Glenn Ross Johnson provides the basics of instruction, from preparation through evaluation, step by step. He focuses on what new instructors need most, covering the essentials: - How to determine your course objectives and develop an appropriate syllabus. - How to select text books -What to doin the first few classes -How to lecture more effectively- and less -How to involve your students more actively -What you can lean about your teaching through the Cognitive Interaction Analysis System -When, why,and how to help your students learn better -How to properly evaluate your students
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Glenn Ross Johnson, a professor of education at Texas A&M University since 1967, has written dozens of articles on teaching, as well as several books, including Improving College Teaching Via Microteaching and Interaction Analysis: A Handbook for Professors and Prospective Instructors (1975) and Analyzing College Teaching (1976)
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Book Description Atwood Publsihing, 2008. CD-ROM. Book Condition: Brand New. 3rd edition. 153 pages. 4.70x4.60x0.20 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1891859749