Welcome to the Learning, Teaching, and Innovative Technologies Center!

Located in the James E Walker Library, Room 348

Teaching Topics


 

Click on the topics below for an overview, related materials and links to other resources. 

 Preparing to Teach  Understanding Your Students  Student Engagement
Course Design 
Creating a Syllabus 
Learner-Centered Teaching 

First Day of Class 
Assessing Student Work 
Disability 

Managing Classroom Conduct 
First Year Teaching 
Graduate/Teaching Assistants 
First Year Students 
Learning Styles 
Motivating Student Learning 

Understanding Students 
Common Problems and Situations 
Diversity 
Retention 
Active Learning 
Discussion Techniques 

Engaging Students (general) 
Information Literacy 
Problem-Based Learning 

Reading & Study Skills 
Service Learning/Community Based Learning 
Collaborative Learning 
Technology 
Teaching Academic Integrity 
Writing 
Class Types Assessing Student Learning Assessing Instructor Teaching
Distance Learning 
Blended/Hybrid Classes 
Online Classes 

Teaching Specific Disciplines 
Lectures and Seminars 
Large Classes 

Laboratories 
Writing classes 
Study Abroad 
  Classroom Assessment 
Making Sense of Student Ratings 
Classroom Observation (Peer Review) 
Mentoring 
Developing a Teaching Portfolio 
Assorted A-Z Teaching Tips 
Teaching Professor Teaching Tips 

Best on the Academic Web 
Best on the Academic Web 2
Classroom Technology Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Professional Development
  SoTL 
Faculty Development 
Faculty Leadership 
Faculty Learning Communities 
Teaching Effectiveness 
Publishing 
Research and Grants 
Tenure Track 

 

 


Teaching and Learning Topics

Preparing to Teach

Understanding Your Students

Engaging Students in Learning

Types of Classes

Assessing and Improving Your Teaching

Professional Development

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning


Preparing to Teach

Course Design
Creating a Syllabus
Learner-Centered Teaching

First Day of Class
Assessing Student Work
Disability

Managing Classroom Conduct
First Year Teaching
Graduate/Teaching Assistants

Understanding Your Students

First Year Students
Learning Styles
Motivating Student Learning

Understanding Students
Common Problems and Situations
Diversity
Retention

Engaging Students in Learning

Active Learning
Discussion Techniques

Engaging Students (general)
Information Literacy
Problem-Based Learning

Reading & Study Skills
Service Learning/Community Based Learning
Collaborative Learning
Technology
Teaching Academic Integrity
Writing

Types of Classes

Distance Learning
Blended/Hybrid Classes
Online Classes

Teaching Specific Disciplines
Lectures and Seminars
Large Classes

Laboratories
Writing classes
Study Abroad

Assessing and Improving Your Teaching

Classroom Assessment
Making Sense of Student Ratings
Classroom Observation (Peer Review)
Mentoring
Developing a Teaching Portfolio
Assorted A-Z Teaching Tips
Teaching Professor Teaching Tips

Best on the Academic Web
Best on the Academic Web 2

Professional Development

Publishing
Research and Grants
Tenure Track

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

SoTL
Faculty Development
Faculty Leadership
Faculty Learning Communities
Teaching Effectiveness

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Strengthen the teaching and learning community of MTSU by sharing your teaching expertise and experiences with others. What was it like to teach your first hybrid class? What kind of resources do you value most in the classroom? How do you handle common teaching problems and situations at MTSU? Contact the center to find out how you can share your knowledge! We now have a section dedicated to online teaching resources: Online Teaching Development Tutorials & Modules
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