Jessamyn Neuhaus

Geeky Pedagogy
State University of New York, Plattsburgh, USA

Jessamyn Neuhaus is a professor of US history and Interim Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at State University of New York at Plattsburgh (SUNY), USA. Recipient of the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, she is the author of Geeky Pedagogy: A Guide for Intellectuals, Introverts, and Nerds Who Want to be Effective Teachers (West Virginia University Press, WVUP) and editor of the forthcoming anthology Picture a Professor: Intersectional Teaching Strategies for Interrupting Bias about Faculty and Increasing Student Learning (WVUP). In addition to two historical monographs, Jessamyn has published pedagogical, historical, and cultural studies research in numerous anthologies and journals and regularly gives presentations on teaching. An advocate for scholarship of teaching and learning that celebrates infinite diversity in infinite combinations, Jessamyn’s mission as an educational developer is to help faculty nerd out about teaching and to use their big brains for increasing pedagogical self-efficacy. Visit her website geekypedagogy.comand find her on Twitter @GeekyPedagogy. 

Develop your teaching with Jessamyn Neuhaus
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'Picture a Professor': An Interview With Jessamyn Neuhaus
by James M. Lang, Jessamyn Neuhaus
In this interview, James M. Lang catches up with Jessamyn Neehaus, inviting her to share some of the backstory of her new book, and to talk about her writing practices. Read an excerpt from the book below, and feel free to join the conversation.
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Four Ways To Fight The 'Super Teacher' Myth
by Jessamyn Neuhaus
This narrated presentation provides four practical considerations to help you fight the 'super teacher' myth.
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