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Teaching College Computer Sciences By Donald Chiarella
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A book about teaching college computer sciences for the beginning teacher. Good advice on the process.
Teaching College Computer Sciences By Donald Chiarella
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A book on teaching college computer sciences.
The Teaching Assistants' Bible: A guide for Teaching Assistants, Adjuncts and College Instructors By Bakari Akil II, Ph.D.
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The essential guide for preparing to teach in the university and college environment.
Excerpt One. Teaching and Life at Marby College ... By Andrew Rice-Oxley
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These extracts from Lessons and Discoveries contain portraits of several unforgettable schoolmasters and their idiosyncratic styles of teaching. They show too how life at Marby College changed for... More > Martin Rigby Smith over the course of five years from oppressive rules and restrictions to almost total liberty, and the extent to which the early 1960s, politically and socially, impinged on Martin and his school contemporaries.< Less
Excerpt Four. The Teaching of English Literature at Marby College. By Andrew Rice-Oxley
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These extracts from Lessons and Discoveries focus on Martin Rigby-Smith's two English Literature A-Level teachers and their very different styles of teaching. One taught Wordsworth, Keats and... More > Shakespeare (Jeffers); and the other (Stuart) taught Milton and Chaucer. The impact of these authors on Martin and how, in some cases, they related to his own emotional life is also brought out. There follows an account of Martin's discovery of Shelley and how he came to read and study him untaught.< Less
The Mavericks' Education Journal By An Innovative Guide to Teaching
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The first issue of the Mavericks' Education Journal: An Innovative Guide to Teaching, a journal run by graduate students in the School of Education at Mercy College.
Learning To Teach By Jessica O'Brien
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A college freshman's journey through her first education courses.
Learning To Teach By Jessica O'Brien
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A college freshman's journey through her first education courses.
College Workbook By Margaret Tookes
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The “How to Get into College” Interactive College Workbook, was created to assist both students & parents in completing applications, requesting documents, writing essays for both... More > college applications & scholarships, tracking documents, applying for special education testing accommodations, and so much more in a timely manner. In six years of the program, over 800+ students have enrolled and have maintained academic success in their degree program. This achievement was made possible due to their ability to meet all requirements and have a better understanding of the enrollment, meeting deadlines, class scheduling, developing study skills, financial aid, and testing before going off to a university or college. My goal has been to teach first generation and other college bound students the skills needed to complete college in a timely manner when provided with the proper tools.< Less
College Reading By Victor Moeller
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College Reading: What Every Student Must Know. Part I The Socratic Method of Teaching and Learning (Ch. 1-8) defines, illustrates, and demonstrates how to implement Socratic Seminars, Part II focuses... More > on five basic questions of interpretation that cluster around Why are relationships of love and friendship so difficult to maintain?--When do you need family most? How important is a father, a mother, a brother, or a girlfriend in your life? When does romantic love grow into mature love? Who are your real friends? (Ch. 10-14). Part III asks Can we forget that we are human?--Is today’s technology as much a blessing as a curse?(15-16). Part IV asks How important is God in your life--Why do bad things happen to good people? How does someone cope with the death of a child? Why does law sometime fail to achieve justice? Do we all have the same unconditional right to life? (Ch. 17-21). In each chapter, two Great Book authors take up a basic interpretive question followed by related nonfiction readings.< Less