Professional Development Resources

The Office of Faculty Development has a collection of books, articles, CDs and DVDs on faculty professional development in 222 Bunnell (and some in the Rasmuson library).

There are also many resources available for faculty at the following website:

http://www.developfaculty.com/online/index.html

Teaching: available in the Rasmuson library

Bess, James L. Teaching well and liking it: motivating faculty to teach effectively. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. LB2331 T4246

Cross, K. Patricia and Mimi Harris Steadman. Classroom research: implementing the scholarship of teaching. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 1996. LB2331 C766

Finkelstein, Martin J. and Mark W. LaCelle-Peterson (eds.) Developing senior faculty as teachers. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass. 1993. LB1025.2 N456 No. 55

Fox, Marye Anne and Norman Hackerman (eds.). Evaluating and improving undergraduate teaching in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Social Sciences and Education National Research Council. 2003. Q181.E93.

Goodlad, John I. Educational renewal: better teachers, better schools. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1994. LB1715 G52

Grunert Judith. The Course Syllabus: a learning centered approach. Bolton, MA: Anker Pub. 1997 LB1028.35 G7

Harris, Alan, Martin Lawn and William Prescott. Curriculum Innovation: a reading. New York: Wiley. 1985. LB1027 C94

Katz, Joseph. Turning professors into teachers: a new approach to faculty development and student learning. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1993. LB2331 K32 K325

Keating, Anne B. The Wired Professor: a guide to incorporating the World Wide Web in college instruction. NY: New York University Press, 1999. LB2331 K35. (3 copies)

Lacey, Paul A. Revitalizing Teaching Through Faculty Development. LB2331.62 R48 1983. Publisher not listed. Available in Sitka via interlibrary loan.

Leamnson, Robert. Thinking About Teaching and Learning: developing habits of learning with First Year College and University Students. Stylus. 1999. Two copies - one in Rasmuson and one in 222 Bunnell.

Pescosolido, Bernice A. and Ronald Aminzade (eds.) The Social Worlds of Higher Education: a handbook for teaching in the new century. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press, 1999. LB2331 S573 (CD available at Reserve)

Reinarz, Alice G, Eric R. White (eds.) Teaching through academic advising: a faculty perspective. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995. LB1025.2 N456 No. 62

Rhoads, Robert A. and Jeffrey P.F. Howard (eds). Academic Service Learning: a pedagogy of action and reflection. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 1998. LB1025.2 N456 No. 73

Richardson, Steven M. (ed.) Promoting Civility: a teaching challenge. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass. 1999. LB1025.2 N456 No. 77

Silverman, Sharon L. and Martha E. Casazza. Learning and development: making connections to enhance teaching. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 2000. LB2331.2 S55

Sorcinelli, Mary Deane, Peter Elbow (eds.). Writing to Learn: strategies for assigning and responding to writing across the disciplines. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1977. LB1025.2 N456 No. 69

Stevens, Danielle and Antonia Levi. Introduction to Rubrics: An Assessment Tool to Save you Time, Convey Effective Feedback and Promote Student Learning. Stylus Pubs. 2005 LB3063.S74

Angelo, Thomas and Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers. 2e. Jossey-Bass. 1993. LB 2822.75 A54. Also two extra copies in OFD.

Bain, Ken. What the Best College Teachers Do. Harvard University Press, 2004. 2 copies.

Bess, James L. Teaching well and liking it: motivating faculty to teach effectively. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997. LB2331 T4246

Boice, Robert. Advice for New Faculty Members: Nihil Nimus. Allyn & Bacon, 2000. LB1778.2 B63

Boice, R. Professors as Writers: a self-help guide to productive writing. New Forums Press, 1990.

Boyer, Ernest L. Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. 1990. LA227.3

Boyer, Ernest L. (foreward) Campus Life: in search of community. Princeton, NJ:Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching. 1990. LA229 C27

Cross, K. Patricia and Mimi Harris Steadman. Classroom research: implementing the scholarship of teaching. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 1996. LB2331 C766

Diamond, Robert M. Preparing for Promotion and Tenure Review: a faculty guide. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing. 1995. LB2335.7 D53

Driscoll, Amy and Ernest A. Lynton. Making Outreach Visible: a guide to documenting professional service and outreach. Washington, DC: American Association of Higher Education, 1999. LB2333 D75

Finkelstein, Martin J. and Mark W. LaCelle-Peterson (eds.) Developing senior faculty as teachers. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass. 1993. LB1025.2 N456 No. 55

Fox, Marye Anne and Norman Hackerman (eds.). Evaluating and improving undergraduate teaching in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Social Sciences and Education National Research Council. 2003. Q181.E93.

