edited by Dr. Gary Wheeler
The Part-Time Press, 2011
211 pages. Paperback.
Higher education scholar Dr. Gary Wheeler, President Emeritus of Glen Oaks Community College, has assembled six leading educators to present what amounts to a master class in teaching aimed at graduate students and relatively new higher education faculty. Each contributor offers valuable insight into the state of teaching and learning. These are authors who can speak authoritatively on the subject of education, but who have taken the time to personalize the information. This book will help any educator come to terms with the day-to-day issues involved in becoming an effective teacher in today’s diverse higher education environment.
The Role of Community in Learning
Diversity and New Roles for Faculty Developers
Computing the Values of Teaching Dialogues
Teaching and Learning in Different Academic Settings
Teaching and Learning as a Transactional Process
More Than a Thermometer–Using Assessment Effectively
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