The Caring Professor: A Guide to Effective, Rewarding, and Rigorous Teaching
RELEASE DATE: Tuesday, November 26, 2013 / Amazon + iBooks
The Student Caring Project endorses higher education based on an intentional and ongoing investigation of who students are and how we may help them to make the most of their educations. In this context, it seeks to establish clear expectations for professors and students regarding the goals of higher education, and practical tools for faculty, students, and students’ families that will increase student success.
- Student CaringCo-Founder, 2011 - presentI have been a teaching college professor since 1980 and am passionate about all that I have learned about the profession of teaching, which I love. While I teach general education requirements in the arts, my department home has always been in the theatre. I teach courses in the area of design, management and production: Stage Management, Lighting Design, Introduction to Theatre, and others. I have taught at the undergraduate level at a community college and a private university and at the graduate level where I taught stage management for a large university. I am passionate about interacting with my colleagues, globally, about the profession of teaching. Within that, of course, “Student Caring.” I have been teaching long enough to have observed how, when integrated with excellent instruction, can make all the difference in the world for the student. Within that scope, I am especially passionate about course design, in-class instruction, and the transition from college to career.
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