Fredericks, Anthony D. The Complete Idiots Guide to Teaching College. Alpha Books, 2007.

Fullerton, Hazel (ed.). Facets of Mentoring in Higher Education. Birmingham Edgeblston, 1996. LB1731.4 F33

Gaff, Jerry G. Toward faculty renewal: advances in faculty, instructional, and organizational development. No publisher listed. LB2331 G34

Gillespie, Kay Herr (ed.) The Impact of technology on faculty development, life, and work. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 1998. LB1025.2 N456 No. 76

Gmelch, Walter H. and Val Miskin. Chairing an Academic Department. 2e. Madison: Atwood Publishing. 2004.

Goodlad, John I. Educational renewal: better teachers, better schools. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1994. LB1715 G52

Gray, Peter and Trudy Banta (eds.) The Campus-level Impact of Assessment: progress, problems and possibilities. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1997. LB2366.2 C36

Grunert Judith. The Course Syllabus: a learning centered approach. Bolton, MA: Anker Pub. 1997 LB1028.35 G7

Harris, Alan, Martin Lawn and William Prescott. Curriculum Innovation: a reading. New York: Wiley. 1985. LB1027 C94

Huang, A. and J. Lynch. Mentoring: the Tao of Giving and Receiving Wisdom. HM132 H818 1995.

Johnson, Glenn Ross. First Steps to Excellence in College Teaching. Magna Publications, 1995.

Katsiaficas, George and Teodros Kiros (eds.) The promise of multiculturalism: education and autonomy in the 21st century: a new political science reader. NY; Routledge, 1998. LC1099 P76

Katz, Joseph. Turning professors into teachers: a new approach to faculty development and student learning. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1993. LB2331 K32 K325

Keating, Anne B. The Wired Professor: a guide to incorporating the World Wide Web in college instruction. NY: New York University Press, 1999. LB2331 K35. (3 copies)

Kennedy, Donald. Academic Duty. Harvard University Press, 2003.

Lacey, Paul A. Revitalizing Teaching Through Faculty Development. LB2331.62 R48 1983. Publisher not listed. Available in Sitka via interlibrary loan.

Leaming, Deryl R. Academic Leadership: A Practical Guide to Chairing the Department. Anchor Publishing. 1998. 2 copies.

McManus, Dean. Leaving the Lecturn. Cooperative Learning and the Critical First Days of Students Working in Groups. Anker. 2005.

McTighe Musil, Caryn. Gender, Science and the Academic Curriculum: building two-way streets. Washington DC. AAC&U. 2001. 2 copies.

Menges, Robert J. and B. Claude Mathis. Key resources on teaching, learning, curriculum, and faculty development: a guide to the higher education literature. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1988. Available at UAA via interlibrary loan. LB2322 Z99 M45

Murray, Margo. Beyond the myths and magic of mentoring: how to facilitate an effective mentoring program. HF5375 M8575 1991.

Paludi, Michele A. Exploring/teaching the psychology of women: a manual of resources. Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1996. HQ 1206 P27

Pescosolido, Bernice A. and Ronald Aminzade (eds.) The Social Worlds of Higher Education: a handbook for teaching in the new century. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press, 1999. LB2331 S573 (CD available at Reserve)

Reinarz, Alice G, Eric R. White (eds.) Teaching through academic advising: a faculty perspective. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995. LB1025.2 N456 No. 62

Rhoads, Robert A. and Jeffrey P.F. Howard (eds). Academic Service Learning: a pedagogy of action and reflection. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 1998. LB1025.2 N456 No. 73

Richardson, Steven M. (ed.) Promoting Civility: a teaching challenge. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass. 1999. LB1025.2 N456 No. 77

Schuster, Jack H. Enhancing faculty careers: strategies for development and renewal. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1990. LB2331.72 S7

Shapiro, Edward S. Academic skill problems: a direct assessment and intervention. New York: Guilford Press, 1989. LB1029 R4 S5

Shoemaker, Cynthia. Leadership in continuing and distance education in higher education. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1998. LC5251 S52

Silverman, Sharon L. and Martha E. Casazza. Learning and development: making connections to enhance teaching. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 2000. LB2331.2 S55

Sorcinelli, Mary Deane, Peter Elbow (eds.). Writing to Learn: strategies for assigning and responding to writing across the disciplines. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1977. LB1025.2 N456 No. 69

Wickman & Sjodin. Mentoring: the most obvious yet overlooked key to achieving more in life than dreamed possible. A success guide for mentors and proteges. BF637 S8 W47 1997.

