So You Want to Teach with Teams, Online, and with Real Projects: Step-by-Step from Traditional Lecture to Online
The traditional lecture style of teaching is still alive and well. If a faculty member or trainer is thinking of other methods, which have existed for centuries in academe, this monograph covers the process. It stops at each new level of complexity and uncovers the new things a teacher has to master before moving ahead, or up, the teaching hierarchy. At each new step in the process, any new methods, tools, and/or techniques are examined in detail with suggestions provided to the teacher contemplating a different style or new educational approach. Administrative and instructional issues are discussed for conformity to the educational institution's strategic plan. Several pathways are shown for the teacher to get to the highest levels of teaching style and learning skill: student teams and faculty team-teaching online and in the context of real business, governmental, or higher education projects.
Manning, Richard D.; Cohen, Maxine S.; and DeMichell, Robert L., "So You Want to Teach with Teams, Online, and with Real Projects: Step-by-Step from Traditional Lecture to Online" (2006). CEC Faculty Books and Book Chapters. 5.