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.
Lang, J. (2008). A week-by-week guide to your first semester of college teaching. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
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.
Newstead et al., (1996). Individual Diﬀerences in Student Cheating. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 229‐241.
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
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.
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: 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/