ERIC Number: ED401867
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Selected Papers from the National Conference on College Teaching and Learning (7th, Jacksonville, Florida, March 20-23, 1996).
Chambers, Jack A., Ed.
This collection of 20 papers is centered on the theme "Teaching, Learning, and Technology--Strategies to Motivate Life Long Learning." Titles include: (1) "Barriers to Effective Teamwork and Recommendations for Solutions" (Lillie Anderton-Lewis and Danny H. Pogue); (2) "Are Group Rewards Necessary for Cooperative Learning? An Empirical Investigation" (John Baer and Sylvia K. Baer); (3) Reading to Answer Questions: Using Student Questions to Teach Across Diverse Learning Styles" (Brian Bansenauer); (4) "Encouraging Active Participation in Programming Classes" (Anders Berglund, et al.); (5) "Enhancing Cognitive Skills by Applications in a Sociology Class" (Patrick Biesty); (6) "IDEA: Teaching Writing/Thinking Using an Interactive Dialogic, Externalized Approach" (Michael E. Erickson); (7) "The World Wide Web as a Platform for Distance Learning" (Howard J. Fischer, et al.); (8) "Creating Biographies: A Strategy for Undergraduate and Source for Graduate Learning" (Kathleen Corrigan Fuhs); (9) "Contextual Learning for Premedical Students" (Penny J. Gilmer, et al.); (10) "Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scanning Probe Microscopy Laboratory Program" (William S. Glaunsinger, et al.); (11) "Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk: Empowerment Through Reflective Practice" (Helene Lotman Glauser and Frank D. Tallman); (12) "Creating Interactive Multimedia Software for Foreign Language Learning" (Lubov Iskold and John Pearce); (13) "Learning Relationships in a Computer Classroom" (Marguerite Jamieson, et al.); (14) "Creating Community: Developing the Learning Communities at the University of South Florida" (Cynthia Kasee and Nevin Mercede); (15) "Relocating Literary Teaching and Learning with VRML" (Chad D. Kearsley); (16) "Creativity and Academic Freedom In and Out of the Classroom" (Ed Kellerman and Luke Cornelius); (17) "Convergence: Chemistry and Multimedia" (G. Parke P. Kuntz, et al.); (18) "Non-Traditional Techniques in Teaching Science for General Students" (Gary C. Lewis, et al.); (19) "Multimedia Science Instruction for Non-Science Majors: (V. Adam Niculescu, et al.); (20) "The Virtual Classroom: Teaching with the Web" (Thomas M. Terry). (All papers contain references.) (CH)
Descriptors: Classroom Research, Classroom Techniques, Cognitive Style, College Instruction, Cooperative Learning, Distance Education, Educational Innovation, Higher Education, Interdisciplinary Approach, Lifelong Learning, Methods Research, Multimedia Instruction, Nontraditional Education, Premedical Students, Questioning Techniques, Research and Development, Rewards, Science Education, Second Language Instruction, Sociology, Student Participation, Teacher Education, Teacher Workshops, Teaching Styles, Technological Advancement, Technology Transfer, Theory Practice Relationship, Virtual Reality, World Wide Web, Writing Instruction
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