college teaching

by Chris Cumo The semester’s end has a routine of its own centered on final exams and grade tabulations. But no part of the routine carries more weight than teaching.

by Howard Good It seems to me–granted, I’m a cranky person–that we often look in the wrong places for the right things. Want to raise student achievement? Put computers in the classroom. Want to make schools more accountable? Mandate high-stakes testing. Want to improve teaching?...

by Evelyn Beck As distance education evolves from a totally on-line environment plagued by higher-than-average attrition rates, more options may make it easier for students to find the right match.

by Diane M. Calabrese Persistence and luck play a big part in finding employment–of any sort. Put the emphasis on luck in a market characterized by scarce positions and abundant applicants. One veteran visiting faculty member has held seven past positions in the category. Yet the...
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