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Author: Donald Greive
ISBN: 0940017121
Language: English
Pages: 48 pages
Category: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Part-Time Press; 5th edition (June 15, 2009)
Rating: 4.1
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This is an intentionally brief and to-the-point book for busy part-time faculty.

Details (if other): Cancel. This is an intentionally brief and to-the-point book for busy part-time faculty. It is a quick and straightforward teaching reference full of tips, strategies and proven techniques that address teaching in the contemporary classroom.

Read by Donald E. Greive. If you are new to adjunct teaching, returning to the profession or have been teaching for several years, Teaching Strategies will help make your teaching experience more productive and enjoyable. See a Problem? We’d love your help.

This book deals with techniques for teaching L2 writing, grammar, and. 99864. 15 Conclusion feedback Techniques and. Nonfiction Materials (Teaching Strategies). Teaching Academic ESL Writing: Practical Techniques in Vocabulary and Grammar (ESL & Applied. 08 MB·1,620 Downloads·New!

Donald Greive, Patricia Lesko.

Donald Greive, Patricia Lesko. More than just a teacher's manual, this powerhouse helps readers tackle the day-to-day challenges associated with teaching part-time. It takes faculty members (including those new to the classroom) step-by-step through their teaching course. Readers begin with a discussion about the importance of andragogy, student-centred learning and ative learning.

Elyria, OH: Info-Tec (2002). Handbook II: Advanced Teaching Strategies for Adjunct and Part-Time Faculty. Elyria, OH: Info-Tec (2002). A Guide to Classroom Instruction for Adjunct Faculty. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society (2002).

11 Greive, D. (2006). Handbook II-Advanced Teaching Strategies for Adjunct Faculty. How to become an adjunct professor. Retrieved December 4, 2012 from How to.

The fifth edition of "Teaching Strategies and Techniques for Adjunct Faculty" keeps the concise format of previous editions while adding sections on active learning and out-of-class strategies; on the use of conventional and electronic instructional aids; and on preparing for, giving, and grading different types of test questions. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Gingras’ and Adams’ approach blended and flipped classrooms with practical guidance that shows an educator how to slowly begin the process of classroom transformation for an improved learning space. With the goal of improving student engagement, Gingras and Adams emphasize the importance of students interacting with the online readings and videos. As the authors noted, often the misconceived and ill-interpreted concept of a flipped or blended class is providing just a video or readings, nothing that requires the students to engage with what they are learning. Student engagement with the out-of class work is pinnacle to the success of a blended and flipped learning experience. Appropriate engagement in the out-of-class work provides an experiential in-class experience where students can try out their understanding of the material. The author’s strengthen their guide with the inclusion of community college instructors’ testimonies about switching from lecture-based instruction to blended and flipped learning spaces.
Couldn't put it down. Went back and yellow high lighted almost the entire text. I "taught" two semesters as adjunct and loved it. Real job took me elsewhere or I'd still be there--loved it. NOW I get Grieve's book and would have paid double for it back then. Indeed, going into my third read I'm deciding to put in my app in several of the many colleges here. His guidance is excellent, with so many alternative moves for different moments. Thanks Donald! Beth C., Jacksonville FL
This book was not too long and not too short. It was very helpful. I teach college level business courses at some of the local Community Colleges in my area and I found some helpful information in this book.