Essays from E-xcellence in Teaching:
This book is STP's third Web publication and represents the compilation of the thirteen E-xcellence in Teaching essays which appeared on the PsychTeacher™ electronic discussion list between January and December, 2002. Future volumes of this book will be published electronically to contain the previous year's essays.
Bill Buskist (Auburn University/Appalachian State University)
Vincent Hevern (Le Moyne College)
Bill Hill (Kennesaw State University)
|1. Teaching Assistant Development: Research and Impressions (January 2002)
Loreto R. Prieto, The University of Akron
|2. Making the Leap: Advising Students on Selecting a Graduate Program (February 2002)
Gary R. Hann and Jane S. Halonen, James Madison University
|3. Bring Psychology to Life (March 2002)
Charles Blair-Broeker, Cedar Falls (Iowa) High School
|4. Teaching Students with Disabilities (April 2002)
David Johnson, John Brown University
|5. The National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology:
Twenty-Five Years and Counting [Special Invited Essay] (April 2002)
Douglas A. Bernstein, University of South Florida
|6. Helping Your Students to Become Savvy Psychology Majors (May 2002)
Drew Appleby, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
|7. Focusing on How We Know What We Know in the Psychology Classroom (June 2002)
Laura L. Namy, Emory University
|8. Organizing and Maintaining University-Wide Teaching Circles (July 2002)
Lauren F. V. Scharff, Stephen F. Austin State University
|9. The Landscape of Excellence in Teaching (August 2002)
Barney Beins, Ithaca College
|10. Amen to Passion (September 2002)
Janie Wilson, Georgia Southern University
|11. When Psychology Teachers Introspect (October 2002)
Larry W. Bates, University of North Alabama
12. On the Distinction Between the Scholarship of Teaching and Scholarly Teaching (November 2002)
Monica Reis-Bergin, James Madison University
|13. Is This Going to be on the Test? (December 2002)
Phillip Lewis, Auburn University
|Biographical Notes on Individual Contributors and Editors|
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