Research What Are You Reading...On Pedagogy

What Are You Reading…On Pedagogy

Now that the 2017-2018 academic year has begun, it is time to return to some tasks and projects that we’ve set aside for a while. Students must be taught, assignments must be graded, and mentees must be advised. As we return to these tasks, it is worth reminding ourselves of the values and tactics that work best to enlighten students. There are, of course, many ways to educate, and no single way is right. I use a variety of approaches, from focused activities and lectures to multimedia and open discussion, but I always make a point of connecting the day’s material to contemporary or everyday issues. The one thing we must not do is expect that impressive results will come without putting in thought and effort, for if there’s one thing I’ve learned from teaching, it is that you must consider the specific needs of the people you’re educating. Whoever you are, wherever you’re teaching, and whatever comes your way, enjoy the challenge of the coming year!

Here are some papers that can help us to think differently about pedagogy:

See more titles on this topic from Routledge, Taylor, and Francis.

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