This book presents 16 teaching techniques organized in lessons to be used by teachers.
Teaches students the rhetorical moves found in persuasive writing across all disciplines.
This book, by Michelle Reale, outlines how and why to begin a reflective practice, primarily aimed at the academic librarian who leads instruction.
Written by Barbezat and Bush, this book discusses how contemplative pedagogy is more than a trendy new teaching technique.
A practical guide to how to think through the process of researching a project.
Julie Dirksen's book focuses on a very practical approach to designing learning, drawing upon what we know about how our brain works, and then applying it.
This book, written by Wiggins and McTighe, explains the rationale of backward design and explores in greater depth the meaning of such key ideas as essential questions and transfer tasks.
Providing both a theoretical framework and practical guidance, this title introduces feminist pedagogy to librarians seeking to enrich their teaching practices in feminist and progressive ways.
Roadmap specifically for librarians who are new to instruction, or who are charged with training someone who is new. Includes sample lesson plans and activities, observation form, training checklist, etc.
Strategies to guide students towards meeting instructors' expectations for critical thinking. Includes sections on active learning, assessment, and the ACRL Framework.