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General Teaching Strategies
- Teaching ideas from Adelphi faculty
Read your peers’ ideas about teaching!
- Syllabus Writing 101
A template originally designed for distance learning courses. Includes many general suggestions to create syllabi which serve as course road maps and learning guides. A resource by the Center for Academic Computing, Pennsylvania State University.
- Teaching Tips
Collection of tip-sheets by the Faculty Development Center of the University of Hawaii Honolulu Community College. From assessment techniques to how people learn, to motivating students and dealing with stress and difficult students.
- Teaching Tips for College Instructors
Provided within the ‘Understanding Prejudice’ Web site, funded by an NSF grant.
- Tools for Teaching: Syllabus Writing
Good overview by the University of California, Berkeley.
- Preparing or Revising a Course
Provided by University of Hawaii Honolulu Community College. Author: Barbara Gross Davis, University of California, Berkeley. From Tools for Teaching, copyright by Jossey-Bass.
- Designing Effective Oral Presentations
A comprehensive skills lab to prepare oral presentations and streamline it with written presentation material. Provided by Rice University’s online writing lab.
Hybrid Courses and Online Education
- Learning Styles
Quick overview of verbal, auditory and kinesthetic/tactile learning styles. Provided by the College Preparatory of Chaminade High School, CA.
- Learning Styles Inventory
Online questionnaire based on Solomon and Felder's learning styles theory.
- Hybrid Course Web site
Provided by the learning Technologies Center of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Very good overview what to expect and how to start teaching a course, partially online or partially in the classroom.
- Facilitating Online Learning: Tip and Suggestions
Provided by TERC (Cambridge, MA) and Lesley University (Cambridge,
MA). Excellent tips and guidelines for facilitating online learning.
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