Researchers Hooked on Teaching: Noted Scholars Discuss the Synergies of Teaching and Research

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In this thought-provoking collection of personal essays, a diverse group of professors describe what they actually do in the classroom and in their personal lives to balance the tension between teaching and research. Some of the themes Researchers Hooked on Teaching discusses are teachers as models for each other and their students, individualism versus collectivism in the institution and the classroom, and finding one's voice. This insightful new book suggests that if scholars are to be teachers, then their ability to integrate teaching and research is basic to their well-being over the course of their career, and is probably a predictor of classroom effectiveness as well. Students and scholars in the field of organizational studies - and particularly students who aspire to academic careers - will find this a helpful resource. Other areas to which Researchers Hooked on Teaching will be applicable include gender studies, sociology, psychology, and courses in teacher training.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Leading the Learning Experience
Acknowledgments
I The Problem: Teaching on the Research Side of the Brain 1
1 Struggling With Balance 3
2 My Career as a Teacher: Promise, Failure, Redemption 14
3 Teaching and Research: A Puzzling Dichotomy 27
4 If It's Not Teaching and Research, What Is It? 40
II One Solution: Lives that Integrate Teaching and Research 55
5 On Publish or Perish, Pedagogy, and Getting a Life - Synergies and Tensions: An Interview With Bill Van Buskirk 57
6 From Outcast to Postmodernist 78
7 Learning to Teach: Lessons From a Life in Business and Academia 93
8 Scholarship as a Career of Learning Through Research and Teaching 112
9 In Search of Myself in the Context of Russian and American Humanitarian Culture 125
III Finding Solutions in Practice 157
10 Learning to Teach: An Ongoing Process 160
11 Teaching in the Real World 178
12 Teaching From the Heart 197
13 Between Text and Context: Restoring Connections in the OB Classroom 213
14 Anatomy of a Colleagueship: Collaborations in and out of the Classroom 224
15 Teaching as Leading 242
IV Leading the Learning Experience 255
16 Meditations on a Poet's Overalls 258
17 The Teaching Experience as Learning in Public 283
18 The Power of Dialogue: Celebrating the Praxis of Teaching and Research 301
V A Look at the Future: Some Questions 313
19 Conclusion 322
About the Authors 323
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