Compendium for Teaching Excellence
Resources for Teaching
The Compendium for Teaching Excellence (CTE) provides resources to enable faculty to become exceptional instructors. Whether you are a new instructor seeking insight into teaching the case method, a veteran instructor who wants a new perspective on classroom presentation or grading strategies, a ladder faculty member looking to improve teaching evaluations, or an old hand developing a new course, CTE offers a range of resources to help you improve as an instructor and elevate learning for Haas students.
The Compendium holds a wide-ranging collection of curated materials for teaching excellence from many sources, including experienced and award-winning Haas faculty members. These include:
The teaching resources section has materials from past teaching workshops as well as videos:
- WORKSHOPS AND VIDEOS:
- Continuous Learning Events Videos (CLE): Extensive collection of videos and materials from past workshops on subjects like case method teaching, engaging students, and grading and assessment.
- New Faculty Orientation Videos: videos and handouts from the 2014 and 2015 orientation sessions.
- INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT: Assortment of videos, books, Student Feedback Analysis (Qualitative Reports) and teaching resources, vital to assessing and improving teacher performance.
- REFERENCE LIBRARY: Collection of outstanding books, training materials and articles on all aspects of teaching, as well as specific aspects, such as the case method. The actual library can be found in the Professional Faculty Suite (F502).
CASES & SYLLABI:
This section offers a searchable database of both the cases that are taught here and syllabi from Berkeley-Haas courses. Here you can learn more about the Case method, find out what cases are already in use at Haas, understand the protocol for faculty on the adoption of new Cases, review cases developed here in the Berkeley-Haas Case series or find cases written to promote diversity and inclusion.
NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION:
This is a set of videos and downloadable hand-outs on various teaching topics covered at the most recent New Faculty Orientation. Presented by Haas’ most successful instructors and outside consultants, the workshops offer a mix of practical teaching suggestions, introduction to the culture of Berkeley-Haas, and insight into such salient teaching topics as the case method and participant-centered learning.