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From the Student's View: Teaching from the Outside In

This is one of several articles from a special publication whose theme was "teaching from the outside in." According to the Editor, "The student-teacher differences might be characterized by race, gender, cultural or economic background, country of origin, religious or political beliefs, or sexual orientation or in some other way...All of them have the potential to impact the teaching and learning that occur in a given classroom, and the articles in this issue explore the pedagogical opportunities and challenges that arise from these differences." In this article, students report some of their experiences with instructors who were somewhat different from them.


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