Essays from E-xcellence in Teaching:
|Title Page and Front Matter||i|
|1. Are They Ready Yet? Epistemological Development and Critical Thinking
Laird Edman, Northwestern College
|2. Responding to Distressed College Students
John C. Norcross, University of Scranton
Susan Krauss Whitbourne, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Virginia Andreoli Mathie, Psi Chi National Office
|3. Learning through Professional Partnerships
Kenneth A. Weaver, Emporia State University
|4. When Generations Collide in the Classroom
Ellen Pastorino, Valencia Community College
|5. Why It’s Important to Export Our Field—and How We Can Do It Effectively
Robert A. Baron, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
|6. Student-Teacher Relationships: Reflections from the Students’ Perspective
Bridget S. Schultz and Kimberly A. Marchuk, James Madison University
|7. Team Teaching: Benefits, Challenges, and Considerations
Janie H. Wilson, Georgia Southern University
Stephen H. Hobbs, Augusta State University
|8. Is There a Formula to Help Understand and Improve Student Motivation?
Kenneth E. Barron, James Madison University
Chris S. Hulleman, University of Wisconsin-Madison
|9. Teaching Positive Psychology: An Engaging Experience
Shane J. Lopez, University of Kansas
|10. Reciprocal Peer Tutoring: Learning Through Dyadic Teaching
Ronald E. Riggio, Claremont McKenna College
|11. Education and Superstitious Practices
Larry A. Alferink, Illinois State University
|12. Editing E-xcellence in Teaching:
The Mishaps of Moving and Other Lessons Learned
Bryan K. Saville and Tracy E. Zinn, James Madison University
|Biographical Notes on Individual Contributors||60|
|About the Editors||64|
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