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    Should Teaching be Re(dis)covered? Introduction to a Symposium

    Biesta, Gert (2019) Should Teaching be Re(dis)covered? Introduction to a Symposium. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 38 (5). pp. 549-553. ISSN 0039-3746

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    In the contributions to this symposium I have not so much asked my colleagues to review my own attempts at the re(dis)covery of teaching, as that I have invited them to take up the question whether and, if so, how teaching should be discovered, leaving open the possibility that they may see less of a need for this or perhaps see different avenues and reasons than what I have put on the table in my book. I have not just done so because I believe that everyone has the freedom to make up their own mind—which also means that they should Should Teaching be Re(dis)covered? Introduction to a Symposium 551 1 3 make up their own mind—but also because what should ‘bind’ us as an intellectual field or discipline are common questions, and not common answers

    Item Type: Article
    Additional Information: Cite as: Biesta, G. (2019). Should teaching be re(dis)covered? introduction to a symposium. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 38(5), 549-553. doi:
    Keywords: rediscovery of teaching; students learners; learning outcomes;
    Academic Unit: Centre for Teaching and Learning
    Item ID: 16050
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    Depositing User: Gert Biesta
    Date Deposited: 07 Jun 2022 08:56
    Journal or Publication Title: Studies in Philosophy and Education
    Publisher: Proquest
    Refereed: Yes
    Use Licence: This item is available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike Licence (CC BY-NC-SA). Details of this licence are available here

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