Kennesaw State University

Teaching Resources

Books on Teaching and Learning

The following books are great resources to help you think about how students learn, how you teach, and how you can bring these two pieces together.  

Area of Focus: Part-Time Faculty Tag: Part-Time Faculty

Teaching and Learning Resources (websites)

These websites may help inspire your teaching and answer some of your basic teaching questions.  

Eberly Center: Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University

Area of Focus: Part-Time Faculty Tag: Part-Time Faculty

Helping Students in Distress

The Behavioral Response Team at KSU has posted a flowchart for what to do in both emergency and non-emergency situations involving students in distress: http://www.kennesaw.edu/brt/docs/Faculty%20and%20Staff%20BRT%20Guide.pdf 

Area of Focus: New Faculty Tag: New Faculty

Advice for New Faculty Members

Advice for New Faculty Members: Nihil Nimus by Robert Boice is a research-based account of the characteristics of new faculty who thrive in their new positions and those who struggle. 

Area of Focus: New Faculty Tag: New Faculty

What the Best College Teachers Do

What the Best College Teachers Do by Ken Bain describes the results of a fifteen-year study of nearly 100 college teachers, including how the "best" teachers were selected and what characterized the "best" teachers. This is a quick, interesting read.

Area of Focus: Teaching Enhancement Services Tag: Teaching Effectiveness

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