TAKE: Actively Engaged or Overly Committed? by June Griffin, Department
of English, and Dorothe Bach, Department of German. Fall 2001.
Art of Discussion Leading: A Class with Chris Christensen. Harvard
University: Derek Bok Center for Teaching & Learning, 1992. 30 minutes.
Reviewed by Bill McAllister, Faculty Consultant, TRC and Department
of History. Video Review. Fall 1997.
"Change-Up": A Good Pitch to Have in Your Teaching Repertoire
by Bill McAllister, TRC and Department of History. Fall 1997.
- The Class Recap: Some Advantages of Regular E-mail Contact by Peter J. Capuano, TA, Department of English.
Learning for Active Student Involvement. November 1992.
Learning/Cooperative Grading by Marji Lindner, Graduate Student
Associate, TRC and Department of Psychology. February 1992.
Questions: Can't Live With 'Em, Can't Live Without 'Em by Bill McAllister,
Graduate Student Associate, TRC and Department of History. November
Students' Participation in Discussions by Marva Barnett, Director,
TRC and Department of French. Spring 1999.
Evaluations: Helping Students Consider Their Learning by Cassandra
Fraser, Cavaliers Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department
of Chemistry. Fall 2004.
Students During Presentations.
Students from Beginning to End by Lisa Reilly, Horace W. Goldsmith
Distinguished Teaching Professor (1999-2002), Department of Architectural
History. Fall 2004.
Class Participation by Martha L. Maznevksi, Assistant Professor,
McIntire School of Commerce. Spring 1996.
- Faculty Entertainment Reimbursement Fund. U.Va. Dean of Students Office.
in Class? Motivation for Attendance and Preparation
by Jann Lacoss, TRC and Departmet of Slavic Languages and Literatures.
Undergraduate Student Focus Group. Fall 1997.
on the Team? Maximizing the Academic Performance of Student-Athletes
by Jacquie Bussie, TRC Graduate Student Associate and Department of
Religious Studies. Spring 2003.
to Keep your Students Thinking. April 1995.
Website Group Projects in Arts and Humanities Classes by Christopher
P. Loss, Department of History and School of Education. Fall 2002.
- The Learning Portfolio: Promoting Intentional Learning by Dorothe J. Bach, TRC Faculty Consultant, German.
in the Crowd? Helping Individual Students by Marva A. Barnett, TRC
and Department of French. Fall 2001.
Connections with Concept Maps, by Bill McAllister, Faculty Consultant,
TRC, and Department of History. Spring 2003.
Should They Be Used? by Laura Ramos, 2nd year, CLAS 1999. Spring
Quite 101 Ways to Learn Students' Names, compiled by Michael Palmer,
Faculty Consultant, Teaching Resource Center. Spring
the Same Wavelength? Clarifying Course Expectations and Goals by
Marva Barnett, Director, TRC and Department of French. Fall 1999.
Upon a Time in ENWR: The World-Wide Web as a Publication Medium for
Student Essays by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, TA, Department of English.
the Engagement by Marva A. Barnett, TRC Director and Department
of French. Fall 2004.
- Pushing the Boundaries by Michael S. Palmer, Associate Professor, Assistant Director, Teaching Resource Center; Chemistry. Fall 2009.
about the Syllabus, by Marva Barnett, Department of French and Teaching
- Rethinking Discussion Leadership by Edmund Russell, Associate Professor of Science, Technology, and Society and History.
Handouts by P. Christopher Mizelle, TA, Department of History.
Self-Directed Guide to Designing Courses for Significant Learning
by L. Dee Fink, Director, Instructional Development Program, University
of Oklahoma. (Handout from Fall 2004 workshop, Designing
Courses that Help Students Learn.)
Answers About Questions by Carole Hamilton, M.A. English, 1994,
St. Anne's-Belfield. November 1994.
with Reading Journals by Christopher Jackson, TRC Graduate Student
Associate, Department of English. Spring 2005.
E-mail Outside of Class to Enhance Discussions by Marva A. Barnett,
Department of French and Teaching Resource Center.
- Using Mid-Semester Evaluations to Encourage Active Learning by Carey Sargent, former TRC Graduate Student Associate, Department of Sociology. Spring 2007.
Are Todays Students? by Penny Rue, Dean of Students. Spring
Course Is It? Students as Course
Co-Creators, by Marva A. Barnet.
Zen Ten by Mark Edmundson, Daniels Family NEH Distinguished Teaching
Professor (2004-2007), Department of English.