Wunsch, Marie A. (ed). Mentoring revisited: making an impact on individuals and institutions. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1994. LB1025.2 N456 No. 57

Zlotkowski, Edward (ed.) Successful Service-Learning Programs: new models of excellence in higher education. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing. 1999. LC220.5 S83

General faculty resources available in Rasmuson library

Boice, Robert. Advice for New Faculty Members: Nihil Nimus. Allyn & Bacon, 2000. LB1778.2 B63

Boyer, Ernest L. Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate. The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. 1990. LA227.3

Boyer, Ernest L. (foreward) Campus Life: in search of community. Princeton, NJ:Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching. 1990. LA229 C27

Diamond, Robert M. Preparing for Promotion and Tenure Review: a faculty guide. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing. 1995. LB2335.7 D53

Driscoll, Amy and Ernest A. Lynton. Making Outreach Visible: a guide to documenting professional service and outreach. Washington, DC: American Association of Higher Education, 1999. LB2333 D75

Fullerton, Hazel (ed.). Facets of Mentoring in Higher Education. Birmingham Edgeblston, 1996. LB1731.4 F33

Gaff, Jerry G. Toward faculty renewal: advances in faculty, instructional, and organizational development. No publisher listed. LB2331 G34

Gillespie, Kay Herr (ed.) The Impact of technology on faculty development, life, and work. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass, 1998. LB1025.2 N456 No. 76

Gray, Peter and Trudy Banta (eds.) The Campus-level Impact of Assessment: progress,problems and possibilities. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1997. LB2366.2 C36

Huang, A. and J. Lynch. Mentoring: the Tao of Giving and Receiving Wisdom. HM132 H818 1995.

Katsiaficas, George and Teodros Kiros (eds.) The promise of multiculturalism: education and autonomy in the 21st century: a new political science reader. NY; Routledge, 1998. LC1099 P76

McMillin, Linda and William Berberet (Eds.). New Academic Compact. Revisioning theRelationship between Faculty and Their Institutions. Anker Publishing, 2002.

McTighe Musil, Carol (Ed.) Building Two-Way Streets: Gender, Science, and the Undergraduate Curriculum. AAC&U, 2001.

Menges, Robert J. and B. Claude Mathis. Key resources on teaching, learning, curriculum, and faculty development: a guide to the higher education literature. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1988. Available at UAA via interlibrary loan. LB2322 Z99 M45

Murray, Margo. Beyond the myths and magic of mentoring: how to facilitate an effectivementoring program. HF5375 M8575 1991.

Paludi, Michele A. Exploring/teaching the psychology of women: a manual of resources. Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1996. HQ 1206 P27

Schuster, Jack H. Enhancing faculty careers: strategies for development and renewal. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1990. LB2331.72 S7

Shapiro, Edward S. Academic skill problems: a direct assessment and intervention. New York: Guilford Press, 1989. LB1029 R4 S5Shoemaker, Cynthia. Leadership in continuing and distance education in higher education. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1998. LC5251 S52

Wickman & Sjodin. Mentoring: the most obvious yet overlooked key to achieving more in life than dreamed possible. A success guide for mentors and proteges. BF637 S8 W47 1997.

Wunsch, Marie A. (ed). Mentoring revisited: making an impact on individuals and institutions. San Fransisco: Jossey-Bass 1994. LB1025.2 N456 No. 57Zachary, Lois. J. The Mentor's Guide: Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships. Jossey-Bass. 2000.

Zlotkowski, Edward (ed.) Successful Service-Learning Programs: new models of excellence in higher education. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing. 1999.

LC220.5 S83

Book resources available for checkout in 222 Bunnell

Ambrose, Susan et al. How Learning Works: 7 Research-based Principles for Smart Teaching. Jossey, 2010.

