Teaching, Course Development and Pedagogy
Assessment of Student Learning (login req.) Aids in the understanding of teaching, learning and students' academic and cocurricular experiences.
Academic Calendar. Important dates throughout the academic year.
Add/Drop & Pass/Fail Periods. Brandeis offers students the opportunity to explore course offerings during the add/drop period.
Brandeis Core. Forms and resources to assist in teaching Brandeis' general education requirements.
Checklist for Remote/Hybrid Course Syllabi for Brandeis Courses. Provides helpful guidelines for creating syllabi conducive for remote learning.
Class Absences / Makeup Quizzes and Exams. Instructors are strongly encouraged to include their individual policies for attendance, quizzes and exams in their syllabi and to discuss them during the first day of class.
Instructors Supervising Undergraduate Teaching Assistants. Faculty supervising undergraduate teaching assistants who will have grading responsibilities are asked to review Best Practices/Tips for Preparing and Supporting Undergraduate Teaching Assistants and to obtain their signatures on this form.
Leading Practices for Teaching Remotely. Explores three formats to consider when teaching remotely.
Affordable and Open Educational Resources Grants. Supports faculty who are interested in incorporating open educational resources into their courses. Also allows faculty to engage with librarians, instructional designers and faculty fellows from the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Freishtat Accessible Course Excellence in Teaching Grants. Provides support for faculty to develop expertise in creating course materials that are accessible to students with disabilities.
Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research and Creative Projects. These competitive awards of up to $3,500 per year may be used to support course development.
Support at Brandeis. A central repository of support services and resources for the Brandeis community.
Technology Resources. Information about computers and software; academic and research technologies; media and classrooms; and more.
University Library. Information about course reserves, assistance identifying materials, helping students (and faculty) develop skills in digital literacy and more.