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

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Overview

Internationally respected contributors describe in this volume their experiences of balancing the tension between teaching and research. Among the themes that emerge are: teachers as models for each other and for their students; individualism versus collectivism in the institution and the classroom; integrating individual research interests into the classroom; and finding one's voice. The book suggests that if scholars are to be teachers, their ability to integrate teaching and research is fundamental to their wellbeing over the course of their career, and is probably an indication of their classroom effectiveness as well.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761906230
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 9/26/1996
  • Series: Foundations for Organizational Science Series , #5
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction - Rae André and Peter J Frost
Leading the Learning Experience
PART ONE: THE PROBLEM: TEACHING ON THE RESEARCH SIDE OF THE BRAIN
Struggling with Balance - Cynthia V Fukami
My Career as a Teacher - Howard E Aldrich
Promise, Failure, Redemption
Teaching and Research - Barbara A Gutek
A Puzzling Dichotomy
If It's Not Teaching and Research, What Is It? - Rae André
PART TWO: ONE SOLUTION: LIVES THAT INTEGRATE TEACHING AND RESEARCH
On Publish or Perish, Pedagogy, and Getting a Life - Bill Van Buskirk
Synergies and Tensions: An Interview with Bill Van Buskirk
From Outcast to Postmodernist - David M Boje
Learning to Teach - Peter J Frost
Lessons from a Life in Business and Academia
Scholarship as a Career of Learning through Research and Teaching - Thomas A Mahoney
In Search of Myself in the Context of Russian and American Humanitarian Culture - Nikita Pokrovsky
PART THREE: FINDING SOLUTIONS IN PRACTICE
Learning to Teach - Beverly J Cameron
An Ongoing Process
Teaching in the Real World - Jeff Mello
Teaching from the Heart - Afsaneh Nahavandi
Between Text and Context - Pushkala Prasad
Restoring Connections in the OB Classroom
Anatomy of a Colleagueship - Marcy Crary and Duncan Spelman
Collaborations in and out of the Classroom
Teaching as Leading - Donald C Hambrick
PART FOUR: LEADING THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
Meditations on a Poet's Overalls - Peter B Vaill
The Teaching Experience as Learning in Public - Karl E Weick
The Power of Dialogue - Darlyne Bailey
Celebrating the Praxis of Teaching and Research
PART FIVE: A LOOK AT THE FUTURE: SOME QUESTIONS
Conclusion - Rae André and Peter J Frost

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