Developing a teachable point of view
Cameron, K.S. (2007). Developing a teachable point of view. Journal of Management Education, 31(3), 392-404.
As professors of management and organizational behavior mature in their teaching, they should begin to develop a teachable point of view. In this article, the author describes several attributes of a teachable point of view. Based on his own teaching experience, the author outlines five criteria for the content of the material taught—the what of teaching—as well as the pedagogical approach to engendering learning—the how of teaching. These criteria are offered as illustrations of what it means to be a full professor.