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Thriving in Academe

Thriving in Academe is a joint project of the National Education Association and the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education. This section is intended to promote ever more effective teaching and learning in higher education through dialogue among colleagues. The opinions of this feature are solely the authors' and do not reflect the views of either organization. For more information contact the editor, Douglas L. Robertson at Florida International University, or Con Lehane at the NEA.

Table of Contents

Teaching by the Seat of Your Pants

Tales from Real Life: Feeling a Bit Inferior

Teaching Outside Your Expertise

Best Practices: Active Learning for Non-Experts

Issues to Consider: The Dreaded Mistake

References and Resources

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16-Oct-09


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