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2008

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  1. Why not make THEM do the work? - Active learning in the engineering classroom


  2. Back Matter


    Photographs of contributors for 2008.

  3. Many Are Called, But Few Show Up: Building Scholarly Communities in a Busy University


  4. Why not make THEM do the work? - Active learning in the engineering classroom

    Tomasko, David L.

  5. Why not make THEM do the work? - Active learning in the engineering classroom

    Tomasko, David L.

  6. Engaging the "Mob" - Keeping Attention in a Large Classroom


  7. On First Impressions: Making the Most of the First Day of Class


  8. What is Teaching?


    What is teaching? As I started putting this essay together, I realized that most of my remarks were aimed at students and junior faculty. What is written here, then, is my attempt to speak to the newcomers in teaching. What is also here is a list of things that worked for me in the classroom, the clinic and the laboratory. I am giving you some highlights from my ca. 35 years of experience with teaching. But there is a caveat: I have no formal training in teaching and have never performed any research in teaching. A lot of my conclusions...

  9. To Provoke or to Encourage? - Combining Both within the Same Methodology


  10. But What's the Right Answer? Bottom Lines in Teaching the Humanities


  11. The Never-Ending Rehearsal We Call Teaching


  12. Making Sense of Darwin for Nonmajors: Strategies to Increase Understanding and Acceptance of Evolution


  13. Gathering and Using Feedback and Data to Improve Teaching


    One of the things that all great teachers share is the willingness to grow and develop as teachers. This growth is likely most effective and efficient if treated as a scholarly process, basing changes on data rather than only on assumptions. This essay will suggest ways to gather information on ways to develop new strategies and practices, as well as ways to document and share teaching innovations.

  14. Teaching as an Art


  15. Introduction and Acknowledgements


  16. Front Matter


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