Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Seeking teaching tips from philosophers

David Gooblar is soliciting teaching tips from college instructors, and philosophers in particular, for his new site Pedagogy Unbound. It's an elegantly designed site: He has links to tips organized by topic (Discussion, Academic Honesty, Making a Syllabus, and lots more). Many of them are taken from what I think of as classic recent sources on teaching and learning (Lang's On Course, Angelo and Cross' Classroom Assessment Techniques, etc.), others are "homegrown" from the contributors. David's looking for tips from contributors, so please don't hesitate to help him, and your fellow teachers, out.

1 comment:

  1. These were wonderful tips and I like that it was organized. Very helpful.


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