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Teaching and Learning in the College Classroom

Kenneth A. Feldman, Michael B. Paulsen - Education - 1998 - 724 pages
This comprehensive review of classic and recent research in the area addresses issues from diverse theoretical and philosophical perspectives including educationist, feminist ...
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Models for improving college teaching: a faculty resource, Volume 5, Issue 6

Jon E. Travis, George Washington University. Graduate School of Education and Human Development, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education - Education - 1997 - 137 pages
One of the purposes of this collection is to encourage faculty to reflect on the learning process and on the influence of their teaching. Higher education in the United States ...
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The department chair: new roles, responsibilities and challenges

Alan T. Seagren, John W. Creswell, Daniel W. Wheeler, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education - Education - 1993 - 116 pages
Surveys the roles and responsibilities of the department chair--from its history to future challenges. Looks at the influence of institution and the chair's academic discipline ...
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Faculty socialization as cultural process: a mirror of institutional commitment

William G. Tierney, Robert A. Rhoads, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education - Education - 1994 - 110 pages
Reports on the significance and implications of faculty socialization, including the several levels of culture that affect socialization, and approaches to conceptualizing ...
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Faculty workload studies: perspectives, needs, and future directions

Katrina Anne Meyer, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education - Education - 1998 - 129 pages
Summarizes state studies of faculty workload and research on faculty productivity. Discusses problems with existing study designs and their results. Offers solutions with ...
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The vitality of senior faculty members: snow on the roof, fire in the furnace

Carole J. Bland, William H. Bergquist, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education - Education - 1997 - 169 pages
By the year 2000, 50 percent of full-time faculty will be over 55, and 68 percent will be over 50. Just when many universities and colleges in America are making major shifts ...
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The art and science of classroom assessment: the missing part of pedagogy

Susan M. Brookhart, George Washington University. Graduate School of Education and Human Development, Association for the Study of Higher Education - Business & Economics - 1999 - 121 pages
"An excellent, well-written, and thorough analysis of the major issues relevant to classroom assessment in higher education." --Catherine S. Taylor, associate professor of ...
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Academic Disciplines: Holland's Theory and the Study of College Students and ...

John C. Smart, Kenneth A. Feldman, Corinna A. Ethington - Education - 2000 - 277 pages
Using as a framework the "theory of careers" developed by John L. Holland, the authors of this volume examine the patterns of student stability and change inherent in the ...
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