Thinking about Teaching and Learning: Developing Habits of Learning with First Year College and University Students
"Highly recommended for experts and novices alike. It has practical ideas for classroom techniques, balanced by thoughtful, well-researched ideas about the nature of teaching. For anyone who teaches in a classroom, this is a quick and enlightening read."--Nursing Education Perspectives
A compelling read for every teacher in higher education who wants to refresh or reexamine his or her classroom practice.
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