The Center for Teaching Effectiveness offers TAMUK faculty a variety of resources in support of their professional development. These include workshops on effective teaching strategies; a library of print materials and videos; sample tenure and promotion portfolios; teaching awards; and funding for travel for conference presentations.
Teaching Writing in the Discipline
The Undergraduate Writing Center (www.tamuk.edu/writingcenter) offers faculty and students several resources for writing intensive courses.
Faculty are specifically referred to http://cultureofwriting.weebly.com/ for resources on developing assignments and activities for writing in the discipline, grading and responding to student writing, as well as guidelines for developing and submitting a proposal for a writing intensive course.
Reading Room and Lending Library
The Center for Teaching Effectiveness offers faculty a collection of books, videos, DVDs, and articles as resources for teaching effectiveness. These materials may be perused in the Reading Room located in Library 203 or borrowed for temporary use. The Center also has sample portfolios for tenure and promotion which may be reviewed in the Reading Room.
To browse through the resources available, please contact Jaya Goswami at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Constructing a syllabus
Click here for required components and guidelines for constructing a syllabus for courses taught at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Results of the CTE Faculty Survey, Spring 2014
This page was last updated on: September 30, 2015