Angelo, Thomas and Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers. 2e. Jossey-Boss. 1993. Two copies.

Arreola, Raoul. Developing a Comprehensive Faculty Evaluation System (2 e) AnkerPress, 2000.

Bain, Ken. What the Best College Teachers Do. Harvard, 2004.

Barkley, Elizabeth. Student Engagement Techniques: a handbook for college faculty. Jossey-Bass, 2010.

Berk, Ronald. Humor as an Instructional Defibrillator. Evidence-based Techniques in Teaching & Assessment. Stylus, 2002.

Berk, Ronald. Professors are from Mars, Students are from Snickers. How to Write and Deliver Humor in the Classroom and in Professional Presentations. Stylus, 2003.

Biggs, John and C. Tang. Teaching for Quality Learning at University. UK: Open University Press 2007

Boice, Robert. Advice for New Faculty Members: Nihil Nimus. Allyn & Bacon, 2000. (ten copies)

Boice, Robert. Professors as Writers: A Self-Help Guide to Productive Writing. NewForums Press, 1990.

Bok, Derek. Our Underachieving Colleges: a candid look at how much students learn and why they should be learning more. Princeton U Press, 2006. 2 copies

Brown, David (ed.) Developing Faculty to Use Technology: programs and strategies to enhance teaching. Wiley, 2003.

Butcher, C. et al. Designing Learning: From Module Outline to Effective Teaching. Routledge, 2006.(2x)

Cambridge, Barbara (Ed.) Electronic Portfolios: Emerging practices in Student, Faculty, and Institutional Learning. AAHE 2001.

Diamond, Robert. Designing and Assessing Courses and Curricula: a practical guide. 3e. Jossey-Bass, 2008.

Exley & Dennnick. Small Group teaching: tutorials, seminars and beyond. Routledge, 2004. (two copies)

Fink, Dee. Creating Significant Learning Experiences: an integrated approach to designing college courses. Jossey-Bass, 2003.

Fredericks, Anthony D. The Complete Idiots Guide to Teaching College. Alpha Books, 2007.

Gibbs, G & Habershaw. Preparing to Teach: an introduction to effective teaching in higher education. Cromwell Press, 1998.

Gillespie, Kay and D. Robertson. A Guide to Faculty Development. 2e. Jossey-Bass. 2010.

Gray, Peter et al. The Campus-Level Impact of Assessment: Progress, Problems, and Possibilities. No. 100 Winter 1997. Jossey-Bass series.

Gross Davis, Barbara. Tools for Teaching. Jossey-Bass, 1993.

Grunert O'Brien, J. et al. The Course Syllabus: a learning-centered approach, 2e. Jossey-Bass, 2008.

Hamilton, S. Collaborative Learning. Indiana U. Press, 1997.

Howe, Neil and W. Strauss. Millennials Go to College. Strategies for a new generation on campus: recruiting and admissions, campus life, and the classroom. 2e. Life Course, 2007.

Irons, A. Enhancing Learning Through Formative Assessment and Feedback. Routledge, 2008.

Kahn & Walsh. Developing Your Teaching: ideas, insight and action. Routledge, 2006.

Kennedy, Donald. Academic Duty. Harvard U. Press. 1997. (2 copies)

Leamnson, Robert. Thinking About teaching and Learning: Developing Habits of Learning with First Year College and University Students. Stylus 1999.

Lever-Duffy, Judy et al. Teaching and Learning with Technology. Allyn & Bacon. 2003.

Magnan, Robert (Ed.). 147 Practical Tips for Teaching Professors. Atwood Publishing, 1990.

McManus, Dean. Leaving the Lectern: Cooperative Learning and the Critical First Days of Students Working in Groups. Anker, 2005.

McTighe Musil, Caryn (Ed.) Science, Gender and the Undergraduate Curriculum: building two-way streets. Association of American Colleges and Universities, 2001.

Palmer, Parker J. The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of a Teacher's Life. Jossey-Bass, 1998. And accompanying Guide for Reflection and Renewal.

Pickford & Brown. Assessing Skills and Practice. Routledge, 2006.

Race, Phil. Making Learning Happen: a guide for post-compulsory education, 2e. Sage. 2010.

Ramsden, Paul. Learning to Teach in Higher Education, 2e. Routledge, 2003.

Rhoads, Robert et al. Academic Service Learning: A Pedagogy of Action and Reflection. No. 73, Spring 198. Jossey-Bass series.

