Introduction to the class
Why this class?
Short History of Teaching and Learning the American University
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|2||What we know about student learning in higher education|| |
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|3||Developing your teaching philosophy|| |
Teaching Philosophy Statements
|5||Teaching Methodologies: Part I - Lecturing|| |
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|6||Teaching Methodologies: Part II - Active Learning, Why and How?|| |
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|8||Designing Homework and Exam Questions|| |
Forsyth, Donelson R. "Testing: Strategies and Skills for Evaluating Learning." Chapter 4 in The Professor's Guide to Teaching: Psychological Principles and Practices. American Psychological Association, 2003. ISBN: 9781557989604.
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|9||Teaching Problem Solving|| |
Crouch, Catherine H., and Eric Mazur. "Classroom Demonstrations: Learning Tools or Entertainment?" American Journal of Physics 72, no. 9 (2004).
|10||Grading and Assessment|| |
Forsyth, Donelson R. "Grading (and Aiding): Helping Students Reach Their Learning Goals." In The Professor's Guide to Teaching: Psychological Principles and Practices. American Psychological Association, 2003. ISBN: 9781557989604.
|11||Teaching in a Multicultural Classroom|| |
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