In our last session of the Teaching in the Community College Faculty Academy course, we discussed teaching philosophies, noting that we all have one, even though we are often unaware how our views influence our teaching. This week's Teaching Tip shares common illusions of rigor we often "accept in teaching our courses and what, in fact, are more realistic approaches that can provide the same high quality outcomes." Enlightening!
Craig Nelson, Biology Professor Emeritus, Indiana University
Dysfunctional Illusions of Rigor, Part 1: Teaching Professor eNews
Dysfunctional Illusions of Rigor, Part 2: Teaching Professor eNews
Contact Molly if you'd like a copy of the full article, published in To Improve the Academy, an annual publication for faculty developers.