Teaching & Learning
- Calendar for Events and Workshops
- Fall 2014 New Faculty Orientation
- Resources for New Faculty
- Accessible Course Materials
- Captioning Guidelines/Support
- Breakfast Club and Tea & Talk Programs
- Conducting and Publishing Research on Teaching and Learning
- Accessible Syllabus Template [doc]
- Graduate Studies and Research
- Faculty Affairs
- Academic Technology
The topics in this strand are arranged to reflect steps in the process of planning and assessing a wide array of programmatic and course-specific student-centered learning experiences. Please visit our Calendar of Events for the coming workshops.
The programs and opportunities listed here are intended to enable participants to gain insights about the students we serve and about how to promote their success.
The "High Impact Educational Practices" framework captures a set of instructional and mentoring activities that have been demonstrated to promote student retention and success. Several offices and units on our campus strive to support faculty as they incorporate these instructional practices into their repertoire.
The resources provided here are intended to inspire and support faculty as they plan and teach courses in large-lecture format. They include tips and strategies from seasoned instructors as well as links to materials from a variety of sources.
The programs and opportunities listed here are intended to support participants' efforts to articulate the under-girding goals of their courses, to align student learning outcomes, instructional activities and assessment strategies, to create informative course "road-maps" which clearly convey key course goals content and expectations as well as relevant resources that can help ensure student success.
The programs and opportunities listed here are intended to enable participants to make informed decisions about ways to measure what students are gleaning from their educational experiences.
The programs and opportunities listed here are intended to enable participants to explore, develop and select teaching strategies and activities that are best suited to promoting student success in achieving course learning outcomes.
The programs and opportunities listed here are intended to enable participants to explore, develop and select instructional materials that serve to supplement learning in or outside of the classroom.
The programs and opportunities listed here are intended to enable participants to develop and select instructional materials that are inclusive and accessible for all students.
The programs and opportunities listed here are intended to enable participants to understand how and when to use a wide variety of instructional technology tools in their teaching.
The resources listed here consisted of a collection of web-based open source courseware or content that may be used to enhance your teaching.
The wealth of resources listed here will guide you to find venues for disseminating your insights and good work in teaching. The staff at the Center is also here to assist you.
Consultation for Instructional Design and Instructional Technology
W. Mei Fang
Senior Instructional Designer and Instructor, CFD
Phone: (408) 924-2456
Office: IRC 202