Be the Professor Students Never Forget
I'll show you 7 proven steps to planning, teaching, and engaging college students that transform their learning and inspire them to want to learn more.
norman eng, ed.d
Teacher Trainer, Education Professor, and Bestselling Author
Dr. Eng tackles one of the biggest problems facing higher education: so few professors are adept at the art of teaching. Dr. Eng provides sound strategies for improving professors’ communication of ideas, student engagement, and actual student learning.
Jenny grant rankin, phd
TEDx Speaker, Award-Winning Educator, University of Cambridge
Here's what you can do to improve the way you teach, present, or otherwise communicate to audiences
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Praise and Testimonials
Dr. Eng’s insights were a key reason I was just hired for my first college teaching position! I followed his system for creating an engaging presentation and … by the time my interview rolled around, I felt like my mini-lesson was my secret weapon!!
michelle cornish, adjunct lecturer, accounting
I was just notified by my department chair that I was awarded the Lecturer of the Year award! Many thanks to your books for helping me to get there!
mark dust, ph.d, adjunct lecturer, public health, california state university fullerton
A great resource for college instructors who are interested in excellent teaching—accessible, practical, and full of actionable research-based suggestions.
yong zhao, ph.d, foundation distinguished professor, university of kansas
I just received feedback after my first quarter...and received student scores of 4.6 out of 5.0! The department head was impressed and asked for best practices sharing. I told him [Norman Eng's] book should be required reading for all new adjuncts.
Jim burns, adjunct professor, business, santa clara university