For links to information about my teaching philosophy and scholarly interests, click the links below:

You might also like to view my About Me pages and my Writing pages for more on those aspects of my life.

For a list of my blog posts related to teaching, check out the Teaching category.

Research interests

Below, I’ve listed several books on teaching that I recommend.  For more teaching-related books I’ve read, check out my Goodreads shelf of teaching books:

  • James M. Banner, Jr. and Harold C. Cannon, The Elements of Teaching
  • Mark A. Baron and Floyd Boschee,  Authentic Assessment: The Key to Unlocking Student Success
  • Bstan-‘dzin-rgya-mtsho (HH the 14th Dalai Lama) and Howard C. Cutler, The Art of Happiness at Work
  • Anne Curzan and Lisa Damour, First Day to Final Grade: A Graduate Student’s Guide to Teaching
  • Maurice J. Elias, et al, Promoting Social and Emotional Learning: Guidelines for Educators
  • Charles H. Hargis,  Grades and Grading Practices: Obstacles to Improving Education and to Helping At-Risk Students
  • Rachael Kessler, The Soul of Education: Helping Students Find Connection, Compassion, and Character at School
  • Erika Lindemann,  A Rhetoric for Writing Teachers
  • Max S. Marshall, Teaching Without Grades
  • Frank McCourt,  Teacher Man
  • Greta Nagel, The Tao of Teaching: The Ageless Wisdom of Taoism and the Art of Teaching
  • Parker J. Palmer, To Know as We are Known: Education as a Spiritual Journey
  • Sidney B. Simon and James A. Bellanca, ed,  Degrading the Grading Myths: A Primer of Alternatives to Grades and Marks

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