Here you will find resources related to assessment, both program level and class level. If you know of a good resource that might have been left off here, please contact Jerol Skinner (email@example.com x5855) and she will consider adding it to our resources list. Thank you!
Grades & Grading
Article: Why Students Gripe about Grades
Learning Outcomes or Objectives
Essential Learning Outcomes - AAC&U LEAP Program
Rubrics and Rubric Makers - teAchnology.com
RubiStar - Create Rubrics for your Project-Based Learning Activities
How much time per test question? - The Chronicle Online Forum
Test Construction - UMN
Writing Across the Curriculum
The WAC Clearinghouse - CSU
Writing Across the Curriculum: An Introduction - Purdue OWL
Checkbox is a survey tool licensed for use by Northeastern State University. If you are a member of the NSU faculty/staff community and want to use Checkbox , send an email or call the Center for Teaching and Learning - firstname.lastname@example.org - 918-444-5855- to requesting an account. If you are a student requesting the account for a class or organization, please have your instructor or sponsor make the request. They will respond with the necessary information.
The link below will take you to the training section of the Checkbox Survey Solutions web site. Northeastern State University does not endorse or accept any responsibility for the content or use of linked web sites.
This Faculty Guide provides an overview and great starting point for new Digital Measures users.
Logging in to Digital Measures
Important: Please carefully follow the instructions and be patient as information from your CV is uploaded into the system. Neither NSU Digital Measures administrators nor Digital Measures currently has the ability to remove duplicate CVs that you have uploaded or attempted to upload into the system.
A Digital Measures Tour
Inputting Information into Scheduled Teaching
Here you will find resources related to how students learn and different characteristics of learners. If you know of a good resource that might have been left off here, please contact us at email@example.com and we will consider adding it to our resources list. Thank you!
- Developmental psychology & Emotional Health
- At-risk or Unprepared Students
- English as a Second Language & English Language Learners (ESL/ELL)
- Exceptional Learners Needs
- International Students
- Millennial Students
- Non-traditional Students & Adult Learners
- Learning Style
- Mental Models
- Motivation & Engagement
Article: Who Graduates At-Risk Students?
Dave's ESL Cafe: The Internet's Meeting place for ESL + EFL teachers + students from around the World!
Article: Grading Exceptional Learners
Article: The Millennial Student: A New Generation of Learners
Teaching Commons: Teaching Millennial Students
Article: The Millennial Muddle
Continuing Education - About.com
Faculty Focus: Tips for Teaching Adult Students
Website: Motivating Students (Vanderbilt)
Article: Factors in Student Motivation by Howey
Article: Ten Steps to Better Student Engagement by de Frondeville
Article: Motivating Today's College Students by Crone & MacKay
Article: Can Colleges Manufacture Motivation? by Berrett
Here you will find resources related to legal issues in higher education. If you know of a good resource that might have been left off here, please contact Center for Teaching and Learning (firstname.lastname@example.org x5855)and he will consider adding it to our resources list. Thank you!
Presentation: Copyright Issues in Higher Education
Avoiding Plagiarism - Purdue OWL
Ethics in Higher Education
Professional Development Resources
Here you will find resources for adjunct faculty, tenure track faculty, administration and leadership, course evaluations, external grants and funding, and professional development organizations and forums. If you know of a good resource that might have been left off here, please contact CTL (email@example.com, x5855) and he will consider adding it to our resources list. Thank you!
Administration & Leadership
University Business: Solutions for Higher Education Management
Change - The Magazine of Higher Education
Grants & Funding for Professional Development
Here you will find links to online resources (articles, websites, etc.) related to effective teaching in any delivery mode (face-to-face, online, blended). If you know of a good resource that might have been left off here, please contact Jerol Skinner (firstname.lastname@example.org, x5855) and he will consider adding it to our resources list. Thank you!
