The Handbook for College Teaching is designed for individuals with limited teaching experience at the post-secondary level. The book provides basic information of practical value to instuctors of adults in universities, community colleges, and other adult education settings. The book includes six chapters on the following subjects: the role and responsibilities of the instructor, planning and getting started, human learning, delivering instruction, facilitating teaching and learning with technology, and testing and evaluation. The book includes illustrations and examples throughout.
The Handbook for College Teaching is based on field tested research in the domains of teaching and learning. However, the focus of the book is on every day challenges faced by instructors who want to facilitate learning and growth on the part of their students. Much of the research evidence upon which the HANDBOOK FOR COLLEGE TEACHING is based is included in the extensive list of publications at the end of each chapter.
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WILBUR R. MILLER is eminently qualified as a teacher, teacher-educator, researcher, administrator, consultant, and author and is recognized for his many professional contributions. He has taught at the secondary and post-secondary levels; he has served as consultant to schools, industry, and other countries. He has authored or co-authored eight books and many articles, monographs, and bulletins. Dr. Miller served as Professor, Department Chair, Associate Dean, and Dean at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
MARIE F. MILLER is widely recognized for her many professional contributions. This dedicated professional educator has lectured, conducted research, developed proposals, consulted, and participated in a variety of workshops, seminars, and conferences while teaching a wide range of professional courses. Dr. Miller has authored or co-authored three books and has written numberous articles and papers. Currently, she is a professor in the College of Education at Auburn University.
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