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Action Research Titles
The Action Research Guidebook
Print book. The book includes numerous tables, charts, handouts, forms, and worksheets to demystify and simplify the action research process.
Print book. Practical and comprehensive, the book focuses on research methods and procedures that educators can use in their everyday profession.
Action Research for New Teachers
Print book. Breaks the process down into small steps giving you concise, jargon-free guidance on all the issues and key considerations that you will need to tackle.
Student Assessment/Critical Thinking Titles
Real-Time Student Assessment
Print book. Urgently recalibrate assessment processes to focus on currently enrolled students' progress towards achieving a high-quality degree, regardless of when they matriculate or re-enter higher education.
Print book. The step-by-step approach of Assessment Essentials will guide you through the process of developing an assessment program, from the research and planning phase to implementation and beyond, with more than 100 examples along the way.
Raising the Rigor
Print book. Explore example situations, templates, and strategies to promote students' higher-order thinking skills and deepen their engagement.
Critical Thinking Skills for Dummies
Print book. Strong critical thinking skills provide a vital foundation for academic success.
Books in the Library
The TCC Library uses the Library of Congress Classification System. General Education Materials are located in the L section.
LA - History of Education
LB - Theory and Practice of Education
LC - Special Aspects of Education
This book features 53 tips on how to deliver engaging presentations and 32 techniques you can assign students to do to support their learning during your lecture.
33 Simple Strategies For Faculty
The strategies pay particular attention to the needs and challenges that low-income, ethno-racial minority, and first-generation college students face in the transition to university academics.
Helping teachers take advantage of game design principles and intrinsic motivators to build more effective courses.
Geeky Pedagogy is a funny, evidence-based, multidisciplinary, pragmatic, highly readable guide to the process of learning and relearning how to be an effective college teacher.
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