To Teach or Not to Teach–Insights From a Practitioner-Instructor

“Beyond the mechanics of teaching, these areas provide substance to the reasons why one should or should not teach. Still as important, these focus areas provide a glimpse, and really just a glimpse, into the culture of the academy and the students of today. If your last contact with higher education was as a student or a brush with the system as a guest lecturer, you may find the educational environment to be different from what you remember. By focusing on both the pluses and the minuses, each apprentice adjunct should be equipped to enter this realm with his/her eyes wide open.”

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