Those who can, do;
those who know how they can, teach.
(apologies to G.B. Shaw)

The Online Language Learning Database

Easy Counting - Three Math Lessons 

Can Discovery and Intuition Be Taught?  

Playing Around  

Discovery in Mathematics: an example

Why Discovery and Intuition Are Not Taught by Jerome Bruner

Guess How to Teach...Teach How to Guess!

Learning: Discovery, not Mimicry

Leading the Student through Questions

Lessons on Energy

Be Quantitative!

Teaching Assistant Seminar  

The Four Steps in Teaching Engineering  

Outside-In Electrical Engineering Instruction for Non-EE Majors Roadstrum and Wolaver

The Socratic Method: Teaching by Asking Instead of by Telling Rick Garlikov

Five Stumbling Blocks to Engineering Education by Jack D. Lubahn

The Student Needs To Do It Himself by Jack D. Lubahn

Feynman on Lecturing by Richard P. Feynman

Gibbons on Instruction by Edward Gibbons

The Need for Better Science and Math Teaching

"Phase-Locked Loop Circuit Design" by Dan Wolaver

"Digital Phase Processing" by Dan Wolaver

"Electrical Engineering for All Engineers" by William Roadstrom and Dan Wolaver