This book builds on a simple premise: good teaching cannot be reduced to technique but is rooted in the identity and integrity of the teacher.
A practical guide to how to think through the process of researching a project.
Two dozen teachers, librarians, administrators, and writing center professionals share their expertise and insights on successfully utilizing the frameworks for writing and information literacy.
The Information Literacy User’s Guide
introduces students to critical concepts of information literacy as defined for the information-infused and technology-rich environment in which they
Practice-focused newsletter with summations of SoTL findings, plus columns on “what works” for assignments and in-class teaching.
Roadmap specifically for librarians who are new to instruction, or who are charged with training someone who is new.
Strategies to guide students towards meeting instructors' expectations for critical thinking. Includes sections on active learning, assessment, and the ACRL Framework.
Research relevant to the classroom use of primary sources from the Teaching Primary Source Consortium Group and the Educational Development Center.
This book, written by Wiggins and McTighe, explains the rationale of backward design and explores in greater depth the meaning of such key ideas as essential questions and transfer tasks.
This book focuses on the elements found when designing a library instruction program: Design, Implementation, and Administration.