UNIVERSITY STUDIES – PUBLICATIONS (Teaching-Learning Issues; white papers; monographs)

 

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UNIVERSITY STUDIES

Interdisciplinary publications

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TRACE: University of Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange

 

TEACHING-LEARNING ISSUES

Committee: At the time this list was compiled: (Chair, Neil Greenberg; Steering Committee, members emeritus and the winners of the most recent 5 annual “Interdisciplinary Scholar of the Year award: Chris Craig. Allan Dunn, Bruce MacLennan, Gordon Burghardt, Al Burstein, …)

 

 

Publications:

No. 1  Oct. 22, 1984 – May 27, 1985  Dr. W. Lee Humphreys  “COLLECTED NOTES ON TEACHING AND LEARNING”

No. 2  Sept. 5, 1985 – May 28, 2986  Dr. W. Lee Humphreys  “COLLECTED NOTES ON TEACHING AND LEARNING”

No. 3  Oct. 15, 1986 – May 28, 1987  Dr. W. Lee Humphreys  “NOTES:  ON TEACHING AND LEARNING” 

No. 4  Oct. 1, 1987 – May 19, 1988   Dr. W. Lee Humphreys  “NOTES:  ON TEACHING AND LEARNING”

No. 5  Fall 1967  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “PASS-FAIL GRADING”

No. 6  Winter 1968  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “CAMPUS CLIMATES”

No. 7  Spring 1968  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “FACULTY EXAMINE STUDENT INVOLVEMENT”

No. 8  Fall 1968  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “STUDENT:  DISCONTENT> DISSENT> DISRUPTION”

No. 9  Winter 1969  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “ACCELERATED LEARNING:  Wedges in the Lock-Step

No. 10  Spring 1969  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “TEACHING ASSISTANTS:  A Beleaguered Lot”

No. 11  Fall 1969  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “MINI-MINI GRANTS:  Tools for Change”

No. 12  Winter 1970  From the Standing Council on the Improvement of Teaching and Learning  “ARCHITECTURE:  A Creative Learning Environment”

No. 13  Spring 1970  “PATRIS POTESTATES”

No. 14  Fall, 1970  Ohmer Milton  “SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY STUDENTS:  Weighed in the balance?!

No. 15  Winter 1971  “LEARNING TRANSFER:  A Diogeneah Tast”

No. 16  Spring  1971  Gerald Whitlock  “EVALUATING INSTRUCTION:  LEARNING:  PERCEPTIONS”

No. 17  Fall 1971  “AUTONOMOUS COLLEGE ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS:  Time Spent

No. 18  Winter 1972  Gerald Gaither  “ACCOUNTABILITY”

No. 19  Spring 1972  Roger Wilcox  “WHAT DOES YOUR FATHER DO?”  “NOTHING”

No. 20  Fall 1972  “COLLEGE IMPACTS”

No. 21  Winter 1973  Ohmer Milton and Gerald Gaither  “TENURE:  THE CREED AND THE DEED”

No. 22  Spring 1973  Suzanne Jackson and Al Best  “EXPECTIVE EVALUATION EXCELLENCE”

No. 23  Fall 1973    “THE COURTS AND ACADEMIC PRACTICES”

No. 24  Winter 1974    Orin Graff  “ACADEME AND THE EDUCATION OF INSTITUTIONAL LEADERSHIP”

No. 25  Spring 1974  “ACCENT OF LEARNING:  PSI or the Keller Plan”

No. 26  Fall 1974  John Harris and Steve Keller  “CURRICULUM INNOVATION:  Three Dimensions”

No. 27  Winter 1975  Kenneth Bohringer  “ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE IVY”

No. 28  Spring 1975  John W. Davis, L.B. Cebik, Glenn C. Graber, and Charles H. Reynolds  “HUMANISTIC AND SCIENTIFIC INTERPLAY”

No. 29  Fall 1975  David L. Dungan, David E. Linge, and Charles H. Reynolds  “PROPOSAL TO INCREASE VALUE CONSIDERATIONS IN OUR CURRICULA”

No. 30  Winter 1976  Wain Seager”INTERDISCIPLINARY (THAT MUCH ABUSED WORK)”

No. 31  Spring 1976  Eric Zale  “UNLEASHING TESTS”

No. 32  Fall 1976  “RESEARCH VS. TEACHING”

No. 33  Winter 1977  Wain Saeger   “TESTS:  Useful Servants of Masters of Beauty”

No. 34  Spring 1977  Glenn C. Graber  “EXTENDING HUMANISTIC SCHOLARSHIP BEYOND ITS TRADITIONAL SETTING”

No. 35  Fall 1977  Jerry R. Lynn  “GRADUATE STUDENT ADMISSIONS POLICIES:  The Mythical Meritocracy”

No. 36  Winter 1978  John W. Davis  “MUST TEACHERS LOVE THEIR STUDENTS?  THE VALUE STRUCTURE OF THE TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIP”

No. 37  Spring  1978  Warren S. Cadle, Jr., Warren E. Gaston Sr., Otis H. Stephens, Carol K. Walker, Susan P. Whitney, and William E. Woodrick  “THE HANDICAPPED STUDENTS:  From Access to Performance”

No. 38  Fall 1978  Charles L. Cleland  “THE OMBUDISMAN FUNCTION”

No. 39  Winter 1979  James Dickson  McLean  “UNSOLICITED REMARKS:  On the Nature and Purpose of University Education”

No. 40  Spring 1979  Harry C. Jacobson  “THE COLLEGE SCHOLARS PROGRAM IN THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE”

No. 41  Fall 1979  Charles H. Reynolds “LIBERAL AND TECHNICAL-PROFESSIONAL STUDIES:  A Societal Perspective on General Education”

No. 42  Winter 1980  Maxine Thompson  “GREATER RETENTION:  Key for the 80’s”

No. 43  Spring 1980  James A. Eison  “GRADES:  What Do They Tell?”

