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Teaching, Learning & Professional Development in Video
The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Academic Computing Center at the American University of Beirut held their first international conference on "Effective Teaching and Learning in Higher Education". Watch the keynote session,"Aligning Technology, Assessment and Learning Outcomes in 21st Century Higher Education" by Jon Alltree.
Search YouTube for additional videos on teaching and learning in higher education.
Created by the author of "Assessing Critical Skills," the Authentic Assessment Toolbox is a how-to text on creating authentic tasks, rubrics, and standards for measuring and improving student learning.
The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) offers a wide range of free services to Columbia University faculty with the following goals: to provide access to teaching tools and resources that instructors need; to help instructors develop fluency with information technology and educational strategies; and to serve as a catalyst for innovation with technology supported teaching and learning techniques inside and outside of the classroom.
Stanford's CTL promotes excellence in teaching at all ranks and excellence in student learning inside and outside the classroom. Click the link on the right side of the page for access to the Award-Winning Teachers on Teaching Lecture Series, which provides links to the videos of each lecture.
This page from Temple's Center for the Advancement of Teaching includes links to resources for improving teaching, assessing effectiveness, active learning strategies, critical thinking skills, diversity/inclusive teaching and much more.
Essays on Teaching Excellence is a series of eight short and succinct scholarly essays published by the POD Network on an annual basis, free of charge. The essays present innovative viewpoints on college and university instruction. Written in concise and non-technical language, and supported by research, the essays seek to assist instructors in reflecting upon and refining their practice of teaching to achieve the results they seek - students learning to the best of their abilities.
Authored by Barbara Gross Davis of the University of California, Berkeley, this site includes a compendium of classroom-tested strategies and suggestions designed to improve the teaching practices of all college instructors, including beginning, mid-career, and senior faculty members.
From the University's Teaching and Learning Center, a thorough list of faculty resources, including diversity in the classroom, curriculum resources, handbooks, technology information and much more.
Teaching, Learning & Professional Development Podcasts on the Web
Following is a list of podcasts created by universities and teacher centers made available through their websites. Not all podcasts are still producing new content; however, most have an expansive back catalog of episodes.
The Teachers' Podcast provides additional support to teachers. Whether it's ideas to be used in the classroom, listening to the perspective of someone else in school or just being able to relate to the challenges other educators face, each episode delves into a key topic within education with a guest. Developed in association with Classroom Secrets and hosted by Classroom Secrets’ MD, Claire Riley, the podcast is also available on YouTube.