To improve teaching, an instructor should organize his course materials so as to teach the basics of thinking in his discipline rather than what people in the discipline think about; he should prepare clearly stated instructional objectives that allow students to know what they should be able to do when the course is over; and he should condense, abstract, and index information so that he can "lose" details not relevant to students.



effective teaching, course materials, organization

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