"How To Become the Teacher Who Makes the Difference - An Anti-Romantic Theory of Pedagogy: Principles, not Personalities." Chapter in Making a Teacher Eternal: Scholars Describe the Teacher Who Made a Difference. Vol. 6 of the book series Adolescence and Education, eds. Frank Pajares and Tim Urdan. InfoAge Publishers, 2008.     Article Excerpt
"Do we Teach Disciplines or Do we Teach Students? What Difference Does it Make?" ADE Bulletin, 2008.     Article Excerpt
"The Unbroken Continuum: Booth/Gregory on Teaching and Ethical Criticism," Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture 7.1 (Winter 2007): 49-60.     Article Excerpt
"Real Teaching and Real Learning vs Narrative Myths about Education," Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 6.1 (2007): 7-27.     Article Excerpt
“Turning Water Into Wine: Giving Remote Texts Full Flavor for the Audience of Friends” Journal of College 53.3: 95-98.     Article Excerpt
“Pedagogical Disjunctions, Or, If I Say I Want My Students to Be Mainly Learning X, Why Do I Think Mostly About Teaching Y?,” Journal of Cognitive Affective Learning I. (October 2004).     Full Text
     NB: Solicited for the inaugural issue of a new, peer-reviewed, open-access electronic journal—first issue in
     October 2004—to support the Carnegie sponsored Center for Cognitive-Affective Learning established at
     Oxford College of Emory University.
“Pedagogy and the Christian Law of Love,” Journal of Education and Christian Belief VI.1 (Spring 2002): 9-26.     Article Excerpt
     NB:  Reprinted on the following web sites:
          The Stapleford Centre (2004).
          The European Educators’ Christian Association (2004).
          The Christian Pedagogical Institute of Denmark and translated into Danish
               by Carsten Hjorth Pedersen (2003).
          Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning at Calvin College (2004).
“Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Teacherly Ethos,” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture I.1 (Winter 2001): 69-89.     Full Text
“Teaching Narrative: Correspondence School and Waterford Crystal,” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning XXXI.1 (January/February 1999): 32-37.     Full Text
     NB: Reprinted in the following book:
     Learning from Change: Landmarks in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education from Change Magazine,
     1969-1999. Ed. Theodore J. Marchese & Deborah DeZure. (Stylus Publishing 2000): 389-92
“Introductory Courses, Student Ethos, and Living the Life of the Mind,” Journal of College Teaching XL.2 (Spring 1997): 63-71.     Article Excerpt
“The Many-Headed Hydra of Theory vs. the Unifying Mission of Teaching,” College English LIX.1 (January 1997):  41-58.     Article Excerpt
     NB:  Concluding section reprinted on the following web site
           Suffolk County Community College (Selden, New York).
“How to Talk About Teaching in the MLA Interview,” ADE Bulletin  (Fall 1995): 7-8.
“Ethical Criticism and Liberal Education: The Pedagogical Connection,” ADE Bulletin No. 90 (Fall, 1988): 34-45.     Article Excerpt
“If Education is a Feast, Then Why Do We Keep Narrowing the Menu? A Critique of Pedagogical Metaphors,” Journal of College Teaching XXXV.3 (Summer, 1987): 101-106.   Article Excerpt
Series of four articles on the liberal arts and pedagogy in University of Indianapolis’s Alumni Magazine, 1979-1980 (solicited essays).PedA.htmlPedA.htmlPedB.htmlPedC.htmlPedD.htmlPed1.htmlPed2.htmlPed3.htmlhttp://www.stapleford-centre.org

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