Tools for Teaching
Barbara Davis 1993 Jossey-Bass Indianapolis, IN

A rich compendium of classroom-tested strategies and suggestions designed to improve the teaching practices of all college instructors, including beginning, mid-career, and senior faculty members. Davis presents 49 teaching tools that cover both traditional practical tasks--writing a course syllabus, delivering an effective lecture--as well as newer, broader concerns such as responding to diversity on campus, using computer and multimedia technology, and coping with budget constraints.

ISBN 1555425682
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