Online Resources on Teaching and Learning

The links below are to web resources produced by the Center as well as other institutions and organizations, organized roughly by general subject. Please email us if you wish to add or update a link.

General Resources

Innovation: The Future of Teaching and Learning features interviews with 5 NYU faculty discussing how they are incorporating various kinds of technology into their teaching process.

Redefining the Classroom: Video Conferencing is focused on NYU’s paired classes joined through Video Conferencing while they are separated geographically.

Where the City Meets the Sea describes a course that uses geographic information system (GIS) data and student-collected data to examine human impacts on coastal ecosystems. This course started as a New York / Abu Dhabi paired class, and is now also offered in London.

Bibliographies on Teaching and Learning

Jerome Bruner Library on Advancing University Learning

Resources on Teaching with Technology including NYU tech support.

Educator's Reference Desk

Global Campus

Deliberations on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Students in Crisis: A Handbook for NYU Faculty and Staff

Teacher Preparation and Techniques

The Promising Syllabus

Online Pedagogy Workshops> at The Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning, Brown University

Tomorrow's Professor

Transforming Lectures

Generating Good Discussions

Teaching Portfolios and "Recasting the Teaching Portfolio" by Ken Bain and James A. Lang

From the University of Hawaii:
Classroom Assessment Techniques
Classroom Assessment Techniques Examples
Effective Techniques of Questioning
Learning Students' Names
The Name Game

Good Teaching Practices: online excerpts from Tools for Teaching by Barbara Gross Davis, posted by the author.

Twenty Ways to Make Lectures More Participatory provided by the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University.

Teaching Large Classes, produced by the Office of Instructional Development and Technology at Dalhousie University.  15-minute video.  You will need RealPlayer.

Resources on Teaching by Discipline

General Science
    also see Chemistry and Physics

Mathematics

Humanities

Writing

Resources on Teaching by Subtopic

How People Learn

Student-Centered Approaches to Learning (i.e., Problem-Based Learning, Collaborative Learning)

Student Motivation and Critical Thinking

Issues in Teaching and Learning (i.e., Diversity, Academic Integrity, Education Reform)

Other University Teaching Centers