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REFERENCES ON TEACHING

Compiled by Luz P. Mangurian, Ph.D., Director, Alliance for Applied Cognition and Teaching, Towson University

 

ASSESSMENT

 

Adelman, C. Ed. Assessment in American Higher Education: Issues and Contexts. U.S. Department of Education: Office of Educational Research and Improvement.
Alverno College Faculty. Student Assessment-as-Learning at Alverno College.Milwaukee, WI: Alverno College Institute, 1994.  
Angelo, T.A., and Cross, K. P. Classroom Assessment Techniques. 2d. Edition. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1993.  
Gardiner, L. F., Anderson, C., and Cambridge, B. L. Learning Through Assessment: A Resource Guide for Higher Education. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education, Assessment Forum, 1997.
Mentkowski, M. and Associates. Learning that Lasts: Integrating Learning, Development and Performance in College and Beyond. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2000.
Nichols, J. 0. A Practitioners Handbook for Institutional Effectiveness and Student Outcomes Assessment Implementation. (3rd ed.) New York, NY: Agathon Press, 1995.
Palomba, C. A., and Banta, T W. Assessment Essentials: Planning, Implementing, and Improving Assessment in Higher Education. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1999.
Suskie, Linda, Editor. 2001. Assessment to Promote Deep Learning: Insight from AAHE’s 2000 and 1999 Assessment Conferences. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.
Walvoord, B.E., Anderson, V.J. Effective Grading: A tool for Learning and Assessment. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1998.
Walvoord, B.E., Anderson, V.J., Breihan, J. R., McCarthy, L. P., Robison, S. M., and Kimbrough, S. Making traditional graded tests and assignments serve contemporary needs for assessment. In: Assessment in Practice. Banta,T., J. Lund, K. Black,, and F. Oblander (eds.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1996. pp. 278-280.

 

 




 

^ CASE STUDIES

 

Barnes, L.B., Christensen, R., and Hansen, A. J. Teaching and the Case Method: Text, Cases and Readings. Third Edition. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1994.  
Chen, V.K.W. 1995. An environmental chemistry curriculum using case studies. Journal of Chemical Education: 72:6:525-527.  
Christensen, C.R., and Hansen, A.J. Teaching and the Case Method. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Publishing Division, 1986.  
Fourtner, A.W., Fourtner, C.R., and Herried, C.F. 1994. Bad blood: a case study for the Tuskegee Syphilis Project. Journal of College Science Teaching: 23:277-285.  
Erskine, J.A., Leenders, M. R., and Mauffette-Leenders. Teaching with Cases. Waterloo, Canada: Davis and Henderson Ltd, 1981.  
Godfrey, M.R. 1995. Case studies: Adventuring on teaching's high ground. The National Teaching and Learning Forum: 4:6:4-5.
Herried, C.F. 1994. Journal articles as case studies- The New England Journal of Medicine on breast cancer: promoting critical thinking in science. Journal of College Science Teaching: 23:6:349-355.
Herried, C F. 1994. Case studies in science--A novel method of science education . Journal of College Science Education: 23:5:221-229.
Hutchings, P. Using Cases to Improve College Teaching: A Guide to More Reflective Practice. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education, 1993.  
Lewis, R. Case Book in Human Genetics. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Publishers, 1994.  
Merry, R.W. Preparation to teach a case. In: The Case Method at the Harvard Business School. M.P.McNair and A.C. Hersum (Eds.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 1954.  
Millis, B. 1996. Using a cooperative case study approach. Cooperative Learning and College Teaching: 6:2:10-13.  
Perry, B. 1995. Case study responses. The National Teaching and Learning Forum. 5:1:6-8.  
Schnelle, K.E. The problem solving model. In: Case Analysis and Business Problem Solving. New York, NY: McGraw Hill, 1967. pp. 18-40.  
Wassermann, S. Introduction to Case Method Teaching: A Guide to the Galaxy. New York, NY: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1994.  




