Nuts and Bolts of Teaching

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWhat is a lesson plan? How do I create a course from scratch? What components of a syllabus are necessary? How do I write test questions? How do I teach online? These are questions that many instructors ask themselves at some point in their teaching career – here is the list of resources that will hopefully answer some of your questions.

Universities and Colleges all have faculty resource webpages that give instruction to their teachers. Universities and colleges with schools of education tend to have the most up to date information on education; schools with longstanding and innovative online and hybrid learning programs tend to have the most up to date information on those learning models.

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Adult Education Theories

OTHER MEDIA

  • Video – Inspiring Universal Design Video introduces the concept of providing equal access to learning by designing course instruction, materials and content to benefit all learning styles opening doors to success for all students.

WEBSITES

Assessment (tests, quizzes, etc.)

BOOKS/ARTICLES

WEBSITES

Course Design

BOOKS/ARTICLES

WEBSITES

Copyright/ Fair Use

Distance Hybrid/ Online Course Development

BOOKS/ARTICLES

OTHER MEDIA

WEBSITES

Multimedia Teaching Aids

Teaching Methods

BOOKS/ARTICLES

OTHER MEDIA

WEBSITES

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