Teaching resources are an essential source of inspiration and information as you seek to become a more effective and connected instructor, but who has time to sift through it all and find resources that really work?
These valuable resources have been vetted by the Faculty Network to help you propel your teaching and your students' learning to the next level. We bring together a wide range of material - from case studies and testimonials to classroom tools and checklists. All peer reviewed by Faculty Network Mentors.
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Academic dishonesty has always been a concern for educators and with today’s technology and various... — Read more
Join Rita-Marie Conrad in this Guest Lecture as she presents simple and timely advice for teaching in... — Read more
As language instructors, we work hard to design effective programs that enable our students to reach... — Read more
Has a student ever said, "I understand you in class, but when I get home I am lost"? There is a gap that... — Read more
Research has confirmed that team-based learning enhances student performance, yet many students entering... — Read more
Why relegate the presentation of culture to a single “Culture Day?” During this Guest Lecture, Norma-López-Burton... — Read more
Join Chef Wayne Gisslen as he shares his experience in adapting food presentation techniques to different... — Read more
Do you want to incorporate more diet analysis assignments in your nutrition classes but just don’t... — Read more
Why is falling down a mine shift a greater threat to a horse than a mouse? Why do elephants have thicker... — Read more
Are you looking for new ways to teach more effectively and help students learn accounting? Join Paul... — Read more