Teaching and Pedagogy

    Teaching and Pedagogy

    Peer review of teaching: A sourcebook (2nd ed.)
    Chism, N.
    2007
    Jossey-Bass
    The new edition of this bestselling book builds on the author’s extensive administrative and consulting experience as well as scholarship on faculty rewards. It includes additional discussion of important foundational issues as well as practical forms and ideas gleaned from disciplinary groups and campuses throughout the nation.
    Preparing the next generation of faculty
    Austin, A.E.
    2002
    The Ohio State University Press
    Based on a four-year, qualitative study of graduate students, the article discusses graduate student development, students' perceptions of the academic career, and graduate students' suggestions for improving graduate socialization experiences. The article concludes with recommendations and policy questions for faculty advisors, chairpersons, teaching assistant supervisors, and graduate deans.
    Rubric development to assess student learning through asynchronous discussion board
    Eccarius, M.
    2011
    Association for Educational Communications and Technology
    The article discusses a study on a tool that is capable of documenting the achievement of student of a major program goal, reflective and flexible thinking about professional tasks.
    Writing teaching assessment questions for precision and reflection
    Rando, W.
    2001
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
    Sometimes the standard student feedback questionnaires don't ask the questions you want answers to. You can create your own questions with a little guidance.

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