A first book on the Institute was published in 1984 by the College Board. A second book, published in 1991, contained a collection of exemplary curriculum units produced in the Institute.
Teaching in New Haven: The Common Challenge, 1991
Teaching in New Haven: The Common Challenge (1991) is a collection of exemplary curriculum units produced in the Institute. According to editor Thomas R. Whitaker, “They stand as examples of the distinctive process of individual curriculum development in which the Fellows of the Institute have been engaged.”
Teaching in America: The Common Ground, 1984
The first book on the Institute, Teaching In America: The Common Ground, was prepared for distribution initially to the Chief State School Officers, college and university presidents and chancellors, and government and foundation officials who attended the unprecedented 1983 Conference at Yale on the role higher education can and must play in strengthening teaching in American schools. An expanded edition published in 1984 by the College Board includes early evaluations of the Institute by Ernest L. Boyer, President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and Robert Kellogg, Dean of the College at the University of Virginia.