Praise for Maryellen Weimer's Inspired collage Teaching
"The thoughtfulness, personalization, and attention Maryellen Weimer demonstrates in discussing the event of school participants, her skill to spot matters which are shared and solvable, and her feedback and ideas to typically skilled stressors and problems in collage educating are significant strengths of this quantity. . . . In a fashion, it's a 'workshop among ebook covers'—or possibly a number of workshops!"
—Laura L. B. Border, director, Graduate instructor software and Collaborative getting ready destiny college community, college of Colorado at Boulder
"A booklet via Maryellen Weimer continuously monitors her superb take hold of of the literature on collage instructing and studying, her skill to inform strong tales, and her wit and knowledge. This one is not any exception."
—Nancy Van word Chism, professor, Indiana collage university of schooling, Indiana University-Purdue college Indianapolis
Praise for Enhancing Scholarly paintings on instructing and Learning
"In her routinely research-based, direct, and functional sort, Maryellen Weimer offers a much-needed consultant, critique, and street map of the scholarship of educating and studying. Weimer's new publication should be of use to academics, researchers, and directors alike and well enhances her Learner-Centered Teaching and Classroom Research, via go and Steadman."
—Thomas A. Angelo, director, collage instructing improvement Centre, Victoria college of Wellington, New Zealand
"Yet back, Maryellen Weimer has made a wonderfully timed contribution to the pursuit of excellence in instructing and studying. Enhancing Scholarly paintings on educating and Learning does certainly shed clarifying mild at the interesting new emphasis on scholarly methods to educating. In her distinctively conversational and transparent variety, Dr. Weimer maps out the character of pedagogical literature—how to learn it and the way to give a contribution to it. . . . This publication is the ideal subsequent step within the trip to appreciate some great benefits of scholarly teaching."
—Gary Poole, director, Centre for educating and educational progress; founding director, Institute for the Scholarship of educating and studying, college of British Columbia