Thirty-three online training modules have been developed to supplement the first five books in the series. Each takes about 1 hour to complete. These modules can be completed in order or as stand-alone training opportunities.
Book One: The Profession & Practice of Teaching
Book Two: A Closer Look at Learning
- Introductory Model - Student Learning Centered Teaching **
- Truths and Myths about Emerging Adult Learners
- History of the Models:Soul, Spirit, Psyche, System
- SOUL: A Traditional Model: Mind/Heart/Body **
- SPIRIT: Traditional Christian and LDS Insights on Learning
- PSYCHE: The Grand Models of Mind - Behaviorism, Constructivism, etc.
- Perry’s Model of Cognitive Development among College Aged Students **
- 100 YEARS OF EMPIRICISM: Lessons from Benjamin Bloom and John Hattie **
- SYSTEM: Mind, Brain and Education -Emerging Neurological Models of Learning
- Bringing It All Together - 3000 Years of Educational Wisdom
Book Three: Systematic Inquiry and Assessment
- The Need for Outcomes and Data
- Getting Started in Classroom Research
- Knowledge Surveys **
- Statistical Analysis of the Gradebook
- Department and Program Level Assessment
- Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs)
Book Four: Best Practices in Course Design
- The Backwards Design Model: Outcomes and Assessments
- The Backwards Design Model: Outcomes and Assessments - Part II
- The Backwards Design Model: Activities, Content and Alignment
- Designing Effective Grading
- Flipping the Course Calendar
- Best Practices in Syllabus Design
- Getting the Course Online - Principles of Effective Course Sites **
- Universal Design and Copyright
Book Five: Principles of Instruction
- Managing the Affect and the Culture
- Managing the Process and the Content
- Structuring Whole Class Engagement
- Classroom Response Systems
- Team Based Learning
- Lesson Planning **
- ** Indicated modules required by new adjunct faculty **
- Adjunct Rembursement Form
- Book One: An Introduction to Teaching at BYU-Idaho, and offers the organizational structure to the first five books in the series.
- Book Two: A Closer Look at Student Learning helps define and clarify our understanding of the learning process we are aiming for at the center of the model.
- Book Three: Best Practices in Systematic Inquiry and Assessment looks at the data and research context in which all of our other work takes place.
- Book Four: Best Practices in Course Design looks at the skill sets necessary to plan the student learning experience based on our content knowledge and to align our instructions practice.
- Book Five: Principles of Instruction looks at the principles underlying effective instructional practice which promote student engagement with the content material and alignment with the course outcomes defined in the course design process.
- BOOK SIX: Teaching Across Modalities
- BOOK SEVEN: Introduction to the CFS Process
- BOOK EIGHT: Professional Development at BYU-Idaho
- BOOK NINE: Faculty Leadership for Deans and Chairs
- BOOK TEN: Quick Reference Guide