Resources for Teaching Writing
The Writing Program supports the teaching of writing by organizing and encouraging College-wide involvement in writing across the curriculum. All academic departments participate in the College Writing Program, offering "writing intensive" courses within the major and in the First-Year Seminar Program. And members of our staff participate in lunch meetings, open to all faculty and instructors, on the teaching of writing.
Facebook in Large Lecture Courses
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Teaching Strategies and Complementary Tools
Every instructor has her/his own way of teaching. Often there is no single strategy rather a blend of different ones. Depending on the strategies that you use when teaching, certain technologies are worth considering. The sub-pages of this section describe a variety of teaching strategies and provide information on each.
The LIS Curricular Technology Team has been hard at work developing expanded information about many technological options. Each teaching strategy page links to relevant information about specific technologies.
Resources for Faculty
The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research hosts discussions, round tables, and talks about teaching at Middlebury. We invite interested faculty to join in our discussions about teaching and to attend the events in our Pedagogy Series.
Teaching and Learning in the Liberal Arts: Constructing Meaningful Connections
The Education Studies Program is grounded in and grows out of the strength and excellence of the Middlebury College liberal arts curriculum. The College's aim has been to educate students in the liberal arts tradition who can bring their learning to bear on practical and significant real-world problems and concerns. In gaining a well-balanced liberal arts education, the Middlebury student majors in a recognized field of inquiry and undertakes a minor in education studies which provides a cross-disciplinary focus on the teaching and learning process.