What Can We Learn from Our Struggles and Failures?

what can we learn from teaching failures
I’ve put together a lot of bibliographies in my day. They’re more like resource collections than comprehensive listings of relevant published work, which are pretty much impossible when it comes to teaching and learning where the literature spreads across our disciplines and in disciplines devoted to its study. I favor well-designed research studies with practical implications, thoughtful analysis of instructional strategies, articles with content applicable across many disciplines, and material that’s well-written. My latest collection, available for download at the end of this article, pushes that envelope just a bit.

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