Topics covered on this page include:
- Dealing with Difficulty/Disruptive Students
- Large Classes
- Learning Environments
- Motivating & Engaging Learners
- Service Learning
- Active Learning
- Collaborative/Cooperative Learning
- Critical Thinking
- Effective Lectures
- Problem-Based Learning
- Universal Design for Learning
- Technology Use
- Effective Ways of Dealing with Disruptive Students
- NSU's Policy on Response to Disruptive or Threatening Situations
- Article: College Students' Perceptions of Treatment Acceptability of How College Professors Deal with Disruptive Talking in the Classroom
- Learning Spaces by Jeff Johnston, Vanderbilt University
- Article: Motivating Students
- Article: Five Key Ingredients for Improving Student Motivation
- Article: Motivating Students to Engage in Learning: The MUSIC Model of Academic Motivation
- Report: Engaging and Re-engaging Students in Learning at School
- Center for the Study of College Student Retention
- Article: Is Retention Improvement Within Colleges' Reach? - Inside Higher Ed
- Article: Unexpected First Generation Path - Inside Higher Ed
- National Service-Learning Clearinghouse - Americans Most Comprehensive Service-Learning Resource
- What is Active Learning?
- Article: Does Active Learning Work? A Review of the Research
- Project Adventure: Advancing Active Learning
- Article: Cooperative Learning
- Article: Cooperative Learning Teaching Strategies
- Article: Collaborative Learning Enhances Critical Thinking
- Article: Creating an Environment for Collaborative Learning
- The Critical Thinking Community
- Defining Critical Thinking
- A Brief History of the Idea of Critical Thinking
- Higher Education
- Article: Thinking Critically about Critical Thinking in Higher Education
- Article: Beyond Critical Thinking
- Article: Helping Students Think about Thinking by Wiley
- Article: Critical Thinking in the Curriculum - Donald Lazere
- Article: Critical Thinking: A Necessary Skill in the Age of Spin
- PowerPoint in the Classroom
- Effective Lecture Techniques - DePaul Teaching Commons
- Delivering Lectures
- Problem-Based Learning at the University of Delaware
- David A. Kolb on Experiential Learning
- Use Simulations to Help Students Learn
- Report: Simulation Uses in Education
- About UDL
- National Center on Universal Design for Learning
- UDL Guidelines - Version 2.0
- Key Principles of Universal Design for Learning
- Academic Technology in Higher Education
- Article: Impact of Determinants on Student Performance towards Information Communication Technology in Higher Education
Northeastern State University owns 5 Webinar accounts that the Center for Teaching & Learning administers. To reserve a Webinar Account for a delegated time frame please fill out the Webinar Account Reservation form. There are only 5 accounts so it is based on first come first serve. If you have any questions please reach out to email@example.com or call 918-444-5855
The Next Level Studio is a content creation lab available to staff, faculty, and students of Northeastern State University with a faculty sponsor. The studio is a place for the creation of strategically designed instructional content using techniques for video, audio, imaging, 3-D printing, and on a smaller scale, virtual and augmented reality. The Next Level Studio was created with the faculty and staff members in mind. That concept included making the studio itself flexible, or mobile. CTL can bring the studio in essence, to remote locations even though the main studio is located on the Broken Arrow campus Library Building, room 225. Research shows learning occurs best when content is delivered with multiple learning styles. CTL wanted to help faculty and staff leverage the power of multimedia platforms when delivering their course content. In doing so, faculty can go beyond a text-driven course and provide a more engaging student experience.
The Light board, which is an internally illuminated glass pane whiteboard, offers an engaging visual and auditory experience. Currently, the faculty and the Light board to be a wonderful means for presenting equations, flow-charts, lesson introductions, and diagrams.
The Broken Arrow studio utilizes a wall-spanning green screen backdrop perfect for filming any type of environment a subject wants to be displayed behind them. Think of a meteorologist, where they interact with the images displayed. The filming process is supported by the use of different types of +microphones to generate quality sound. The subject also has a digital teleprompter in front of them to help them keep track of the script.
Our interview space is set up to allow for multiple styles of in person interviews. Including the options of over the shoulder shots of two participants or wide angle shots of group. This space will allow you to bring guests from outside of NSU and record an interview in a professional manner. If the guest is unable to attend in person, we can use Zoom to create remote interview where the presenter is engaging with screen rather than just using a Zoom recording.
Our camera mounted teleprompter works with text being bounced off special glass placed in front of the lens. This type of prompter is used mainly for pre-recorded videos for speakers or guests. By using the teleprompter, faculty can focus more on the presentation and less on remembering what they are supposed to say. By being eye level with the camera it doesn't look like they are reading and instead gives off the presences of a confident presenter.