 

 

^ COOPERATIVE and COLLABORATIVE LEARNING

 

Abrami, P.C., Chambers, B., Poulsen, C., Howden, J., d’Apollonia, S., De Simone, C., Kastelorizios, K., Wagner, D., & Glashan, A. Using Cooperative Learning . Dubuque, IA: Brown & Benchmark, 1993.
Astin, A. 1992. What Matters in College: Four Critical Years Revisited. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Bonwell, C.C., and J.A. Eison. Active Learning: Creating Excitement in the Classroom. Washington, DC: ASHE-ERIC, 1991.
Bosley, D.S. & Jacobs, J.J. 1992. Collaborative writing: A philosopher’s guide. Teaching Philosophy. 15:17-32.
Bosley, D.S., Morgan, M., and Allen, N. 1990. An essential bibliography on collaborative writing. The Bulletin of the Association for Business Communication: 53:27-33.
Bosworth, K. Developing collaborative skills in college students. In: Collaborative Learning: Underlying Processes and Effective Techniques. K. Bosworth, and S.J. Hamilton (Eds.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1994. pp. 25-31.
Bowen, C.W. 2000. A quantitative literature review of cooperative learning effects on high school and college chemistry achievement. Journal of Chemical Education: 77:1:116-119.
Bredehoft, D.J. 1991. Cooperative controversies in the classroom. College Teaching: 39:122-125.
Brown, A. L., and Palincsar. Guided, cooperative learning and individual knowledge acquisition. In: Knowing, Learning and Instruction. L. B. Resnick (Ed.). X, Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1989.  
Bykerk-Kauffman, A. 1995. Using cooperative learning in college geology classes. Journal of Geological Education: 43:309-316.  
Carroll, E. R. 1991. Improved interpersonal relationships. A result of group learning. Journal of Business and Technical Communication: 5:285-299.
Cooper, M. M. 1995. Cooperative learning: an approach for large enrollment courses. Journal of Chemical Education: 72:2:162-164.
Cooper, J.L., Robinson, P., & McKinney, M. Cooperative learning in the classroom. In D.F. Halpern (Ed.). Changing College Classrooms: New Teaching and Learning Strategies for an Increasingly Complex World. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1994. pp 74-92.
Cooper, J. 1996. Cooperative learning in higher education. Cooperative Learning and College Teaching: 6:2:1-6.
Cottell, P. G., Jr. & Millis, B. J. 1993. Cooperative learning structures in the instruction of accounting. Issues in Accounting Education: 8:40-59.
Cottell, P. G., Jr. & Millis, B. J. Financial Accounting: Information for Decisions. Cincinnati, OH: Southwestern, 1994.
Cross, K. P. 1998. Why Learning Communities? Why Now? About Campus: 3:3: 4-11.
Davidson, N., and Worsham, T, eds. Enhancing Thinking Through Cooperative Learning. New York: Teacher’s College Press, 1992.
Dougherty, R. C., Bowen, C. W., Berger, T., Rees, W., Mellon, E.K., and Pulliam, E. 1995. Cooperative learning and enhanced communication: effects on student performance, retention, and attitudes in general chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education: 72:9:793-797.
Dunn, J.P. 1995. Reflections of a recovering lectureholic. The National Learning and Teaching Forum: B6864:2-3.
Emerson, A., Phillips, J., Hunt, C., Alexander, A.B. Case Studies. In: Collaborative Learning: Underlying Processes and Effective Techniques. K. Bosworth, and S. J. Hamilton (Eds.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1994. pp.83-91.  
Feichtner, Susan Brown and Davis, Elaine Actis. 1985. Why some groups fail: a survey of students’ experiences with learning groups. The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review: 9(4): 58-73.
Felder, R.M. 1991. It goes without saying. Chemical Engineering Education: 25:132-133. Friday, R.A. 1990. Faculty training: From group process to collaborative learning. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience: 2:49-67.
Friedmann, M.1989. Stimulating classroom learning with small groups. Music Educator Journal: 76:53-56.  
Fullilove, R.E. and Treisman, P.U. 1990. Mathematics achievement among African American Undergraduates at the University of California, Berkeley: an evaluation of the mathematics workshop program. Journal of Negro Education: 59:3:463-478.  
Gabelnick, F., MacGregory, Matthews, FL, and Smith, B. L. (eds.). Learning Communities. Creating Connections Among Students, Faculty, and Disciplines. New Directions for Teaching and Learning. No. 41. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1990.  
Gibbs, G. Learning in Teams: A Student Guide. Oxford: The Oxford Center for Staff Development, 1994.  
Glendon, K. & Ulrich, D. 1992. Using cooperative learning structures. Nurse Educator. 17:37-39.
