K. Patricia Cross is distinguished research scientist of Educational Testing Service and research educator with the Center for Research and Development in Higher Education of the University of California, Berkeley. During the 1975–1976 academic year, she served as visiting university professor at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, where she conducted the research described in this article.
Not can, but will college teaching be improved?
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Copyright © 1977 Wiley Periodicals, Inc., A Wiley Company
New Directions for Higher Education
Volume 1977, Issue 17, pages 1–15, Spring 1977
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Cross, K. P. (1977), Not can, but will college teaching be improved?. New Directions for Higher Education, 1977: 1–15. doi: 10.1002/he.36919771703
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When more than 90 percent of faulty members rate themselves as above-average teachers, and two-thirds rate themselves among the top qwzrter, the outlook for much improvement in teaching seems less than promising.