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Ken Bain has shared tremendous insights and experiences on what constitutes an effective teacher. From knowing and researching their subjects, to loving and respecting their... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Baganga
Having read many other books dealing with the practice of teaching, this book seemed unrealistic in its expectations.Published 27 days ago by David Ebbert
The author did a very good job presenting ideas within the framework of what teachers do, expect, treat students, give feedback and learn about themselves. I recommended to peers.Published 2 months ago by James
Book arrived as advertised, shipped quickly. Was less expensive than the college bookstore. This is an easy and interesting read that is easily applicable to the study of teaching... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa B
Purchased as a required text for a class. I have a simple neutral opinion of the book.Published 2 months ago by Dont Need Cable
This book isn't a checklist. It makes you think about what it means to be a great professor. Some interesting insight for new teachers.Published 4 months ago by Amy Napoli
All college teachers should read this. It is rich, informative, well-written, well-thought out and researched.Published 5 months ago by Paul T. Corrigan