Student engagement techniques : a handbook for college faculty
By: Barkley, Elizabeth F.Material type: BookSeries: Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series: Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2010Description: xv, 398 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780470281918.Subject(s): Academic achievement -- United States | Classroom environment -- United States | College teaching -- United States | Motivation in education -- United States
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|378.121 SEL-C Changing practices in evaluating teaching :||378.122 DIA-P Preparing for promotion, tenure, and annual review :||378.124 SEL-E Evaluating faculty performance :||378.125 BAR-S Student engagement techniques :||378.125 HAY-H How to be an academic superhero :||378.125 SVI-M McKeachie's teaching tips :||378.125 WAN-E Effective, efficient professor :|
Includes bibliographical references (p. 379-389) and index.
Pt. 1. A conceptual framework for understanding student engagement -- What does student engagement mean? -- Engagement and motivation -- Engagement and active learning -- Promoting synergy between motivation and active learning -- Additional facets to consider -- From theory to practice: teachers talk about student engagement -- Pt. 2. Tips and strategies (T/S) -- Tips and strategies for fostering motivation -- Tips and strategies for promoting active learning -- Tips and strategies for building community -- Tips and strategies for ensuring students are appropriately challenged -- Tips and strategies to promote holistic learning -- Pt. 3. Student engagement techniques (SETS) -- Knowledge, skills, recall, and understanding -- Analysis and critical thinking -- Synthesis and creative thinking -- Problem solving -- Application and performance -- Attitudes and values -- Self-awareness as learners -- Learning and study skills.