Teaching has historically been the most common work of those who train at the doctoral level in religious studies. The allimportant first job is usually in teaching, whether in a small institution or large, whether at the high school, undergraduate, or graduate level. Many of the issues are the same: developing courses, deciding on grading, balancing the workload, and “growing” as a teacher. Teaching is a discipline and an art form all its own, beyond the actual content of the subject at hand.
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