My Teaching Philosophy

When Joey Feith asked me to write a guest blog post for his awesome site he suggested that I might like to consider writing about my teaching philosophy. I have to admit, I hadn’t really taken much time to sit down and reflect on the related beliefs that shape the way that plan my lessons, deliver my material, work together with my students, and assess my students.

You can read the full blog post here, and it is a post of which I am very proud.

The full blog post is also available as a podcast recording on the Global PhysEd Voxcast

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Thank you to Jorge Rodriguez – check out his awesome podcast.

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