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Flipping Your Class: Designing Lesson Pages in Sakai

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “Flipping Your Class: Designing Lesson Pages in Sakai,” February 9 & 10, 2016. Presented by Dr. Kristi Verbeke, Teaching and Learning Center and Sarah McCorkle, Instructional Technology Specialist. In this workshop we learned how…

Making Active Learning Work: Self-Paced Tutorial

This online, self-paced tutorial on active learning was developed by the University of Minnesota’s Center for Teaching and Learning. The purpose of this workshop is to offer guidance to instructors as they plan to implement active learning in their courses….

Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota

Writing Guides for Students

This series of writing guides were developed for students by the Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing at the University of Michigan as part of the Revision Project. Using videos and accompanying text, the guides address some of the most frequently asked…

Gayle Morris Sweetland Writing Center, University of Michigan

Classroom Assessment Techniques: Concept Maps

This online video module, created by the Center for Instructional Innovation & Assessment at Western Washington University, walks through the use of concept maps as a way to improve teaching and learning in the classroom. If you’re interested in using…

Center for Instructional Innovation & Assessment, Western Washington University

Writing a Teaching Philosophy – Self-Paced Tutorial

A teaching philosophy is a self-reflective statement of your beliefs about teaching and learning. In addition to general comments, your teaching philosophy should discuss how you put your beliefs into practice by including concrete examples of what you do or…

Center for Educational Innovation, University of Minnesota

Designing Courses for Significant Learning Self-Directed Guide

The following is a link to a downloadable, self-directed guide (pdf format) which provides a systematic process for designing courses. The guide was created by L. Dee Fink, author of, Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses….

Syllabus Design Tutorial

This self-paced tutorial from the University of Minnesota’s, Center for Teaching and Learning, covers the basics of syllabus design. It is divided into nine sections, which can be viewed in any order preferred. View Syllabus Design Tutorial

Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota

Course Design Self-Paced Tutorial

This tutorial was created by On the Cutting Edge, an NAGT Professional Development Program for Geoscience Faculty (though it can certainly be adopted for any discipline). The tutorial is broken into three parts: 1. Setting goals 2. Designing the course…