Please browse the collection of teaching tools in the sections below.
General Faculty Information
Berkeley Haas information for Ladder and Professional Faculty, directory of the Haas Faculty, and useful contacts for New Instructors.
Haas Faculty and Research information, as well as Haas Teaching Awards and recent award winners
Berkeley Haas PowerPoint Templates
Berkeley Haas PowerPoint Templates to present a sharper, more unified message for our school.
Download the Berkeley Haas PowerPoint templates (Google Drive)
Teaching Tips: From TIES Student Feedback
Tips to improve teaching performance based on student evaluations.
Tools to engage students and help them feel more welcome, as well as sample syllabi and Berkeley Haas PowerPoint Templates.
10 Easy to Implement Experiential Exercises
Easy Exercises to Randomize Student Groups for Classroom Activities
Helping International Students Succeed in the Classroom
LinkedIn Student Voices Campaign, letter by Robert Strand, Executive Director of The Center for Responsible Business
Recommendations for New Faculty, sponsored by Rick Reis and The Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning
Redacted Sample Syllabus, Leadership Communication, Fall 2014
Redacted Sample Syllabus, UGBA101, Spring 2015
Strategies of Contingent or Just-in-Time Teaching and Peer Instruction, sponsored by Rick Reis and The Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning
Grading and Assessment Helpful Links
Helpful links on Grading Policies, Curve Policies, and other related items.
Haas Grading Policy (PDF)
Haas Grading Curve Policies (PDF)
Course Grading Compliance Tool (Excel)
UC Berkeley Center for Teaching and Learning: Rubric Resources
Cornell University Center for Teaching Excellence: Assessment Resources
Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching: Grading Student Work
Washington University Center for Teaching and Learning: Assessing Student Learning
University of Michigan CRLT: Curricular Assessment and Evaluation
Promoting Diversity and Inclusion
Information on making the classroom a safer space for students by promoting diversity and inclusion.
7 Ways to Create an Inclusive Classroom, As a faculty member, you play a critical role in deciding what climate you would like your classroom to have and you have the opportunity to set the tone.
Creating Inclusive Classrooms for Trans and Gender Expansive Students
Encouraging Student Participation in the University Classroom
Tips on Teaching and Advising International Students
Teaching Students With Learning Disablities
Academic Integrity and Policies
Information on how to deal with various forms of academic dishonesty.
Campus Proctoring Service at the Disabled Students Program (DSP) is available for faculty who need assistance in providing exam accommodations for students with disabilities.
Chancellor’s Letter on Civility on Campus
GSI’s Reader’s-Policy on Providing Support from the Dean’s Office
Guidelines Concerning Scheduling Conflicts with Academic Requirements, Guidelines for Student Accomodations
Haas School Policy for Handling Incidents of Academic Dishonesty
Proposed Rights and Responsibilities of Students and Instructors
Student Accomodation Policies and Guidelines
Study.Net Copyrights (PDF)
Visit Other Learning Centers
Links to other leaning centers.
UC Berkeley Center for Teaching and Learning
Harvard’s C. Roland Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning
Key Berkeley CTL Resources
Berkeley CTL Individual Consultation and Open Classrooms
Berkeley CTL Professional Enrichment