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Graduate Student Teaching Awards, Edited by Laura L. B. Border

2015 [ISBN: 1-58107-271-6; 146 pages; 6 x 9 inch; soft cover] $22.95

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SGPDS15webCovSmStudies in Graduate and Professional Student Development, Number 14. This edited book series serves as a guide to the study of improved training, employment and administration of graduate and professional student development programs. A new publication that addresses a critical need in higher education, the series is designed to highlight all aspects of professional development of graduate and professional students.

The Contents

Introduction to Studies in Graduate and Professional Student Development, by Laura L. B. Border

Guest Editors’ Introduction, by Kathryn E. Linder & Stephanie V. Rohdieck

Section 1 –– What Kinds of Award Programs Exist

Chapter 1 –– Recognizing and Enhancing Future Faculty Teaching: An Inventory of Grants and Teaching Awards, by Justin E. Heinze, Laura N. Schram & Mary C. Wright

Section 2 –– Creating an Award Program

Chapter 2 –– Departmental-Level Teaching Awards as Part of a Mentorship Approach to Graduate Teacher Training, by Amy K. Marks, Kathryn E. Linder, Lauren A. Vermette, & Gary Fireman

Chapter 3 –– Graduate Student Teaching Awards as Instruments of Educational Development, by Betsy Keating & Michael K. Potter

Section 3 –– The Use of Portfolios in Awards

Chapter 4 –– Using Teaching Portfolios in Graduate Teaching Award Nominations, by Stephanie V. Rohdieck, Kathryn E. Linder, Dawn Walts, Christina Holmes, & Kathleen M. Hallihan

Chapter 5 –– Building Reflective Practitioners: The Benefit of Awarding Teaching Portfolio Development, by Allison Boye, Suzanne Tapp, & Micah Meixner Logan

Section 4 –– Establishing Criteria for Portfolios in Awards

Chapter 6 –– Using Collaborative Inquiry to Investigate Reflective Teaching Portfolios as Award Criteria, By Kim West, Leah Ferguson, Allison Henderson, Chantal Kawalilak,Colleen Krushelinski, Emily Morris, Catherine Neumann, & Serene Smyth

Chapter 7 –– Identifying Excellent Teaching Through Graduate Student Teaching Award Nomination Portfolios, by Stephanie V. Rohdieck, Dawn Walts, Lindsay Bernhagen,& Kathleen M. Hallihan

Section 5 –– Foundations Needed for Awards to be Part of Professional Development for TAs

Chapter 8 –– A Model of Professional Development for Graduate Student Teaching, by A. Ahmad & J. M. Barrington

The Primary Editor

Dr. Laura L. B. Border is Director of the Graduate Teacher Program at the University of Colorado – Boulder.