|Table of Contents and Individual Chapters|
Jared Keeley, Jeffrey Stowell, Bernard Beins, William Buskist
|1.||Lessons Learned from a Career as a Student of Teaching
William E. Addison, Eastern Illinois University
|2.||Enormous Flywheel: Teaching Psychological Science
Scott C. Bates, Utah State University
|3.||Work in Progress
Janet F. Carlson, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
|4.||A Career Lived Forward, Understood Backward
Andrew N. Christopher, Albion College
|5.||In Pursuit of Becoming Extraneous
Marjorie K. Cole, Kellam High School
|6.||Passing the Torch to Others: The Importance of Mentoring
Kimberley J. Duff, Cerritos College
|7.||What a World, What a Life, I’m in Love!
Jeremy Ashton Houska, University of Nevada Las Vegas
|8.||Surely They Don‟t Expect Me to Teach
Jessica Irons, James Madison University
|9.||Fortuitous Foundations for a Vivacious Vocation
Jared Keeley, Mississippi State University
|10.||Learning to Step Aside
Debra Mashek, Harvey Mudd College
|11.||The Margins of Significance
Maureen A. McCarthy, Kennesaw State University
|12.||Venture the Work for the Sake of the Zest
Richard L. Miller, University of Nebraska at Kearney
|13.||Good Teaching is Like Life—It’s All about Relationships
Kim M. O’Donnell, Naugatuck Valley Community College
Jennifer L. O’Loughlin- Brooks, Collin College
|15.||33 Years and Still Getting Psyched!
Debra Park, West Deptford High School
|16.||From Teaching Tennis to Teaching Psychology
Jane P. Sheldon, University of Michigan-Dearborn
|17.||Effective Teaching: Putting Yourself OUT There
Susan A. Spencer, Northern Highlands Regional High School
|18.||Early in My Evolution: Some Changes, Some Constants, and an Ultimate Goal
Tracy E. Zinn, James Madison University
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