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Title Authenticity in teaching / Patricia Cranton, editor
Published San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass, 2006

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Description 92 pages ; 23 cm
Series New directions for adult and continuing education ; no. 111
New directions for adult and continuing education ; no. 111
Contents Authenticity and power / Stephen D. Brookfield -- Women, knowing, and authenticity : living with contradictions / Leona M. English -- Authenticity and imagination / John M. Dirkx -- Authenticity and relationships with students / Katherine A. Frego -- Institutional constraints on authenticity in teaching / Russell Hunt -- Cultural dimensions of authenticity in teaching / Lin Lin -- Teaching with presence / Lloyd Kornelsen -- Integrating perspectives on authenticity / Patricia Cranton
Authenticity is one of those concepts, like soul, spirit, or imagination, that are easier to define in terms of what they are not than what they are. We can fairly easily say that someone who lies to students or pretends to know or who deliberately dons a teaching persona is not authentic. But do the opposite behaviors guarantee authentic teaching? Not necessarily
Notes "Fall 2006."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject College teachers.
Adult education.
College teaching.
Author Cranton, Patricia.
ISBN 0787994030