Center for Instructional Excellence: You can take advantage of the Center’s numerous workshops, teaching tips and tools for gathering student feedback, as well as a test scoring and analysis service.
Effective Teaching (Getting off to a Good Start) Workshop (PDF): Get tips on planning a course, lecturing effectively, encouraging student involvement in class, addressing student problems and more in this comprehensive guide by Richard M. Felder, Ph.D., of North Carolina State University and Rebecca Brent, Ph.D., Education Designs, Inc.
Faculty Development: Here, you’ll find a number of initiatives and organizations designed to help you enhance your leadership and teaching skills.
Frontiers of Engineering Education: The Frontiers of Engineering Education (FOEE) Symposium brings together some of the nation’s most engaged and innovative engineering educators in order to recognize, reward, and promote effective, substantive, and inspirational engineering education
Mentoring Workshop (PDF): This comprehensive guide by Richard M. Felder, Ph.D., of North Carolina State University and Rebecca Brent, Ph.D., Education Designs, Inc. addresses best practices in orientation and mentoring for new faculty.
Office of Undergraduate Education (Engineering): You’ll find the Grade Appeals Committee, Engineering Curriculum Committee, Purdue Engineer of 2020 Committee, Undergraduate Chairs Committee, Academic Advising Committee and Purdue Engineering President’s Council in this office.
Teach with Technology: Have questions about integrating technology into your classroom? ITaP can help—with instructional technology services, training and support that will help you deliver effective technology-enhanced learning experiences.
Teaching Academy: Bringing together outstanding scholar-teachers from across the curriculum, the Teaching Academy gives you the opportunity to work with others on meaningful educational initiatives, as well as attend programs and activities designed to foster creativity, innovation and effectiveness inside and outside the classroom.