New Paradigms for College Teaching
William E. Campbell, Karl A. Smith
Interaction Book Company, 1997 - Active learning - 281 pages
Introduction / Wm. E. Campbell -- The renewal of community in higher education / Parker J. Palmer -- The use of stories in teaching / Nel Noddings -- The braiding of classroom voices : learning to write by learning to learn / Wendy Bishop and Toby Fulwiler -- Tools for tampering with teaching's taboos / Craig Nelson -- For openers, an inclusive course syllabus / Terrence Collins -- Student management teams : the heretic's path to teaching success / Edward B. Nuhfer -- Using knowledge maps to enhance excellence / Donald F. Danserau and Dianna Newbern -- Extending the classroom walls electronically / Tom Creed -- Cooperative learning for new teachers / Karl A. Smith and Alisha A. Waller -- Academic controversy : increase intellectual conflict and increase the quality of learning / David W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson -- Getting it together : learning communities / Valerie Ann Bystrom -- Afterword : new paradigms for college teaching / Karl A. Smith and Alisha A. Waller.
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The Renewal of Community in Higher Education
The Use of Stories in Teaching
The Braiding of Classroom Voices
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