- ConcepTests are conceptual multiple-choice questions that focus on one key concept of an instructor's learning goals for a lesson. When coupled with student interaction through peer instruction, ConcepTests represent a rapid method of formative assessment of student understanding. Compiled by: David McConnell, North Carolina State University.
- Guided Discovery Problems allow students to sequentially uncover layers of scientific information one step at a time and learn new concepts as they do so. Compiled by: Ann Bykerk-Kauffman, California State University - Chico.
- Jigsaws are a cooperative learning structure that emphasizes both individual accountability and achievement of group goals. Compiled by Barbara Tewksbury, Hamilton College.
- Lecture Tutorials are short worksheets that students complete in class to make lecture more interactive. Compiled by: Karen M. Kortz, Community College of Rhode Island and Jessica J. Smay, San Jose City College
- Structured Academic Controversy is a type of cooperative learning strategy in which small teams of students learn about a controversial issue from multiple perspectives. Compiled by: Claudia Khourey-Bowers, Kent State University.
- Teaching with Google Earth provides detailed instructions for bringing rich imagery and interactive information into the classroom. Compiled by: Glenn A. Richard, Mineral Physics Institute, Stony Brook University.
- Teaching Urban Students describes who urban students are and how educators can address their particular needs in education. Compiled by: Wayne Powell, Brooklyn College, City University of New York.