The Teaching Professor is a monthly newsletter that is a forum for discussion of the best strategies supported by the latest research for effective teaching in the college classroom.
A must read for:
- Teaching professors
- Academic deans
- New faculty
- Faculty development staff
- Department chairs
With each issue, The Teaching Professor delivers thought-provoking and inspirational articles on a wealth of critical topics. Brief and to the point, it covers such subjects as:
- Student-centered learning
- Mentoring new and adjunct faculty
- Overcoming student apathy
- Energizing and re-inspiring experienced faculty
- Integrating new technology
- Responding to course evaluations and feedback
- And more!
The Teaching Professor helps you:
- Overcome obstacles to effective teaching
- Stay abreast of the latest pedagogical research
- Hear what’s working for colleagues “in the trenches”
- Hone your skills and stay on top of teaching innovations
- Truly connect with your students
Recently in The Teaching Professor …
Already this year, we’ve tackled some fascinating subjects. Here’s just a small sampling of articles from recent issues:
- Large Classes: Approaches Taken in One Discipline
- The Virtues of Restraint in Education, or Why I Refuse Student E-mails
- A Brain-Friendly Environment for Learning
- More Discussion, Less Lecture
- Mistaken Assumptions That Mislead Beginning Teachers
- Making Cell Phones in Class a Community Builder
This newsletter is published ten times a year.
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- Free access to our full archive of back issues!
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