Black box software testing instructor's manual: foundations in software testing, bug advocacy, and test design courses
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.