The Influence of Gender on University Faculty Members’ Perceptions of “Good” Teaching

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by Laura D. Goodwin and Ellen A. Stevens Laura D. Goodwin is associate dean and professor of education and Ellen A. Stevens is assistant professor of education at the School of Education, University of Colorado at Denver. WHAT IS “GOOD” teaching? The question has been asked numerous times and has been addressed from many different perspectives. Although there is no clearly definitive answer to the question, there are some generally accepted characteristics of “good” teachers and teaching situations: enthusiasm, knowledge of the subject area, stimulation of interest in the subject area, organization, clarity, concern and caring for students, use of […]
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