130days until Fall 2014 Classes Start
Below are a set of web link to resources for teaching. If you have a favorite online resource for teaching that is not listed below, please share it by sending mail to one of the organizing committee with your suggested for a new link.
MSU Faculty and Organizational Develop (FOD)
online instructional resourcesLilly seminar seriesConsultation on teaching and learning
MSU Center for Engineering Education Research (CEER)
MSU Graduate School CAFFE Program Resources
Online "just in time" teaching modules from Western Washington University
ListServs on Teaching and Higher Education
Tomorrow's Professor (from Stanford)Professional and Organizational Network in Higher Education (POD)Inside Higher Education
Sampling of Books - Listings in Amazon
"What the Best College Teachers Do" by Ken Bain"How Learning Works" by Susan Ambrose, et. al."Effective Instruction in Stem Disciplines" by Edward J. Mastascusa, et. al."Tools for Teaching" by Barbara Gross Davis"McKeachie's Teaching Tips" by Marilla Svinicki and Wilbert J. McKeachie"Creating Significant Learning Experiences" by Dee Fink
National Academies Press
The National Academics publish many books/reports on education. A number of these are free to download. Below is a sampling.
Educating the Engineer of 2020Engineer of 2020 VisionsEnhancing Communicty College Pathways to Engineernig CareersHowPeopleLearn_2000HowStudentsLearn_2006Improving Undergrad Education_2003Offshoring of EngineeringKnowing What Students Know
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