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Classroom LIGHTBULBS for College Professors was written to give practical teaching tips to professors. It’s for both those who are new to teaching at the university level and those who have taught for years but want to re-invigorate their teaching by implementing fresh ideas. The book is divided into two parts. The first part is about the ideas the author, Perry Binder, has gleaned from his 20-plus years as a college professor. Binder also shares how the pandemic changed his teaching. The second part is about the LIGHTBULBS acronym. There are also a large number of appendices in which Binder writes about topics ranging from interviews with master teachers to books that inspired him, and much more. The author also provides space for professors to write down their experiences as they integrate with the LIGHTBULBS acronym.
I’ve been an adjunct university professor for 18 years, which is one reason why I wanted to read this book. Although I’m experienced, there is always something new to learn. Classroom LIGHTBULBS for College Professors did not disappoint me. The book is eminently hands-on, packed with ideas that any professor can, and should, use to improve his or her classroom teaching and demeanor. I especially liked the numerous anecdotes and examples that Perry Binder shared. Any professor will be able to identify with them. I highly recommend this excellent book to both new and experienced professors, and high school teachers too. Congratulations to the author for writing an exceptional, practical, and fun-to-read book.