00:01    |    
Initial credits
00:06    |    
00:11    |    
Being a teacher in the past
01:17    |    
Difficulties and challenges about teaching
03:27    |    
Is there a favorite challenge when teaching?
Learning from the past to apply in the present
Idea of justice and fairness from the Laws of Hammurabi to the present
05:46    |    
Does something frustrate you when teaching?
The privilege of studying
Indiference in the educational system
The ideal professor and the approach to life 
08:38    |    
Which were your best teachers?
Charles Grandi 
Caring for students and the cause of education 
10:47    |    
Which was your best learning experience? 
Anecdote about the passion for teaching
12:40    |    
What should a student expect from a teacher?
Trusting the teacher
14:56    |    
Final words
15:02    |    
Final credits




Beyond Teaching Millennial Students

25 de agosto de 2014   | Vistas: 10 |  

Professor Preston Jones shares his experience teaching at Brown University. He talks about the difficulties and common challenges when teaching and how we can learn from the past to apply better teaching practices in the present. Jones speaks about some of his frustrations regarding the educational system and the privilege of studying and mentions who was his favourite teacher and his best learning experience with an anecdote about the passion for teaching. Finally he talks about how students should trust their teachers and what should they expect from them.

Preston Jones is associate professor of history and he was previously head of the History Department at John Brown University.…


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