Vol. 10 No. 3 (2021): Teaching Anthropology
We are often quite insulated in our teaching habits, too infrequently hearing about teaching practices beyond our own organisations. This can lead to teaching practices becoming quite insular, with institutions adopting the usual lecture/seminar formats their lecturers and tutors have themselves known in the assumption that most universities function in a similar way. Editors in Chief, Gavin Weston and Natalie Djohari introduce this collection by reflecting on their first year curating submissions and what can be learnt from sharing our diverse teaching practices. These last few years have been challenging for teachers around the world, but in sharing how educators adapt to meet diverse padagogical needs, this collection hopes to inspire continued innovation and experimentation in anthropological teaching.
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