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Letting go of the belief that the way that I taught in the past was the best way…

Coming up as a graduate student I was never taught how to teach. I had to actively seek out my own information from seminars (which were hard to find) and literature about teaching and piece together my teaching philosophy from … Continue reading

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Pondering “sage on the stage” in a hybrid environment

According to Elizabeth St. Germain in Faculty Focus, one of the “Five Common Pitfalls of Online Course Design”  is insistence on being the “sage on the stage.” St. Germain writes: “In the old model of education, the instructor stood on … Continue reading

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