Teaching Excellence in Higher Education

In this volume, the culmination of a lifetime s work as an educator, Marshall Gregory lays out a pedagogical theory and ethical vision for teaching He argues that teachers across the arts and sciences can reach for teaching excellence by relying on than good will, good intentions, sincerity, enthusiasm, and trial and error They can think, individually and collectiveIn this volume, the culmination of a lifetime s work as an educator, Marshall Gregory lays out a pedagogical theory and ethical vision for teaching He argues that teachers across the arts and sciences can reach for teaching excellence by relying on than good will, good intentions, sincerity, enthusiasm, and trial and error They can think, individually and collectively, about the educable capacities of the students they teach and about the ultimate aim of their teaching not to merely impart information or train their students in a discipline, but to develop their students abilities for thought, reflection, questioning, and engagement to their fullest extent Drawing on over forty five years of teaching and thirty five years of training teachers to think about pedagogy, Gregory speaks to any teacher wanting to fully ground the what of teaching in the how and why.
Teaching Excellence in Higher Education In this volume the culmination of a lifetime s work as an educator Marshall Gregory lays out a pedagogical theory and ethical vision for teaching He argues that teachers across the arts and sciences

  • Title: Teaching Excellence in Higher Education
  • Author: Marshall Gregory Melissa Valiska Gregory
  • ISBN: 9781137379450
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Hardcover
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