Resources for evidence-based teaching practices and institutional change
suggested by members of our Network

Resources on evidence-based effective teaching practices

Teaching for Student Success--interviews with leaders in education research, including findings and applications from their studies

Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning (Lang, 2016) An engaging explanation of small changes teachers can make to incorporate evidence-based practices into their classes.
Teaching and Learning STEM (Felder & Brent 2016)
Teach Students How to Learn (Maguire, 2015)
Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning (Brown, Roediger, & McDaniel, 2014)
Creating the Path to Success in the Classroom (Gabriel, 2018)
Inclusive Teaching--Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom (Hogan & Sathy, 2022)

Resources on institutional change

The Excellence Project--describes the Inclusive Excellence Initiative, funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, with episodes devoted to different institutions that participate and their experiences

"Change theory in STEM higher education: a systematic review" by DL Reinholz, I White, and T Andrews (2021). International Jounal of STEM Education 8:37. This review describes 8 different theories used in the literature to explain how change occurs in STEM higher education.

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