Episode 7: Teaching-Learning as Conversation
In this episode, USF’s College of Arts and Sciences International Studies Assistant Professor Quỳnh N. Phạm converses with Vassar College’s Political Science Professor Andrew Davison about teaching-learning as conversation. Davison shares his pedagogy of caring and approaching students as interlocutors with insights about the material. He also shares his experience of not entering into a graded relationship with students in order to expand the range of consideration and give space to voices that tend to be silenced or excluded. Continuing the conversation, Phạm reflects with USF CTE co-directors Marilyn DeLaure and Eugene Kim on the importance of attending to students’ diverse and unequal conditions of learning, engaging multiple traditions and sources of knowledge, and fostering a co-learning space that can be “reciprocally challenging,” hospitable to risk-taking, and potentially transformative for everyone involved.
Quỳnh N. Phạm; Andrew Davison
Tracy Seeley Center For Teaching Excellence (CTE), "Episode 7: Teaching-Learning as Conversation" (2021). The CTE Podcast. 8.