Richardson, Steven. Promoting Civility: A Teaching Challenge. No. 77, Spring 1999. Jossey-Bass series.

Richardson, Will. Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and other powerful web tools for classrooms. Sage, 2006.

Richlin, Laurie. Blueprint For Learning: constructing college courses to facilitate, assess, and document learning. Stylus, 2006.

Ross Johnson, Glenn. First Steps to Excellence in College Teaching. Magna Publications. 1995.

Siegert, Denise et al. Feminist Evaluation: Explorations and Experiences. No. 96, Winter 2002. Jossey-Bass series.

Silberman, Mel. Teaching Actively: Eight Steps and 32 Strategies to Spark Learning in Any Classroom. Pearson, 2006.

Stevens, Dannelle and A.J. Levi. Introduction to Rubrics: an assessment tool to save grading time, convey effective feedback and promote student learning. Stylus, 2005 (2 copies)

Theall, Micheal et al. (eds.) The Student Ratings Debate: are they valid? How can we best use them? New Directions for Instutitonal Research. No. 109 Spring 2009. Jossey-Bass.

Webb, Paul and Hugh Glover. Perspectives in Science & Mathematics Education. Bay Books, 2004.

Weimer, Mamyellen (ed.) Teaching Strategies for the College Classroom. A Collection of Faculty Articles. Magna Pubs, 2013. (two copies)

Wiggins, Grant and Jay McTighe. Understanding By Design. 2e. ASCD, 2005.

Wilkerson, Judy and W. Lang. Assessing Teacher Competency: Five Standards-Based Steps to Valid Measurement using the CAATS Model. Corwn Press, 2007.

Zachary, Lois. The Mentor's Guide: Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships. Jossey-Bass, 2000.

Resources for department chairs available in 222 Bunnell

Gmelch, Walter and Val Miskin. Chairing an Academic Department. 2e. Atwood Publishing. 2004.

"Helping Department Chairs Succeed" Magna Publications audio conference. April 2004. Two CDs.

Academic Chairpersons: The Changing Role of Department Chairs. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference. 2002.

Hecht, Irene et al. The Department Chair as Academic Leader. American Council on Education/Oryx Press, 1999.

Higgerson, Mary Lou. Communication Skills for Department Chairs. Anker Press, 1996.

Leaming, Deryl R. Academic Leadership: A Practical Guide to Chairing the Department. Anchor Press. 1998.

DVDs in Rasmuson Library

Harvard Teaching Series.

1. "The Art of Discussion Leading: a class with Chris Christensen." Professor Roland "Chris" Christensen, who has taught for nearly 50 years at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, initiates a group of apprentice teachers into the challenges of discussion leading. Under his guidance, the group analyzes a teaching case. Includes classroom scenes, reflections on teaching by Professor Christensen, and interviews with participants. 30 mins. VH6614. (Also available as DVD 5711 but not for Inter-Library Loan.)

2. "How To Speak: Lecture Tips from Patrick Winston." Professor Winston of MIT offers advice on how to present an effective talk. Originally designed for graduate students preparing to give their first job seminar, his entertaining lecture is also aimed at faculty members and teaching assistants who will teach through lecturing. 45 mins. VH6612. (Also available as DVD 5712 but not for Inter-Library Loan.)

3. "Thinking Together: Collaborative Learning in Science." Three models of collaborative learning -- an introductory physics lecture, a lesson in celestial navigation, and a section in physical chemistry -- filmed in Harvard classrooms. In each class, students discuss problems and devise solutions with the help of their instructors and peers. Includes interviews and classroom scenes. 18 mins. VH6611.(Also available as DVD3851 but not for Inter-Library Loan).

4. "What Students Want: Teaching from a Student's Perspective." Teachers make assumptions about what motivates, excites, and frustrates their students. But how do students themselves view teaching? What do they find exciting and frustrating in the classroom? To help answer these questions Harvard interviewed undergraduates and presents their reflections on what facilitates learning, definitions of good and bad teachers, and the nature of the student-teacher partnership. 24 mins. VH6615. (Also available as DVD5715 but not for Inter-Library Loan (ILL)).

