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Impact Of Incorporating Team-Based Learning In An Academic Setting, John Redwanski, Alexander Wilson Dec 2007

Impact Of Incorporating Team-Based Learning In An Academic Setting, John Redwanski, Alexander Wilson

Pharmacy Practice Faculty Posters

Poster presentation: The incorporation of small group learning within a class is always a daunting task. A new technique was integrated in the Drug Information class of the pharmacy curriculum. This method was intended to alleviate previous small group problems, foster greater team involvement, and enhance student learning.


Teacher Status : A Symposium, Anjum Halai Feb 2007

Teacher Status : A Symposium, Anjum Halai

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Quality In Education: Teaching And Leadership In Challenging Times. Vol. 2, Sajid Ali, Meher Rizvi Jan 2007

Quality In Education: Teaching And Leadership In Challenging Times. Vol. 2, Sajid Ali, Meher Rizvi

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Quality In Education: Teaching And Leadership In Challenging Times. Vol. 1, Sajid Ali, Meher Rizvi Jan 2007

Quality In Education: Teaching And Leadership In Challenging Times. Vol. 1, Sajid Ali, Meher Rizvi

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Teaching The Ethical Foundations Of Economics, Jonathan B. Wight, John S. Morton Jan 2007

Teaching The Ethical Foundations Of Economics, Jonathan B. Wight, John S. Morton

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Teaching the Ethical Foundations of Economics contains 10 lessons that reintroduce an ethical dimension to economics in the tradition of Adam Smith, who believed ethical considerations were central to life. Utilizing these innovative instructional materials your students will learn about the important role ethics and character play in a market economy and how, in turn, markets influence ethical behavior.

The lessons do more than illustrate how ethical conduct improves an economy. They actively involve the students through simulations, group decision making, problem solving, classroom demonstrations and role playing. The lessons encourage students to think critically about ethical dilemmas.