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College Teaching
By:Donelson R. Forsyth
Published on 2015-10 by American Psychological Association (APA)

Everything matters when it comes to teaching and learning: student characteristics, the school itself, and cultural ideas about the value of higher education, to name a few. Most of these influences are outside the college instructor's control. Other issues, howeversuch as a course's intellectual demands, the type of feedback students receive, the instructional methods, and the relationship that connects professor to studentare controllable. This book examines the many choices professors make about their teaching, beginning with their initial planning of the course and its basic content through final decisions about grades and assessing effectiveness. This book is for beginning instructors as well as those who have been teaching at the college level for many years. Author Donelson Forsyth calls readers' attention to basics such as the cognitive, motivational, personal, and interpersonal processes flowing through even the most routine of educational experiences. He also addresses online teaching, instructional design, learning teams, and new technologies to help professors re-examine and refresh their existing practices.

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Book which was published by American Psychological Association (APA) since 2015-10 have ISBNs, ISBN 13 Code is 9781433820816 and ISBN 10 Code is 1433820811

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