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Faculty Teaching
Resources
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Faculty 
Teaching Resources

The resources on this web site are designed to help all full and part-time faculty at Green River Community College as they seek to continually improve their pedagogy and practice.

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Writing a Strong Syllabus: This link provides strategies and tips that will help you write your syllabus. In addition, there are example syllabi from a variety of disciplines.

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Writing a Strong Assignment: This link provides strategies and tips that will help you write assignments. In addition, there are example assignments from a variety of disciplines.

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Writing a Strong Rubric/Assessment Tool: This link provides strategies and tips that will help you write rubrics to assess student work. In addition, there are example rubrics from a variety of disciplines.

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Tips for Promoting Active Learning in the College Classroom: This link provides information on learning styles as well as strategies for facilitating group work and making your lectures more dynamic.

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Tips for Effective Classroom Management: This link provides strategies for managing face-to-face and online classrooms. It offers tips on such things as helping students understand what types of behavior are expected in the college classroom and e-mail etiquette.

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Working with Non-Traditional College Students: This link provides tips for working with disabled students and students who speak English as a second language.

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Resources for Teaching Writing: This link provides modules for different key areas in writing. The modules can be adapted by instructors for use in their classes and/or shared with students who need extra practice with writing.

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Resources for Teaching Multiculturalism: This link provides modules on different multicultural issues. Faculty are invited to adapt the modules for use in their own classes. 

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Library Resources: This link provides an Annotated Bibliography of 37 books that are available in the Holman Library on the topics of instruction and assessment.

 

 

This web site was built by Julie Moore during the 2004-2005 academic year. She received a Faculty Excellence Grant to build the web site.