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ERIC Number: ED081321
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Jun
Pages: 379
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Innovative Teaching: Issues, Strategies, and Evaluation.
Buhl, Lance C., Ed.; Lane, Sam H., Ed.
The Innovative Teaching Group (ITG) at Cleveland State University, committed to novel and untried teaching methods, has organized papers from the faculty and other resource people into an anthology on teaching. After the general introduction, the contents are divided into three parts: Insights and Issues at Large; Strategies and Tactics in Practice; and Evaluating Instructional Effectiveness. The first section on teaching addresses itself to the broad-gauged consideration of teaching, including such topics as innovation, the modern student, and learning theories. The fifteen papers in section two speak in specifics about curricular and course design and instructional techniques. The third section contains papers presented at a conference titled "Faculty Development: Evaluating Teaching" sponsored by the ITG. The major goal of these papers was to consider and define the parameters of evaluating classroom instruction for the improvement of learning and for the professional advancement of the faculty. Papers in this section include: the feasibility of evaluation; analysis of roles of faculty by students, administrators, and faculty; and correlation between administrator, colleague and student ratings. (Author/PG)
The Center for Effective Learning, The Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
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Authoring Institution: Cleveland State Univ., OH. Center for Effective Learning.