Presented by Jeremiah Conway, Author and Professor
Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Location: 301 Bailey Hall, USM Gorham Campus
Credit: 0.2 CEUs ($20 processing fee required)
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What leads people into teaching and what sustains this motivation? For many it is the possibility of making a difference in people’s lives. This innate motivation is fragile and needs to be cultivated and nurtured. Without this care, it can easily end up lost, forgotten, or buried under countless duties and responsibilities.
Join us for a presentation by Professor Jeremiah Conway, author of the recent book—The Alchemy of Teaching. The Transformation of Lives—invites us to consider and reflect on the often messy, wondrous, sometimes chaotic struggle for human change that occurs in classrooms.
His book, which has received glowing national reviews, offers educators a literary glimpse into the heart of a teacher and classroom. Through his stories we are given a gentle, yet potent, reminder that teaching matters, it’s a privilege and lives are at stake in it.
Presented by Jeremiah Conway
Professor Conway (Ph.D. Yale) is a professor of philosophy at the University of Southern Maine. He has received the University’s Outstanding Teaching Award several times, as well as other prestigious awards. He has written over 40 published articles on philosophy, teaching, and his interactions with students.
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