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BOOK DISCUSSIONS

Each semester we organize a small number of discussions of books about teaching and learning. Each book discussion group consists of about a half dozen people, meeting two or three times over the course of a month or so. The book discussions build community across campus over issues of teaching and learning.  To recommend a book discussion group for Fall 2014, please contact steven.jones@gcsu.edu.  Please write "Book Discussions" in the subject line.  CELTS will purchase copies of the books for the book members. Also, please look at the list of books currently available in the CELTS library by visiting http://www.librarything.com/catalog/gcsu_celts.

Past Book Discussions

Fall 2013

Stephen D. Brookfield, Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher with Sandra Godwin (Government and Sociology)

Spring 2013

Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa, Academically Adrift with Steve Elliott-Gower (CETL)

Tisha Bender, Discussion-Based Online Teaching with Aurora Castillo (Modern Languages) and Wesley Smith (IDEAS)

Donald L. Finkel, Teaching with Your Mouth Shut with Cynthia Orms (Accounting) and Carrie Cook (Criminal Justice)

Fall 2012

Parker Palmer, The Courage to Teach with Cynthia Alby (Education) and Jan Clark (Rhetoric)

Spring 2012

Stephen Brookfield, Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher with Julia Metzker (Chemistry) and Joanne Previts (Education)

Neil Browne and Stuart Keeley, Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking with Maureen Horgan (Music) and Jeanne Sewell (Nursing)

Donald Finkel, Teaching With Your Mouth Shut with Kirk Armstrong (Health Sciences) and Karynne Kleine (Education)

George Kuh, High-Impact Educational Practices with Elissa Auerbach (Art History) and Rui Kang (Education)

Fall 2011

Dee Fink, Creating Significant Learning Experiences with Cynthia Alby (Education)

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