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A Philosophy of Teaching

I was thinking about things today and was drawn to writing A Philosophy of Teaching describing what I do and why I do it.  In a way I was interested in auditing myself.  Furthermore, it wasn't clear to me that I could articulate this if asked.

I consider this a first draft.  As I mull it over and, in particular, use it as an assessment tool, changes are likely to result.

Two laws apply here:

Law Five: If you continue to think what you have always thought you will get less and less of what you always got.

Law Eight: Old dogs that don't learn new tricks end up dead dogs.

Posted on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 08:09PM by Registered CommenterJames Drogan | CommentsPost a Comment

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