Teaching Tools: Providing faculty with resources developed by Faculty Fellows at UNCG
The UTLC has a number of tools that have been developed by former Faculty Fellows, including videos, documents and tips for successful teaching.
“Online Teaching Activity Index“ (University of Illinois)
“Guiding Students as They Learn How to Think” (CTL Stanford)
“Large Classes: Keeping the Energy in 220 Relationships at Once“ (CTL Stanford)
“The Art of Discussion Leading: A Class with Chris Christensen” (CTL Harvard)
Thinking Together: Art of Collaborative Learning (CTL Harvard):
Working in groups (text)
Art of questioning (text)
Techniques for responding (text)
Discussion Tips (text)
Lecturing (text, multiple docs)
More Tips for New Faculty
Tips for improving Powerpoint presentations can be found here. (CTL Harvard)
Tips for teaching large classes can be found here. (University of Texas Austin)
Tech infusion in learning, Dr. Diego Bonilla (video) (CTL Sacramento State)
10 things to make the first day successful (text) (CTL Sacramento State)
Icebreaker activities for the first day (text) (CTL Sacramento State)
What can we do on the first day of class (text) (CTL Sacramento State)
“Establishing a New Faculty Mentoring Program: Proposal Development,” an article co-authored by UTLC Mentoring Fellow, Susan Phillips
Faculty Mentoring: A Practical Manual for Mentors, Mentees, Administrators, and Faculty Developers, a book co-authored by UTLC Mentoring Fellow, Susan Phillips, is available for purchase here.
More information on mentoring can be found here on Susan Phillips’s UNCG Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders website.
Flipped Learning Network Videos about Flipped Instruction can be found here.
An infographic of the relationship between Flipped Instruction and Blended Learning can be found here.
An introduction to flipping by Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching can be found here.
“Social Learning Platforms and the Flipped Classroom” by Albin Wallace, Executive Director of Research and Development, The Education Fellowship, UK
Below are some videos about flipped instruction by UNCG UTLC Fellow for Teaching with Technology, Kimberly Kappler Hewitt:
Below is a video by Kimberly Kappler Hewitt about Student Centered Learning: