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3. Bibliography

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The Role of the Teacher
•    Black, K. A.  “What to do When You Stop Lecturing:  Become a Guide and a Resource.” Journal of Chemical Education, 1993, 70 (2), 140-44.
•    McCreary, C. L., Golde, M. F., and Koeske, R.  “Peer Instruction in General Chemistry Laboratory:  Assessment of Student Learning.”  Journal of Chemical Education, 2006, 83 (5), 804-810.
The Balance of Power
•    Singham, M. . “Moving Away from the Authoritarian Classroom.”  Change, May/June 2005,  pp. 51-57.
•    Ludy, B. T.  “Setting Course Goals:  Privileges and Responsibilities.”  Teaching of Psychology, 2005, 32  (3), 146-149

The Function of Content
•    Bacon, D. R., and Stewart, K. A.  “How Fast Do Students Forget What They Learned in Consumer Behavior?  A Longitudinal Study.”  Journal of Marketing Education, 2006, 28, 181-192.
•    Finkel, D. L.  Teaching with Your Mouth Shut.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2000.
•    Gregory, M., “Turning Water into Wine:  Giving Remote Texts Full Flavor for the Audience of Friends.  College Teaching, 2005, 53(3), 95-98.
•    Lewis, S. E., and Lewis, J. E.  “Departing from Lectures:  An Evaluation of a Peer-Led Guided Inquiry Alternative.”  Journal of Chemical Education, 2005, 82 (1), 135-139.

The Responsibility  for Learning
•    Grow, G. O.  “Teaching Learners to Be Self-Directed.”  Adult Education Quarterly, 1991, 41 (3), 125-149
•    Yamane, D.   “Course Preparation Assignments:  A Strategy for Creating Discussion-Based Courses.  Teaching Sociology, 2006,  36  (July), 236-248.

The Processes and Purposes of Evaluation
•    Deeter, L.  “Incorporating Student Centered Learning Techniques into an Introductory Plant Identification Course.”  NACTA Journal, 2003, (June), 47-52.
•    Edwards,  N. M. “ Student Self-Grading in Social Statistics.  College Teaching, 2007,  55 (2), 72-76.
•    Hiller, T. H., and Hietapelto, A. B.  “Contract Grading:  Encouraging Commitment to the Learning Process Through Voice in the Evaluation Process.”  Journal of Management Education, 2001, 25 (6), 660-684.
•    Strong, B., Davis, M., and Hawks, V.  “Self-Grading in Large General Education Classes:  A Case Study.”  College Teaching, 2004, 52 (2), 52-57.

Implementation Issues
•    Brookfield, S. D. Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1995.    
•    Felder, R. M. and Brent, R.  “Navigating the Bumpy Road to Student-Centered Instruction.”  College Teaching, 1996, 44 (2), 43-47.     
•    Noel, T. W.  “Lessons from the Learning Classroom.”  Journal of Management Education, 2004, 28 (2), 188-206.    •    Paulson, D. R.  “Active Learning and Cooperative Learning in the Organic Chemistry Lecture Class.”  Journal of Chemical Education, 1999, 76 (8), 1136-1140.    
•    Spence, L. D.  “The Case Against Teaching.”  Change, 2001, 33 (6), 11-19.    
•    Whetten, D. A. “Principles of Effective Course Design:  What I Wish I had Known about Learner-Centered Teaching 30 Years Ago.”  Journal of Management Education, 2007, 31, 339-357.

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