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Honors Teachers and Academic Identity: What to Look For When Recruiting Honors Faculty
Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council (2016)
  • Rocky Dailey, South Dakota State University
Abstract
The word “honors” naturally carries distinction. To be a collegiate honors student implies a higher level of academic achievement than other students as well as the more challenging academic experience that comes with smaller class sizes. Collegiate honors teachers have a distinction of their own. Being an honors teacher implies a high level of teaching achievement, and it requires special traits that honors directors need to look for in recruiting faculty. Guidance in determining what traits best characterize excellence in honors teaching is a useful tool for honors administrators who are trying to create an identity for their honors faculty.
Publication Date
Spring 2016
Citation Information
Rocky Dailey. "Honors Teachers and Academic Identity: What to Look For When Recruiting Honors Faculty" Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council Vol. 17 Iss. 1 (2016) p. 151 - 188
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/rocky-dailey/5/