Goodsell, A., Maher,M., Tinto, V., Smith, B.L., and MacGregor, J. Collaborative Learning: A Sourcebook for Higher Education. University Park, PA: National Center on Postsecondary Teaching Learning and Assessment, 1992.  
Heller, R., Keith, R., and Anderson, S. 1992. Teaching problem solving through cooperative grouping. Part 1: Group versus individual problem solving. Part 2: Designing problems and structuring groups. American Journal of Physics Teachers: 60:627-644. 
Hoffman, J. A. 1991. Computer-aided collaborative music instruction. Harvard Educational Revie: 61:270-278.  
Johnson, D. W., Johnson, R. T., and Smith, K. A. Active Learning: Cooperation in the College Classroom. Edina, Minn.: Interaction Book Co, 1991.  
Johnson, D.W., and Johnson, R. . 1992. Implementing cooperative learning. Contemporary Education: 63:173-180.  
Jolliffe, L. 1991. Industry’s team approach to classroom projects. Journalism Education: 15-24.
Kagan, S. Cooperative learning: Resources for Teachers. Xan Capistrano, CA: Resources for Teachers, 1992.  
Kagan, S. Cooperative Learning. San Clemente, CA: Kagan CL Co., 1992.  
Keenan, D. & Maier, M.H. Economics live! Learning Economics the Collaborative Way. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. 1994.  
King, A. 1993. From sage on the stage to guide on the side. College Teaching: 41:30-35. 
Long, G. 1989. Cooperative learning: A new approach. Journal of Agricultural Education: 30:2-9. 
Maier, M.H. & Keenan, D. 1994. Cooperative learning in economics. Economic Inquiry: 32:358-361. 
Malacinski, G.M. and Zell, P.W. 1996. Learning molecular biology means more than memorizing the formula for tryptophan. Journal of College Science Teaching: 25:3:198-202.  
Mathews, R.S., Cooper, J.L., Davidson, N., and Hawkes, P. 1995. Building bridges between cooperative and collaborative learning. Change: 27:4:3540.  
McDonnell, T.M. 1990. Joining hands and smarts: Teaching manual legal research through collaborative learning groups. Journal of Legal Education: 40:363-374. 
Meyers, C., and T.B. Jones. Promoting Active Learning: Strategies for the College Classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1993.  
Michaelsen, L. K., Watson, W.E., and Shrader, C. B. 1985. Informative Testing -- A Practical Approach for Tutoring With Groups. The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review: 9(4):19-33.  
Miller, J. E., Trimbur, J., and Wilkes, J. M. Group dynamics: understanding group success and failure in collaborative learning. In: Collaborative Learning: Underlying Processes and Effective Techniques. K. Bosworth, and S. J. Hamilton (Eds.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 1994. pp. 33-44.  
Mills, B. 1996. Using a cooperative case study approach. Cooperative Learning and College Teaching: 6:2.
Nattiv, A., Winitky, N. and Drickey, R. 1991. Using cooperative learning with pre-service elementary and secondary education students. Journal of Teacher Education: 42:216-225.
Reynolds, C. & Salend, S.P. 1989. Cooperative learning in special education teacher preparation programs. Teacher Education and Special Education: 12:91-95.
Sharan, S. (Ed.). Handbook of Cooperative Learning Methods. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1994.  
Smith, B. L., and MacGregor, J. T. What is collaborative learning? In: Collaborative Learning: A Sourcebook for Higher Education. University Park, PA: National Center on Postsecondary Teaching, Learning and Assessment. 1992. pp. 9-22.  
Springer, L., Stanne, M.E., and Donovan, S.S. 1999. Effects of small group learning on undergraduates in science, mathematics, engineering and technology: a meta-analysis. Review of Education Research: 69:1:21-51.
Stetson, N.E. 1966. Using small-group development to facilitate cooperative learning base groups. Cooperative Learning and College Teaching: 6:2:6-7.  
Tharp, G.D. 1993. The connection between personality type and achievement in college biology: How personality influences our ability to succeed in science. Journal of College Science Teaching: 22:5:276-278.
Treisman, U. A Study of the Mathematical Performance of Black Students at the University of California, Berkeley. Doctoral Dissertation. University of California, Berkeley: Dissertation Abstracts International, 1986. 47:1641A.
Vygotsky, L. Mind in Society: The Development of Higher Psychological Processes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1978.  
Zell, P.W., and Malacinsky, G. M. 1994. Impediments to developing collaborative learning strategies. The input vs. output conflict. Journal of Science Education and Technology: 3:2:107-114.




