The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching

Episode 132 - Identity and Belonging: Who are you? Whose are you?: Roger Nam and Leah Payne

April 29, 2021 The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion
The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching
Episode 132 - Identity and Belonging: Who are you? Whose are you?: Roger Nam and Leah Payne
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The Wabash Center's Dialogue On Teaching
Episode 132 - Identity and Belonging: Who are you? Whose are you?: Roger Nam and Leah Payne
Apr 29, 2021
The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion

A critical challenge during the first years of teaching is defining, forming, and living into a scholarly identity which is healthy, has integrity and is generative for your own scholarly project. This conversation discloses some of the pitfalls and risks when institutions provide little to no mentoring. What does it take to have a common sense and reasonable perspective for being a scholar and for doing scholarship ... over the long haul? What practices might support habits of self-care, creativity, and imagination for sound teaching, scholarship, and service? What is "good" citizenship while on a faculty? 

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A critical challenge during the first years of teaching is defining, forming, and living into a scholarly identity which is healthy, has integrity and is generative for your own scholarly project. This conversation discloses some of the pitfalls and risks when institutions provide little to no mentoring. What does it take to have a common sense and reasonable perspective for being a scholar and for doing scholarship ... over the long haul? What practices might support habits of self-care, creativity, and imagination for sound teaching, scholarship, and service? What is "good" citizenship while on a faculty?