Description - More Quick Hits by
This sequel to the popular Quick Hits puts the focus on learning. More Quick Hits offers simple but successful strategies that award-winning teachers have found help promote student understanding and retention. The book also tells how to create the best environment in which to teach the courses you love.
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(279mm x 216mm x mm)
Indiana University Press
Publisher: Indiana University Press
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Author Biography -
S. Holly Stocking is Associate Professor of Journalism at Indiana University Bloomington. She has written numerous articles on teaching and a book about journalism that has been adopted in undergraduate and graduate classrooms. She also regularly gives workshops to teachers on teaching and learning. Eileen T. Bender, professor of English at Indiana University South Bend and one of the founders of FACET--The Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching--at Indiana University, and has served as its director since its inception in 1989. She is also Special Assistant to the Chancellor at Indiana University South Bend, and Professor of English at IUSB. She has served on the board of editors of Soundings and edited The IUSB Review and is the author of Joyce Carol Oates, Author in Residence and one of the editors of Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award Winning Teachers.Claude H. Cookman, Assistant Professor of Journalism at Indiana University/Bloomington, is the author of A Voice is Born: The Founding and Early Years of the National Press Photographers Association under the Leadership of Joseph Costa and several articles.Vince Peterson, Professor of Education and Program Director of Counseling and Human Services at Indiana University, South Bend, is the author of Orientation to Counseling, and numerous articles. Bob Votaw, Associate Professor of Geology and Director of the Academic Resource Center at Indiana University Northwest, is a national leader in the discussion about effectively teaching science to diverse student populations. Karen L. Everdon is the current coordinator of the FACET program at Indiana University.She received a B.A. in English and a MLS from Indiana University. Her interests encompass uses of technology in higher education, faculty development at the post-secondary level, and learning styles.