Growth of a Teacher

Andrews, John D. W.
March 1978
Journal of Higher Education;Mar/Apr1978, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p136
Academic Journal
This case study traces the parallel efforts of one individual to develop as a person and as a teacher. The author worked with her as a teaching development consultant and as a psychotherapist, and discusses how these two activities influenced each other.


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