Teaching Resources

These multimedia teaching guides provide research-based and practical instructional support for developing accessible and inclusive courses and class sessions in face-to-face, online, and blended modalities.

Your suggestions are welcome for future resources. Contact Kate Martin to discuss your ideas.

Design Effective Learning Experiences

Create learner-centered experiences in which course goals, activities, assignments, and assessments are aligned and accessible. Develop activities that are authentic and applicable to real world contexts.

Create Inclusive Learning Environments

Foster a climate of belonging by creating learning environments that support a broad range of learners and represent a diversity of scholars and perspectives. Consider the accessibility of all aspects of your course.

Boynton Health surveyed UMTC undergraduate and graduate students on how they are feeling about a return to campus. Based on their findings, they recommend three key well-being strategies during fall semester 2021: Connection, Flexibility, Communication. These reports offer specific ways to support students this Fall and beyond:

Assess Student Learning

Use varied formative and summative assessments that provide opportunities to learn and promote the achievement of stated learning outcomes. Ensure transparency, consistency, and fairness.

Reflect on, Evaluate, and Improve Teaching

Develop a process for intentionally reflecting on your course and pedagogy that includes using your own experience, feedback, and student data to make improvements.

Recorded Webinars

Register for the recorded sections of our latest webinars. The enrollment confirmation email will include links to the recording and resources. When you are finished reviewing the resources, you may elect to mark it as complete via Training Hub.