In collaboration with educators and leaders across campus, we’ve created a collection of audio and video instructional resources. These asynchronous materials are intended to help busy faculty enhance their approach to teaching on their own time.
Below, you’ll find an assortment of alternative-format resources, including videos, PowerPoint recordings, audio clips, and more. This collection is organized by our four areas of excellence: Inclusive Teaching, Curriculum Development & Design, Developing Future Faculty, and The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Video Series: Facilitating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the College Classroom
These short videos developed by 2020-2021 TLI Faculty Innovator Dr. Stefanie Benjamin provide simple, actionable steps for making your classroom more inclusive and welcoming for all students.
Featured Video: Inclusive Language with Dr. Stefanie Benjamin
Video Series: Just in Time Teaching Tips
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, UTK faculty have navigated through significant challenges and found innovative ways to support student learning.
To celebrate their innovations, we created a video series to offer tips on how to increase student success in the classroom. These Just in Time Teaching Tips are only 1-2 minutes long and offer ideas that can be quickly implemented across disciplines.
Video: How to Construct a Learner-Centered Syllabus
This video provides excellent tips to help instructors create a more engaging, inclusive, and effective syllabus that meets students’ needs.
Audio Clips: COVID-19 Teaching Tips from Dr. Cindy Welch
These short clips from Dr. Cindy Welch, College of Communication and Information, provide ways that instructors can adapt their classrooms to meet their student’s needs during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Check out our SoundCloud for more teaching tips.
Share Your Tips With Us!
Do you have advice to share with other instructors? Do you have a great idea for a TLI video or audio resource? Let us know!
Email your ideas or completed content to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be featured in this collection. Your contributions are very valuable for helping our students and instructors succeed.