by Tom Marino, Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Temple University
"At this time we can no longer operate and teach the way we used to. But what is not clear is how we are supposed to teach now. Faculty wars abound, and the friction that develops, as we move this herd of faculty and students in new directions, can be sharp and heated. It can be a painful journey and one where enemies are made and conflicts proliferate. As information becomes readily available on the Internet, our roles have to change and who we are and what we do will change as well. At this point the main question is how will it change."
|Keywords: teaching learning instructional design assessment methods theories|
|Focus Area: Teaching and Learning|
|Resource Type: Publications|
|Entry Date: May 8, 2001|