Mission Statement: The Student Caring Project seeks to educate students by understanding their strengths and challenges and by then helping them to make the most of their college educations. We seek to clarify expectations about the goals of higher education for both professors and students, and we provide practical tools for faculty, students, and students’ families that will increase student success. More.
The Caring Professor: A Guide to Effective, Rewarding, and Rigorous Teaching
The Directors of the Student Caring Project bring 50 years of combined classroom experience to offer new and experienced teachers ways to thrive in today’s college classroom. Pecoraro and de Roulet focus on understanding the needs and challenges of today’s students, tested methods of successful teaching and class triage, and trends in education. The goal of the book is a rewarding, effective and rigorous teaching experience.
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Professors David C. Pecoraro and Daniel de Roulet, with over 50 years of combined teaching, faculty development and administrative experience, provide professional mentoring services for professors wishing to improve in the following areas:
Course organization and management
Syllabus and lesson plan construction
Creating successful examinations, assignments, projects, and field trips
Improving instructor-student communication and rapport
Constructing a career plan
Mock job interview
Other areas? (Let us know.)
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