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This page offers links to resources, examples, and tips on various aspects of teaching. The instructors who have shared their materials for this page offer them as models that you can adapt for use in your own classrooms.

 

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Designing a Hybrid Class

Presentation Tips

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Assignment Development

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Scholarship in Teaching and Learning

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Small Group Instructional Diagnosis

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Learning Outcomes

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Teaching International Students

Teaching Tips for Working with International Students

Cultural Information on International Students

  1. China
  2. Indonesia
  3. Hong Kong
  4. Korea
  5. Japan
    • Cultural Overview
    • Educational System
    • Educational Norms and Expectations
    • Name Pronunciations
    • Tips for students studying from this country
    • Bibliography of resources
  6. Taiwan
    • Cultural Overview
    • Educational System
    • Educational Norms and Expectations
    • Name Pronunciations
    • Tips for students studying from this country
    • Bibliography of resources
  7. Vietnam
    • Cultural Overview
    • Educational System
    • Educational Norms and Expectations
    • Name Pronunciations
    • Tips for students studying from this country
    • Bibliography of resources

International Perspectives in the Curriculum

The ideas and content within the following modules are the academic property of their authors. The authors share their work with others to help foster ideas and curriculum development but not to copy as their own. Any use of these modules should be attributed to the original author.

  1. Business
    • Overall lesson plan or description of your module and how you would use it in the classroom
    • Assignment(s) you wrote as part of this module He has a root assignment followed by two sub-parts, one for students and one for faculty
    • Rubrics, tests, or other assessments you designed as part of this module
    • List of resources, annotated bibliography, etc.
  2. Reading: Focus on the Novel
    • Overall lesson plan or description of your module and how you would use it in the classroom
    • Assignment(s) you wrote as part of this module He has a root assignment followed by two sub-parts, one for students and one for faculty
    • Rubrics, tests, or other assessments you designed as part of this module
    • List of resources, annotated bibliography, etc.
  3. English/Linguistics
    • Overall lesson plan or description of your module and how you would use it in the classroom
    • Assignment(s) you wrote as part of this module He has a root assignment followed by two sub-parts, one for students and one for faculty
    • Rubrics, tests, or other assessments you designed as part of this module
    • List of resources, annotated bibliography, etc.
  4. Reading: Theme of Revolution
    • Overall lesson plan or description of your module and how you would use it in the classroom
    • Assignment(s) you wrote as part of this module He has a root assignment followed by two sub-parts, one for students and one for faculty
    • Rubrics, tests, or other assessments you designed as part of this module
    • List of resources, annotated bibliography, etc.
  5. Gender Studies
    • Overall lesson plan or description of your module and how you would use it in the classroom
    • Assignment(s) you wrote as part of this module He has a root assignment followed by two sub-parts, one for students and one for faculty
    • Rubrics, tests, or other assessments you designed as part of this module
    • List of resources, annotated bibliography, etc.
  6. Research Writing in Social Sciences
    • Overall lesson plan or description of your module and how you would use it in the classroom
    • Assignment(s) you wrote as part of this module He has a root assignment followed by two sub-parts, one for students and one for faculty
    • Rubrics, tests, or other assessments you designed as part of this module
    • List of resources, annotated bibliography, etc.
  7. Criminal Justice: Human Rights
    • Overall lesson plan or description of your module and how you would use it in the classroom
    • Assignment(s) you wrote as part of this module He has a root assignment followed by two sub-parts, one for students and one for faculty
    • Rubrics, tests, or other assessments you designed as part of this module
    • List of resources, annotated bibliography, etc.

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