Teaching Resources

Our Teaching Resources section provides information designed to help you develop, improve, and advance your teaching practices.

If you're new to teaching, we suggest you start by looking at our page on creating an inclusive syllabus, which will help you lay the groundwork for inclusive teaching practices in your course.

From there, you can visit our pages on preparing a course, lecturing, and inclusive teaching. If you have teaching experience and are looking for innovative ways to enhance your teaching, we have pages devoted to several different types of courses, including online classes, large classes, and small classes.

Browse our Synthesized List of New Faculty Resources

CTE has several resources and programs for new faculty. If you’re just starting at KU, these may be particularly useful.
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Estimate Your Students' Workload

Developed by researchers Betsy Barre, Allen Brown, and Justin Esarey from Wake Forest University, the Course Workload Estimator linked in this section can help you gauge how much time students will have to spend to succeed in your course.
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Explore Course Examples in our Course Portfolio Gallery

A searchable library where you can find examples of instructional activities, assignments, teaching and assessment strategies, rubrics, and more.
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