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Teaching Well and Liking It Hardcover – October 28, 1996


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"Demonstrates how complex a matter motivation is and why institutional policies are less likely to affect motivation than are leaders sensitive to the unique forces affecting individual faculty members and willing to question the efficacy of conventional practices and policies in influencing the teaching and learning process." -- Journal of College Student Development

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This collection of essays examines personal motivation to teach--both internal and external--as well as organizational conditions such as job characteristics, leadership, and student diversity, and system-wide conditions such as career phases, public policy, politics, and the vagaries of the academic marketplace.

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