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The Skillful Teacher by Stephen D. Brookfield is insightful and practical. Written for college teachers, it examines adult learning from the point of view of both teacher and learner. Brookfield uses three motifs ¾ experimental, practical, and inspirational¾ integrating vignettes written in a conversational tone, with the intention that this book is of use to working teachers “for encouragement after a bad day in the classroom” (p. xiv).
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