purchase as soon as possible for reading
workshops and to bring to Boulder:
2000. Advice for New Faculty Members.
Needham Heights, Mass.:
Allyn and Bacon.
Kenneth Foote, and Janice Monk. 2009. Aspiring
Academics: A Resource Book for Graduate
Students and Early Career Faculty.
Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
These books can be ordered from online
booksellers like Amazon, Barnes &
directly from the
Other useful (but
for reading as your time permitsrea
and K. Patricia Cross. 1993. Classroom
Techniques: A Handbook for College Teachers.
Ken. 2004. What the
Best College Teachers Do.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
A. 1999. What's
the Point in Discussion? Portland,
OR: Intellect Books.
Paula J. 1993. Lifting a Ton of
Feathers: A Woman's Guide to Surviving
in the Academic
World. Toronto: University of
Constance and Diana H.
George, eds. 1998. The
Track: Keeping Your Faculties While You
Mentor, Nurture, Teach, and
Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Hutchings, and Kathleen Quinlan. 1991.
The Teaching Portfolio:
the Scholarship in Teaching . Washington,
Association for Higher
Dee. 2003. Creating
Significant Learning Experiences: An
Integrated Approach to Designing
College Courses. San Francisco:
online: L. Dee Fink, A
Self-directed Guide to Designing
Courses for Significant Learning at http://www.ou.edu/idp/significant/selfdirected1.pdf
Donald L. 2000. Teaching
with Your Mouth Shut.
NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers.
Mildred, ed. 2000. Succeeding
in an Academic Career:
for Faculty of Color.
Conn. and London: Greenwood Press.
John A., John Komlos,
and Penny S. Gold. 2001. The
Chicago Guide to Your
Career: A Portable Mentor for Scholars from
Graduate School Through
Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Guides to Good Teaching,
Learning and Assessment Practices in
Geography. Published by the
http://www.glos.ac.uk/gdn/publ.htm. Included in the series are
guides on the following topics:
- Teaching and Learning Issues and
Educational Change in Geography
- Lecturing in Geography
- Small-group Teaching in Geography
- Practicals and Laboratory Work in
- Fieldwork and Dissertations in
- Resource-based Learning in Geography
- Teaching and Learning Geography with
Information and Communication Technologies
- Transferable Skills and Work-based
- Assessment in Geography Curriculum
wish to consider buying other guides or the
complete set. The guides are excellent and
inexpensive resources. While
visiting the GDN site, you may also like to
look at some of the online
pubications and the list of DfEE Key Skills
Christopher J. and John W.
Murry, Jr. 2002. New Faculty: A
Practical Guide for
Beginners. New York: Palgrave.
J. and Marilla Svinicki. 2005. McKeachie's
Teaching Tips: Strategies, Research, and
Theory for College and
University Teachers, 12th ed. Boston:
and Susan Hanson.
1996. Notes on Active Pedagogy. Washington, DC:
Association of American
Richard M. 1997. Tomorrow's
Careers in Science and Engineering. New York: IEEE Press
and Kenneth Foote. 2009. Teaching
Geography: A Practical Guide for Graduate
Students and Early Career
Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
Emily. 1997. Ms.
Mentor's Impeccable Advice for Women in
University of Pennsylvania Press.
Phillip C. 2002.
The Effective, Efficient Professor:
Teaching, Scholarship and
Boston: Allyn and Bacon.