Your students aren't reading. They aren't engaged in class. Getting them to talk is like pulling teeth.
Whatever the situation, your reality is not meeting your expectations. Change is needed. But who's got the time?
Or maybe you're just starting out, and you want to get it right the first time.
If so, Teaching College: The Ultimate Guide to Lecturing, Presenting, and Engaging Students is the blueprint. Written for the early career college professor, this easy-to-implement college instruction guide teaches you to:
Think like advertisers to understand your target audience - your students
Adopt the active learning approach of the best K-12 teachers
Write a syllabus that gets noticed and read
Develop lessons that stimulate deep engagement
Create slide presentations that students can digest
Take charge of your college classroom management
Get students to do the readings, participate more, and care about your course
Secrets like "focusing on students, not content" and building a "customer" profile of the class will change the way you teach. The author, Dr. Norman Eng, argues that much of these approaches and techniques have been effectively used in marketing and K-12 education, two industries that could greatly improve how college instructors teach.
Find out how to hack the world of higher education instruction and have your course become the standard by which all other courses will be measured against. Whether you are an adjunct, a lecturer, an assistant professor, or even a graduate assistant, effective teaching is within your grasp.
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