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“Making Meaning of a Life in Teaching”  [12]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/123613

Making Meaning of a Life in Teaching, an initiative designed for experienced or seasoned faculty, brought together 44 faculty between 2004 and 2008. These participant memoirs represent the culminating projects of the program in which faculty write about the influences that shaped and moved their lives as teachers.


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Transcending

Wingert, Deborah (University of Minnesota's Center for Teaching and Learning, 2007)

Transcending

Wingert, Deborah (University of Minnesota's Center for Teaching and Learning, 2007)

My Magnificent Seven: A Memoir of Students Who Have Shaped My Teaching

O'Donovan, Kathleen (University of Minnesota's Center for Teaching and Learning, 2007)

A Woman and a Scholar: Memoir of Learning and Teaching

Waterhouse, Beth E. (University of Minnesota's Center for Teaching and Learning, 2004-12-08)

An Imperishable Attitude

Simmons, Steve (University of Minnesota's Center for Teaching and Learning, 2004)

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