Improving college teaching: strategies for developing instructional effectiveness

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Jossey-Bass, Jan 22, 1990 - Education - 232 pages
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This book shows college administrators, deans, department heads, and faculty development professionals how to improve the instructional performance of faculty members. It offers strategies for overcoming resistance and motivating faculty members to improve their teaching--and identifies the resources, activities, and services that will help them to succeed.

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Contents

Overcoming Faculty Resistance
21
A FiveStep Process
32
Ongoing Assessment and Feedback
53
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MARYELLEN WEIMER is director of instructional development at the Pennsylvania State University. Weimer's scholarly interests focus on college teaching and the process of improving it. She is the editor of an issue of the New Directions for Teaching and Learning series entitled Teaching Large Courses Well (Jossey-Bass, 1987) and coauthor of How Am I Teaching? Forms and Activities for Acquiring Instructional Input (with M. Kerns and J. Parrett, 1988).

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