Direct-Link Teaching Tip Resources (sidebar)
Getting Ready: Who are our students? What do I teach? How far ahead should I begin planning my course?
- Course Syllabi: What is required/optional? What are the relevant policies? What are the accessibility requirements? What do professors need to do in cases of Academic Dishonesty? What are the procedures for grievances (academic and nonacademic)?
- Plagiarism & Academic Ethics:
- Learning Outcomes:
- Strategies for Large Lecture Classes:
- Theories of Learning: forthcoming
- Universal Design
Additional Teaching Tip Resources
- Tuesday's Teaching Tip (Teaching Academy)
- High Impact Practices
- Flipping the Classroom:
- Interactive Videos: How can I make videos more engaging and increase learning?
- Clickers, quizzes and polls, oh my! What are strategies for formative assessment in class?
- Curriculum Development Guide: Designed for Q2S Conversion and Transformation, this guide also has lots of information that can help you in designing your curriculum for 2017-2019, as well.
- The CSU has a Professional Learning Community dedicated to Course Redesign (with Technology). The PLC includes faculty from all 23 campuses and offers biweekly Zoom meetings with interesting speakers. The meetings are also recorded and available on the PLC website. Besides speakers from within the CSU, there are also many nationally known presenters.
Of particular interest to CSUSB faculty, we suggest the recordings/slides/handouts of these sessions:
- Measuring the Promise of a Learner-Center Syllabus: Creating Courses Students Will Love to Take and You Will Love to Teach (Whitney Scott and Ashley Sampson) (October 2016 and October 2017)
- Academic Mindsets for Learner Success (Emily Magruder)
- Student Learning Outcomes (October 2015)
[Last updated January 2019]