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Problem Based Learning
Michigan Technological University, Center for Teaching Learning and Faculty Development: <http://www.admin.mtu.edu/ctlfd/othercenters.htm>.> Links to other teaching and learning centers.
University of Kansas, Center for Teaching Excellence: <http://www.ku.edu/~cte/resources/websites.html>. Links to teaching centers around the world.
University of Michigan, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching: <http://www.crlt.umich.edu>. The first teaching center in the country; links to teaching strategies and research.
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Center for Teaching Excellence: <http://cte.uncwil.edu/et/tlctrs.htm>. Links to teaching and learning centers in North Carolina and elsewhere.
University of Washington, Center for Instructional Development and Research: <http://depts.washington.edu/cidrweb/index.html>. CIDR Resources for Teaching include online or downloadable bulletins with useful tips and advice.
Association of American Colleges and Universities. <www.aacu.org>. National group "devoted to advancing and strengthening liberal learning for all students." See also its Greater Expectations resources at <www.greaterexpectations.org>.
|The Intentional Learner should show|
|the ability to integrate knowledge across fields, experiences, and levels of learning (integrative learning).||the ability to understand and interrelate among global communities (global learning).|
|the ability to formulate and answer complex questions (inquiry-based learning).||engagement with a diverse civic society (civic learning).|