Preparing for Teaching This Academic Year

As I prepare to enter my 19th year teaching at the University, I have had the privilege of watching several alumni from our program (students I have taught) go on to become professors and teach at other universities, colleges, community colleges and other academic institutions. It is awesome to watch someone whom I’ve had in class go on to lead their own class.

However, I do admit I was taken aback one day when a women came up to me and said, “I had one of your former students as my professor last semester.” Time travels fast. I am also constantly asked about my experience as a professor and how someone should prepare for being a professor.

So in the spirit of helping folks become professional professors, here are some courses I’ve authored at Lynda.com that I can help you prepare to teach. Each of these courses share some tips, techniques and hopefully a little wisdom I’ve gathered over the years as I’ve worked to teach students the art and craft of Instructional Design.

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