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Pedagogy of student parenting: Strategies for teaching busy, working-class students

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Conflict in the Classroom

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Questioning nuestras prácticas lingüísticas

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Teaching and Mothering: What My First Semester Teaching after Maternity Leave Taught Me

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Why Teach Media Literacy to Undergraduates?

Use the American Language Only propaganda

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Driving Through the “Inclusion jeapordizes Rigor” Rationale: A Travel Guide to Keep from Stalling

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Tense But Productive Discussions

Communication as Praxis, Reflective Practice

Language and the Politics of Talking and Listening  

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Learning Shouldn’t Hurt, or How My Dog Made Me a Better Teacher

Teach@CUNY

The New Teach@CUNY Handbook

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Institutional Care: Designing for Access

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Teaching as a Graduate Student: Syllabus Making and Theory Making

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Managing Trauma in the Prison Classroom

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Students as researchers: how to incorporate research practices as a pedagogical tool

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My Journey Toward a Socially Conscious Pedagogy for Language Teaching

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Music across the Disciplines

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Research in the Making

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Pregnancy and Pedagogy: What “Non-Stress Tests” Taught Me About Assessing Our Students

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Introducing a New Digital Resource: Museum Pedagogy in the Classroom

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Teaching With the Body

Open Teaching Initiative, Teach@CUNY

Teaching Intersectionality and Student-Centered Pedagogy

Open Teaching Initiative, Teach@CUNY

Watching Feminist Pedagogy in Action

Ableism in the Classroom, Teach@CUNY

Universal Design in the Developmental Writing Classroom

Discussion Strategies, Teach@CUNY

Discussion Strategies: Creating Policies for Class Discussion

Discussion Strategies, Teach@CUNY

Discussion Strategies: Making a Map

Discussion Strategies, Teach@CUNY

Discussion Strategies: Letting Students Take Over the Classroom

Discussion Strategies, Teach@CUNY

Ideas for Class Discussion!

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Bending So As Not to Break: Pedagogical Flexibility as an Asset

First Day Activities, Teach@CUNY

First-Day Activities: Exploding the Text

First Day Activities, Teach@CUNY

First-Day Activities: Imagining Artworks

First Day Activities, Teach@CUNY

First-Day Activities: Getting to Know You, Getting to Know All (or a Little Bit) About You…

First Day Activities, Teach@CUNY

First-Day Activities: Writing a Class Constitution

Discussion Strategies, Teach@CUNY

Teach@CUNY—Call #1: Discussion Strategies

First Day Activities, Teach@CUNY

Teaching This Semester? Ideas for Your First Day of Class!

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