Opening Lines: Approaches to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 2000 - Education - 106 pages
This publication features reports by eight Carnegie Scholars who are working to develop a scholarship of teaching and learning that will advance the profession of teaching and improve student learning. Following the Introduction, "Approaching the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning" (Pat Hutchings), the papers are: "Investigating Student Learning in a Problem-Based Psychology Course" (William Cerbin); "Resilient Students, Resilient Communities" (Donna Killian Duffy); "Looking through a Different Lens: Inquiry into a Team-Taught Course" (Cynthia V. Fukami); "A Chemical Mixture of Methods" (Dennis Jacobs); "For Better or Worse? The Marriage of Web and Classroom" (T. Mills Kelly); "Students' Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Learning" (Sherry Linkon); "A Case Study of Theory, Voice, Pedagogy, and Joy" (Mona Taylor Phillips); "Difficulty: The Great Educational Divide" (Mariolina Rizzi Salvatori); and a Conclusion: "Inventing the Future" (Lee S. Shulman). (Papers contain references.) (SM)

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This Carnegie Foundation publication provides eight case studies using various designs of the Scholarship for Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Sometimes termed Action Research, this type of inquiry ... Read full review


INTRODUCTION Approaching the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
CASE STUDY 2 Resilient Students Resilient Communities
CASE STUDY 4 A Chemical Mixture of Methods

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