Monday, April 14, 2008

Effective Teaching and Quality Instruction Matrix

Selected Readings on Effective Teaching and Quality Instruction

  • American Association for Higher Education, American College Personnel Association, & National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. (1998). Powerful partnerships: A shared responsibility for learning: A joint report. Retrieved February 1, 2005 from http://www.aahe.org/teaching/tsk_frce.htm.
  • Angelo, T. (1993). "A teacher's dozen: Fourteen general, research-based principles for improving higher learning in our classrooms." American Association for Higher Education Bulletin, 45(8), 3-7, 13.
  • Barron, A. (1998). "Designing web-based training." British Journal of Educational Technology 29(4), 355-370.
  • Boyer, E. (1990). Scholarship reconsidered: Priorities of the professoriate: A special report. Princeton, NJ: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
  • Caverly, D., & MacDonald, L. (2002, Spring). "Online learning communities." Journal of Developmental Education 25(3), 36-37. Retrieved February 24, 2004 from ProQuest database. (Accession No.: 115177189).
  • Chickering, A., & Gamson, Z. (1987). "Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education." American Association for Higher Education Bulletin, 39(7), p. 3-7.
  • Dwyer, F. (1999, December). "Distance education: An evolving instructional technology application." Educational Media International 36(4), 248-257.
  • Education Commission of the States. (1995). Making quality count in undergraduate education: A report for the ECS chairman's 'quality counts' agenda in higher education. Denver, CO: ECS Distribution Center. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED388208).
  • Gillespie, F. (Winter 1998). “Instructional design for the new technologies”. In R. Menges & M. Svinicki (Series Eds.), K. Gillespie (Vol. Ed.), The Impact of Technology on Faculty Development, Life, and Work (pp. 39-52). New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Number 76, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
  • Glassick, C., Huber, M., & Maeroff, G. (1997). Scholarship assessed: Evaluation of the professoriate: A special report. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass Publishers.
  • Grasha, A., & Yangarber–Hicks, N. (2000, Winter). “Integrating teaching styles and learning styles with instructional technology”. College Teaching, 48(1), 2–10. Retrieved September 15, 2004 from ProQuest Education Journals database. (Document ID: 50577656).
  • Grunert, J. (1997). The course syllabus: A learning–centered approach. Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing, Company, Incorporated.
  • Howell, D. (2001, Summer). “Elements of effective e–learning: Three design methods to minimize side effects of online courses”. College Teaching, 49(3), 87–90. Retrieved July 12, 2004, from Wilson Education Abstracts database. (Document ID: 82834518).
  • MacDonald, L., & Caverly, D. (2001, Fall). "Engendering online discussion." Journal of Developmental Education 25(1), 38-39. Retrieved February 24, 2004 from ProQuest database (Accession No.: 85406679).
  • McClenney, K. (2004). "Redefining quality in community colleges." Change, 36(6), 16-21. Retrieved October 6, 2006 from ProQuest database (Accession No.: 756263741).
  • McKeachie, W. (1994). “Peer learning, collaborative learning, cooperative learning”. In W. McKeachie (Ed.), Teaching tips: Strategies, research, and theory for college and university teachers. (9th Ed.), (pp. 143-151). Lexington, MA: DC Heath and Company.
  • Moore. M. (1989). "Editorial: Three types of interaction." The American Journal of Distance Education, 3(2), 1-6.
  • Newlin, M. H., & Wang, A. Y. (November 2, 2002). “Integrating technology and pedagogy: web instruction and seven principles of undergraduate education”. Teaching of Psychology, 29(4), 325–330. Retrieved June 4, 2003 from EBSCO Journals, http://ejournals.ebsco.com/direct.asp?ArticleID=A5D31JHHHJQH9Y7K2U9B.
  • Oakes, J. (1989). "What educational indicators? The case for assessing the school context". Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 11(2), 181-199.
  • Parkes, J., & Harris, M. (2002). “The purposes of a syllabus”. College Teaching, 50(2), 55. Retrieved December 2, 2004, from Wilson Education Abstracts database. (Document ID: 134519661).
  • Porter, A. (1989). "External standards and good teaching: The pros and cons of telling teachers what to do". Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 11(4), 343-356.
  • Porter, A. (1991). "Creating a system of school process indicators." Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 13(1), 13-29.
  • Twigg, C. (2003). "Improving quality and reducing cost: Designs for effective learning." Change, 35(4), pp. 23-29.
  • Yoon, S. (Winter 2003). “In search of meaningful online learning experiences”. In S. Imel & J. Ross-Gordon (Series Eds.), S. Aragon (Vol. Ed.), Facilitating Learning in Online Environments (pp. 19–30). New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, Number 100, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.
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