Essays from E-xcellence in Teaching: 2010 Volume 10
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Table of Contents
|Title Page and Front Matter
|1. Reflections on a Lifetime of Teaching and Learning
Richard L. Miller, University of Nebraska at Kearney
|2. Incivility, Inattention, and Multitasking! Oh My! Creating Effective Learning Environments for Millennial Learners
Christy Price, Dalton State College
|3. A Blueprint for the Future: From Puget Sound to Your Campus
Karen Brakke (Spelman College) and Barney Beins (Ithaca College)
|4. Technology for Educators
Sue Frantz, Highline Community College
|5. Internationalizing Your Psychology Course
Richard S. Velayo, Pace University
|6. Advising Dilemmas: Difficult Messages and Strategies for Delivering Them
Daniel T. Rogers (Kennesaw State University) and Monica J. Reis-Bergan (James Madison University)
|7. The Vacuity of Positive Thinking: A Century of Pop Psychology
Luis A. Cordón, Eastern Connecticut State University
|8. To Customize or Not to Customize? Benefits and Disadvantages
Teresa L. Davis and Mary Ellen Fromuth, Middle Tennessee State University
|9. On Blogging about Teaching Psychology
Dana S. Dunn, Moravian College
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