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The Value Of A Teaching And Learning Center For Faculty Development, Mary Deane Sorcinelli Mar 2002

The Value Of A Teaching And Learning Center For Faculty Development, Mary Deane Sorcinelli

Mary Deane Sorcinelli

No abstract provided.


Why Develop? It's Easier Not To., Susan Barduhn Jan 2002

Why Develop? It's Easier Not To., Susan Barduhn

Susan Barduhn

No abstract provided.


Just What Is Incidental, Integrated And Implicit About Grammar Instruction?, Arshad Abd Samad Jan 2002

Just What Is Incidental, Integrated And Implicit About Grammar Instruction?, Arshad Abd Samad

Arshad Abd Samad

This paper discusses popular notions of how grammar should be presented in the ESL classroom. Reference will especially be made to recent empirical and theoretical bases to grammar instruction which incorporate the role of various language sub-systems and acquisition processes. Drawing particularly on the findings of a study that examines the roles of meaning and structural aspects in processing language, this paper will make suggestions for grammar instruction in Malaysia.


How Minority Students Experience College: Implications For Planning And Policy, Lemmeuel Watson, Melvin Terrell, Doris Wright, Fred A. Bonner Ii, Michael Cuyjet, Donna E. Rudy, Dawn R. Person Jan 2002

How Minority Students Experience College: Implications For Planning And Policy, Lemmeuel Watson, Melvin Terrell, Doris Wright, Fred A. Bonner Ii, Michael Cuyjet, Donna E. Rudy, Dawn R. Person

Fred A Bonner II

No abstract provided.


Ten Principles Of Good Practice In Creating And Sustaining Teaching And Learning Centers, Mary Deane Sorcinelli Jan 2002

Ten Principles Of Good Practice In Creating And Sustaining Teaching And Learning Centers, Mary Deane Sorcinelli

Mary Deane Sorcinelli

No abstract provided.


New Conceptions Of Scholarship For A New Generation Of Faculty Members, Mary Deane Sorcinelli Jan 2002

New Conceptions Of Scholarship For A New Generation Of Faculty Members, Mary Deane Sorcinelli

Mary Deane Sorcinelli

Scholarship Reconsidered gave us an amplified vision of scholarly work, yet this process of tenure has inhibited the full realization of that vision. This chapter argues that we need to make the tenure process work more effectively and flexibly in order to validate and encourage the multiple types of scholarship Boyer proposes.