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The Chronicle of Higher Education's 2013 [http://chronicle.com/article/Professors-of-the-Year-Reflect/142983/ Professors of the Year Reflect on How Failures Helped Them Improve].
 
The Chronicle of Higher Education's 2013 [http://chronicle.com/article/Professors-of-the-Year-Reflect/142983/ Professors of the Year Reflect on How Failures Helped Them Improve].
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Frances Woolley writes on [http://worthwhile.typepad.com/worthwhile_canadian_initi/2016/10/residential-schools-what-were-they-thinking.html#more Canada's residential schools and the dangers of educational hubris].

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Briefly stated, our job as instructors is to share the knowledge and skills we have with our students. This blog post by Ingrid Robeyns reminds us that our students can know more than we do about the topics we teach...poverty, racism, gender bias, unemployment, budget constraints, etc. Teach with humility and be ready to learn.


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The Chronicle of Higher Education's 2013 Professors of the Year Reflect on How Failures Helped Them Improve.

Frances Woolley writes on Canada's residential schools and the dangers of educational hubris.