The resources below are offered to provide faculty self-service support to continually improve their practice. If you would like to suggest a resources please contact Dr. Hella Jacob.
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Daemen College expects that all graduates will attain a set of competencies, such as Critical Thinking, Information Literacy and effective Written Communication. These skills are developed in the context of the classroom, where faculty design intentional learning activities that promote skill development, then assess achievement through course tasks, projects, and papers that are regularly assigned in the courses they teach. This collection of assignments developed of adapted by Daemen faculty was initiated and continually curated by Dr. Intisar Hibschweiler and Dr. Erica Frisicaro-Pawlowski.
From Magna Publishing, these 20-minute videos address evergreen topics in teaching and learning.
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- Carnegie Mellon (Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence)
- This site provides a set of principles of learning and teaching based on current research, concrete steps for course design, and strategies for dealing with common teaching problems (student prerequisite skills, poor attendance, participation, etc.)student
- University of Michigan (Center for Research on Teaching and Learning)
- This site focuses heavily on research on learning and instruction, and also features a section on multicultural teaching.
- University of Georgia (UGA Center for Teaching and Learning)
- University of California, Berkeley (Office of Educational Development)
- This site provides organized teaching materials, downloadable publications, and a video library of faculty teaching across the disciplines.
- Carleton College (Perlman Center for Learning and Teaching)
- This site features a “teaching activity” collection with examples of assignments and learning experiences from courses in various majors.
- Harvard University (Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning)
- The “resources and advice” section includes links to teaching and learning articles, video examples of active lecture techniques, and a section on research based teaching.
- Cornell University (Center for Learning and Teaching)
- See “publications and presentations” for teaching and learning workshop materials from faculty representing a wide variety of disciplines and teaching topics.
- University of Iowa (Center for Teaching)
- See the “teaching materials” section under Resources.
- DePaul University (Teaching Commons)
- See the section on rubrics.
- Learner Centered Teaching
- The largest resource for learner centered teaching on the web. Terry Doyle, the site's creator, was the keynote speaker at the Daemen College 2013 Learning & Teaching Symposium.
- The IDEA Center
- Visit the collection of short (2-3 page) papers on learning and teaching, and longer (10-20) research papers on best practices in instruction, assessment, and more. You can also paper copies of some Idea Papers in the Experimental Classroom.
- The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
- Carnegie projects include the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, efforts to enhance developmental math, assessing teaching in K-12 and higher education, and much more.
- Faculty Focus
- A collection of timely and practical resources for faculty. Some require subscription or purchase. Other resources are freely available.