• Teaching Tools

    Dig in - Explore - Create - Innovate!

    Syllabus Preparation

    External Resources

    (Materials below developed by Washington University - St. Louis's The Teaching Center)

    First Day of Class

    External Resources

    (Materials below developed by Stanford University's Teaching Commons)

    (Material below developed by Carnegie Mellon University's Eberly Center Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation)

    Teaching with Technology

    Canvas

    (Material below developed by Jared Flaherty, Director of LMS Support)

    There's an App for That!
    (SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Eugene Matthews)
    Immersive Learning: Augmented and Virtual Realities
    (SIG materials below developed by FCI Fellow Stephen Fant)

    Top Hat

    (Material below developed by Top Hat)

    • The Top Hat platform has been approved for Canvas and is available to all Park University faculty. Learn more about Top Hat HERE and contact Melanie Kinney, Coordinator of Educational Technology Initiatives, mkinney@park.edu if you are interested in integrating Top Hat into one of your courses

    External Resources

    (Material below developed by TechSmith)

    (Materials below developed by Stanford University's Teaching Commons)

    (Material below developed by Drexel University Online)

    Leveraging Your Learning Environment

    Deconstructing Diversity: Strategies for Creating Inclusive Classrooms

      (SIG material below developed by Faculty Fellow Allison Rand)

      • Resources for Deconstructing Diversity (link)

      Organizational Culture

      (SIG material below adapted by Faculty Fellow Adrian James)

      External Resources

      (Materials below developed by Stanford University's Teaching Commons)

      (Material below developed by Carnegie Mellon University's Eberly Center Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation)

      Student-Centered, Higher Order Teaching Tips

      Facilitating a Community of Inquiry

      (SIG materials below developed by Faculty Fellow Josh Mugg)

      • Facilitating a Community of Inquiry (handout)
      • Online Community of Inquiry (handout)
      • Online Community of Inquiry Advantages and Disadvantages (handout)

      External Resources

      (Material below developed by James M. Lang, January 11, 2016 in "The Chronicle of Higher Education")

      Classroom and Student Assessment

      External Resources

      (Material below developed by Stanford University's Teaching Commons)

      (Material below developed by Carnegie Mellon University's Eberly Center Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation)

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