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Reporting the latest in professional development activities at the 2-year college, 4-year college, and university levels. -- A highly successful stand-by that addresses concerns for your most valuable resource, PEOPLE! It is the one medium in higher education strictly addressing both the practical and theoretical aspects of the planning, design, implementation and evaluation of practices and programs leading to effective and efficient institutions and individuals.
STUDENT CENTERED LEARNING
NOTE: This journal has been combined with the Journal of Student Centered Learning. All content described below now appears in the Journal of Faculty Development beginning with Volume 21, Issue 3.
Encouraging college and university faculty in the search for ways to focus on learning that is student centered versus teacher centered.
The additional thrust of the journal includes a focus on students as active, involved learners versus focusing on teachers and teaching styles.
Teachers who embrace student centered learning (SCL) encourage students to:
Specific learning approaches that have strong student centered components are Cooperative Learning, Collaborative Learning, Learning Communities, Problem Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Service Learning, Case Method, peer based learning, paired or grouped courses, adult learning, experiential learning, Constructivist learning, to name a few.
The Journal, published three times a year, serves as a medium for the exchange of information and ideas that will address these pressing issues in higher education. Price of annual subscription (3 issues) $52.00; request information about bulk subscriptions and back issues; ($15.00 S&H outside U.S.)
|About the Editor:||Edward Neal, Ph.D., is retired as director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. He now is active as a professional development consultant.|
Now entering Vol. 27 [ISSN:0736-7627; 8-by-10-inch]