Center for Enhancement of Learning and Teaching

The following holdings are available for checkout from our office:

IDEA Paper #1 - Cashin, W.E. (1979). Motivating Students. Kansas: Kansas State University

IDEA Paper #4 - Acheson, K. A. (1981). Classroom Observation Techniques. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #8 - Hyman, R. (1982). Questioning in the College Classroom. Kansas: Rutgers University.

IDEA Paper #12 - Seldin, P. (1984). Court Challenges to Tenure, Promotion, and Retention Decisions. Pleasantville, New

IDEA Paper #14 - Cashin, W.E. (1985). Improving Lectures. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #15 - Cashin, W. E. & McKnight, P. C. (1986). Improving Discussions. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #16 - Clegg, V. L. & Cashin, W. E. (1986). Improving Multiple-Choice Tests. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #17 - Cashin, W.E. (1987). Improving Essay Tests. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #18 - Hanna, G.S. & Cashin, W.E. (1987). Matching Instructional Objectives, Subject Matter, Tests, and Score

IDEA Paper #19 - Hanna, G.S. & Cashin, W.E. (1988). Improving College Grading. Kansas: Kansas State University

IDEA Paper #21 - Cashin, W.E. (1989). Defining and Evaluating College Teaching. Kansas: Kansas State University

IDEA Paper #22 - Cashin, W.E. (1990). Students Ratings of Teaching: Recommendations for Use. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #24 - Goulden, N.R. (1991). Improving Instructors’ Speaking Skills. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #25 - Smit, D.W. (1991). Improving Student Writing. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #26 - Maleki, R. B. & Heerman, C. E. (1992). Improving Student Reading. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #27 - Altman, H.B. & Cashin, W.E. (1992). Writing a Syllabus. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #28 - Cashin, W.E. & Clegg, V.L. (1994). Periodicals Related to College Teaching. Kansas: Kansas State 
University.

IDEA Paper #29 - Polson, C. J. (1993). Teaching Adult Students. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #30 - Cashin, W. E. (1994). Readings to Improve Selected Teaching Methods. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #31 - Cashin, W.E. (1995). Answering and Asking Questions. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #32 - Cashin, W.E. (1995). Student Ratings of Teaching: The Research Revisited. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #33 - Cashin, W.E. (1996). Developing and Effective Faculty Evaluation System. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #34 - Stalheim-Smith, A. (1998). Focusing On Active, Meaningful Learning. Kansas: Kansas State University.

IDEA Paper #35 - Hatfield, S.R. (1999). Department Level Assessment: Promoting Continuous Improvement. Winona: Winona State University.

IDEA Paper #36 - Hoyt, D.P. & Pallett, W.H. (1999). Appraising Teaching Effectiveness: Beyond Student Ratings. Idea Center.

IDEA Paper #37 - Lynch, C.L. & Wolcott, S.K. (2001). Helping Your Student Develop Critical Thinking Skills. Wolcott Lynch Associates: Idea Center

IDEA Paper #38 - Millis, B.J. (2002). Enhancing Learning-and More!-Through Cooperative Learning. U.S. Air Force Academy.

IDEA Paper #39 - Fleming, N. (2003). Establishing Rapport: Personal Interaction and Learning. Consultant on Teaching and Learning.

IDEA Paper #40 - Hobson, E.H. (2004). Getting Students to Read: Fourteen Tips. Georgia: Georgia Southern University.

IDEA Paper #41 - Svinicki, M.D. (2005). Student Goal Orientation, Motivation, and Learning. Austin, Texas: University of Texas-Austin.

IDEA Paper #42 - Fink, L.D. (2005). Integrated Course Design. Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma.

IDEA Paper #43 - Madigan, D. (2006). The Technology Literate Professoriate: Are We There Yet? Bowing Green State University.

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