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  • Completely agree. I have always been confused as to why college-level teachers don't have any formal... More >>
    Annotation on: Who’s Teaching the Teachers?
    Posted by: ppanneser
    Posted on: 11/03/2022
  • In my history and sociology grad program, required survey courses were described as preparation for... More >>
    Annotation on: Who’s Teaching the Teachers?
    Posted by: amhelms
    Posted on: 10/10/2022
  • To me, this seems like the main impediment. Learning to teach requires a lot of time, effort, and... More >>
    Annotation on: Who’s Teaching the Teachers?
    Posted by: amhelms
    Posted on: 10/10/2022
  • I love this.... More >>
    Annotation on: The Problem with Rigor
    Posted by: libbycoley
    Posted on: 10/09/2022
  • I keep reminding myself of this, and have so much empathy for this part of student life... this is... More >>
    Annotation on: The Problem with Rigor
    Posted by: libbycoley
    Posted on: 10/09/2022
  • Thanks for sharing this, I have had the same gut responses this semester with my first year... More >>
    Annotation on: The Problem with Rigor
    Posted by: libbycoley
    Posted on: 10/09/2022
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    Annotation on: The Problem with Rigor
    Posted by: libbycoley
    Posted on: 10/09/2022

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  • I see the full question does not show up. Here is the full question: ... More >>
    Comment on: People in hard-core sciences usually face a challenge of balancing academic rigor with flexibility. A hospital does not want to employ a nurse who faces difficulty in giving an injection to the patient. For a cardiac and brain surgery people always seek t (A Question from asif)
    Posted by: asif
    Posted on: 10/11/2022
  • These are such great insights! This module has had me thinking a lot about "teaching is a learning... More >>
    Comment on: What do you wish you had known before you started teaching? What is one thing you thought you knew before you started teaching that you now doubt or have reconsidered? (A Question from Robin)
    Posted by: Alissa
    Posted on: 10/10/2022
  • I've had some ups and down in my teaching the last few weeks. And this Introduction to Pedagogy... More >>
    Comment on: How does time and space impact pedagogy? (A Question from kayla)
    Posted by: Brad Moser
    Posted on: 10/07/2022
  • An interesting challenge in this "gathering" or "party planning" metaphor is the invitation piece.... More >>
    Comment on: How does time and space impact pedagogy? (A Question from kayla)
    Posted by: Brad Moser
    Posted on: 10/07/2022
  • I think time and space impact pedagogy through then environment and when the learning is taking... More >>
    Comment on: How does time and space impact pedagogy? (A Question from kayla)
    Posted by: Ray
    Posted on: 10/07/2022
  • I would consider my pedological approach to be forever in construction. I believe that it is never... More >>
    Comment on: Do you have a pedagogical approach and, if so, how would you describe it? (A Question from Martha)
    Posted by: Ray
    Posted on: 10/07/2022
  • Something that I wish I had known before I started teaching is ask all the questions--even if you... More >>
    Comment on: What do you wish you had known before you started teaching? What is one thing you thought you knew before you started teaching that you now doubt or have reconsidered? (A Question from Robin)
    Posted by: Ray
    Posted on: 10/07/2022

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