Taylor, Steven S.
Beautiful Teaching is an attempt to look at teaching as an art rather than a science. The purpose of this project was to define beautiful teaching and to discover what is necessary to teach beautifully. Student interviews were conducted, and theories were drawn from the answers given in the interviews. This method is called grounded theory. The resulting key factors for Beautiful Teaching are organization, passion, knowledge and awareness, interaction with students, and variability in visual aides.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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