Most of us invest at least some of our time pursuing research in our disciplines.
Today, in episode 17 of Teaching in Higher Ed, Dr. Janine Utell joins us to talk about what we learn when we study our own teaching.
Dr. Janine Utell
Study your own teaching
- Be a reflective practitioner
- Collect data on yourself
- Involve the students
Teaching is something that is happening all of the time. – Dr. Janine Utell
The trouble with course evaluations
Failure can be a good thing to value. Failure, in terms of what didn't work for me, but also failure on the students' part. – Dr. Janine Utell
Importance of taking risks in studying our own teaching and assessment
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