To Improve the Academy, Volume 24, provides examples and advice designed to help readers become engaged members of their institutions and communities, as well as effective teachers who regard student learning as central to their work. The book includes essays on topics such asCulture, creativity, and communication in the academySurviving marketplace forces on higher educationalThe demand for heterogeneity in college teachingA theory-based integrative model for learning and motivationTailoring faculty development programs to faculty career stagesPromoting community and professional growth for diverse facultyCreating engaged departmentsFaculty-centered program development and eManagementHelping faculty teach better through sequenced activitiesLearning communities for first-year faculty
This book provides guidance for professionals who have an interest in promoting excellence in teaching and learning through faculty and organizational development.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Number of pages: 360
Weight: 480 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 19 mm
Edition: Volume 24
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