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Monday, May 28, 2007

Today just by chance crawled through The University of Texas at Austin, one of my dream university many years ago, partly visited the UT, found some good stuff. I believe these materials are very useful to everyone who involve in coaching, teaching, guiding others and conduct presentation daily...this also triggered me think about my previous uni before...and now i realized why i needs to double my effort, spent triple my time, in order to achieve similar results than other from these kinds of univeristy...i would imagine, if i have been given the chances to learn in these kind of univeristy...anyway...
Before i get into the material, following my style and commitment to the peoples / sites owner, etc, let see what is The University if Texas at Austin (UTA)...
The University of Texas at Austin is a major research university home to more than 48,000 students, 2,700 faculty and 19,000 staff members. What Starts Here Changes the World. Connecting the values and mission of the university to the needs of the state and the nation. Find out how the university changes the world through research and education...details
FREE materials from The UT, Austin are...
a) Teaching & Learning
Academic Integrity
Achieving Higher Order Thinking Skills
Active Learning
Applying Memory Principles to Your Teaching
Classroom Assessment Techniques
Deeper Learning Principles
Developing Lectures
Does the First Class Day Make a Lasting Impression?
Enhancing Lectures
Forgetting Curve
How People Learn (HPL)
HPL Legacy Cycle
Improving Course Evaluations
Improving Team Productivity with Six Thinking Hats
Instructional Objectives and Levels of Thinking
Keeping Students' Attention in Lectures
Kolb's Learning Style Model
Learning Style Resources (including Felder)
Memory and Teaching
Mid-course Evaluations
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Professor Grade Data and Reviews
Socratic Questioning
Strategies for Facilitating Student Learning
Student Evaluations of College Teaching
Successful New Faculty
Teaching Engineers
Tips on Testing
Using Student Feedback
What the Best College Teachers Do
Working in Groups

b)Teaching with Technology
Assuring Quality Online
Chat Guidelines
Classroom Performance System (CPS)
Creating Streamlined Audio for PowerPoint
Facilitating Online Discussions
Intellectual Property
Online Group Discussions
Technology Tools and Instructional Applications
Using PowerPointWriting for the Web
c) Distance Learning
Best Practices for Videoconferences
Best Practices for Delivering Online Course Material (video)
FIC Distance Learning Facilities New
NetMeeting Instructions
Tandberg Instructions
Best Practices for Videoconferences

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posted by Webworm, 6:47 AM


Anonymous zaki said...

Wow....there's too much info there....hardly had the time to browse tru every page....

it really looks like an excellent uni.

May 28, 2007 at 10:17 AM  
Blogger Webworm said...

You are right...there are so much information out there...but sometime we just don't know where are them...

May 29, 2007 at 6:25 AM  

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