Category Archives: Pedagogical Honesty

instructor-student relationships, how we are teaching

Some Thoughts on Teaching and Learning on a Tuesday Morning

What has become ever clearer to me is that we need to think of teaching more in terms of student learning than in terms of professors’/educators’ teaching. One can teach and teach, but do the students learn? Important questions we … Continue reading

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Morning Meditation

Thoughts upon Contemplation of a Picture While Answering Questions Body-Mind-Spirit The Soul of Life … or Pep Talk on a Monday Morning “Personal power through synthesis of abilities:” To reflect, stop, ponder, talk, take a break, center, do other things … Continue reading

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Thank you, Blake

Blake Carpenter is a dear colleague of mine, and his philosophy of teaching is one of the most admirable and heartfelt of any I have ever read. Therefore, I have put it on my page line menu at the top … Continue reading

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