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Successful College Teaching Begins with Throwing Away Your Lecture Notes


reviewed by Karen S. Buchanan ó April 12, 2018

coverTitle: Successful College Teaching Begins with Throwing Away Your Lecture Notes
Author(s): Calvin Luther Martin
Publisher: K-Selected Books, Malone
ISBN: 098418273X, Pages: 153, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 12, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22329, Date Accessed: 10/23/2018 2:22:01 AM

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  • Karen Buchanan
    George Fox University
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    KAREN BUCHANAN has been an educator for over thirty years. She began her career in public K-12 education. Karen has spent the last two decades in private higher education as a teacher educator, department chair, and a university dean of instruction. Today she serves as chair of the Doctor of Educational Leadership program at George Fox University. Her passion is teaching, helping others become teachers, and helping people lead their teams toward outstanding instruction. Additionally, she has led a number of regional and national accreditation efforts. In addition to writing about effective instruction, Karenís research agenda focuses on teacher and family/community engagement. Her current project investigates teacher educatorsí pedagogy around the preparation of teacher candidates to work with families to achieve student success. She regularly presents at the Association of Teacher Educatorsí national conference. Her current piece under review is entitled "Repositioning Family-Community Knowledge in Teacher Preparation."
 
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