Richmond, A. S., Slattery, J. M., Mitchell, N., Morgan, R. K., & Becknell, J. (2016). Can a learner-centered syllabus change students’ perceptions of student–professor rapport and master teacher behaviors?. Scholarship Of Teaching And Learning In Psychology, 2(3), 159-168. doi:10.1037/stl0000066
Student perceptions of faculty using a learner-centered syllabus were markedly more positive; they rated faculty as more creative, caring, happy, receptive, reliable, and enthusiastic as well as having more student engagement in their class than faculty using a teacher-centered syllabus. Implications for student engagement and learning are discussed.
The Course Syllabus
by Barbara J. Millis; Margaret W. Cohen; Robert M. Diamond (Foreword by); Judith Grunert O'Brien
Call Number: LB2361 .G78 2008
Publication Date: 2008-03-28
by Maryellen Weimer
Call Number: LB2331 .W39 2002
Publication Date: 2002-07-08
Learner Centered Teaching
by Terry Doyle; Todd Zakrajsek (Foreword by)
The author discusses the definition of peer review, the benefits of peer review, the reasons peer review helps improve student writing, the common peer review methods, the ways to incorporate peer review into business courses, and the disadvantages of peer review.