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Teaching philosophy: Learning to Write a Syllabus
Teaching philosophy: Learning to Write a Syllabus

Your teaching and learning philosophy is key to how you conduct your classes and what you expect of students in return. The syllabus for your course should clearly document your teaching philosophy and learning philosophy. Your teaching and learning philosophy serves as a guide and a model for students as they progress through your course. Learn why it is important to include information about how you view teaching and learning on your syllabus.

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