Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education



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2004-2005 Essays on Teaching Excellence

Fall Essays 2004

Transitions: What's Love Got to Do With It? By Kate Brinko, Appalachian State University

The Power of Student Stories: Connections that Enhance Learning, by Peter Frederick, Wabash College

PowerPoint: What is the Point, by Eugene Gallagher & Michael Reder, Connecticut College

Teaching Bioethics through Participation and Policy-Making, by Karey Harwood, North Carolina State University

Spring Essays 2005

Validity, Research, and Reality: Student Ratings of Instruction at the Crossroads, by Jennifer Franklin, California State University-Dominguez Hills

Why Knowing About Disciplinary Differences Can Mean More Effective Teaching, by Michele Marincovich, Stanford University & Jack Prostko, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Teaching for Diversity and Inclusiveness in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, by Lois Reddick, New York University & Wayne Jacobson & Angela Linse, University of Washington

A Roadmap for Part-time Faculty Success, by Terri A. Tarr, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis

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