"Another book on college teaching?" you may ask. "Surely too many have been written already!" Dr Davis hopes that professors with find this to be a different book on college teaching, because it explores in depth some viable teaching strategies for the college classroom. This book has grown out of a course on college teaching offered regularly at the University of Denver.
Table of Contents
What Is Known, What Is Said, STRATEGY 1: Employing Instructional Systems, STRATEGY 2: Communicating Through Lectures, STRATEGY 3: Facilitating Inquiry, STRATEGY 4: Utilizing Group Processes, Choosing and Using a Teaching Strategy
Dr. Davis is a retired public school administrator, thus far having spent 43 years in education, and is still very actively involved in education as a consultant and as an advisor to Doctoral students in Educational Leadership at NOVA Southeastern University. His educational consultant thrust concentrates on curriculum and staff development, especially as it relates to teaching and supervision in standards-based education. Dr. Davis has taught mathematics at the high school level, Education at the undergraduate level and Educational Administration and Supervision at the graduate level. He has written articles for various educational publications, including New Voices in Education, Education New Mexico, Pennsylvania Journal of Teacher Leadership, and Learning & Media. He has received the Pennsylvania Association of Supervision and Curriculum Directors award for research and publications. Dr. Davis earned his Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling at Alfred University and his Ed.D. in Educational Administration at New Mexico State University.