Did you have instructors who were dolts?

May 23, 2008
Here's a situation a lot of us have experienced: You take a class that gives you headaches. After a lot of soul searching, you start to wonder if the problem is not you and not the material, but the instructor. Well, the problem might well have been a ...

Here's a situation a lot of us have experienced: You take a class that gives you headaches. After a lot of soul searching, you start to wonder if the problem is not you and not the material, but the instructor.

Well, the problem might well have been a poor hiring choice on the part of school administrators. This short article from the Chronicle of Higher Education gives some interesting insights into some not-so-good educators who were considered for college teaching jobs.

http://chronicle.com/jobs/news/2008/05/2008052301c/careers.html?utm_source=at&utm_medium=en

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