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2010 Pod Conference Newsletter #3 Nov 2010

2010 Pod Conference Newsletter #3

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


2010 Pod Conference Newsletter #2 Nov 2010

2010 Pod Conference Newsletter #2

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


The Pod Network Reading Packets 2004-05: For Use With Consultations, Workshops, Seminars, Classes Jan 2005

The Pod Network Reading Packets 2004-05: For Use With Consultations, Workshops, Seminars, Classes

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Packet #1 : Alternatives to Traditional Teaching Methods and Learning Strategies

Packet #2: Cooperative/Collaborative Learning, Small Groups

Packet #3: Critical Thinking

Packet #4: Defining and Characterizing Teaching

Packet #5: Diversity Issues

Packet #6: Evaluation and Grading Issues

Packet #7: Improvement of Teaching and Assessment

Packet #8: Introductory Courses / General Education

Packet #9: Motivating Students

Packet #10: The Student/Teacher Relationship

Packet #11 : Change, Renewal, and the Professoriate

Packet #12: Thoughts on the Future

Packet #13: Technology and Related Issues

Packet #14: The Learning Process


Essays On Teaching Excellence: A Fresh Vision, 2004-2005 Catalog Jan 2005

Essays On Teaching Excellence: A Fresh Vision, 2004-2005 Catalog

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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 ...


The Pod Network Reading Packets 2003-04: For Use With Consultations, Workshops, Seminars, Classes Jan 2004

The Pod Network Reading Packets 2003-04: For Use With Consultations, Workshops, Seminars, Classes

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Packet #1: Alternatives to Traditional Teaching Methods and Learning Strategies

Packet #2: Cooperative/Collaborative Learning, Small Groups

Packet #3: Critical Thinking

Packet #4: Defining and Characterizing Teaching

Packet #5: Diversity Issues

Packet #6: Evaluation and Grading Issues

Packet #7: Improvement of Teaching and Assessment

Packet #8: Introductory Courses / General Education

Packet #9: Motivating Students

Packet #10: The Student/Teacher Relationship

Packet #11: Change, Renewal, and the Professoriate

Packet #12: Thoughts on the Future

Packet #13: Technology and Related Issues

Packet #14: The Learning Process


Essays On Teaching Excellence: A Fresh Vision, 2003-2004 Catalog Jan 2004

Essays On Teaching Excellence: A Fresh Vision, 2003-2004 Catalog

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2003-2004 Essays on Teaching Excellence

Fall Essays

Student Plagiarism: Are Teachers Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution? By Chris Anson, North Carolina State University

Promoting Learning Through Inquiry, by Virginia S. Lee, North Carolina State University

Taking Self Assessment Seriously, by Georgine Loacker, Alverno College

Great Expectations and Challenges for Learning Objects, by Anne Moore, Virginia Polytechnic Institute

Spring Essays

Engaging the Whole Student: Interactive Theatre in the Classroom, by Suzanne Burgoyne, University of Missouri

Engaging Faculty In New Forms of Teaching and Learning, by Paul R. Hagner, University of Hartford

Promoting Civility and Responding When It ...


Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.5, 1995-1996 Jan 1996

Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.5, 1995-1996

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Teaching With Style: The Integration of Teaching and Learning Styles in the Classroom, by Anthony F. Grasha, Ph.D. Psychology, University of Cincinnati


Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.6, 1995-1996 Jan 1996

Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.6, 1995-1996

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Never in a Class by Themselves: An Examination of Behaviors Affecting the Student-Professor Relationship, by David J, Walsh & Mary Jo Maffei, Management, Miami University


Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.7, 1995-1996 Jan 1996

Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.7, 1995-1996

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Attacking Ideas, Not People: Using Structured Controversy in the College Classroom, by Barbara L. Watters, Psychology, State University of New York College at Oswego


Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.8, 1995-1996 Jan 1996

Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Vol. 7, No.8, 1995-1996

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Students' Reactions To Performance-Based Versus Traditional Objective Assessment, by Anthony L. Truog, Educational Foundations, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater


The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 6, Spring 1993 Apr 1993

The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 6, Spring 1993

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An essay on style: Somewhere between baseball caps and mortarboards, by LeAne H. Rutherford

