An Honest Teaching Philosophy

Robby Nadler


An essay based on the idea of what a first-year composition instructor would really say in a teaching philosophy statement if given the chance to be frank. It is a look into the politics and personal struggles one instructor has with his job, but it is also a love letter of ethos to his former students as he tries to account for what might not always have been the best performance.


interdisciplinary; pedagogy; composition

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