 




 

^ CONSTRUCTIVISM: KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION/LEARNING

 

Bodner, G., Klobuchar, M., and Geelan, D. 2001. The many forms of constructivism. Journal of Chemical Education: 78:1107.  
Bretz, S.L. 2001. Novak’s Theory of Education: Human Constructivism and Meaningful Learning. Journal of Chemical Education: 78: 1107.  
Brophy, J. 1992. Probing the subtleties of subject-matter teaching. Educational Leadership: 49:7:4-8.
Brown, J.S., Collins, A. and Duguid, P. 1989. Situated cognition and the culture of learning. Educational Researche: 18(1), 32-42.
Bruffee, K. Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence and the Authority of Knowledge. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993.  
Bunce, D.M. 1996. The quiet revolution in science education: Teaching science the way students learn. Journal of College Science Teaching: 25:3:169-171.  
Bunce, D. 2001. Does Piaget still have anything to say to chemists? Journal of Chemical Education: 78:1107.  
Dewey, J. Logic: The Theory of Inquiry. New York, NY: Holt and Co., 1938.  
Duffy, T.M. & Jonassen, D. (Eds.). Contructivism and the Technology of Instruction: A Converation. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1992.  
Ginsburg, H., and Opper, S. (Eds.). Piaget's Theory of Intellectual Development: An Introduction. Englewoods Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1969.  
Gould, E., Beylin, A., Tanapat, P., Reeves, A., and Shors, Tracey J. 1999. Learning enhances adult neurogenesis in the hippocampal formation. Nature Neuroscience: 2 & 3: 260-265.
Lebow, D. 1993. Constructivist Values for Systems Design: Five Principles Toward a New Mindset. Educational Technology Research and Development: 41: 4-16.  
Leonard, W.H. 1993. The trend toward research on teaching/learning process: Asking the right questions . Journal of College Science Teaching: 23:2:76-78.
Nakhleh, M. B. 2001. Theories or Fragments? The debate over learners’ naïve ideas about science. Journal of Chemical Education: 78:1107. 
Piaget, J. The Development of Thought: Equilibration of Cognitive Structures. New York, NY: Viking Penguin, 1975.
Perry, W. G., Jr. Forms of Intellectual and Ethical Development in the College Years: A Scheme. Holt, New York, NY: Reinheart and Winston, 1970.  
Perry, W., Jr. Cognitive and Ethical Growth: The Making of Meaning. A.W. Chickering (Ed.). The Modern American College, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1981.  
Phillips, J.L., Jr. Piaget’s Theory: A Primer. San Francisco, CA: W.H. Freeman and Company.  
Raloff, J. 1966. Minds-on-Science. Open-ended experiments cultivate childhood inquiry. Science News: 149:72-73.
Rickey, D. and Stacy, A.M. 2000. The role of metacognition in learning chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education: 77:7:915-920.  
Rorty, R. Objectivity, Relativism, and Truth. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1991.  
Samarapungavan, A. and Robinson, W.R. 2001. Implications of cognitive science research for models of the science learner. Journal of Chemical Education: 78:1107. 
Towns, M.H. 2001. Kolb for chemists: David A. Kolb and experiential learning theory. Journal of Chemical Education: 78:1107.  
vonGlaserfeld, E. 1989. Cognition, Construction of Knowledge, and Teaching. Synthesse: 80: 121-140. 
Vygotsky, L. Mind in Society: The Development of Higher Psychological Processes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1978.  
Wheatley, L. 1991. Constructivist perspectives on science and mathematics learning. Science Education: D:1:9-21.  
Wink, D.J. 2001. Reconstructing student meaning: A theory of perspective transformation. Journal of Chemical Education: 78:1107. 
Woods, D.C. 1996. Teaching and Learning: What can research tell us? Some considerations for both students and instructors. Journal of College Science Teaching: 25:3:229-232.  




