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Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education Reading Packets


Alternatives to Traditional Teaching Methods and Learning Strategies

Cooperative/Collaborative Learning, Small Groups

Change, Renewal, and the Professoriate

Defining and Characterizing Teaching

Diversity Issues

Evaluation and Grading Issues

Improvement of Teaching and Assessment

Introductory Courses / General Education

Technology and Related Issues

The Learning Process

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006-2007 Essays on Teaching Excellence-Toward the Best in the Academy
A publication of The Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education.

  1. When Disability Enters a Teacher’s Life, Must the Teacher Stop Teaching?
  2. Student Plagiarism: How to Maintain Academic Integrity
  3. Incorporating Course-Level Evidence of Student Learning into Program Assessment
  4. Information Literacy: Imperatives for Faculty
  5. When Motivating Generation Y in the Classroom
  6. A Microteaching Model that Maximizes Feedback, Peer Engagement, and Teaching Enhancement
  7. Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Student Writing (but Were Afraid to Ask)
  8. Opening the Door: Faculty Leadership in Institutional Change

2007-2008 Essays on Teaching Excellence-Toward the Best in the Academy
A publication of The Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education.

  1. Integrative Learning and Teaching in First-Year Seminars
  2. Developing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Using Faculty Learning Communities
  3. Teaching, Learning, and Spirituality in the College Classroom
  4. Role-Play: An Often Misused Active Learning Strategy
  5. Building Assignments That Teach
  6. Collaboration or Plagiarism?  Explaining collaborative-Based Assignments Clearly
  7. The Right Start: Reflections on a Departmentally Based Graduate Course on Teaching
  8. The Useful, Sensible, No-Frills Departmental Assessment Plan