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Episode 137 - Creativity, Imagination, and Fears: Becoming a Generative Scholar: Leah Payne and Roger Nam

Episode 137 - Creativity, Imagination, and Fears: Becoming a Generative Scholar: Leah Payne and Roger Nam

Update: 2021-06-11
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It takes time to unfurl from the processes of a doctoral program and lower the anxieties created in a job search. Now that you are an early career colleague, in what ways might you recompress and create strategies for bringing your genuine voice into your classroom? What does it take to shed the impulse of conformity and work toward your own distinctive generativity? In aspiring for a lifelong teaching career, who might be your mentors, conversation partners, and guides? Rather than reduce teaching to perfunctory tasks, what does it mean to develop the artistry of teaching? As an early career scholar, what does it mean to live into your own imagination, creativity, and courage for teaching? 

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Episode 137 - Creativity, Imagination, and Fears: Becoming a Generative Scholar: Leah Payne and Roger Nam

Episode 137 - Creativity, Imagination, and Fears: Becoming a Generative Scholar: Leah Payne and Roger Nam

The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion