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To speak broadly about us, we are a collection of literature, writing, and philosophy faculty, including adjunct faculty, tenure track faculty, and tenured faculty. We all worked as TAs, GAs, GTA (terminology varying, as you know) teaching classes and trying to figure out our own pedagogy from the best practices, advice from teaching mentors, advice from colleagues, and from our own desire to be awesome educators who knock it out of the park with memorable lessons and assignments every class meeting.

We’re still working on that every day—just like you; we just chose to make public our own struggles, our assignments, our strategies, and our advice. We’re making public our struggles and our successes in hopes of helping others to think through and adapt their own pedagogies to best fit their own ideas of how they can become awesome educators.

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