ERIC Number: ED411923
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Pedagogy Journal, 1997.
Marashio, Paul, Ed.; And Others
Pedagogy Journal, v4 1997
This annual serial volume contains 16 articles offering practical pedagogical ideas from faculty at New Hampshire technical colleges. Following prefatory matter, the following articles are presented: (1) "The Pleasantwood Project: Teaching Science and the Humanities in a Scenario-Based Learning Environment," by Doyle Davis; (2) "Self-Paced, Self-Directed Study as a Teaching Methodology in a Nursing Assistant Program," by Susan J. Henderson; (3) "A Classroom Experiment: The Effect of Incorporating Learning Styles Strategies Upon the Teaching of Introductory Chemistry," by Perry Seagroves; (4) "Definition of the Technical Problem Solving Process," by Lafayette J. Harbison; (5) "A Sparrow Doesn't Live in a PC," by Tom Gorka; (6) "Transition Writing," by Bill Warnken; (7) "Creating a Student Centered Learning Environment," by Jackie Griswold; (8) "What Teaching Psychology Students Has Taught Me About Teaching Students," by Sandy Cole; (9) "The Student in the Middle," by Diane Chin; (10) "Assessing Student Participation Using Performance Criteria," by Paul Marashio; (11) "What Determines a Student's Final Exam Score in a Principles of Economics Class?" by Ronald W. Olive; (12) "Students as Course Designers," by Nancy Marashio; (13) "To Dream the Impossible Dream," by Janice G. Kaliski; (14) Beyond the Book," by Denise S. and Tyler S. St. Cyr; (15) "Building the Global Initiative: Leadership Towards a Barrierless World of One Community," by Marjorie Goodson; and (16) "A Pedagogy Blueprint for the 21st Century: Pedagogy and Assessment Implications of 'Using Voluntary National Skill Standards in Performance Based Curriculum Design,'" by the New Hampshire Community Technical College System Pedagogy Committee. (ECF)
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Cognitive Style, Community Colleges, Curriculum Development, Educational Technology, Individualized Instruction, Instructional Improvement, Instructional Innovation, National Standards, Pacing, Problem Solving, Student Centered Curriculum, Teaching Methods, Two Year College Students, Two Year Colleges, Writing Instruction
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Authoring Institution: New Hampshire State Dept. of Postsecondary Technical Education, Concord.