Templates and Guidelines

Resources developed by us are useful to teachers for designing, implementing, and evaluating teaching-learning strategies.

These resources are released under Creative Commons-Attribution 4.0 License. You are free to use, distribute and modify it, including for commercial purposes, provided you acknowledge the source.

The following resources are currently available for download:
  • Resources for designing and implementing Think-Pair-Share active learning strategy
  • Resources for designing and implementing Peer Instruction active learning strategy
  • Resources for self and peer evaluation of generated content

Resources for designing and implementing Think-Pair-Share(TPS) active learning strategy and peer instruction(PI)

Resource 1. Workshop on designing and implementing Think-Pair-Share active learning strategy by Prof. Sridhar Iyer
Video
Presentation

Resource 2. Activity Constructor to design and implement TPS in your course
PDF file
Doc file

Resource for designing and implementing Flipped Classroom Activity

(Contains examples from Digital Electronics)
PDF file

Learning Objectives and Assessment Questions at Bloom's Level

(Contains examples from Digital Electronics)
PDF file
PPT

Resource for self and peer evaluation of generated content

Evaluation rubric for Peer Instruction:
PDF file
Evaluation rubric for Think-Pair-Share:
PDF file

Template for Lesson Design

(Contains examples from Distributed Data Systems)
PDF file
Doc file

The below LD Templates are for using visualizations (animation, simulation, videos etc) within the classroom:

Visualizations for Conceptual Understanding: Doc1 Doc2
Visualizations for Inquiry: Doc1 Doc2
Visualizations for Multi-step Problem Solving: Doc1
Visualizations for Multiple Representations: Doc1 Doc2
Visualizations for Prediction: Doc1 Doc2
Visualizations for Procedural Understanding: Doc1 Doc2