 




 

^ CRITICAL THINKING

 

Adams, D.L. 1993. Instructional techniques for critical thinking and life-long learning in science courses. Journal of College Science Teaching: 23:2:100-104.  
Allen, R.D. Biology: A Critical Thinking Approach. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Publishers, 1995.  
Belenky, M. F., Clinchy, B., Goldberg, N. and Tarule, J.   Women’s Way of Knowing. Basic Books, 1986.
Paul, Dr. Richard and Elder, Dr. Linda. The Miniature Guide to Critical Thinking: Concepts & Tools. The Foundation for Critical Thinking, 1999.
Morgan, Jr., W.R. 1995. "Critical thinking"- What does it mean? Searching for a definition of a crucial intellectual process. Journal of College Science Teaching: 24:5:336-340.  
Nelson, C.E. Skewered on the unicorn's horn: the illusion of tragic tradeoff between content and critical thinking in the teaching of science. In: Enhancing Critical Thinking in the Sciences. L.W. Crow (Ed.). Washington, DC: Society for College Science Teachers, 1989. pp.17-27.  
Nelson, C.E. On the persistence of unicorns: the trade-off between content and critical thinking revisited. In: B. A. Pescosolido and R. Aminzade, Eds. The Social Worlds of Higher Education: Handbook for Teaching in a New Century. Pine Forge Press. pp. 168-184.
Nelson, C.E. 1994. Notes on a Chataqua course on critical thinking in science courses: 3/30/94- 4/1/94. Biosource: 3:2:2-3.
Nelson, C.E. Critical thinking and collaborative learning. In: Collaborative Learning: Underlying Processes and Effective Techniques. K. Bosworth, and S.J. Hamilton (Eds.).   San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1994. pp. 45-58.
Statkiewicz, W.R. and Allen, R.D. 1983. Practice exercises to develop critical thinking skills. Journal of College Science Teaching: 12:262-266.  




 




 

ETHICS

 

Honor in Science. Research Triangle Park, NC: Sigma XI, The Scientific Research Society (Ed), 1994. Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy. ^ On Being a Scientist: Responsible Conduct in Research. Second edition. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1995.




 




 

^ GOOD PRACTICE IN EDUCATION

 

American Association for the Advancement of Science. Benchmarks for Science Literacy. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1993.  
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Science for all Americans: Project 2061. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1990.  
Barr, R.B., and Tagg, J. From Teaching to Learning: A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Education. Change: 1995, 27(6), 12-25.  
Brophy, J. 1992. Probing the subtleties of subject-matter teaching. Educational Leadership: April: 4-8.  
Caprio, M.W. 1996. Oiling the reform movement: fueling its momentum through sensitivity to change. Journal of College Science Teaching: 25:3:188-191.  
Chickering, A.W., and Gamson, Z.F. 1987. Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education. American Association of Higher Education Bulletin: March 5:6-10.  
Ewell, P.T. 1997. Organizing for Learning: A New Imperative. AAHE Bulletin: 50:4:10-12.  
Guskin, A.E. Restructuring the role of faculty. Reducing Student Costs & Enhancing Student's Learning. Part II. Change: Sep/Oct. 16-25.
McKeachie, W.J., and others. Teaching Tips: Strategies, Research, and Theory for College and University Teachers. (9th ed.) Lexington, Mass.: Heath, 1994.
Rutherford, F J., and Ahlgren, A. Science for All Americans: Scientific Literacy. What is it? Why America Needs it. How can we Achieve it? New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1990.  
Svinicki, M. 1994. What they don't know can't hurt them: the role of prior knowledge in learning. Teaching Excellence: 5:4.
Twigg, C.A. 1994. The need for learning infrastructure. Educom Review: Sep/Oct volume: 17-20.
Ward, R.J., and Bodner, G.M. 1993. How lecture can undermine the motivation of our students. Symposium: Lecture and Learning: Are they compatible? Journal of Chemical Education: 70:3:198-199.




 




 

^ HIGHER ORDER THINKING

 

