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Teaching and Learning On the Edge of the Millennium: Building On What We…

by Marilla Svinicki

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0787948748, Paperback)

In honor of the new century and the twentieth anniversary of New Directions for Teaching and Learning, this issue reviews the past and current research on teaching, learning, and motivation, and envisions where the field is headed in the next century. Chapters revisit the topics from the best-selling NDTL issues, offering the latest developments in group-based learning, effective communication, teaching for critical thinking, the seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education, teaching for diversity, and teaching in the information age.

This is the 80th issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Teaching and Learning .

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