Accessibility compliance

Accessibility benefits all students. Learn more about the importance of making your course accessible and how to respond when you receive an OARS accommodation letter.

Classroom Management

Learn how to build trust with your students while managing an array of situations that can occur in the classroom such as disruptive behavior or devices competing for students’ attention. Explore how to create a community agreement with your students. 

Ethical, Scholarly Student Work

Students rely on their instructors to help them develop and hone their scholarly practices for written assignments, presentations, and testing. Learn how to talk to students about academic integrity concerns, help students develop a scholarly practice of their own, and manage third-party providers like Course Hero when they are using your course content and assessments. 

Generative Artificial Intelligence

Generative AI is a type of artificial intelligence that produces content like text, images and code based on a series of prompts. Learn how instructors can use this technology, talk about its use with students and develop instructional activities and assessments. 

High-Impact Practices

Learn about the eleven research-based High-Impact Practices in higher education and how you can implement them in your own classrooms.

Hybrid & Hyflex

UNCG offers students a number of course modality options including hybrid and hyflex. Hybrid courses provide a combination of in-class and online course time each week. Hyflex courses give students the option to attend classes in a variety of ways including synchronous and asynchronous formats. Learn more about how to teach hybrid and hyflex courses.

New to Teaching at UNCG

Teaching is a complex and demanding profession that requires a combination of subject expertise, pedagogical skill, interpersonal abilities and a commitment to supporting student learning and growth. This Canvas site gives provides an overview of teaching at UNCG, connects you to additional information and host on-going conversations about teaching. This resource requires you to be logged into Canvas. 

Student Engagement

Keeping students actively engaged with the instructor, the content, and students in the class promotes student success. This teaching guide introduces different frameworks to help you think about different approaches to student engagement. It also introduces different ways to foster engagement connecting students to each other, helping students connect to the course content and introducing ways that students can connect with their instructors.

Teaching with Technology

Using technology either in the classroom or online can deepen student learning and help you meet the student learning outcomes of the course. Before you decide to use a specific technology, it’s important to know if technology is the right fit, how to find the right technology, how to find support when you need help and how to help your students be successful using the technology.

Team-Based Learning

Team-based learning is a pedagogical approach that focuses on the use of student teams completing group assessments and assignments throughout the semester. It’s more than just group work, it’s a collaborative strategy used to increase student motivation and encourage a deeper level of student engagement with the course material.

Trauma-Informed Pedagogy

Stress and trauma can have a significant impact on teaching and learning. Learn about the prevalence of trauma in the classroom, how to see student behavior through a trauma-informed lens, and ways to proactively design your courses to reduce instances of (re)traumatization.

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

UDL is a framework and a mindset for designing learning environments and instructions in a way that benefits all learners while reducing (not eliminating) instances of having to make individual accommodations so students can be successful.

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