Teaching in Eden provides any teacher with powerful and virtually free tools that he or she can use to alter the fundamental nature of the educational experience. The tools are simple instructional devices that require only a teacher's time, and the courage to break out of the existing constraints to discover and assemble the elements of an ideal instructional environment.
John Janovy, Jr. is a biological scientist who has published 10 books since 1978. He holds the Paula and D. B. Varner Distinguished Professorship at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
1. The Interview 2. The Cedar Point Experiment 3. What is Field Parasitology? 4. The Design of a Course 5. The Design of a Writing Assignment 6. A Predictable Supply of Material 7. Questions 8. A Project 9. Undomesticated Systems 10. Death and Resurrection 11. Big Talk at the White Gate 12. Exporting Camelot