This section provides a wide range of topics on the theory, research and practice of sound, college level pedagogy. If you do not find what you want here, or want to search for additional information, seek out CIE and its multitude of resources. If we don't have it, we'll connect you to whomever does.
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References: This feature provides a select number of sound, i.e., the most published, and in some cases the most current authorities and resources on the topic.
Links: This feature provides links to a select number of other websites both on- and off-campus for additional information, connecting resources, and assistance on the topic.
Words of Wisdom: This feature provides guidelines for getting started and suggestions for implementing strategies. It also contains contributions by campus faculty who have had success in this area.
- Academic Integrity
- Active Learning
- Assessment and Evaluation
- Assigning Grades
- Cooperative and Collaborative Learning
- Discussion Leading
- Electronic Portfolios
- Getting Students to Take Responsibility for Their Learning
- Individual Differences
- Interdisciplinary Teaching
- Large Class Teaching
- Learning Communities
- Learning Styles
- Motivating Your Students
- Planning for Teaching
- Problem-Based Learning
- Professionalism and Expectations
- Right to Privacy
- Sexual Harassment
- Student Misconduct
- Supervising Teaching Assistants (TAs)
- Teaching Students with Disabilities
- Teams, Learning
- Technology for Teaching
- Test Construction and Grading
- Using PowerPoint
- Writing Across the Curriculum