Faculty Development Alliance Resource List and GFDA
Textbooks and Readings (partially duplicated below)
on Active Pedagogy by Susanne Moser and Susan Hanson
From the Hands-On
Human Dimensions of Global Change project which contains
active learning modules on a variety of topics.
Discipline Network including Teaching
Geography in Higher Education: A Manual of Good Practice
Learning Book Web Site L. Dee Fink Includes the very
Guide to Designing Courses for Significant Learning."
of Oklahoma Tips on Teaching A wealth of materials
on this site.
of Hawaii Teaching Tips
for Teaching Meteorology
Aided Learning in Meteorology
Robert. 2000. Advice for New Faculty Members. Needham Heights,
Mass.: Allyn and Bacon. Every new and early career faculty
member should read this book. Offers advice on preparation
for teaching, organizing writing, and time maagement. May
also be of use to mid and late career faculty looking to change
the ways that they work.
L. Dee. 2003. Creating Significant Learning Experiences: An
Integrated Approach to Designing College Courses. San Francisco:
Jossey-Bass. A guide to course design. Though there is
much to take in, the overall strategy of integrated course
design is incredibly valuable.
Wilbert J. and others. 2002. McKeachie's Teaching Tips: Strategies,
Research, and Theory for College and University Teachers,
11th ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. A wealth of general
tips on teaching.
Thomas A. and K. Patricia Cross. 1993. Classroom Assessment
Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers. San Francisco:
Jossey-Bass. The main value of this book is as a resource
for a variety of teaching and assessment activities.
Donald A. 2000. What's the Use of Lectures? San Francisco:
Jossey-Bass. A good primer on what makes a good lecture
and what lectures do and not accomplish in terms of student