Democracy in Higher Education Courses: Transformative Strategies

Angelica M. Astor, Martha A. Astor


Teaching/Learning can be a mutual journey in higher education. It requires more than wanting to approach teaching and learning differently. Our schema about power and teaching must be addressed. It is not a simple thing to tease out what part of submission in learning is vital to gaining mastery and learning to think deeply and critically, and what part is inhumane. It also requires a complex skill set for ourselves and for students that must be experienced and embraced by us, then taught and practiced. It is a complex change full of excitement and cognitive as well as personal challenges. Can we allow teaching and learning to become inseparable parts of a greater whole? Constructive teaching in higher education is not just about our ability to transcend the moment but the mutual journey, all participants teaching and learning that is the miracle.

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