An Old Dog Can Learn New Tricks
The Teaching Professor
In the fall of 2013, at the age of 56 I successfully defended my dissertation and shortly thereafter accepted a job at a regional public university where I taught three new classes. My experiences teaching confirm that even at my age, change and movement to more effective classroom instruction are possible. I kept a teaching journal, and on reanalyzing it I found some “tricks” that helped me in this journey. I’d like to share them with other novice faculty.
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Pam Britton Reese (2014).
An Old Dog Can Learn New Tricks. The Teaching Professor.28 (8), 6.