Anderson, R.D., Anderson, B.L., Varanka-Martin, M.A., Romagnano, L., Bielenberg, J., Flory, M., Mieras, B., and Whitworth, J. Issues of Curriculum Reform in Science, Mathematics and Higher Order Thinking across Disciplines. Washington, DC: Office of Research, US Department of Education, 1994.  
Angelo, T.A. 1993. A "Teachers dozen": fourteen general, research-based principles for improving higher learning in our classrooms. American Association of Higher Education Bulletin: 45:3:5-20.
Bedhar, A.K., Cunningham D., Duffy, T.M., and Perry, J.D. Theory into practice. In: Instructional Technology. G.J. Anglin (Ed.). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 1991.  
Bloom, B.S. Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. The Classification of Educational Goals. Handbook 1: Cognitive Domain. New York, NY: Longman, 1956.  
Garafalo, F., and LoPresti, V. 1993. Evolution of an integrated college freshman curriculum: using educational research findings as a guide. Journal of Chemical Education: 70:5:352-359.  
Johnstone, D.B. 1993. Enhancing the productivity of learning. AAHE Bulletin: 46:4: 3-5.
King, P.M. 1992. How do we know? Why do we believe? : Learning to make reflective judgments. Liberal Education: 78:1:2-9.  
Kurfiss, J. G. Critical thinking: theory, research, practice and possibilities. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report No. 2. Washington, DC: Association for the Study of Higher Education, 1988.  
Leonard, W.H. 1993. The trend toward research on the teaching/learning process. Asking the right questions. Journal of College Science Teaching.   Nov.:76-78.
Mezirow, J.Learning as Transformation. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2000.
Moore, J.A. Science as a Way of Knowing. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1993.
Resnick, L.B. Education and Learning to Think. Committee on Mathematics, Science and Technology Education. Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. National Research Council (Eds.). Washington, DC: National Academic Press, 1987.  
Sinnott, J.D. The Development of Logic in Adulthood: Postformal Thought and its Applications. New York, NY: Plenum, 1998.   
Sinnott, J.D. & Johnson, L. Reinventing the University: A Radical Proposal for a Problem-Focused University. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1996.
Sinnott, J.D. (Ed.). Handbook of Adult Lifespan Learning. New Haven, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994.
Sternberg, R.J. and Spear-Swerling, L. Teaching for Thinking: Psychology in the classroom. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 1996.




 




 

^ INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EDUCATION

 

Blumberg, R.B. 1995. Ex Libris: Glimpsing the future of education by navigating the Web. Reprinted from The Sciences. Journal of College Science Teaching: 25:3:184-187.  
Breivick, P.S., and Jones, D.L. 1993. Information Literacy: liberal education for the information age. Liberal Education: 79:1:24-29.  
Cartwright, G.P., and Barton, L. 1995. Beyond E-mail: The world wide web. Change: 27:4:46-49.
Levin, D I., and Shurkin. J. 1995. A selective guide to biomedical resources on the internet. The Journal of NIH Research: 7:74-77.
Navarra, J.G., Levin, J., and Navarra Jr., J.G. 1992. Using an interactive database to develop a new paradigm: Throwing away the textbook in favor of student initiative and involvement--more in the hands-on department. Journal of College Science Teaching: Sep/Oct.34-36.  
Shurkin, J. 1995. Internet makes biology a global village. The Journal of NIH Research: 7:72-73.  
Sullivan, P. Computer technology and collaborative learning. In: Collaborative Learning: Underlying Processes and Effective Techniques. K. Bosworth, and S. J. Hamilton (Eds.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1994. pp. 59-67.




 







METACOGNITION





American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). 1998. CPA Vision Project: Focus on the Horizon. Executive Summary and CPA Vision Project Focus Groups: Public Practice, Industry, Government CPAs; also an Addendum: Student Focus Groups. New York, NY: AICPA.
Bjorkman, M. 1994. Internal cue theory: Calibration and resolution of confidence in general knowledge. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 58: 386-405.
Lan, W. Y. 1996. The effects of self-monitoring on students’ course performance, use of learning strategies, attitude, self-judgment ability and knowledge representation. Journal of Experimental Education 64 (2): 101-115.
Pressley, M. and Ghatala, E. S. 1990. Self-regulated learning: Monitoring learning from text. 2000. Educational Psychologist 25: 19-33.
Rickey, D. and Stacy, A.M. 2000. The role of metacognition in learning chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education: 77:7:915-920.  
Smith, P. A. 2001. Understanding self-regulated learning and its implications for accounting educators and researchers. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 661-700.
Stone, N. J. 2000. Exploring the relationship between calibration and self-regulated learning. Educational Psychology Review 12 (4): 437-475.
Zimmerman, B. J. 1990. Self-regulated learning and academic achievement: An overview. Educational Psychology 25: 3-17.







