This page lists a variety of websites and online resources identified by SU faculty as being particularly helpful and/or relevant. If you have a favorite "teaching website," please let us know, including the name of the site, a brief description, and a link. Thanks!
The Teaching Goals Inventory (TGI) is a self-assessment of instructional goals. Its purpose is threefold: (1) to help college teachers become more aware of what they want to accomplish in individual courses; (2) to help faculty locate Classroom Assessment Techniques they can adapt and use to assess how well they are achieving their teaching and learning goals; and (3) to provide a starting point for discussion of teaching and learning goals among colleagues.
"The Theory Into Practice" (TIP) database contains descriptions of over 50 theories relevant to human learning and instruction. Each description includes the following sections: overview, scope/application, example, principles, and references. Relationships between theories are identified by highlighted text within articles. These relationships can be connections between specific theories or to concepts that underlie a number of theories. The theories are also indexed according to content domain and type of learning."
The UK's Higher Education Academy has resources under eight nine themes: Assessment and feedback; Education for sustainable development; Employability; Flexible learning; Internationalisation; Online learning; Retention and success; Reward and recognition; and Students as Partners.
The Higher Education Academy in the UK also funded a network of 36 "Subject Centres" to support teaching and learning initiatives, research and dissemination at the disciplinary level (http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/disciplines). Much of the material could be applied to other subjects, so you may want to hunt around in other disciplines as well as your own.