Any attempt to explain why someone is a good teacher--or is strongly motivated to teach effectively--involves a complex discussion of one of the oldest questions in human history: Why do people do what they do? In Teaching Well and Liking It, a distinguished group of internationally known scholars offers a sophisticated and stimulating look at the issues involved in motivating teachers to teach well in the challenging environment of the modern university. With college and university administrators worried about how to ...

Teaching Well and Liking It 1996, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801853647