A Teaching Doctorate
The Doctor of Arts Degree, Then and Now

Paper: 978 1 56377 030 2 / $21.95
Published: January 1993  

Publisher: Stylus Publishing
80 pp., 8" x 10"
The story of the Doctor of Arts (DDA) degree, designed to improve undergraduate teaching by replacing the research Ph.D. as the credential of choice for college faculty. Based on national surveys of D.A.-granting institutions and 350 D.A. recipients. Lessons learned in the D.A. reform effort are particularly timely with today's emphasis on pedagogy, and preparing for and improving teaching.

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