Exploring How We Teach: Lived Experiences, Lessons, and Research about Graduate Instructors by Graduate Instructors
Utah State University
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- GSIs can find pedagogical value in demonstrating an exploratory learning process, and, in sharing the partialities that come with that process, we can find opportunities for our own intellectual development and well-being.
- Radical vulnerability is a powerful tool for building a community of responsibility and care.
- Acts of transparent vulnerability can reframe course content as relevant to students’ broader lives, while also modeling a method of community- and self-care.
Giardina, Elizabeth, "Teacher as Student: Matters of Exploration and Radical Vulnerability in the Classroom" (2022). Exploring How We Teach. Paper 12.