"An Introduction to Problem Based Learning" - by, Deborah E. Allen, Associate Professor and Undergraduate Programs Director in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Delaware
"Refresh Your Course Workshop"- by, Dr. Donald Carpenter, Director of CTL, Marija Franetovic, Course Developer, VITRC, and Gary Cocozzoli & Gretchen Weiner, Library
"Academic Integrity and Ethical Decision-Making in Engineering Undergraduates" - by, Dr. Doanld Carpenter, Lawrence Tech Assessment Day September, 2007
"Development Trajectory of Personal Values, Integrity, and Professional Ethics"- by, Matthew L. Cole, M.S., M.A. Psychology Program Director, Department of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Communications
Materials in the CTL
Educational Innovation Collaborative, instructor resources on reserve in CTL.
For a description of the resources, click here.
Entrepreneurial Business: Lectures and Interviews on reserve in CTL.
Provided below are the links to other Center for Teaching and Learning sites.
* Stanford University's Center for Teaching and Learning site provides many different ideas on how to expand specific programs with in the university, as well as, offering a number of conferences, speakers and workshops.
* University of Massachusetts - Amherst Center for Teaching and Learning provides ideas for faculty development, individual teaching assessments, and several other faculty development resources.
* University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Center for Teaching and Learning offers an extensive resource guide including information about using different media within the classroom, development of effective course packs/reading material and how to increase problem solving skills. Also, UNC-Chapel Hill provides great information about academic integrity and classroom honor codes.
* University of Central Florida's Center for Teaching and Learning provides ideas for course design and development, managing different teaching and learning environments and offers several suggestions on how to bring diversity to the classroom.
* Iowa States University's Center for Teaching and Learning offers ideas in course planning and thoughts on engaged learning.
* New York University's Center for Teaching Excellence offers an extensive selection of workshops and ideas for program growth.
* Minnesota State University - Makato's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning offers ideas for mentors and mentoring groups for new faculty and students. The Center also provides several listings of materials for faculty development: articles, books, websites and committee ideas.
* University of Chicago's Center for Teaching and Learning offers information regarding the Midwest Faculty Seminar and also provides many essays/articles on teaching excellence.
* San Francisco State's Center for Teaching and Faculty Development provides information on effective teaching practices, ideas on how to enhance classroom participation and ideas about teaching for different learning styles.