Pedagogy for the Professoriate: The Personal Meets the Political
In 2005, after decades as an educator in many different settings, I came to reflect more deeply than ever before about the core values that inspire my teaching. This deeper exploration came about when I was invited to lead a seminar for pretenured faculty organized by the University of Massachusetts Boston’s (UMB’s) Center for the Improvement of Teaching (CIT). This is a responsibility usually entrusted to wise and experienced teachers, and I was delighted to be chosen for this position. At the same time, I was challenged to discover whether I was up to the task and to discover what resources— personal and professional—I could draw on for this important work.
KeywordsSeminar Participant Young Colleague Senior Faculty Member Diverse Classroom Weekly Seminar
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