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Grier's Dr. Guydish Buchholz's Research Explores Advantages of Student Differences

Today, Dr. Erin Guydish Buchholz teaches American Literature courses to sophomores at Grier, but observations from her past experience teaching in higher education institutions influenced research that now appears in Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy. In the article, her research focus is on rethinking the practice of teaching, how student differences can be an advantage, and why focusing on skills that transfer to other aspects of students’ lives can enhance teaching pedagogies.
The title of the article written by Dr. Guydish Buchholz is “Pedagogy, Ideology, & Composition: Is There a Better Way to Teach?”  Click the linked title to read the abstract and access the entire work through the Dialogue website.

Grier applauds Dr. Guydish Buchholz for her dedication to the profession of education. Congrats to “Dr. G-B” on this awesome accomplishment!

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