Reading Roundtable Reading List for Spring 2001
Directed by Ted Hovet, English
SELECTIONS FOR READING ROUNDTABLE, SPRING 2001
Davis, Barbara Gross. Tools for Teaching, Jossey-Bass (1993) Section II: Responding to a Diverse Student Body including Chapter 4 “Academic Accommodations for Students with Disabilities”; Chapter 5 “Diversity and Complexity in the Classroom: Considerations of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender”; Chapter 6 “Reentry Students”; Chapter 7 “Teaching Academically Diverse Students”. pp 31 – 59
Andre, Rae & Frost, Peter J. Researchers Hooked on Teaching: Noted Scholars Discuss the Synergies of Teaching and Research . Sage Publications (1996). Chapter 1 “Struggling with Balance” by Cynthia Fukami, pp 3 – 13
Lieberman, Devorah & Wehlburg, Catherine To Improve the Academy. Anker Publishing/ POD 2000. Chapter 7 “Higher-Level Learning: The First Step toward More Significant Learning” by L. Dee Fink, pp 113 – 130.
Norton, Mary K., Teaching Excellence Vol. 5, No. 6, (1993-1994) POD Network 1994. “Of Gurus, Gatekeepers and Guides: Metaphors of College Teaching”, entire article
Cross, Patricia K & Steadman, Mimi Harris. Classroom Research: Implementing the Scholarship of Teaching, Jossey-Bass (1996) Chapter 1 “Introduction to Classroom Research”, pp 1 – 28.
Angelo, Thomas A. & Cross, Patricia K. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers, 2nd Edition. Jossey-Bass (1993) Chapter 2 “The Teaching Goals Inventory”, pp 13 – 23.
Roberts, Helen, et al. Teaching from a Multicultural Perspective. Sage Publications, 1994. Introduction pp vii – x; Section 1 “Once You Accept, Then You Can Teach” including What to Say to Our Colleagues; Acceptance of Individuals; Behavior that Denotes Respect; Dialogue Regarding Goals; Creating a Community; Be a Mentor; and Express Belief in Students. pp 1-16.
Mark Edmunson. 1997. "On the Uses of a Liberal Education." Harper's Magazine September: 39-59.
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