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More & More Accessible Guides from CFT

Posted by on Saturday, February 8, 2014 in News, Resource.

The CFT has quietly rolled out a new organizational structure for our guides, online documents in which we synthesize and condense some of the research and resulting practices of specific topics in teaching and learning. If you go to the CFT Homepage and hover your mouse over the “Guides” drop-down menu, you’ll see five categories 

  • Principles & Frameworks
  • Pedagogies & Strategies
  • Reflecting & Assessing    
  • Challenges & Opportunities
  • Populations & Contexts

This new structure offers a simpler way to find the materials you need. There are multiple paths to many guides, making it even easier to find resources. These guides support our mission by contributing to two main areas in our programs and services:

  • Identifying, sharing, and advocating for research-based practices in university teaching and the resources that support them, and
  • Fostering campus conversations on teaching and learning that are informed by national and international higher education developments.

We have an ongoing process of revising existing guides and developing new ones, so keep your eyes open for announcements here. If you have any questions or comments, or if we can help facilitate a conversation using any of our guides, please contact us at 322-7290.

Recently Added Guides

Blended and Online Learning
Flipping the Classroom
Mindfulness in the Classroom
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Writing Good Multiple Choice Test Questions
Incorporating Research into Credit-Bearing Science Courses


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