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To improve the academy : resources for student, faculty, & institutional development

Author: Julie Roy Jeffrey; Glenn R Erickson; Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education.
Publisher: [United States] : Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, 1985.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julie Roy Jeffrey; Glenn R Erickson; Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education.
OCLC Number: 20456074
Description: vi, 202 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Part I: Introduction. The Kahuana as Professional and Organizational Development Specialists/Susanne and David Whitcomb --
Institutional Development: Impressions From Abroad/ Len Ainsworth and Einhard Rau --
Applying Japanese Mangagement Techniques to American Higher Education/ Peter Seldin --
It's the Institution That Teaches/ George C. Helling and Barbara B. Helling Part II: Introduction. Faculty Careers: Satisfactions and Discontents/ Mary Deane Sorcinelli --
A Theory of Effectiveness: Faculty Development Case Studies/ Ronald A. Smith and Fred S. Schwartz --
The Instructional Skills Workshop Program: An Inter-Institutional Approach/ Diane Morrison --
Critical Thinking in a Freshman Introductory Course: A Case Study/ Lynn L. Mortensen and Willis D. Moreland --
Improving Classrom Climate for Women: The Faculty Developler's Role/ Delivee L. Wright --
Faculty Exchanges as a Means of Renewal and Development/ Phyllis Zweig Chin --
Buyouts and a Career Transition Program as a Response to Retrenchment/ Carol A. Paul Part III: Introduction. Learning in a Clinical Setting/ LuAnn Wilkerson --
"It Ain't Necessarily So": Uncovering Some Assumptions About Learners and Lectures/ Marilla D. Svinicki --
Academic Counseling Techniques/Robert G. Pierleoni --
Teaching Students to Think: A Workshop Design/ Betty La Sere Erickson --
Small Groups in Large Classes/ Wendy Holmes --
Silk Purses/ Calvin B. Peters --
Group Problem-Solving Exercises: An Application in Economics/ Yngve Ramstad --
One Sentence Is Worth a Thousand: A Strategy for Improving Redaing, Writing, and Thinking Skills/ Lois Cuddy --
Techniques for Teaching Scientific Reasoning and Problem Solving/ James L. Fasching and Bette LaSere Erickson
Responsibility: [edited by Julie Roy Jeffrey and Glenn R. Erickson].

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