ERIC Number: ED326489
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990
Reference Count: N/A
On Teaching. Volume II.
Shea, Mary Ann, Ed.
This collection of essays, which evolved from the Professional Lecture Series on Teaching and Learning and Instructional Workshops on Teaching and Learning held at the University of Colorado (Boulder), addresses a variety of styles and situations for teaching and learning. The following essays are included: (1) "Teaching as Architecture: Humanities the Foundation" (Nancy Klenk Hill); (2) "So You Want To Be an Actor...Stages of Learning in the University Setting" (Joel G. Fink); (3) "Facilitating Discussion" (R. G. Billingsley); (4) "Ways of Knowing" (David Hawkins); (5) "You Can Get Good Help These Days: Working with Teaching Assistants in Large Lecture Classes" (Walt Stone); (6) "Memory for Classroom Algebra" (Lori Meiskey, Alice F. Healy, and Lyle E. Bourne, Jr.); (7) "Teaching Anthropology: Writing Captions for the Blind" (A.J. Kelso); (8) "Do Professors Need Professional Ethics as Much as Doctors and Lawyers?" (James W. Nickel); (9) "Use of the Socratic Method" (Marianne Wesson); and (10) "Gendered Subjects" (Joyce McCarl Nielsen). (JD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Colorado Univ., Boulder.
Identifiers: Socratic Method
Note: For Volume I, see ED 320 904.