Robert Haight's teaching focuses on the social and behavioral aspects of being a principled pharmacist. He introduces student pharmacists to these social and behavioral concepts (e.g. emotional intelligence, mindful and authentic leadership, and behavioral economics) and places them in context of the Key Values of Jesuit education; for example he will have students reflect upon how to improve their own emotional intelligence and how being aware of those around them, and their environment, can lead to them being more contemplative in their actions. Robert's philosophy of teaching requires that teaching and assessment are the same activity, that students learn from a self-directed, constructivist approach, in which they are assessed and given feedback on their learning; students then engages in reflective activities, guided by the Ignatian Pedagogical Approach, which lead the student to a deeper understanding of the material.

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