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INFO - Penn StateTeacherII - Enerson

INFO - Penn StateTeacherII - Enerson

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 ThePenn State Teacher II 
L
EARNING
 
TO
T
EACH
,T
EACHING
 
TO
L
EARN
BY
D
IANE
M. E
NERSON
R. N
EILL
J
OHNSON
S
USANNAH
M
ILNER
K
ATHRYN
M. P
LANK
University Park, Pennsylvania July, 1997 
 
©1997 by The Pennsylvania State UniversityCenter for Excellence in Learning and Teaching401 Grange BuildingUniversity Park, PA 16802Office:(814) 863-2599Fax:(814) 863-8411E-mail:
site
@psu.edu
The Pennsylvania State University is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to programs, facilities,admission, and employment without regard to personal characteristics not related to ability, performance, or qualifications asdetermined by University policy or by state or federal authorities. The Pennsylvania State University does not discriminate againstany person because of age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, orveteran status. Direct all affirmative action inquiries to the Affirmative Action Office, The Pennsylvania State University, 201Willard Building, University Park, PA 16802-2801; tel. (814) 865-4700/V; (814) 863-1150/TTY.This publication is available in alternative media on request.U. Ed. UGE 97-47
 
Contents
F
OREWORD
..................................................................................................................................................................5
P
REFACE
........................................................................................................................................................................6
A
CKNOWLEDGEMENTS
................................................................................................................................................7
I
NTRODUCTION
............................................................................................................................................................9
What is good teaching?—Diane Enerson
..................................................................................................
13
I.D
ESIGNING
 
A
C
LASS
 
THAT
M
OTIVATES
L
EARNING
.......................................................................................16Defining Objectives ..............................................................................................................................................16Planning a Class Session ......................................................................................................................................17Getting the Big Picture ..................................................................................................................................18Filling in the Details .......................................................................................................................................19Gauging Your Progress ..................................................................................................................................20The Syllabus .........................................................................................................................................................21The First Day of Class ..........................................................................................................................................23
The First Class Sets the Stage—Katie C. Armstrong
.................................................................................26
II.M
ATCHING
M
ETHODS
 
TO
O
BJECTIVES
.........................................................................................................28Teaching with the Lecture Method .......................................................................................................................29
 Effective Explanations—John P. Lowe
.......................................................................................................30
Commonly Asked Questions about Teaching with the Lecture Method 
.....................................................34
 Learning from Lectures: Can It Be Done?—Jill Jeneen Fisher
................................................................40Teaching with the Discussion Method .................................................................................................................41
Teaching by Discussion: Dangers and Opportunities—John Moore
........................................................
42
Commonly Asked Questions about Teaching with Discussion
...................................................................46
The Discussion Class—Melanie O’Donnell 
................................................................................................
53Teaching with Collaborative Activities and Small Groups ....................................................................................54
Preparing Effective Collaborative Activities
..............................................................................................56
The Process and Product of Collaborative Activities or Three Men and an Egg—Kathryn M. Plank
..57
Commonly Asked Questions about Teaching Collaborative Activities
......................................................59
 Learning in Groups—Liz Danzico
..............................................................................................................67Teaching with Problem-Solving Methods .............................................................................................................68
Commonly Asked Questions about Teaching with Problem-Solving Methods
..........................................69

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