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ERIC Number: ED344651
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 70
Abstractor: N/A
Center Stage: A Platform for the Discussion of Teaching/Learning Ideas. 1991-1992.
O'Heron, Paul, Ed.
Center Stage, v2 n1-9 Sep 1991-May 1992
"Center Stage" is a monthly publication of Broome Community College (Binghamton, New York), sponsored by the Teaching Resources Center as a platform for the discussion of ideas about teaching and learning by Broome College faculty. The second volume (nine issues) of "Center Stage" includes the following articles: "Towards a Learning Community: Using and Infusing a Campus-Wide Theme," by Bryan K. Blanchard; "Characteristics of Adult Learners," by Annamary Allen; "Technology, Culture, and the Modern Crisis," by Lorenz J. Firsching; "Writing as a Sustainable Skill in the Technologies," by Rachel Hinton; "Pronouns and Sexism," by Richard Stoner; "Calculators: Giving All a Fair Disadvantage," by Frank Plunkett; "The Department of Athletics and the Student Athlete Within the College Community," by Dan Minch; "How to Divide a Candy Bar or What's New in Mathematics," by Mort Goldberg; "In a Changing World, College and University Teaching Must Be Appreciated, Recognized, and Rewarded," by A. Jerome Jewler; "Critical Thinking? What Is It Anyway?" by Rick Firenze; "Uncertainty Analysis," by Ralph McGrew; "The Why of Biology Field Trips or Experiential Learning," by Dave Sterling; "Learning Outside the Classroom: Student Club Membership," by Barbara Nilsen; "The Everglades Classroom," by Dave Walsh; "Nursing Education Off-Campus," by Carolyn Pierce; and "Mathematics and the Environment," by Maruja Lander. Six of the issues include one to three essays by faculty members entitled, "Why I Teach." (JSP)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Broome Community Coll., Binghamton, NY.
Note: For volume 1 (1990-1991), see ED 337 234.