In Spring 2010, Fall 2010, and Spring 2011, the CTL emailed out weekly teaching tips on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning in higher education. Below is an archive of these teaching tips.
- First-Day Questions for the Learner-Centered Classroom
- First Day of Class: What Can/Should We Do?
- Tips for Teaching on the First Day of Class
- Strategies to Promote a Deep Approach to Reading
- Teaching with Reading Journals
- Reflection Exercise on a Course’s “Big Question”
- How to Handle Unprepared Students
- What is Universal Design?
- Tip for Teachers: Twenty Ways to Make Lectures More Participatory
- Encouraging Students to Stay Up-to-Date in their Work
- [When usual classroom behaviors spill over to become] Difficult behaviors in the Classroom
- Motivating Students: 8 Simple Rules
- How to Keep Your Students Thinking
- Understanding Prejudice: Teaching Tips for College Instructors
- Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: WPA Statement on Best Practices
- Going the Extra Mile
- Preventing and Detecting Plagiarism
- Writing Your First Letter of Recommendation
- Constructing Effective Exams
- End of Semester Grading
- Better Endings: What to Do in the Last Day of Class