Develop Critical Teaching Skills
Teaching is an ever-evolving discipline. We have award winning teachers that are pushing the boundaries of engineering education.
“College teaching may be the only skilled profession for which no preparation or training is provided or required. You get a Ph.D., join a faculty, they show you your office, and then tell you ‘By the way, you’re teaching 205 next semester. See you later.’ The result is the consistent use of teaching techniques that have repeatedly been shown to be ineffective at promoting learning.”
– Dr. Richard M. Felder
Dr. Richard M. Felder is the Hoechst Celanese Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering at North Carolina State University. Felder and his wife, Dr. Rebecca Brent, former East Carolina University education professor, have developed and led more than 300 teaching and faculty development workshops worldwide over the last two decades. Visit Rich Felder’s website for guidance on effective teaching techniques and tips that work and resources for using them.
External Teaching Resources
BU Center for Teaching and Learning
An excellent resource for topics such as Course Design, Engaging Students, and Teaching with Technology.
Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
CRLT was the first teaching center in the nation and supports and enhances learning and teaching at the university.
Faculty Teaching Excellence Program
The FTEP assists in developing skills, tools, and capacities that allow you to expand your pedagogy.
American Society for Engineering Education
ASEE is an nonprofit organization committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology.
Contact EFA → Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 919.515.3639 | Address: 2016 Engr Bldg II