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Table of Contents
- Paying it Forward: Continuing the Care and Student Engagement in College Teaching
Stephanie E. Afful, Fontbonne University
- When All is Said and Done
Ruth L. Ault, Davidson College
- Learn, Create, Change, Repeat: A Recipe for Teaching
Suzanne Baker, James Madison University
- A Late Bloomer: Confessions of a Recovering “Lecturer”
Joan T. Bihun, University of Colorado Denver
- Why Teach?
Jeanne A. Blakeslee, Mercy High School
- Teaching is Scary
Robert Bubb, Auburn University
- If the Only Tool You Have is a Hammer, You Treat Everything Like a Nail
Deborah A. Carroll, Southern Connecticut State University
- Transformational Learning: Beyond the Classroom Context
Gary Creasey, Illinois State University
- Always a Work in Progress
David B. Daniel, James Madison University
- Teaching with Three Cs: Creativity, Connections, and Critical Thinking
Nancy S. Diehl, Hong Kong International School
- …Involve Me and I Learn
Vincent J. Granito, Jr., Lorain County Community College.
- The Joy of Teaching: Help Me Help You
He Len Chung, The College of New Jersey
- Teaching is Surviving until the Next Class
Matthew T. Huss, Creighton University
- On the Synergy between Strong Teaching and Strong Research
Robyn L. Kondrad, Appalachian State University
- As It Turns Out, It’s All about Our Students: Reflections of a Life-long Psychology Educator
R. Eric Landrum, Boise State University
- Reflections on the Long and Winding Road of Professional Growth
Hillary H. Steiner, Kennesaw State University
- Why Chasing Rainbows and Getting Wet Makes for Good Teaching
Virginia (Ginger) Wickline, Miami University – Middletown
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Bubb, R., Stowell, J., & Buskist, W. (Eds.). (2014). The Teaching of Psychology in Autobiography: Perspectives from Exemplary Psychology Teachers (Vol. 5). Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology website: http://teachpsych.org/page-1862868
Afful, S. (2014). Paying it forward: Continuing the care and student engagement in college teaching. In R. Bubb, J. Stowell, & W. Buskist (Eds.). The Teaching of Psychology in Autobiography: Perspectives from Exemplary Psychology Teachers (Vol. 5). Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology website: http://teachpsych.org/page-1862868
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