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Teaching Resources

Students as Co-Inquirers for SoTL

A Call for Expanding Inclusive Student Engagement in SoTL
Article by Peter Felten and others
from Teaching and Learning Inquiry Volume 1 Issue 2 (2013)
Available via KSU's Library from a KSU account: Permalink

Area of Focus: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Tag: Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Learner-Centered Rubric for Classroom Observations

Would you like to see how learner-centered your teaching is? We have developed a learner-centered rubric for examining the behaviors exhibited by both the teacher and the students during a typical class session. Talk to a CETL staff member to learn more about how to implement learner-centered teaching practices into the classroom.

Area of Focus: Graduate Student Professional Development Tag: Graduate Teaching Assistant Training

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

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