ERIC Number: ED401866
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Selected Papers from the National Conference on College Teaching and Learning (6th, Jacksonville, Florida, April 5-8, 1995).
Chambers, Jack A., Ed.
This collection of 18 papers covers four broad areas of teaching and learning in higher education: innovative college teaching/learning strategies; effective classroom research/assessment activities; advanced classroom technology; and developing teaching and learning centers. Titles include: (1) "African American Students' Perceptions of Cooperative Learning Experiences" (Lillie Anderton-Lewis and Danny H. Pogue); (2) "Learning to Learn Is a Teachable Skill" (Joan B. Baker, et al.); (3) "The Florida Higher Education Consortium: A Mathematics, Science, Technology Collaboration" (Marianne Barnes, et al.); (4) "Directions in the Core Curriculum for Computer Science Majors" (Edward J. Conjura); (5) "Teacher Immediacy and Distance Learning: The Multicultural Dimension" (James M. Cunningham and Mary McLemore); (6) "Liberal Education in Technology Courses" (Diane Delisio and Cathy Bishop-Clark); (7) "Learning and Motivation Theory Applied to Instruction" (Paul Eggen); (8) "Bringing the New Technologies to Distance Learning: A British Perspective" (Joel Greenberg); (9) "A Model Program: Discipline-Specific Instruction for Graduate Teaching Assistants" (Penny L. Hammrich and Kerri Armstrong); (10) "Is Technology a Substitute for Preparation in Calculus I?" (Robert Jerrard, et al.); (11) "Science Teacher Preparation: Whose Knowledge Is It?" (Judith Johnson); (12) "Learning to Teach on Television: Implications for Beginners" (Norma MacRae and Darcey Cuffman); (13) "Integrating Science and the Humanities: Redefining the Preparation of Elementary Teachers" (Patricia A. Nelson); (14) "Will Success Spoil Distance Education?" (Leslie Purdy); (15) "Collaborative Planning to Improve Higher Education: System-Wide and Campus Initiatives" (Paul Spear); (16) "Generating a Positive Student Experience in Distance Learning Education" (Costas S. Spirou); (17) "Conceiving the Commons: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Environmental Literacy" (Linda Wallace, et al.); (18) "Active Learning Through Live Television: Reflections on Practice" (Michael F. Welsh). (All papers contain references.) (CH)
Descriptors: Black Students, Calculus, Classroom Techniques, Computer Science, Cooperative Learning, Cooperative Programs, Core Curriculum, Distance Education, Educational Change, Educational Innovation, General Education, Higher Education, Independent Study, Methods Research, Motivation, Multicultural Education, Open Education, Professional Development, Research and Development, Science Education, Teacher Centers, Teacher Education, Teacher Workshops, Teaching Assistants, Teaching Methods, Technological Advancement, Technology Transfer, Theory Practice Relationship
B.J. Schukis, Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, Florida Community College, 501 W. State St. Jacksonville, FL 32202 ($15).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Florida Community Coll., Jacksonville. Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom