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Spring 2002

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© Copyright 2002 by the National Collegiate Honors Council

Abstract

CONTENTS

Call for Papers
Submission Guidelines
Dedication
Editor’s Introduction -- Ada Long

FORUM ON LIBERAL LEARNING
We THINK We Can, We THINK We Can… -- Sam Schuman
Liberal Education: “Learning to Learn” -- Dale Knobel
That Fine Little House -- Rosalie Otero
Creating a Common Voice for Liberal Arts Education -- Charles F. Blaich and Mauri A. Ditzler
The “Little House” That Can -- John Nichols
Presidents’ Call: Campaign for the Advancement of Liberal Learning -- Carol Schneider

LIBERAL LEARNING AT ITS BEST
Understanding Caesar’s Gallic Ethnography: A Contextual Approach to Protohistory -- Erin Osborne-Martin (Portz Award Winner)

PEDAGOGIES OF LEARNING
Design and Deception at Colonial Williamsburg -- Anders Greenspan
Teaching “The Other Legacy,” Learning About Ourselves: Latin America in Honors -- Celia Lopez-Chavez
Student-Led Quality Teams in the Classroom -- Cheryl Achterberg, Amanda Wetzel, and Emily Whitbeck

ADEFENSE OF TRADITIONAL LEARNING
Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge by Kenneth Bruffee: A Critical Study -- James S. Kelly

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