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Active Learning Classrooms

This page serves as a resource for those interested in learning more about the pedagogical and design recommendations to consider when creating and using Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs).

TLC Workshop: New Spaces, New Opportunities

View the presentation and resources from the TLC Workshop, “New Spaces, New Opportunities,” March 23, 2016. Presented in the newly redesigned classroom, Tribble C3, by Laura Giovanelli, English and Dr. Dana Gierdowski, English (North Carolina State University). Whiteboards on wheels, movable…

Laura Giovanelli and Dana Gierdowski

Resources for Problem-Based Learning (PBL)

This collection of resources comes from the Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education at the University of Delaware. It includes: Sample syllabi from various disciplines Sample problems that can be used in a number of disciplines Videos around issues related to…

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education, University of Delaware

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

Syllabus Design

This resource contains materials from a workshop on Syllabus Design offered by USC’s Center for Excellence in Teaching. The event description is as follows: A well-designed syllabus featuring strong and achievable learning objectives is the key to a successful course….

Center for Excellence in Teaching, University of Southern California

How to Gamify Your Course and Make Your Teaching...

Presentation for the TLC by T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Games offer many effective tools for motivating players to learn and practice and develop skills. Learning? Practice? Skill development? That’s what teaching is all about! During this workshop, Dr. Gellar-Goad…

Dr. T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, Department of Classical Languages

Working with First Generation Students: Videos

The following video series was produced by Heritage University and demonstrates specific strategies for working with First Generation college students. Topics include, Time and Place to Study, Building Student Confidence, and many more. Click here to view the videos

Intercultural Learning Teaching Tips

These videos created by the Center for Instructional Excellence at Purdue University explain the six building blocks or the basis for the Intercultural Knowledge and Competency AAC&U VALUE Rubric: Importance of intercultural learning Tools to assess intercultural learning Intercultural curiosity Knowledge…