Teaching & Learning in College: A Resource for Educators
Gary S. Wheeler
Info-Tec, 2002 - Education - 211 pages
Gary Wheeler of Miami University has assembled six leading educators to present a collection of issues offering valuable insight into the state of teaching and learning to a target audience of graduate students and relatively new higher education faculty. These are co-authors who speak authoritatitively on topics, but who have also taken the time to personalize the information. Topics include: the role of community in learning; diversity and new roles for faculty developers; computing the value of teaching dialogues; teaching and learning different academic settings; teaching and learning as a transactional process; and more than a thermometer-using assessment effectively. -- From publisher's description.
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