Teaching Information for Clemson
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Teaching Resource Guide
The 2022-23 Clemson Teaching Resource Guide is updated annually, to bring together information from units across campus that are connected to the teaching mission of the university.
The OTEI has worked with the Division of Undergraduate Studies and offices across campus to bring you syllabus resources: The Syllabus Template Part One 2022-23 and the University Policies and Student Support Syllabus Part Two 2022-23 document (or pdf).The Syllabus Part One and Part Two can help you keep your syllabus up-to-date with university policies, practices, and resources.
Part One is a student-centered template which you can rewrite to suit your needs. It notes specifically which elements are required by Clemson, and it is reviewed annually. Since it uses a Word template, it is in an accessible format.
Part Two is revised by applicable units on campus so that student resources and university policies are up-to-date. It can added to the end of your syllabus OR be saved as a separate document (a syllabus "part two"), thus making your syllabus easier to read. It is designed to be accessible and, for easy reading, has icons to help students track topics.
Modify either document, adopt wholesale, distribute, post to Canvas, or search the Canvas Commons for #OTEI and import part two. It is your choice!
OTEI COURSES FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Looking for the latest on designing your assignments? Take the Learning-Focused Assignment Design course for instructors, in Clemson Canvas. This course prepares you to revise or create assignments using the latest research into assignment design and this research-based guide, based on transparent design for improved student learning.
for designing goals, materials, lessons, and assessments from the beginning to meet the needs of all students, including students with diverse needs. It includes three principles for curriculum design: multiple means of engagement, expression, and representation.
Interested in more UDL? Get information on creating an accessible, inclusive course based on "universal design for learning" principles by enrolling in our new course Engaging All Learners Through Teaching Practices, also created by Dr. Michelle Rogers, College of Education. Self-enroll to access the course
For support specifically on creating accessible materials for your course, visit Clemson's Accessibility Portal.