By Christine A. Stanley & Erin Porter
Large classes have become a fact of life in colleges and universities across America; even as academic funding has decreased, class enrollments have continued to rise. Although students, teachers, and administrators are often concerned by the potentially negative impact of uneven teacher-to-student ratios, large classes also offer many potential
advantages that are less recognized and not always maximized.
In Engaging Large Classes, the authors demonstrate that large classes can be just as stimulating and rewarding as smaller classes. Written by experienced teachers of large classes across a wide range of disciplines and institutions, this book provides faculty members and administrators with instructional strategies and advice on how to enhance large class settings..
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning has one copy available. If you would like to borrow the book please contact Stacey Valliere at Stacey.email@example.com. To view other books we have available in our library please visit http://cetl.uconn.edu/cetl-library/.