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Do you already teach or are you new to teaching large classes?

Do you have wisdom to share or are you in search of wisdom related to teaching large classes?

This conference is for you!

Photo instructional consultant and graduate student talking about writing a teaching philosophy and testimonial information advocating for working with SITE consultants.
A compelling case for not giving in-class exams
This edited collection examines women’s roles in the academy.
Awards are designed to support groups of faculty who regularly engage in discussions of teaching and learning topics or issues.
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Brief (2-page) handout about strategies to promote effective student discussion...
This FAQ sheet discusses issues and strategies related to providing notes and supporting students'...
This strategy involves students working together in groups to research the solution to a problem...
This PowerPoint presentations describes the instrument called the Perceived Difficulty Assessment...
This document was created to provide you with a source of options for gathering data on teamwork...
18 page document of recommendations of how departments and faculty can use information from SRTEs...
Three examples of simple mid-semester feedback questionnaires...
Three-page overview of the steps in documenting one's teaching through a portfolio...
Drawing upon new data obtained from surveys of students and instructors at the University Park...
One-page example of how to annotate student ratings for a course...
Resources excerpted from the University College Peer Review Handbook...
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