Colleges and universities across the country are literally bursting at their seams. Unprecedented enrollment rates are forcing larger classes, closed circuit television, audio-tutorial systems, and other new innovations for imparting knowledge. This mass production of teaching has led to an impersonalization of the role of the teacher in the profession. More and more of the teacher's job is being done by assistants, either student or mechanical.



teaching techniques, innovative teaching

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