Our NSF CAMP faculty have developed various resources to assist in online teaching and mentorship. As part of the NSF CAMP research design, we used a comparison design of three mentorship styles–the traditional Socratic method, the Critical Response Method, the NABC method, and a new method developed specifically for Methods CAMP, the NQ-ABC. Download the flyers below to learn more.

NSF CAMP Feedback Method.

This handout explains how to implement our updated, research-tested, hybrid model that takes the aspects from each of the engineering Value Proposition method, the humanities Critical Response Process and the ancient Socratic method to help student develop their research proposals in a supportive environment. 


This document outlines how to implement the Value Proposition method that comes out of the engineering discipline to support project development.


The Critical Response Process handouts explains how to implement this method of feedback aimed at creating a supportive environment to receive feedback while putting the presenter in control of the process. 

Socratic Feedback

This handout explains how to implement the Socratic style of feedback that is common in academic settings. The last step includes reframing the feedback and the next steps to move the project forward. 

Zoom Best Practices (Instructors)

This document guides instructors how to make the best Zoom classroom experience possible.  

Zoom Best Practices CAMP Fellows

This handout outlines best practices for students in a Zoom classroom setting. 

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion  

As our classrooms in person and online get to be more diverse along a variety of intersecting identities, this handout includes some general best practices as well as links to website that have informative tips and guidance on how to create a welcoming classroom setting. 

Theme: Elation by Kaira.