Chanley Teaching Philosophy in Brief

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Philosophy of Teaching Dr. Sharon Chanley I am committed to democratic pedagogy. My commitment comes from three major sources: my experiences as a student, from students’ feedback, and from reading and studying about educational theory and practice. Throughout my years as a student, I regularly tried to have a voice in course decisions. So, I know firsthand how frustrating it can be to have instructors and educational institutions not interested in student input. Therefore, I try to ground my teaching in my students’ voices, whether through their direct input or through their course evaluations. I take their criticisms, and praise, seriously. Finally, the work of bell hooks, Paulo Friere, and Ira Shor has strongly influenced my educational philosophy. I try to help students develop, through in-course use, the tools they need for critical thinking about problem-solving, whether it is about problems in the workplace, or about social problems they care about.
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  • Fall '17
  • Sharon Chanley
  • Philosophy of Teaching, Dr. Sharon Chanley

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