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Peer Review Of Teaching

Author : Nancy Van Note Chism
ISBN : 1882982258
Genre : Education
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Peer review, when done well, has been seen to reinvigorate teaching, provide detailed appraisal, and enrich evidence on which decisions about compensation and promotion are made. In this concise, yet comprehensive book, Nancy Van Note Chism offers a framework for the use of peer review; lists the tasks involved in setting up a peer-review program; and provides guidelines, protocols, checklists, and reproducible rating forms for reviewing course materials, classroom performance and non-course teaching activities, such as overall departmental teaching efforts and teaching portfolios. She addresses institution-level issues: policies about peer review; responsibilities of administrators, reviewers, and reviewees; and the components of an effective peer-review system. The book is offered in the hope that providing examples and forms will not reduce the important work of peer review to mere forms or rigid procedures, but will empower faculty to articulate standards, perform their reviews systematically, and realize that engaging in peer reviews can be an approachable, helpful task. Peer reviews are rooted in the foundational approach of teaching as communal work that opens dialogue, probes assumptions, encourages sharing, and creates a culture that supports and sustains good teaching.

Evaluating Teaching In Higher Education A Vision For The Future

Author : Katherine E. Ryan
ISBN : 0787954489
Genre : Education
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This issue analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of current approaches to evaluating teaching and recommends practical strategies for both improving current evaluation methods and developing new ones. The contributors provide an overview of new techniques such as peer evaluations, portfolios, and student ratings of instructors and technologies that can help instructors become more effective and help institutions demonstrate that effectiveness. This is the 83rd issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Teaching and Learning.

Cases On Quality Teaching Practices In Higher Education

Author : Salter, Diane J.
ISBN : 9781466636620
Genre : Education
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Although educators continue to face the issue of maintaining quality teaching practices, academic managers and educational developers face significant challenges when changing in higher education teaching strategies. Cases on Quality Teaching Practices in Higher Education presents international case studies of individual approaches and institutional examples to benefit teachers at the individual level as well as institutional leaders involved in change. This publication is suitable for both undergraduate and graduate level courses in education related best practices in pedagogy, innovation in the use of technology, and the future direction of universities in the advancement of teaching practices.

A Guide To Faculty Development

Author : Kay Herr Gillespie
ISBN : 1882982452
Genre : Education
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Assembled and written under the auspices of the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education, this book is a fundamental resource for faculty developers, as well as for faculty and administrators interested in promoting and sustaining faculty development within their institution. Based on POD's classic volume. A Handbook for New Practitioners, this new book offers up-to-date and relevant information on a range of faculty development topics, including Setting up a faculty development program by examining organizational options, program types, and ten principles of good practice in creating and sustaining teaching and learning centers Assessing teaching practices: the evaluation process, individual consultation, classroom observation, and small group instructional diagnosis Practical strategies to consider in promoting a faculty development program, staging successful workshops, producing newsletters, using technology, and creating a positive classroom climate Reaching specific audiences such as department chairs and poor teachers Using problem-based learning Addressing diversity issues in the classroom, implementing multicultural faculty development activities, and including lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people How to establish a successful faculty development committee

Engaging Large Classes

Author : Christine A. Stanley
ISBN : 1882982517
Genre : Education
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Large classes have become a fact of life in colleges and universities across America; even as academic funding has decreased, class enrollments have continued to rise. Although students, teachers, and administrators are often concerned by the potentially negative impact of uneven teacher-to-student ratios, large classes also offer many potential advantages that are less recognized and not always maximized. In Engaging Large Classes, the authors demonstrate that large classes can be just as stimulating and rewarding as smaller classes. Written by experienced teachers of large classes across a wide range of disciplines and institutions, this book provides faculty members and administrators with instructional strategies and advice on how to enhance large class settings. This book summarizes many of the core issues related to successfully teaching large classes, including An honest review of the advantages and disadvantages of large classes Advice on how to design, plan, manage, and fairly assess large classes The universality of large-class issues across disciplines, from classroom management to working with teaching assistants Strategies for using classroom technology, active learning, and collaborative learning Seventeen detailed examples of large classes from a range of higher education institutions The authors not only present an overview of research on teaching large classes, they also equip readers with helpful insight into the mechanics of large-class pedagogy. This book has the potential to change the way academia views the reality of teaching large classes.

Author : Susan A. Holton
ISBN : 9789960408866
Genre : Education
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على نحو يتعذر اجتنابه، يواجه مدرسو وإداريو التعليم العالي خلافات في أدوارهم المعقدة والصعبة ومن خلال تركيز خاص على رؤساء الأقسام والعمداء، يساعد هذا الكتاب على تحليل أنواع عديدة من النزاعات في المؤسسة وبين الأشخاص التي غالباً ما تشاهد في التعليم العالي؛ كما يقدم الوسائل والطرائق الضرورية من أجل معالجة النزاعات و حلها. يقدم لنا المسهمون خبراتهم وتجاربهم من خلال دراساتهم للقضايا واقتراحاتهم وأمثلتهم وخططهم؛ كما يدعونك لاستخدام هذا الدليل العملي " لترميم الصدوع " في برجك الخاص بك. يشتمل المحتوى على : فكرة شاملة حول النزاعات في الأكاديمية لإدارة في عصر النزاعات، معالجة النزاعات من الوسط، رؤساء الأقسام مع عاملين مساندين، النزاعات بين العمداء ورؤساء الأقسام ، العميد والنزاع، النزاعات بين الإداريين والمدرسين، معالجة النزاعات في الخطوط الأمامية ، الشؤون الطلابية، والشؤون الأكاديمية، النزاعات بين المدرسين والمدرسين، النزاعات بين المدرسين والطلاب، النزاعات بين الطلاب والطلاب، حل النزاعات في الأكاديمية، نموذج هولتون لمعالجة النزاعات، برامج معالجة النزاعات.

Author : احمد زويل
ISBN : 9773200930
Genre : Chemists
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