A common practice for educators is to develop a teaching philosophy which helps them become reflective practitioners on various teaching and learning strategies. This narrative will address how one faculty member identified common themes within her online and face-to-face classes that held students accountable, yet eager to come to class and learn the important content and develop the unique traits mentioned. Through the use of various data methods and current literature and research available, the author identified three common themes within her teaching and classroom environment. Those themes are identified as the 3 “R’s”: Relationships, Relevancy, and Rigor.
"Development of One’s Teaching Philosophy: The Three “R’s” of Relationships, Relevancy, and Rigor,"
Empowering Research for Educators: Vol. 2:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://openprairie.sdstate.edu/ere/vol2/iss1/1
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