Organic chemistry professors at Penn State Brandywine, Abington and Schuylkill have designed a way to integrate independent research directly into their regularly scheduled classes.
This article talks about how to help ensure that the students in your course "click."
Latest updates about Lilly Conferences, calls for proposals, and publications.
Penn State students work together to create a concept for an app that encourages its users to seek mental health help when needed in a safe and confidential way.
In this recorded interview, Maryellen Weimer, PhD, offers some effective teaching strategies you can try that will inject new energy into your courses and refresh your teaching.
Article includes a screenshot of what students see when entering the SRTE site.
fade
This essay, written by Penn State's Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, John Lowe, describes several...
This document describes a specific strategy that provides a collaborative learning experience for...
Three-page overview of the steps in documenting one's teaching through a portfolio...
A handout that provides information and exercises on how to plan an effective class session...
This document, excerpted from the Penn State Teacher II, includes strategies for planning,...
This activity involves students pairing up to answer questions about course content and can be...
Lists of examples of verbs that can be used to construct specific, measurable learning objectives...
Penn State Teacher II -- compendium of teaching tips and advice from seasoned faculty and graduate...
This two-page handout provides a basic explanation of how to make and use rubrics to improve...
Common questions that applicants for faculty positions can expect to encounter...
This document describes strategies for encouraging and enabling students in large classes to...
fade