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About You Call Yourself A Teacher?!
Looking for some alternative conversations about teaching which: substitute analysis of transcripts and recording of lessons for judgments made about recollections of lessons; focus on details rather than general points; are exploratory rather than cut and dried; engage students in the exploration of teaching practices rather than exclude them; are intended to liberate rather than control; move beyond the conventional to the unconventional - even iconoclastic; encourage very small changes rather than big ones; and value the constant testing of the consequences of our usual practices in order to better understand teaching and learning? If you are, I invite you to engage in some of the activities on this blog. I say, â€śengageâ€ť because to understand our teaching, we have to act, not just read and write. You will, I hope, become exhilarated by the many possibilities for your teaching that previously you might have dreamt about but not considered possible. â€” John F. Fanselow
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