LOADING

Type to search

Fostering the Reciprocity of Learning

For Those Who Teach

Fostering the Reciprocity of Learning

Print This Post
Share

In the July 10, 2013 post, I shared some ideas about learning with students precipitated by an article that made an interesting distinction between “doing for” students and “learning with” students. The post generated some good responses and prompted Aron Reppmann, a philosophy professor at Trinity Christian College in Illinois, to send me an email. “I think you have your finger on something that’s often missed in debates about professors’ posture toward students: namely that to say that we learn with and from our students is not necessarily to say that we are always learning in the same way as our students.”

To continue reading, you must be a Teaching Professor Subscriber.
Please log in or sign up for full access.

Log In

Tags:

You Might also Like