Series: New Directions for Teaching and Learning

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Improving Teaching Styles by Kenneth Eugene Eble1
Learning, Cognition, and College Teaching by Wilbert James McKeachie2
Fostering Critical Thinking by Robert E. Young3
Learning About Teaching by Nodnan4
The Administrator's role in effective teaching by Alan Edward Guskin5
New Perspectives on Teaching and Learning by Warren Bryan Martin7
Interdisciplinary Teaching8
Motivating Professors to Teach Effectively10
Practices that Improve Teaching Evaluation11
Teaching Writings in All Disciplines by C. Williams Editor: Griffin12
Teaching values and ethics in college by Michael J. Collins13
Learning in Groups by Clark Bouton14
Teaching Minority Students by James H. Cones16
The First Year of College Teaching by L. Dee Fink17
Rejuvenating Introductory Courses by Karen I. Spear20
Teaching as though Students Mattered by Joseph Katz21
Strengthening the Teaching Assistant Faculty by John D.W. Andrews22
Using Research to Improve Teaching by Janet G. Donald23
College-School Collaboration: Appraising the Major Approaches by William T. Daly24
Communicating in College Classrooms26
Improving Teacher Education by Eva Galambos27
Distinguished Teachers on Effective Teaching by Peter G. Beidler28
Coping with Faculty Stress by Peter Seldin29
Developing Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving Abilities by James E. Stice30
Techniques for Evaluating and Improving Instruction by Lawrence M. Aleamoni31
Teaching Large Classes Well by Maryellen Gleason Weimer32
College Teaching and Learning: Preparing for New Commitments by Robert E. Young33
Assessing Students' Learning by James H. McMillan34
Knowing and Doing: Learning Through Experience by Pat Hutchings35
Strengthening Programs for Writing Across the Curriculum by Susan H. McLeod36
Promoting Inquiry in Undergraduate Learning by Frederick Weaver38
Teaching Assistant Training in the 1990s by Jody D. Nyquist39
Integrating Liberal Learning and Professional Education by Robert Armour40
Learning Communities: Creating, Connections Among Students, Faculty, and Disciplines by Faith Gabelnick41
Student Ratings of Instruction: Issues for Improving Practice by Michael Theall43
Excellent Teaching in a Changing Academy by Feroza Jussawalla44
College Teaching: From Theory to Practice by Robert J. Menges45
Classroom Research: Early Lessons from Success by Thomas A. Angelo46
Applying the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education by Arthur W. Chickering47
Effective Practices for Improving Teaching by Michael Theall48
Teaching for Diversity by Laura L. B. Border49
Developing New and Junior Faculty by Mary Deane Sorcinelli50
Teaching in the Information Age: The Role of Educational Technology by Michael Albright51
Promoting Diversity in College Classrooms: Innovative Responses for the Curriculum, Faculty, and Institutions by Maurianne Adams52
Building a Diverse Faculty by Joanne Gainen53
Preparing Faculty for the New Conceptions of Scholarship by Laurie Richlin54
Developing Senior Faculty as Teachers by Martin J. Finkelstein55
Student Self-Evaluation: Fostering Reflective Learning by Jean MacGregor56
Mentoring Revisited: Making an Impact on Individuals and Institutions by Marie A. Wunsch57
Interdisciplinary Studies Today by Julie Thompson Klein58
Collaborative Learning: Underlying Processes and Effective Techniques by Kris Bosworth59
Supplemental Instruction: Increasing Achievement and Retention by Deanna C. Martin60
Fostering Student Success in Quantitative Gateway Courses by Joanne Gainen61
Teaching Through Academic Advising: A Faculty Perspective by Alice G. Reinarz62
Understanding Self-Regulated Learning by Paul R. Pintrich63
Honoring Exemplary Teaching by Marilla Svinicki65
Teaching and Learning at a Distance by Thomas E. Cyrs71
Academic Service Learning: A Pedagogy of Action and Reflection by Jeffrey P. F. Howard73
Classroom Assessment and Research: An Update on Uses, Approaches, and Research Findings by Thomas Angelo75
The Impact of Technology on Faculty Development, Life, and Work by Kay Herr Gillespie76
Promoting Civility: A Teaching Challenge by Steven M. Richardson77
Motivation from Within: Approaches for Encouraging Faculty and Students to Excel by Michael Theall78
Teaching and Learning On the Edge of the Millennium: Building On What We Have Learned by Marilla Svinicki80
Strategies for Energizing Large Classes: From Small Groups to Learning Communities by Jean MacGregor81
Teaching to Promote Intellectual and Personal Maturity Incorporating Students' Worldviews and Identities into the Learning Process by Marcia B. Baxter Magolda82
Evaluating Teaching in Higher Education: A Vision for the Future by Katherine E. Ryan83
Principles of Effective Teaching in the Online Classroom by Renee E. Weiss84
Techniques and Strategies for Interpreting Student Evaluations by Karron G. Lewis87
Fresh Approaches to the Evaluation of Teaching by Christopher Knapper88
Applying the Science of Learning to University Teaching and Beyond by Milton D. Hakel89
Assessment Strategies for the On-line Class From Theory to Practice by Rebecca S. Anderson91
The Importance of Physical Space in Creating Supportive Learning Environments by Nancy Van Note Chism92
Valuing and Supporting Undergraduate Research by Joyce Kinkead93
Problem-Based Learning in the Information Age by Dave S. Knowlton95
Online Student Ratings of Instruction by D. Lynn Sorenson96
Building Faculty Learning Communities by Milton D. Cox97
Decoding the Disciplines: Helping Students Learn Disciplinary Ways of Thinking by David Pace98
Addressing Faculty and Student Classroom Improprieties by John M. Braxton99
Alternative Strategies for Evaluating Student Learning by Michelle V. Achacoso100
Advancing Faculty Learning Through Interdisciplinary Collaboration by Elizabeth G. Creamer102
Identity, Learning, and the Liberal Arts by Ned Scott Laff103
Spirituality in Higher Education by Sherry L. Hoppe104
Exploring Research-Based Teaching by Carolin Kreber107
Developing Student Expertise and Community: Lessons from How People Learn by Anthony J. Petrosino108
Self-Authorship: Advancing Students' Intellectual Growth by Peggy S. Meszaros109
Neither White Nor Male: Female Faculty of Color by Katherine Grace Hendrix110
Scholarship of Multicultural Teaching and Learning by Matthew Kaplan111
Curriculum Development in Higher Education: Faculty-Driven Processes & Practices by Peter Wolf112
Educating Integrated Professionals: Theory and Practice on Preparation for the Professoriate by Carol L. Colbeck113
Information Literacy: One Key to Education by Margit Misangyi Watts114
The Role of the Classroom in College Student Persistence by John M. Braxton115
Team-Based Learning: Small Group Learning's Next Big Step by Larry K. Michaelsen116
Improving the Climate for Undergraduate Teaching and Learning in STEM Fields by Roger G. Baldwin117
Internationalizing the Curriculum in Higher Education by Carolin Kreber118
Designing Courses for Significant Learning: Voices of Experience by L. Dee Fink119
As the Spirit Moves Us by Katherine Grace Hendrix120
Integrated General Education by Catherine M. Wehlburg121
Pathways to the Profession of Educational Development by Jeanette McDonald122
Landmark Issues in Teaching and Learning: A Look Back at New Directions for Teaching and Learning by Marilla Svinicki123
Experiential Education: Making the Most of Learning Outside the Classroom by Donna M. Qualters124
An Integrative Analysis Approach to Diversity in the College Classroom by Matthew Ouellett125
Self-Regulated Learning by Héfer Bembenutty126
Faculty and First-Generation College Students: Bridging the Classroom Gap Together by Harvey127
Evidence-Based Teaching by William Buskist128
Inquiry-Guided Learning by Virginia S. Lee129
Teaching and Learning from the Inside Out: Revitalizing Ourselves and Our Institutions by Margaret Golden130
Interpersonal Boundaries in Teaching and Learning by Harriet L. Schwartz131
From Entitlement to Engagement: Affirming Millennial Students' Egos in the Higher Education Classroom by Dave S. Knowlton135
Doing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Measuring Systematic Changes to Teaching and Improvements in Learning by Gurung136
Active Learning Spaces by Paul Baepler137
Facilitative Collaborative Knowledge Co-Construction by Gertina J. van Schalkwyk143
Transformative Learning and Adult Higher Education: New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Number 147 (J-B TL Single Issue Teaching and Learning) by Judith Beth Cohen147
Enhancing Teaching and Learning Through Collaborative Structures: New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Number 148 (J-B TL Single Issue Teaching and Learning) by Jeffrey L Bernstein148
Hybrid Teaching and Learning: New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Number 149 (J-B TL Single Issue Teaching and Learning) by Kathryn E. Linder149

