Introduction: Research on teacher thinking, beliefs and knowledge in higher education; P. Goodyear, N. Hativa.
1. Strategic alertness and expanded awareness within sophisticated conceptions of teaching; N. Entwistle, P. Walker.
2. Novice and award-winning teachers' concepts and beliefs about teaching in higher education: Effectiveness, efficacy and evaluation; M.J. Dunkin.
3. Reflection: Issues related to improving professors' teaching and students' learning; L. McAlpine, C. Weston.
4. Teaching online; P. Goodyear.
5. What university teachers teach and how they teach it; E. Martin, et al.
6. Planning introductory college courses: Content, context and form; J.S. Stark.
7. (Thinking about) faculty thinking about teacher and course evaluation results; J. Franklin, M. Theall.
8. Teaching self-concept in higher education: Reflecting on multiple dimensions of teaching effectiveness; L.A. Roche, H.W. Marsh.
9. Lecturers' approaches to teaching and their relationship to conceptions of good teaching; D. Kember, Kam-Por Kwan.
10. Views of learning, teaching practices and conceptions of problem solving in science; K. Trigwell, et al.
11. Changes in technical college teachers' beliefs about learning and teaching over a two-year teacher education program; A. Radloff.
12. Becoming a better teacher: A case of changing the pedagogical knowledge and beliefs of law professors; N. Hativa.
13. Use of multiple methods in research on college teachers; S.M. Dinham.
14. Research on teacher thinking, beliefs, and knowledge in higher education: foundations, status and prospects; N. Hativa, P. Goodyear.
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