North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Journal
Do all university courses have to be structured in a traditional way? For many, the answer is a resounding, NO! Generally, we assume a course needs to have a midterm, final and at least one major project. Although this may fit well with many standard courses, it can be a wonderful experience to deviate away from the norm and delve into the world of service learning.
Brain, R. (2012). Changing lives in a semester: A teaching approach to help with tenure and promotion while providing an experience they’ll never forget. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) Journal, 56(3), 83-84. Available at: http://www.nactateachers.org/attachments/article/1983/Teachingtips_Sept2012.pdf