To facilitate the growth of effective instructors, we have developed the following strategies and approaches that recognize the responsibility instructors have to provide students a range of learning opportunities and environments. We have also included information about important legal and ethical responsibilities that instructors need to be aware of, career development materials, and information about ECTL resources related to technology services and library materials.
Legal and Ethical Responsibilities
Academic Dishonesty-Excerpts from UW Regulation 802
Sexual Harassment Policies
Students with Disabilities in the Classroom
University of Wyoming Code of Ethical Conduct
Active Learning for Deeper Understanding
Developing a Relaxed and Confident Teaching Style
Grading and Commenting on Student Work
Leading a Discussion
Office Hour Strategies
Supporting Academic Integrity
Teaching a Lab Section
Teaching with Technology
The Course Syllabus
Syllabus example (science)
Syllabus example (fabric arts)
Useful Tools for Teaching
Teaching Resources by Discipline
Kennesaw State University CETL
To search this site use "CTRL F" to find information on your specific discipline.
The Teaching Portfolio
Writing a Teaching Statement
The ECTL oversees three units that enhance teaching and learning.
- Instructional Computing Services (ICS) assists faculty in the exploration, creation, and assessment of electronic teaching materials including supplemental online course platforms.
- Instructional Media Services (IMS) offers a variety of media-based services to create instructional materials and assists with the use of technology.
- The Writing Center works with writers and instructors across campus at every stage of the writing process from brainstorming through final drafts.
Our library, located in Coe 510, contains hundreds of books on teaching and learning available for checkout. Visitors are welcome any time during our regular office hours. We are happy to assist with research on teaching.