Editors' musings: Newsletters à la française, by Laura Border

Filings: More Muse news to use

Excerpt: A Dozen Hints for Drowsy Proofreaders

Design Review: Boldness and restraint make BYU's new publication an instant winner, by Linc. Fisch

Supplement: TIPS: A Publication of Seneca College, SPRING 1993, VOLUME 10:

REFLECTIONS: GRADUATING STUDENT SURVEY, SENECA COLLEGE, by Eleanor Kirby Badger

People in Profile: Erika Gottlieb, by Malea Litovitz and Renee Scheremata

Dear Dr. Kath: THE RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES COLUMN

THREE COMMANDMENTS OF EFFECTIVE LISTENING, by Abava Newman

Charlene ...


The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 5, Fall 1992 Oct 1992

The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 5, Fall 1992

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A Primer for excellence: Attention to details can make a good newsletter great, by Linc. Fisch

Editors' musings: What do readers want?

Filings; Muse news to use: Reap the benefits of newsletter networking

Review of The Editorial Eye, by Ken Zahorski

Selecting quotations: Different voices, different viewpoints, by Laura L. B. Border

Supplement: Reaching Through Teaching, A NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTING CLASSROOM PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE AMONG KENNESAW FACULTY, VOLUME 6, NUMBER 1, FALL 1992:

WIGS, MORTARBOARDS AND OTHER TRADITIONS, by Don Forrester, Ed., Director of CETL

DR. ]0 ALLEN BRADHAM: 1992 DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD RECIPIENT, by Kenneth P. Gilliam, Ph.D., Associate ...


The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 4, Spring 1992 Apr 1992

The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 4, Spring 1992

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Sometimes simpler may be better: The case for the traditional one-column newsletter, by Linc. Fisch

Editors' musings: The Muse goes subscription

Filings: Muse news to use

Book review of Language on a Leash by Bruce 0. Boston

Design Review: York University's CORE illustrates an appealing blend of graphic elements

Supplement: Editor to editor, by LeAne H. Rutherford

Supplement: Instructional Development newsletter:

Springboard to the Professoriate, by Paul Treuer and LeAne Rutherford

EGALITARIAN TEACHING: Uncommon Teaching with a Common Touch, by Rick Lichty

THE SAFE CLASSROOM, by Deborah Petersen-Perlman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Communication

REFLECTING ON WORKSHOPS AND LIFE IN ...


Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1991-1992 Jan 1992

Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1991-1992

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Membership Directory

Members by Location

Members by Institutional Type


The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 3, Fall 1991 Oct 1991

The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 3, Fall 1991

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Celebrating CRISP editors: One faculty development editor views her fellow muses, by Barbara A. Millis

Comic relief

Musings

Cutting out white space with old saws, by Kenneth Zahorski

Book Review of Looking Good in Print by Roger C. Parker

Design review: Clean, simple design enhances West Florida's new Dialogue

Filings ...

Supplement: An outstanding Tutor for teaching assistants, by Laura L.B. Border


Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1990-1991 Jan 1991

Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1990-1991

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Membership Directory

Members by Location

Members by Institutional Type


Pod Network Membership Directory 1989-90 Jan 1990

Pod Network Membership Directory 1989-90

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Membership Directory

United States and territories

Australia

Canada

England

Hong Kong


Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1989-1990 Jan 1990

Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1989-1990

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Membership Directory

Members by Location

Members by Institutional Type


Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Fall 1989 Oct 1989

Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Fall 1989

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If Learning Involves Risk-taking, Teaching Involves Trust-building, by MARILLA SVINICKI, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-AUSTIN

The premise of this article is that learning, like all other creative acts, will flourish in an atmosphere in which the learner is willing to take risks, and it is the task of the instructor to create such an atmosphere for learning. If we accept this view of learning as risk-taking, we can begin to confront the factors that discourage students from taking risks and build a class environment where learning becomes less of a risk, or where the risk-taking in learning becomes valued instead of dreaded ...


Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Fall 1989 [B] Oct 1989

Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, Fall 1989 [B]

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Reforming Undergraduate Education One Class at a Time, by K. PATRICIA CROSS, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-BERKELEY:

A continuing question for those of us in education is-What can and should be done to improve the quality of undergraduate instruction? The reports that constitute the higher education reform movement of the 1980's have taken this as their major emphasis. However, while these reports express plenty of dissatisfaction with the quality of instruction, there are few constructive suggestions for what to do about it. Part of the problem is that there is an unexamined assumption that underlies most of the educational reform movement ...


The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 2, Fall 1989 Oct 1989

The Muse: Resources For Faculty And Ta Newsletters, No. 2, Fall 1989

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Putting the edge on your newsletter: Easy-to-make design adjustments enhance readability and attractiveness to readers, by Linc. Fisch

Editors' musings

Filings ...

Excerpts: Composing Headlines

Design Review: Graphics and content bring Kennesaw's newsletter high grades

Supplement: Some observations on The Beacon, by Kenneth Zahorski


The Beacon: A Guide To Faculty Development At St. Norbert College, Vol. Iv, No. 4 Sep 1989

The Beacon: A Guide To Faculty Development At St. Norbert College, Vol. Iv, No. 4

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Lampreys, Eels, and Skinks, with Small Potatoes by Phil Cochran

Faculty to Discuss Jacoby's The Last Intellectuals

''FOOD FOR THOUGHT'' Series Offers Attractive Fall Program

Notes from the Director A New Semester's Resolution

INTERNATIONAL FORUM ISAC and Killeen Chair to Co-sponsor Teach-in on South Africa

Verbal and Nonverbal Immediacy in the Classroom -or- "Stop Hiding Behind the Podium and Talk with Your Students" James W. Neuliep

New Books in the Faculty Development Resource Center

Opportunity Calendar -· Fall Semester


Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, April 1989 Apr 1989

Teaching Excellence: Toward The Best In The Academy, April 1989

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"If Learning Involves Risk-taking, Teaching Involves Trust-building," by Marilla Svinicki, University of Texas-Austin:

Creative acts flourish best in an atmosphere which allows the creator to take risks (Adams, 1986). The premise of this article is that learning, like all other creative acts, involves taking risks. For many students, their lack of confidence and the evaluative nature of the classroom make risk-taking a difficult step. However, if learning involves risk-taking, then teaching involves trust-building, creating a class atmosphere which will give students confidence and opportunities enough to take risks. The question is how to build that trust. Let's examine some ...


The Tutor: Graduate Teacher Program Newsletter, University Of Colorado At Boulder, Vol. 5 No. 4 Jan 1989

The Tutor: Graduate Teacher Program Newsletter, University Of Colorado At Boulder, Vol. 5 No. 4

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Using common sense and kindness in teaching: Students with Special Needs, by Susan Anderson

Words from the Wise


Pod Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1988-89 Jan 1989

Pod Membership Directory And Networking Guide 1988-89

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

Membership Directory

Members by Location

Members by Institutional Type


The Muse: Ideas For Campus Newsletters, [No. 1,] October 1988 Oct 1988

The Muse: Ideas For Campus Newsletters, [No. 1,] October 1988

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Writing Newsletters with Style, by Maryellen Weimer

Newsletters Serve Many Purposes

So You Want to Be an Editor?

Editors' Musings

A Survey of 15 Editors - Successful Newsletter Editors Give Their Best Advice, by Linc. Fisch

Notes for the Beginner: Publish From Your Own Desk! By Laura Border

It's Basic, but Is It English?

Book Review of Editing Your Newsletter by Mark Beach

What's In a Name?

Excerpts: On Writing Well

Try a Few Tricks of the Layout Trade, by Linc. Fisch

Newsletter Seminars



Membership Directory, March 1, 1988 Jan 1988

Membership Directory, March 1, 1988

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.


Pod Network Institutional Members, 1986-1987 Jan 1987

Pod Network Institutional Members, 1986-1987

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No abstract provided.


Pod Network Institutional Members, 1986-1987 Jan 1987

Pod Network Institutional Members, 1986-1987

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No abstract provided.


Pod Network Membership Directory, March 20, 1987 Jan 1987

Pod Network Membership Directory, March 20, 1987

Archives of Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education

No abstract provided.