[W]hat if the problem is not that people arenâ€™t thinking well about their teaching? What if the problem is that people arenâ€™t thinking well about their professional work… [that as academics we fail to make clear] that the work we … are doing is part of something much larger?
I agree that that’s a discussion we need to have, and indeed, I’d be happy to contribute to it. I can see why the lack of that discussion keeps teaching “such a walled garden even inside the university.” But I don’t see how that lack makes teachers averse to change. Am I missing something?