How can my teaching methods facilitate student learning in my course?
The essential question is meant to help you connect theory (research) and to practice (your classroom).
Purpose of This Guide
This guide exists to curate, organize, and introduce information resources that can help you research and understand a variety of teaching methods and practices. It also collects search tips and strategies to help you make the most of your (limited) time.
A Secondary Purpose for This Guide
This guide also exists to provide a model of how a research guide can scaffold and support an information-seeking task.
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Guide Creator / Contact Me
This LibGuide was created by Student Learning Librarians Ellen Range(email@example.com) and Linda VanSistine-Yost (firstname.lastname@example.org) in collaboration with FQAS course instructors. It primarily curates links to resources created by other schools and individuals, and we are indebted to their creative work.