More Stories from the Podium
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More "Stories from the Podium"
Introduced by Barbara M. Reul (Editor)
The first round of “Stories from the Poduim” – about how teaching has shaped us and continues to have an impact on who we are and what we do in the classroom at Luther College – appeared in the Winter 2016 issue of Impetus. A total of six individuals, including yours truly, rose to the occasion. If you haven’t read our contributions, I urge you to do so; you won’t regret it!
For this issue I wanted to widen the circle and approached six more people. They include an administrator and former dean, two faculty members, two long-time sessionals, and a former student.
Thank you for sharing “your” story with us, and making it highly personal. It’s a great reminder of how much we can learn from each other.