Interpersonal boundaries in teaching and learning
Source:New directions for teaching and learning ; no. 131, Jossey-Bass; Wiley, San Francisco, Calif.; Hoboken, N.J., p.108 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LB1033 .I584 2012
Keywords:Interaction analysis in education, Interpersonal relations, Teacher-student relationships
Contents: Boundaries and student self-disclosure in authentic, integrated learning activities and assignments / Melanie Booth -- Managing boundaries in the Web 2.0 classroom / Bree McEwan -- Millennial values and boundaries in the classroom / Chip Espinoza -- We're all adults here: clarifying and maintaining boundaries with adult learners / Melanie Booth, Harriet L. Schwartz -- The coconut and the peach: understanding, establishing, and maintaining interpersonal boundaries with international students / Miki Yamashita, Harriet L. Schwartz -- Complicity or multiplicity? defining boundaries for graduate teaching assistant success / Karen Dunn-Haley, Anne Zanzucchi -- Crossing boundaries in doctoral education: relational learning, cohort communities, and dissertation committees / Elizabeth L. Holloway, Laurien Alexandre -- Reflection and intention: interpersonal boundaries in teaching and learning / Harriet L. Schwartz.; Summary: While issues of interpersonal boundaries between faculty and students are not new, more recent influences such as evolving technology and current generational differences have created a new set of dilemmas. How do we set appropriate expectations regarding e-mail response time in a twenty-four-hour, seven-day-a-week Internet-connected culture? How do we maintain our authority with a generation that views the syllabus as negotiable? Complex questions about power, positionality, connection, distance, and privacy underlie these decision points. This sourcebook provides an in-depth look at interpersonal boundaries between faculty and students, giving consideration to the deeper contextual factors and power dynamics that inform how we set, adjust, and maintain boundaries as educators.