As I’m catching up on over-due blog posts and reflecting on information in bulk, this topic was the least intuitive based on the title. Even from the readings and listening to the podcast, I wasn’t clear on what “critical pedagogy” means, and just felt that we were approaching being critical of pedagogy, each of theContinue reading “Critical Pedagogy”
I hate grading. I hate worrying about grades, I hate being measured by my grades, and I hate grading other peoples work as a TA. It offers such an interesting dimension into how well learning and teaching are taking place. On one hand, it should offer a generally objective way to assess all students, thisContinue reading “Assessment”
I think in general, case-based or problem-based learning can be a great tool. However, I think there is a limitation in how relatable some subjects can be. Typically in my field, the cases that are presented are all medical based. In some ways it is extremely helpful and maintains relevancy because much of the neuroscienceContinue reading “Case-based Pedagogy”
Of all of the readings this week, the most impactful for me was the Georgetown course design on Inclusive Pedagogy, mainly from an argument I’ve had with other white men. I’m a white man, and I have friends, acquaintances, and coworkers who are white men, and for a long time (up to and including now),Continue reading “The Benefits of Inclusive Pedagogy”
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