5."The Act of Teaching: Part I Theater Techniques for Classroom Presentations." In this video, Nancy Houfek, head of Voice and Speech in the Theater Department at Harvard directs a workshop intended to help teachers improve their presentation skills. Throughout the workshop, Houfek stresses communicating with the whole self in order to "clarify, illuminate, and inspire" an audience. 42 mins. VH6613.(Also available as DVD3851 but not for ILL)

6. "The Act of Teaching: Part II Thinking Together: Collaborative Learning in Science." This video leads teachers through exercises designed to prepare them for the physical challenges of the classroom. The video stresses the importance of warming up your body and voice so that you can be fully present to your audience as you begin to teach. 18 mins. VH6613. (Available as DVD3851 but not for ILL).

7. "Race in the Classroom: the multiplicity of experience" 19 mins. and "Women in the Classroom: cases for discussion" 27 mins. Available in DVD but not for ILL.

8. "Technically Speaking: making complex matters simple". 38 mins. DVD5712. Not for ILL.

9. "The Art of the Lecture: Justice, a Harvard University course in Moral Reasoning." 28 mins. DVD5711. Not for ILL.

10. "Teaching in America: a guide for international faculty." 38 mins. DVD5715. Not for ILL.

11. "Interactive Teaching" with Physics professor ERic Mazur. This introduces Peer Instruction and Just-in-Time Teaching -- two innovative techniques that use in-class discussion and immediate feeback to improve student learning. DVD6723

DVDs/CDs in office of Faculty Development

(These can be viewed at your leisure in the Faculty Development office, 222 Bunnell, or at home)

"Rubrics: Save Time, Engage Students & Foster Deep Learning" by Dannelle Stevens. CD 60 mins.

"Creating Rubrics: Improve Assessments, Assignments, and Outcomes" CD 60 mins.

"Classroom Management 102: Working with Difficult Students" by Brian Van Brunt. CD 60 mins

"How Can I Enhance Class Using Story, Popular Media & Objects?" by Alice Cassidy. 20-Minute Mentor CD.

"How Can I Promote Deep, Lasting Student Learning?" by Linda Suskie. 20-Minute Mentor CD.

"How Can I Help Students Develop Critical Thinking Skills?" by Debi Moon. 20-Minute Mentor CD.

"How Can I Enhance the Impact of Feedback in Online Classes?" by Jean Mandernach. 20-Minute Mentor CD

"Nine Essential Traits of the Effective Professor" by Ellen Smyth, CD.  60 mins.

"Considering the Courage and Practice of Teaching" - an interview with Parker Palmer. 2012. 105 mins.

"Learn vs Grades. How can I make my exams more about learning, less about grades" by Maryellen Weimer. 20-Minute Mentor CD.

Blended learning 4-pack: all are 20-Minute Mentor CDs

1. "What is blended learning?"

2. "In blended courses, what should students do online?"

3. "Should I use ADDIE as a design map for my blended course?"

4. "What three things could I do to improve my blended course?"

"How can I capture students' interest in the first five minutes?" 20-Minute Mentor CD.

How to do classroom observations. 80-minute workshop by Barbara Millis, 2008

Funding Your Academic Innovations Through Grant Writing. Seminar, CD. 90 mins.

"What the Best Colleges Teachers Do"- a presentation by Professor Ken Bain. 90 mins. 2008. DVD

"Dos, Dont's, and Duhs: Using Classroom PowerPoints Effectively" by Paul Gibler. CD with handout. Magna Publications. Two copies.

"Getting Started with Student Learning Assessment" by Linda Suskie. CD with handouts.

"Time Management"  CD

"Developing A Comprehensive Faculty Evaluation System" by Raoul Arreola. CD with handout. Magna Publications. 90 mins. Two copies.

"Using Humor to Enhance Traditional and Online Instruction" by Mark Shatz. CD with handout. Magna Publications. 90 mins.

"Library Experts: An Underutilized Online Learning Resource" by Michael Scheuermann. Two CDs with handouts. Magna Publications.

What makes effective teaching? (UAF profs Frank Soos, Claudia Clark, Rainer Newberry).  55 mins.

"Teaching for Strategic learning". 90 mins. CD

"Lessons That Last: The teachers that students remember".  75 mins. CD

"Connecting CATS and COLTS: Techniques to Improve Student Learning". 90 mins. CD

"Service-Learning: Why and How?" 90 mins.  CD

"Teaching and Serving Authentically" 60 mins.  CD

"Techniques for Teaching"  CD

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