Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2006 10:44:57 -0700
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From: Debbie Decker <dmdecker**At_Symbol_Here**UCDAVIS.EDU>
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Apologies if it's a repeat. This is really good stuff! Debbie ---------------------- Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:10:02 -0400 From: Matthew Klein Subject: For those of you who teach on the side This little bit of information comes from Tourbus: The FAA's Guide to How to Teach Audience: Everyone ------------------------------- Talking about education, if you are looking for a wonderful, free handbook on how to teach -- and you don't want to trundle off to the library to steal the 793rd edition of McKeachie [ISBN 0618515569] -- check out Created by our friends at the Federal Aviation Administration, this is a 185 page Aviation Instructors Handbook that, oddly, has almost nothing to do with aviation. Instead, the handbook teaches you how to teach others, introducing you to learning theory, educational psychology, effective communication, teaching methods, and much more. Think of this as a summary of most of the stuff they teach in ed school. And, since your [or at least my] tax dollars paid for this, feel free to steal and redistribute this as often as you would like. Special thanks go to Kevin Kelly for posting this on his Cool Tools blog at

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