In the pits: teaching from the bottom up
AuthorCox, Sean M.
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CitationCOX, S.M. (2003). In the pits: teaching from the bottom up. Political Science and Politics, 36 (1), pp. 75-76. https://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1049096503001720
I felt compelled to write this brief essay after glancing through “The Teacher” section of the recent issues of PS. There are several articles exhorting young educators, soon-to-be educators, or those considering pursuing a career in academia to think about what it means to get in front of a classroom and impart that information which we believe will make a world of difference to our students. These eminent scholars with years of cumulative experience offer sage advice, relevant anecdotes, and a rosy perspective on how exploring alternative avenues of information dissemination will make the classroom experience more positive and fruitful for instructor and student alike.