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Getting Started in Academia

Hardwick, Susan. 2005. “Mentoring Early Career Faculty in Geography: Issues and Strategies”.The Professional Geographer 57 (1): 21–27

Linking Teaching and Research. — PowerPoint Presentation by Mick Healey and Alan Jenkins

Getting Started in Academia. — Some Tips from Fred Shelley .pdf format.

Solem, Michael N. and Kenneth E.Foote. 2004. “Concerns, Attitudes, and Abilities of Early Career Geography Faculty”. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 94 (4): 889–912.

Preparing Instructional Material

Planning a Course : Syllabi and Assessment — PowerPoint Presentation by Doug Gamble, Dept. of Earth Sciences, UNC-Wilmington

Learning Cycles, Learning Styles and Course Design — PowerPoint Presentation by Mick Healey

Learning Outcomes and Assessment in Geography — PowerPoint Presentation by Mick Healey

Issues of Assessment and Aligning Goals and Assessment — PowerPoint Presentation by Mick Healey

Power Issues and Alternative Paradigms

Barr, R.B. and Tagg, J. 1995. “From Teaching to Learning – A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Education.” Change 27 (6), 13–25

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