Teaching Philosophies: Time for a Revisit

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Several discipline-based teaching journals now annually recognize articles that have had lasting impact. It’s a great way to honor pieces of scholarship that have advanced our understanding of important pedagogical issues and improved practice in the process. The Journal of Management Education recently honored two concurrently published pieces on teaching philosophies—one that proposes connecting teaching philosophies to relevant educational philosophies and one that contains two exercises designed to help faculty discover and articulate their own teaching philosophy (Beatty et al., 2009a, 2009b).

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