Table of contents for Successful science and engineering teaching in colleges and universities / Calvin S. Kalman.

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Table of Contents
About the Author
Acknowledgments
1	Introduction
	Teacher-Centered Learning
	Road Map of the Book
	Summary
2	Reflective Writing
	Freewriting
	The Bareiter and Scardamalia Model
	Objectives of the Reflective Writing Activity
	How to Do Reflective Writing
Summary
3	Writing To Learn
Reflective Write-Pair-Share
The Course Dossier Method
	Hosting an End-of-Semester Conference
	Summary
4	Constructing Student Knowledge
	Students' Intellectual Development
	Student Misconceptions
	Critical Thinking
	Summary
5	Collaborative Groups
	Team Work and Group Projects
	Group Development
	Roles for Group Members
	Dealing With Dysfunctional Groups
	Summary
6	Selected Methods for Using Collaborative Groups
	Conceptual conflict
	Overview of the Conceptual Change Experiment
	Jigsaw
	The Learning Cell
	Collaborative Concept Mapping
	Summary
7	Changing Students' Epistemologies
Constructing an Epistemology
Summary
8	Problem Solving
	Solving Problems Using Templates Versus Solutions Using Paradigms
	Five-Step Method for Solving Problems
	Problem-Solving Strategies
	Summary
9	Some Methods for Training Students to Solve Problems
	Writing Their Way Into the Solution
	Collaborative Problem-Solving Groups
	Summary
10	Using the Computer to Aid Teaching
	Computer-Assisted Instruction
	Using the Computer to Manage Laboratories
	Summary
Suggested Readings
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Science -- Study and teaching (Higher).
Engineering -- Study and teaching (Higher).
Effective teaching.