 

MENTORS/PEER-INSTRUCTORS

 

Heywood, P. 1988. The science mentor program in undergraduate science courses. Journal of College Science Teaching: 18:3:212-214.
Malacinski, G., and Zell, P. W. 1996. Learning molecular biology means more than memorizing the formula for tryptophan. Journal of College Science Teaching.: 25:3:198-202.




 




 

^ PERSONALITY TESTS

 

Gordon, G., and Morse, E. 1969. Creative potential and organizational structure. Journal of the Academy of Management: Spring 69:37-49.  
Myers, I.B. Introduction to Type. Revised Edition. Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Press, 1991. (Originally published in 1962).




 




 

^ PROBLEM SOLVING

 

Engel, C. Not just a method but a way of learning. In: The Challenge of Problem-Based Learning. Boud and Felleti (Eds.). New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 1991.  
Woods, D.R. Problem-based Learning: How to Gain the Most from PBL. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada: W.L. Griffin Limited Publishers, 1994.
Woods, D. R. Problem solving in practice. In: What Research says to the Science Teacher. Volume 5. Problem Solving. D. Gabel, editor. Washington DC: National Science Teachers Association , 1989.  
Woods, D.R. 1944. Karplus and resource material for developing PS. Understanding the mechanisms of reasoning . Journal of College Science Teachin: November:135-136.  
Woods, D.C. 1996. Teaching and Learning: What can research tell us? Some considerations for both students and instructors . Journal of College Science Teaching: 25:3:229-232.




 




 

^ SCIENCE/MATHEMATICS TEACHING STRATEGIES

 

Adams, D.L. 1993. Instructional techniques for critical thinking and life-long learning in science courses . Journal of College Science Teaching: 23:2:100-104.  
Anderson, R.D., Anderson, B.L., Varanka-Martin, M.A., Romagnano, L., Bielenberg, J., Flory, M., Mieras, B., and Whitworth, J. Issues of Curriculum Reform in Science, Mathematics and Higher Order Thinking Across Disciplines. Washington, DC: Office of Research, US Department of Education, 1994.  
Chickering, A.W., and Gamson, Z.F. 1987. Seven Principles for good practice in undergraduate education. American Association of Higher Education Bulletin: 5:6-10.
Duschl, R.A. Restructuring Science Education: The Importance of Theories and their Development. New York, NY: Teachers College Press, 1990.  
Feldman, S.T R., Anderson, V., and Mangurian, L.P. 2001. Teaching Effective Scientific Writing: Refining Students’ Skills within the Towson Transition Course: Teaching Effective Scientific Communication. Journal of College Science Teaching: 30:7:445-449.
Garafalo, F., and LoPresti, V. 1993. Evolution of an integrated college freshman curriculum: Using educational research findings as a guide. Journal of Chemical Education: 70:5:352-359.
Herried, C.F. 1994. Journal articles as case studies-The New England Journal of Medicineon breast cancer: promoting critical thinking in science. Journal of College Science Teaching: 23:6:349-355.
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^ WORKS BY INSPIRATIONAL AND REFLECTIVE TEACHERS

 

Brookfield, S.D. The Skillfull Teacher. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass,1990.
Palmer, P. The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of a Teacher’s Life. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1998.
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Schön, D.A. Educating the Reflective Practitioner. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1987.




 




 

WRITING

 

Allen, G. 1995. Editing as instruction: students as writers. The National Teaching and Learning Forum: 4:5:5-6.
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Capossela, T-L. The Critical Writing Workshop: Designing Writing Assignments to Foster Critical Thinking. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1993.
Elbow, P. Writing With Power: Techniques for Mastering the Writing Process. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1981.
Graves, R. L., ed. Writing, Teaching, Learning: A Sourcebook. Westport, CT: Heinemann, 1999.
Hacker, D. A Writer’s Reference. Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s. 1999.
Hill, C. E. Writing from the Margins: Power and Pedagogy for Teachers of Writing. New York: Oxford UP, 1990.
McMillan, V.E.Writing Papers in the Biological Sciences.New York, NY: St. Martins Press, 1988.
Ray, R. E. The Practice of Theory: Teacher Research in Composition. Urbana: NCTE, 1993.
Stock, P., ed. Forum: Essays on Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Writing. Upper Montclair, NJ: Boynton/Cook, 1983.
Walvoord, B. E., and McCarthy, L. P. Thinking and Writing in College: A Naturalistic Study of Students in Four Disciplines. Urbana: NCTE, 1991. L. P.

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