Related tags


  1. Classroom Research: Implementing the Scholarship of Teaching by K. Patricia Cross (1996)
  2. Leaving the Lectern: Cooperative Learning and the Critical First Days of Students Working in Groups by Dean A. McManus (2005)
  3. Thirteen Strategies to Measure College Teaching by Ronald A. Berk (2006)
  4. Changing Practices in Evaluating Teaching: A Practical Guide to Improved Faculty Performance and Promotion/Tenure Decisions by Peter Seldin (1999)
  5. Peer Review of Teaching: A Sourcebook by Nancy Van Note Chism (1999)
  6. Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning by José Antonio Bowen (2012)
  7. Thinking About Teaching and Learning by Robert Leamnson (1999)
  8. Learner-Centered Teaching: Five Key Changes to Practice by Maryellen Weimer (2002)
  9. Enhancing Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning: Professional Literature that Makes a Difference by Maryellen Weimer (2006)
  10. Developing Learner-Centered Teaching: A Practical Guide for Faculty by Phyllis Blumberg (2009)
  11. Student Success in College: Creating Conditions That Matter by George D. Kuh (2005)
  12. Collaborative Learning Techniques: A Handbook for College Faculty by Elizabeth F. Barkley (2005)
  13. Creating the Future of Faculty Development: Learning from the Past, Understanding the Present by Mary Deane Sorcinelli (2006)
  14. Engaging Large Classes: Strategies and Techniques for College Faculty by Christine A. Stanley (2002)
  15. Teaching Your First College Class: A Practical Guide for New Faculty and Graduate Student Instructors by Carolyn Lieberg (2008)

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