Teaching Today's Students, Tips on Teaching

Pedagogy in Your In-Box

With the start of the new school year, you may be looking for some new ideas about teaching and learning.  Here are three e-mail based resources we in the Reinert Center follow.

Tomorrow’s Professor eNewsletter
Published 100 times during the academic year.

Subscribe at https://tomprof.stanford.edu/

Tomorrow’s Professor is a newsletter published by the Office of the Vice Provost of Teaching and Learning at Stanford University and edited by Rick Reis.  

This newsletter is a great way to keep up with research on teaching and learning because it features articles and chapters from various authors on topics ranging from digital textbooks to engaging students online.  As a bonus, it also covers research, and academic careers.

Chronicle of Higher Education Weekly Teaching Newsletter

Published every Thursday

Subscribe at https://www.chronicle.com/page/Get-the-Teaching-Newsletter/709/?cid=nwsltrtn&source=ams&sourceId=293388 

SLU University Libraries provide full access to the Chronicle of Higher Education to everyone on campus, but if you would rather get an email digest, the Chronicle offers several newsletters, including one devoted to teaching issues.  See the full list of available newsletters at https://www.chronicle.com/account/newsletters?cid=cheftr

The Teaching Professor Newsletter

Published Monthly

Learn how to create an account at https://www.slu.edu/cttl/publications/teaching-professor.php 

The Teacher Professor is a monthly newsletter that provides research, tips, and strategies on a wide range of teaching topics. Free access is provided to SLU instructors by the Reinert Center.