Harriet Schwartz is the author of a recent book, Connected Teaching: Relationship, Power, and Mattering in Higher Education. Little did she know just how much we’d need to connect in ways that matter! She has just launched a video series. This video series explores connected teaching – the inner and relational elements of teaching in higher education. Each 5 minute-video will offer a quick note of support and strategy.
Learn more in this open-access post to the Scholarly Teacher blog: “Authentic Teaching and Connected Learning in the Age of COVID-19.”
As someone who teaches research methods, Harriet Schwartz understands the particular challenge of this role and welcomes related questions. Future topics include: dealing with the highs and lows of teaching, self-disclosure and boundaries, and teacher as mentor.
Harriet also made a generous offer to MethodSpace readers: if you want to organize a book club or study group focused on Connected Teaching of Research Methods – she will arrange for a discount code and would gladly do a virtual visit to focus on teaching and mentoring methods. Use the contact form on https://www.harrietschwartz.com to reach her.
Relevant MethodSpace Posts
- One Year Anniversary of Teaching Methods Online
- Sociocultural Frameworks as a Humanizing Research Tool in contextualizing Black Male Teacher Retention
- March Focus: Designing an Ethical Study.
- Teaching Research Design through the Lens of Critical Praxis
- Action Research Podcast: Interview with the Editors