Interpersonal boundaries in teaching and learning
While issues of interpersonal boundaries between faculty and students are not new, more recent influences such as evolving technology and current generational differences have created a new set of dilemmas. How do we set appropriate expectations regarding e-mail response time in a twenty-four-hour, seven-day-a-week Internet-connected culture? How do we maintain our authority with a generation that views the syllabus as negotiable?
Complex questions about power, positionality, connection, distance, and privacy underlie these decision points. This sourcebook provides an in-depth look at interpersonal boundaries between faculty and students, giving consideration to the deeper contextual factors and power dynamics that inform how we set, adjust, and maintain boundaries as educators.
Leadership, Management & Business
Interpersonal Relations, Teacher-Student Relations
Educational Administration and Supervision | Educational Leadership | Educational Psychology | Leadership Studies | Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Schwartz, H. L. (2012). Interpersonal boundaries in teaching and learning. https://aura.antioch.edu/stubooks/33