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The KnowledgeBank at OSU (82.538 recursos)

Knowledge Bank contains collections of presentations, publications and reports related to Ohio State University.


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  1. Front Matter

  2. Introduction

  3. What Does It Mean to Be a Buckeye?

    Originally delivered as part of the commencement address at The Ohio State University on August 30, 2003.

  4. The Top 10 Things You Should Know About Your Professors

    Originally delivered as part of the President's Convocation at The Ohio State University on September 22, 2003.

  5. Teaching on a College Campus: Embracing Change

  6. Why I Teach Introductory Courses

  7. Want to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Lectures? Try Guided Notes

    Like most professors, preparing and giving lectures is a big part of what I do for a living. In this paper, I briefly discuss some pros and con of lecturing as a teaching method, describe how a strategy called "guided notes" can make lecturing more effective, and offer some specific suggestions for developing and using guided notes.

  8. Why "Creative" Writing?

    I am a novelist; I never called myself a "creative" writer until I entered the Academy, where the difference between "writers" (everyone) and "creative writers" (those of us who practice imaginative writing of one form or another, rather than scholarship of any form at all) had to be delineated. I teach "creative writing classes," though that phrase tells one nothing much at all about what I teach, and how I do it.

  9. On Questions: Asking Them, Answering Them, and Learning From Them

    As teachers we are generally in the business of giving information, an act that typically takes the form of statements or assertions or demonstrations. At the same time, too, we also ask questions, in large part to stimulate students or to test their knowledge in some way. Finally, we receive questions, in particular ones the students throw our way in the hopes of gaining both clarification and knowledge. These two aspects of questioning both have considerable value in fostering learning, and thus there is another facet to consider with regard to questions, namely learning from them.

  10. Back Matter

    Brief biographies of contributers.

  11. Teaching Diversity: A Lifelong Journey

    When I came to The Ohio State University in 1988, I was asked to develop a multicultural education course. I was delighted to have the opportunity to create a course about a topic for which I had great passion and commitment. What has evolved is a 15-year journey of preparing education personnel and others to understand and appreciate an increasingly diverse world with the goal of creating cross-culturally competent individuals.

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