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|Title||Educational Forum: A Journal of Teaching, Learning & Professional Developent|
|Year of Publication||1991|
|Authors||Fideler, E. F.|
|Number of Pages||123|
|City||Wellesley Hills, Massachussets|
Designed to promote discourse on teaching, learning, and professional development, this spring 1992 issue of Massachusetts Bay Community College's (MBCC's) "Educational Forum" documents modes of inquiry and faculty development activities that MBCC has found promising. The following articles are contained in the issue: (1) "Education Through College Theatre," by Roger A. Wolf; (2) "The Art of Revision: Learning From a Craftsman," by Charlene M. Murphy; (3) "Teaching Real-Time," by Ann Farrey-Hart; (4) "Circle Up!" by Paul G. Johnson; (5) "Passivity to Activity," by Maxine Elmont; (6) "Some Perspectives on Problem Solving," by Helen M. Seery; (7) "Older Students in College," by Edward G. McCourt; (8) "From Watertown to Wellesley Hills--Diversity at MBCC Then & Now," by John J. Sullivan; (9) "African-American Students and Higher Education," by Lorna E. Andrade; (10) "Fore and Aft," by Gerard H. Saunders; (11) "Focus on ESL (English-as-a-Second-Language) Students," by Susan Andrien; (12) "Cultural Misunderstandings and Language Barriers in the Classroom," by Lisa Gonsalves; (13) "The ESL Population at Mass Bay: An Overview and Some Concerns," by Elaine Wilson; (14) "Critical Reading: Modeling the Process," by Jennifer Nourse; (15) "Frankie and Johnny Can Be Readers," by Joseph Saling and Kristin Huie; (16) "Everything We Need to Know We May Be Able to Learn (and Teach) in K-12," by Glenn Gabbard; (17) "Reading 'R' Us-But Who R 'We'?" by Susan Andrien; (18) "Peer Tutoring at Mass Bay," by Mass Bay Students; (19) "Tutoring Is Communication," by Laura Duck; and (20)"A Tutoring Case Study," by Julieta Giner.