What the Best College Teachers Do, by Ken BainLearner-Centered Assessment, by Mary Huba and Jan FreedBecoming a Reflective Critically Reflective Teacher, by Stephen BrookfieldTeaching at Its Best, by Linda NilsonCreating Significant Learning Experiences, by Dee Fink.
I have been privileged to hear the last two authors speak, and I would recommend them as well. For more information on resources in college teaching, go to: http://www.daltonstate.edu/teachinglearning/titles_in_dsc_roberts_library_co.htm
I would like to develop a "workshop" of my own; I have a lot of wisdom about teaching although my own performance sometimes doesn't show it. My most recent epiphanies follow.
1. The affective domain matters more than the cognitive. Ten years ago, I wouldn't have said that. The way this generation has been raised makes …