Mount Allison University has consistently been ranked among the leading undergraduate universities in Canada over the last two decades. How does a small-town university with a population of just 2,500 students achieve such outstanding successes year after year? According to Dr. Louise Wasylkiw and Dr. Jennifer L. Tomes, it is the exceptional quality of teaching that makes 'Mount A' truly stand out from the crowd. In this volume, Wasylkiw and Tomes have assembled essays from across disciplines that examine the diversity of pedagogical methods and philosophies that instructors currently employ to give Mount A students a modern, critical, and conscientious education experience. Arranged around the themes of course conceptualization, targeted teaching techniques, and going beyond performance assessments to measure students' outcomes, the contributors' essays range widely in scope. Their collective theme, however, is the depth and breadth of the high quality of teaching offered at Mount A.
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|Size: ||4.3 MB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781460279380 (DRM-PDF)|
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