Teaching Resources

There is an abundance of materials, books, and pedagogy groups for transitioning face-to-face classes to online because of COVID-19. It can be overwhelming.

Below are a few that we recommend, including links to other college/university pages with excellent advice.

We will update this list on a regular basis, so please check back often.

Crowd-sourced document started by Susanmarie Harrington, University of Vermont

From the University of Vermont's Center for Teaching & Learning

By Vanessa Dennen, professor of Instructional Systems & Learning Technologies in the Department of Educational Psychology & Learning Systems at Florida State University

From the Open Learning & Teaching Collaborative at Plymouth State University

From the Open Learning & Teaching Collaborative at Plymouth State University

By Michelle D. Miller for The Chronicle of Higher Education

By Alexandra Frost on the We Are Teachers site

By Mays Imad, in Inside Higher Ed

Supporting Student Success

By implementing High Impact Practices, faculty can support student success and Guided Pathways. Check back for resources soon.

Group using a teaching resource

Case Studies - The National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science has a repository of case studies useful for all disciplines, not just the sciences. The site also includes information about assessment and implementation, and professional development opportunities.
Teaching Guides
- Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University
Resources & Publications - Center for Research on Teaching and Learning, University of Michigan
Teaching Topics - University Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Ohio State University
Faculty Focus - Higher Ed Teaching Strategies from Magna Publications
SUNY Center for Professional Development
IDEA Papers - a series of papers on teaching, curriculum, and assesment from IDEA, a non-profit organization.
POD-IDEA Notes on Instruction and POD-IDEA Notes on Learning - a series of short papers filled with teaching tips and practical advice written by college professors
Talks from Inspiring Teachers - a series of TED Talks to motivate and inspire you
Teaching in Higher Education - a series of Podcasts by Bonni Stachowiak, Ed.D
Teaching Professor blog - Penn State Berks
Tomorrow's Professor - Stanford

For additional resources, find a list of all books owned by the TCC on Good Reads. We encourage you to search the MCC Libraries and Databases. Try the following keywords in your search: Metacognition, higher education, learn how to learn, learning to learn, self-regulated learners, self-directed learners, self regulation.