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We all doubt ourselves at times, and we all have bad days in the classroom! Being an excellent teacher is a challenge to achieve consistently, made more difficult by trying to measure how we as teachers make decisions in the classroom, and what impact those decisions have on what and how our students learn. This case study is offered from the perspective of an academic developer, working as a ‘third space’ professional (Whitchurch, 2008), and as a facilitator of discussions about excellent teaching in higher education on DIT’s teaching qualification – the Postgraduate Diploma in Third Level learning and Teaching.
Donnelly, R. (2019). When it goes wrong, how do I know I am an excellent teacher, (just having a bad day)? A Case Study. In P. Kahn & L. Anderson (Eds.) Developing your Teaching: Towards Excellence (2nd Edition). London: Routledge.