In this inspiring interview with Hubert L. Dreyfus on his masterful teaching, insights are uncovered about dialogical teaching focused on the domain of study as opposed to being primarily focused on teacher performance, or even being student-focused. The focus is equally on the student and teacher as learners in order to better understand ways of being and life itself. Dreyfus really cares about what students are thinking, and what they can teach others, including himself. He takes students to the edges of his understanding of difficult philosophical texts, making them come alive, and then opens the class up for dialogue and thinking together. Bert Dreyfus’ insightful book on Online Learning entitled “On the Internet” discussed. He thinks the ingredients for masterful teaching are directly related to the teacher’s thirst for understanding, passion, curiosity, risk-taking and engagement.
Approx. Running Time 29 min.
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