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Papagan, Harry G. – Community College Review, 1985
Reviews court rulings on academic sovereignty, discrimination and equal protection, and contractual relationships between students and schools. Offers guidance to help faculty prepare for student legal pressures by clarifying the roles of the student and the college. (DMM)
Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Colleges, Court Litigation, Legal Problems
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Hunter, John O. – Community College Review, 1982
Argues against mechanistic models of teacher evaluation and proposes an organic model based on Dewey's principles. Asserts that teaching, as an art, should be approached as experience and create a dynamic, ordered, aesthetic, and moral environment. Views the teacher's fundamental role as unchanged by technological advances. (WL)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Postsecondary Education, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance, Teacher Attitudes
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Roueche, John E. – Community College Review, 1981
Argues that affective development is critical to successful learning. Presents a developmental model based on the premise that teachers can understand students' feelings by observing classroom behaviors. Describes the behaviors corresponding to the attending, receiving, responding, valuing, and commitment stages of affective development and…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Individual Development, Postsecondary Education, Student Behavior
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Cooper, Leland R. – Community College Review, 1980
Reviews the literature on developmental studies programs, focusing on selecting effective teachers; personalized instruction and mastery learning; teacher competence in helping relationships; faculty preparation programs; learning disabilities; and the administration and management of developmental studies programs. (AYC)
Descriptors: Developmental Studies Programs, Individualized Instruction, Learning Disabilities, Mastery Learning