Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Should scholars publish on teaching?

ANCIENT JEW REVIEW: Making it “Count”: Translating your Teaching Innovations into Research Output (Helen Dixon).
Many academics only write about their teaching at three key moments: composing application dossiers, writing course syllabi, and perhaps when reflecting for annual reviews or tenure submissions. But there are many venues that, with the right framing, could showcase how you translate your expertise for students and what you have learned from the trial-and-error repetition of activities, paper prompts, and entire courses.
This is a thoughtful essay full of good advice.

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