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Teaching in the Sciences: A Handbook for Part-Time & Adjunct Faculty

by Dr. Michael Collins

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Teaching in the Sciences is a unique professional development resource for college faculty who teach in the science classroom. The book can be used by faculty in any science discipline and offers guidance for those who teach on either the undergraduate or graduate level. Teaching in the Sciences helps readers focus on the essentials, including: course development improving the science lecture student retention teaching non-science majors written assignments in the science classroom technology evaluation and testing

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