Resources for Mercer Faculty
The Center intends to provide a constantly-growing curated list of higher education teaching resources. Feel free to suggest a resource by using the Contact Form.
Mercer Libraries Teaching and Learning Subject Guide
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Instructional Strategies and Tactics for Face-to-Face Classroom Instruction
In a flipped classroom, students use class time to practice active learning, usually by working together or with the instructor on what might have formerly been "homework". For the professor, the goal is to provide immediate feedback to students and to gain a faster understanding of how well students are accomplishing the course outcomes. References for flipped classrooms include the following:
The University of Michigan's Center for Research on Learning and Teaching offers helpful resources on how to flip your classroom.
Understanding the Flipped Classroom: Part 1 -- Faculty Focus, written by Pamela Kachka, October 2012
Understanding the Flipped Classroom: Part 2 -- Faculty Focus, written by Pamela Kachka, October 2012
Collaboration in the Classroom
Integration of Online, Hybrid, and Collaborative Learning -- in the NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Edition (p. 10)
Cooperative/collaborative learning and teaching resources from the Vanderbilt Center for Teaching
Designing Effective Group Activities: Lessons for Classroom Teaching and Faculty Development from the University of Oklahoma
A Guide to Collaboration in the Classroom -- the University of Hawaii Center for Teaching Excellence