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Table of Contents About the Author Foreword Preface Acknowledgments 1 Before the Change 2 Change Involves Taking Risks 3 Change Can Be Piecemeal 4 Change Is Finding and Sharing Answers to Questions About Students 5 Change Alters What You Put Into the Course 6 Change Emphasizes What Students Take Away From the Course 7 Change Must Be Assessed for Student Learning 8 Change Must Be Assessed for Teaching 9 Change Is Hard in Isolation but Facilitated by Connections 10 Change Means Changing Your Concepts About Education 11 Change Means Changing Your Concepts About Yourself Conclusion Appendix: A Sketch of the National Reform of Undergraduate Education Bibliography Index
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College teaching -- Evaluation.
Group work in education.