No. 44  Fall 1980  Anne Hopkins and Carl Wagner  “CURRENT STUDENT AND UNIT CURRICULAR PRACTICE IN THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE”

No. 45  Winter 1981  James E. Caraway  “EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM:  Rationale and Practice”

No. 46  Spring 1981  Lydia Jurand-Salter  “RE-ENTERING ACADEME:  The Older Student on Campus”

No. 47  Fall 1981  “MINORITY ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM”   

No. 48  Winter 1982  Russell J. Rowlett  “COOPERATIVE EDUCATION AT UTK”

No. 49  Spring 1982  James Dickson McLean  “FRIENDLY PERSUASION”

No. 50  Fall 1982  John R. Ray  “COMPUTER LITERACY”

No. 51  Winter 1983  Saundra Yancy McGuire and Patricia Davis Wiley  “PRE-MEDICAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM”

No. 52  Fall 1983  Dr. W. Lee Humphreys  “GENERAL EDUCATION:  WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY”

No. 53  Spring 1984  Howard R. Pollio  “WHAT STUDENTS THINK ABOUT AND DO IN COLLEGE LECTURE CLASSES”

No. 54  Fall 1984  W. Lee Humphreys, Sonia Bondini Salas, and Pamela Messer  “THE EVALUATION OF INSTRUCTORS AND RELATED PERSONNWL DECISIONS”

No. 55  Winter 1985  Howard R. Pollio  “A TIGER EXAMINES ITS STRIPES”

No. 56  Spring 1985  Thomas H. Klindt, Mary P. Richards, C. Glennon Rowell  “THE MASTER’S DEGREE AT UTK”

No. 57  Fall 1985/Winter 1986  Howard R. Pollio  “EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT HUMOR IN THE CLASSROOM BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK”

No. 58  Spr/Fall 1986  W. Lee Humphreys  “VALUES IN TEACHING AND THE TEACHING OF VALUES”

No. 59  Winter 1987    Glen C. Graber and Libby F. Jones”TRANSFORMATIVE EDUCATION:  The University Learning Community at UTK”

No. 60  Fall, 1987  Howard Pollio  “PRACTICAL POETRY”

No. 61  Winter 1988  John Habel, Billie Pendleton-Parker, and Kathleen T. Brinko  “PEER INSTRUCTIONAL CONSULTATION:  TAs Helping TAs”

No. 62  Spring 1988  Phil Mullins  “COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN THE INTRODUCTORY COURSE:  THE PEDAGOGUE’S TYPOLOGICAL IMAGINATION”

No. 63  Spring 1988  Neil Greenberg  “ART, SCIENCE, ARETE”

No. 64  Fall 1988  Linda Bensel-Meyers, Donald Samson, and Evelyn Nettles  “THE ROLE OF RHETORIC IN ACADEMIC INQUIRY:  The Philosophy and Effect of the Writing to Learn Program at UTK”

No. 65  Winter 1989  Laurence J. Coleman, Tricia McClam, and Jean Schindler  “INITIATING INSTRUCTIONAL IMPROVEMENT:  A Chronicle of Faculty Development”

No. 66  Spring 1989  Howard R. Pollio  “ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE?”

No. 67  Spring 1990  Jeanette D. Wilson  “CHARACTERISTICS OF ‘ESTABLISHED’ STUDENTS:  A Descriptive Study of Married 30-50 Year Old Reentry Students”

No. 68  Fall 1990  Howard R. Pollio  “REMEMBRANCES OF LECTURES PAST:  Notes and Note-taking in the College Classroom

No. 69  Fall 1991  Howard R. Pollio  “HERMES IN THE CLASSROOM:  Interpreting Whar Expert College Lectures Say About Teaching”

No. 70  Spring 1992  Thomas L. Bell and Tricia McClam  “PEER REVIEW OF TEACHING AT UTK:  An Assessment”

No. 71  Summer 1992  Mary Kay Kramp and W. Lee Humpreys  “NARRATIVE, SELF-ASSESSMENT, AND REFLECTIVE LEARNERS AND TEACHERS’

No. 72  Fall 1992  Howard R. Pollio  “LEARNING NEW MATERIAL IS FUN — YES, BUT WILL IT BE ON THE TEST?

No. 73  Fall 1993  Howard R. Pollio and David Eskra  “RESPECT, HELP, STATUS AND RELATIONSHIP:  Themes in Faculty Descriptions of Being Mentored”

No. 74  Fall 1994  Howard R. Pollio and James Coffield  “GINGER AND THE MAN:  What Stands Out (and Gets Remembered) in College Classrooms”

No. 75  Spring 1996  Howard R. Pollio  “THE TWO CULTURES OF PEDAGOGY:  Teaching and Learning in the Natural Sciences and the Humanities”

No. 76  Fall 1996  Howard R. Pollio  “THE PROFESSOR AT 60”