Teaching

These resources cover topics such as establishing a teaching agenda/program, mentoring, and leadership. For more, please see the Teaching Resources link on the left.

 

American Sociological Association. Teaching Resources.

Lang, J. (2008). A week-by-week guide to your first semester of college teaching.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Lehmiller, J. (2014). Tips from a self-taught teacher. Observer, 27.

Lewandowski, G. Teaching Resources from Science of Relationships.

McKeachie, W.J.  (1986).  Teaching tips:  A guidebook for the beginning college teacher (8th ed.).  Lexington, MA:  Heath.

Miller, A., Shoptaugh, C., & Wooldridge, J. (2011) Reasons not to cheat, academic-integrity responsibility, and frequency of cheating. The Journal of Experimental Education, 79, 169-184.

National Communication Association. Teaching and Learning Resource Center.

Newstead et al., (1996). Individual Differences in Student Cheating. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 229‐241.

Responsible conduct of research. Mentoring.

Seeman, J. (1973) On supervising student research. American Psychologist, 28, 900-906.

Smoller, J. W. (1985).  The etiology and treatment of childhood.  Journal of Polymorphous Peversity.

Society for the Teaching of Psychology. Teaching Resources.

Surra, C. A. (1999). Mentoring for the Millennium. ISSPR Bulletin.

Svinicki, M. (2001). The teaching assistantship: A preparation for multiple roles. In W. McKeachie, Teaching Tips: Strategies, Research, and Theory for College and University Teachers (11 ed.). Lexington, MA: Health.

 

Establishing a Teaching Agenda/Program

Aiken, L. R. (1982).  Writing multiple-choice items to measure higher- order educational objectives.  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 42, 803-806.

Jacobson, R. L. (1984, July 25).  Asking questions is the key skill needed for 'discussion teaching'.  Chronicle of Higher Education, 20-21.

Online Psychology Laboratory. A website with interactive resources for teaching psychological science.

Palmer, S. E. (1983, April 13).  The art of lecturing:  A few simple ideas can help teachers improve their skills.  Chronicle of Higher Education, 19-20.

Rubin, S. (1985, August 7).  Professors, students, and the syllabus. Chronicle of Higher Education, 56.

Teach Psych Science. A website devoted to teaching research methods and statistics.

Watson, W., Pardo, L., & Tomovic, V. (1978).  How to give an effective seminar.  Don Mills, Ontario:  Stoddart Publishing.

 

Online Teaching

 Online teaching: problems and solutions. http://www.psychologicalscience.org/observer/0901/tips.html

Strategies for online courses. http://www.ion.uillinois.edu/resources/tutorials/pedagogy/instructionalstrategies

Tips for designing online courses: http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/online/design.html

Teaching Blogs 2016: How to Benefit Your Students, Your Peers, and Your Pocketbook, by Starting an Educational Class Blog: http://www.buildyourownblog.net/blog/class-blog/