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Teaching as if Life Matters: The Promise of a New Education Culture


reviewed by Jeffrey Galle April 20, 2012

coverTitle: Teaching as if Life Matters: The Promise of a New Education Culture
Author(s): Christopher Uhl
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore
ISBN: 1421400391, Pages: 224, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 20, 2012
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16761, Date Accessed: 12/16/2017 3:47:46 PM

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  • Jeffrey Galle
    Emory University
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    JEFFREY GALLE is the Director of the Center for Academic Excellence at Oxford College of Emory University and an associate professor of English, As director, he organizes a number of faculty programs for Oxford College, including the annual Institute for Pedagogy in the Liberal Arts. Galle, selected in 2009 for the Distinguished Teaching Scholar recognition at Emory University, has authored essays on the pedagogies of blended learning, rubrics in writing instruction, and assessment. He has presented and published literary essays on works by such writers as Christopher Marlowe, Mark Twain, and Ellen Gilchrist. One of his current research projects explores the clustering of high impact practices as a means to enhance student learning.
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