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Reflective Practice Large Group Meeting Resources, 2017-2018

Door Prize Book Winners

Raffle Winners with their books

Eng, N. (2017). Teaching college: The ultimate guide to lecturing, presenting, and engaging students. New York: Norman Eng.

Schumacher, J. (2017). Doodling for academics: A coloring and activity book. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Teaching Practice Newsletters and Tutorials for Faculty Development

Syllabus Development Resources

Bart, Mary. (July 29, 2015)  A Learner-Centered Syllabus Helps Set the Tone for Learning, Faculty Focus

Bleghizadeh, S. s. (2010). The Structural Syllabus: The Golden-Egg- Laying Goose That Should Not Be Killed. TESL Reporter43(1), 15-30.

Hess, J. L., & Whittington, M. S. (2013). Developing an Effective Course Syllabus. NACTA Journal57(3), 67-71.

Ludwig, M. A., Bentz, A. E., & Fynewever, H. (2011). Your syllabus should set the stage for assessment for learning. Journal of College Science Teaching40(4), 20-23.   

Ludy, M.J., Brackenbury, T., & Folkins, J. (2016). Student impressions of syllabus design: Engaging versus contractual syllabus. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 10(2), 1-23.

Saville, B. K., Zinn, T. E., Brown, A. R., & Marchuk, K. A. (2010). Syllabus Detail and Students' Perceptions of Teacher Effectiveness. Teaching of Psychology37(3), 186-189. doi:10.1080/00986283.2010.488523

Slattery, J. M., & Carlson, J. F. (2005). Preparing an Effective Syllabus: Current Best Practices. College Teaching, (4). 159. 

Sulik, G., & Keys, J. (2014). “Many Students Really Do Not Yet Know How to Behave!” The Syllabus as a Tool for Socialization. Teaching Sociology,  42(2):151-160.

Wedell, K. k. (2010). Evaluating the impact of the Hampshire agreed syllabus: 'Living Difference' on teaching and learning in religious education. British Journal Of Religious Education32(2), 147-161.

IUP Resources for Syllabus Development

Syllabi of Record and Proposal Archive

Liberal Studies Resources for the New Curriculum