We prepared this manual for instructors interested in using BBST materials in their own classes. It explains how to acquire your own copies of course materials; acquaints you with other resources for teaching software testing; and introduces the BBST philosophy, course model, and our pedagogical strategies. In Section One, we emphasize general skills useful for working in a fully or partially online environment. Later sections focus on how to use specific subsets of the BBST materials. Each subset is suitable for a short, professional development course. If you work in an academic environment, you can combine subsets into one or more semester-long courses for undergraduate or graduate credit.
Fiedler, R.L., Kaner, C., Hoffman, D. (2012). Black box software testing instructor's manual: foundations in software testing, bug advocacy, and test design courses (CS-2012-01). Melbourne, FL. Florida Institute of Technology.