Tag Archives: Lee Shulman

Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Animal Welfare: Three Examples of Exceptional Educators

In his 1985 presidential address to the American Educational Research Association, Lee Shulman proposed a new domain of teacher knowledge which has since become a cornerstone of research and practice in teacher education: ¬†pedagogical content knowledge. Pedagogical content knowledge–known lovingly … Continue reading

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Pondering bumper stickers and Defining disciplinary expertise: A follow-up to my dog training non-controversy post

For many years, I never wanted to be one of those people with bumper stickers on my car.¬† (Although I do confess to having sported a few LA Kings stickers during my ultra-fanatical hockey phase in high school.)¬† Because I … Continue reading

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