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The only teaching improvement text that uses fable & metaphor and READS LIKE A NOVEL!WATERMARKS is the perfect read for part and full-time college instructors to get a grip on learning outcomes, alternative assessment, learning communities and all the newest instructional practices for the 21st century classroom.You will find that this book is like no other in the area of faculty development in its use of story and metaphor. Part One is all story and metaphor, with deep, embedded significance for what it means to “guide” student learning. The title, Watermarks, emerges in Part Two where the paddlers glean ten (10) hallmarks of sound instructional practice from the story that reframe best practices for 21st century college teaching (guiding). Part Three reveals in depth how one program faculty applied each of the ten Watermarks in their face-to-face and virtual classrooms and how you can do the same in your own courses. If our wildest hopes are realized, this story about water will be a significant change agent for a new generation of college faculty.Biografía del autor:
Don Prickel, Ph. D., educational consultant and past president of the White Water Institute for College Instructional Leadership, Astoria, Oregon, is both a national and international leader in outcomes-based curriculum design and adult learner-centered instructional practices for community colleges and universities. He is co-author of Number Power: Geometry and Number Power: Graphs, Charts, Schedules, and Maps, Contemporary Books/McGraw Hill, Inc. His experiences as an adult educator, teacher trainer, assistant professor and coordinator of a master's degree program in adult education at Oregon State University have resulted in this unique resource for adult college faculty. In partnership with Dr. Stiehl, Dr. Prickel continues to work closely with colleges to transform traditional teaching practices into guiding adult learners through engaged and innovative practices. He resides in both Corvallis, Oregon and Tucson, Arizona. (www.white-waterinstitute.) Dr. Ruth E. Stiehl, Ed. D., Professor Emeritus, Instructional Leadership in Higher Education, Oregon State University, is best known as co-author of a series of three books on learning outcomes and assessment: The Outcomes Primer: Reconstructing the College Curriculum, 2nd Ed. (2007), The Assessment Primer: Creating a Flow of Evidence (2009), and The Mapping Primer: Tools for Reconstructing the College Curriculum, 2nd Ed. (2012). Over a period of ten years, this series has helped hundreds of colleges across the United States and Canada to meet new accreditation standards for learning and assessment that is more relevant to life roles in the 21st century. In contrast to most scholarly and academic works, all of Dr. Stiehl's teaching, writing, speaking, and workshops are charged with story, metaphor, and experiential engagement. A cofounder of the White Water Institute, she lives and works in Corvallis, Oregon. (www.outcomesnet.com and www.white-waterinstitute.)
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