Using Transformative Pedagogy When Teaching Online

@inproceedings{Meyers2008UsingTP,
  title={Using Transformative Pedagogy When Teaching Online},
  author={Steven A. Meyers},
  year={2008}
}
any professors want to promote students’ critical thinking, foster self-examination, and facilitate civic engagement; however, these professors may be uncertain about how they can accomplish these objectives. The paradigm of transformative pedagogy (Mezirow and Associates 2000; Taylor 2000) can provide faculty with a useful theoretical perspective to guide their efforts. Descriptions of transformative pedagogy originated in the adult education literature. Mezirow (1991) argued that students… CONTINUE READING

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