Chapter 3: Teaching with purpose: commitment and innovation in IR pedagogy
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This chapter discusses learning goals, engagement, and outcomes. It begins with a “brief history” of pedagogical thinking, looks at the ebb and flow of the professional community’s relationship with pedagogy over time and the role of key voices and developments in spurring innovation. It discusses “teaching with purpose,” drawing on the author’s experience of teaching and learning and concludes with a call for continued engagement in effective pedagogy and looks at emerging trends that could shape the future of international relations teaching and learning.

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