Documenting Your Teaching
The Center for Teaching & Assessment of Learning is pleased to support all educators at the University of Delaware. We offer a variety of resources to help you refine your courses and syllabi for intentional planning of your students’ learning experiences as well as to satisfy your department’s learning goals. Please click the toggles below to learn more about Designing Your Course, Engaging Your Students, and Assessing Student Learning
Designing Your Course
- Academic Integrity*
- Backward Design
- Creating Your Syllabus
- Creating Equitable Access in the Classroom (new)
- Considerations for using and addressing advanced automated tools in coursework and assignments (new)
- Design Considerations to Decrease Student Stress (new)
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Helping Students Learn How To Learn (new)
- Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
- Writing Learning Outcomes
Assessing Student Learning
* These resources link to external websites that provide excellent information on the given topic. To best serve your needs, we encourage you to speak with a CTAL staff member.
Responsibility for and authority over academics at the University of Delaware lies with the faculty and we support the faculty in carrying out these charges, including the very important charge of understanding the extent of student learning in our courses and activities. Faculty in academic programs are responsible for (a) maintaining program educational goals that clearly state what students should learn through their completion of the program and (b) systematically assessing the extent of student achievement of those goals, including dissemination and use of that information on a regular basis.