Teaching Tips Index- Honolulu Community College
With many topics ranging from critical thinking to using questions effectively, use
this index to help you enhance your teaching methods.
Teaching Tips Index- University of Virginia
Provided by the Teaching Resource Center at UVA, this list of teaching tips gives
information on improving teaching.
Tips for Teaching with Technology
Discipline-specific tips on how to best teach using technology whether in the classroom
Reflections on Learning
A collection of articles and much more.
POGIL is a classroom and laboratory technique that seeks to simultaneously teach
content and key process skills such as the ability to think analytically and work effectively
as part of a collaborative team.
How to Help and Respond to Students with Mental Illness
This resource on the University of Minnesota website provides interactive scenarios helping
faculty better understand how to effectively help students with mental illnesses.
Rethinking the Way College Students are Taught
If-At Keys are a different method of test-taking available now to UVU professors. They are a
special kind of scantron which uses a scratch-off method and enables students to take the
test as a team. Click the link above to view a video explaining more.
Teaching Goals Inventory
A Berkely Compendium of Suggestions for Teaching with Excellence
Presented as a series of suggestions for improving teaching, this compendium describes more
than 200 teaching techniques that faculty members have found to be effective in their courses at
the University of California, Berkeley. Taken together, these suggestions cover the major aspects
of college and university teaching from planning and preparing courses to presenting material and
motivating students to giving and getting feedback on learning.
UO Teachers share their ideas, course materials, and strategies for success.
Bloom's Taxonomy and More
There is more than one type of learning. A committee of colleges, led by Benjamin Bloom (1956),
identified three domains of educational activities, which can be explored in detail by clicking the
Cooperative Learning Link
There are many ways to engage students in the classroom. Cooperative engages students
with each other to facilitate learning.
Highlights the benefits of a growth mindset.
Customize KWL, "What you know, What I want to learn, What I have learned", for your class.
Information for teaching science in post-secondary education.
Little Ideas For Teaching (LIFTs)
Don't have time to completely change your course? Try some these simple ideas to help your teaching!
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