Welcome to our resources page! We will be updating this list periodically with new articles, so check back often! To access the Future Leaders in Pedagogical Development (FLIP'D) blog posts generated by our 390X participants, click here.
General Policies - A list of campus resources, including descriptions, contact information, and links.
Learning Assistants (Information for Students) - Students interested in becoming Learning Assistants can learn more about the Certified Learning Assistants Program (CLAP).
Thank a Teacher - A form to your instructor or TA about how awesome they are.
Facilitating Student Success
Considering Student Completion of the Writing Requirement - Steps to help students be successful with academic writing.
Engaging First Generation Students - Four steps for supporting first-generation students.
Increasing Success for Low-Income Students - Four steps for supporting low-income students.
Teaching International Students - Some small changes to teaching methods that greatly increase opportunities for international students to succeed.
Learning Assistants (Information for Faculty) - Faculty who teach a course with regular opportunities for small-group work in class and/or in discussion can utilize undergraduate learning assistants. Priority is given to classes that are large and difficult.
List of Active Learning Certified Faculty - A comprehensive list of UCI faculty who are Active Learning Certified.
TA Feedback Survey - Faculty can survey their TAs on course organization and classroom activities.
The Peer Evaluation of Teaching - Suggested components of effective peer evaluation of teaching.
The Reflective Teaching Statement - A couple of key elements of a reflective teaching statement, including examples of snippets from successful teaching statements.
Teaching Strategies and Course Design
Syllabus Template - Here is a syllabus template with recommended sections, as well as tips on what to include.
Teaching Strategies and Materials - General overviews for implementing active learning in large classes, flipping courses, creating effective writing assignments, creating effective group work, promoting student reading and comprehension, and effectively managing time.