Taking Back the Classroom: Tips for the College Professor on Becoming a More Effective Teacher
A 240-page book filled with proven classroom management techniques used successfully by both new and experienced college faculty in all disciplines. Includes advice on establishing your credibility, what to do the first day of class, managing a diverse student population, managing difficult students, and managing webclasses.
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Determining Classroom Policies
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