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On Course: A Week-by-Week Guide to Your First Semester of College Teaching (edição: 2008)

de James M. Lang (Autor)

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You go into teaching with high hopes: to inspire students, to motivate them to learn, to help them love your subject. Then you find yourself facing a crowd of expectant faces on the first day of the first semester, and you think "Now what do I do?" Practical and lively, On Course is full of experience-tested, research-based advice for graduate students and new teaching faculty. It provides a range of innovative and traditional strategies that work well without requiring extensive preparation or long grading sessions when you're trying to meet your own demanding research and service requirements. What do you put on the syllabus? How do you balance lectures with group assignments or discussions--and how do you get a dialogue going when the students won't participate? What grading system is fairest and most efficient for your class? Should you post lecture notes on a website? How do you prevent cheating, and what do you do if it occurs? How can you help the student with serious personal problems without becoming overly involved? And what do you do about the student who won't turn off his cell phone? Packed with anecdotes and concrete suggestions, this book will keep both inexperienced and veteran teachers on course as they navigate the calms and storms of classroom life.… (mais)
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Título:On Course: A Week-by-Week Guide to Your First Semester of College Teaching
Autores:James M. Lang (Autor)
Informação:Harvard University Press (2008), Edition: 56239th, 336 pages
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If you do not have access to a Center for Teaching and Learning, this is a really good book to get started thinking about your teaching when new in the field. Most of the information is still on point; the text is easy to understand, and you will be able to design a syllabus and think more clearly about what is happening in your class. A couple of the chapters could benefit from a revision, I believe. In particular, the discussions around technology, inclusion and diversity, and student evaluation could be more complex. However, I could also argue that as a first-time teacher, these are things not to worry about (esp technology and student evaluation). ( )
  WiebkeK | Jan 21, 2021 |
Good advice, surprisingly witty. Seems like a great book to reference for ideas and suggestions. ( )
  wordsampersand | Dec 6, 2018 |
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I found this to be an excellent introduction to teaching, and a nice refresher even for those not in their first year but who are looking to improve. Since so many academic get little to no preparation in their own education on how to teach, this is a book that should be welcomed by students as well. I picked up several ideas for ways to incorporate more active learning styles into my classes. The 'week by week' is a conceit to order the chapters, but a wide variety of topics are covered, from the syllabus, the first day, different teaching styles (lecture, small group, large group, outside work, etc.), grading, and more. I've mentioned it to several friends who all have been as pleased as I.
  wademlee | Jun 29, 2009 |
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You go into teaching with high hopes: to inspire students, to motivate them to learn, to help them love your subject. Then you find yourself facing a crowd of expectant faces on the first day of the first semester, and you think "Now what do I do?" Practical and lively, On Course is full of experience-tested, research-based advice for graduate students and new teaching faculty. It provides a range of innovative and traditional strategies that work well without requiring extensive preparation or long grading sessions when you're trying to meet your own demanding research and service requirements. What do you put on the syllabus? How do you balance lectures with group assignments or discussions--and how do you get a dialogue going when the students won't participate? What grading system is fairest and most efficient for your class? Should you post lecture notes on a website? How do you prevent cheating, and what do you do if it occurs? How can you help the student with serious personal problems without becoming overly involved? And what do you do about the student who won't turn off his cell phone? Packed with anecdotes and concrete suggestions, this book will keep both inexperienced and veteran teachers on course as they navigate the calms and storms of classroom life.

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