Teaching Resource Collections


The Teaching Professor Blog 
This blog features weekly posts by Maryellen Weimer, one of the sages of the teaching and learning literature. She writes on a variety of topics, including practical suggestions for leading classroom discussions, writing exams, as well as more reflective approaches to professorial life. 

Indiana University, Bloomington Teaching Resources
A rich compendium of teaching and learning topics curated by the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning at IU, Bloomington, this site includes excellent pages on active learning approaches, student engagement, and course design. Each topical page includes brief summaries, examples, and citations. 

Vanderbilt University Teaching Topics 
A collection of teaching best practice guides produced by the Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt that are quite comprehensive, including links to articles, videos and additional resources. Educational technologies such as as clickers, podcasting, and wikis are highlighted along with approaches to teaching problem solving, large classes, and mindfulness, among many others. 

University of California, Berkeley Teaching Resources
A collection of resources created by the Center for Teaching and Learning at Berkeley organized into categories: Learn, Design, Engage, and Improve. Content of note includes articulating learning goals, teaching a mixed level class, and using rubrics.

Honolulu Community College Teaching Tips Index
This faculty development guidebook contains dozens (hundreds?) of links on topics such as active learning, critical thinking, course design, academic integrity, among others. This site has been around for a very long time and is still one of the most comprehensive places to lose oneself in cool teaching ideas. 

Teaching Journals Directory
Hosted by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Kennesaw State University, this site features a searchable listing of journals in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Links to disciplinary and more general journals are included.

The Teaching Professor Newsletter and National Teaching and Learning Forum
The Pew Faculty Teaching & Learning Center maintains a paper subscription to these semi-monthly newsletters, containing helpful summarizes of the latest literature on teaching and learning as well as reflections on teaching practices. Stop by our office in 068 James H. Zumberge Hall to browse our library of books, newsletters, and other publications.

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