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Robbins, Sandra H.; Gilbert, Kristen; Chumney, Frances; Green, Katherine B. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
The use of immersive simulation as a pedagogical tool has great potential for making a significant impact on student learning in higher education. In this study, the effect of immersive simulation was evaluated for a cohort of undergraduate special education majors. The investigation aimed to determine whether facilitating an immersive co-planning…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Special Education, Majors (Students), Preservice Teacher Education
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Drane, Leslie E.; Lynton, Jordan; Cruz-Rios, Yari; Malouchos, Elizabeth Watts; Kearns, Katherine – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
In this article, we propose a new vision of educational development that reimagines how graduate instructors are socialized and professionalized in academic settings. We describe a transgressive learning community that empowers graduate instructors with tools to reveal, mitigate, and disrupt oppressive structures in higher education. Our learning…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Graduate Students, Mentors, Feminism
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Chick, Nancy; Nowell, Lorelli; Lenart, Bartlomiej A. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
The diversity of scholars, teachers, and practitioners in the Scholarship ofTeaching and Learning (Soll) is a strength but also makes it a complex field to understand and navigate, and perhaps even more complex to contribute to, despite its youth. Beyond the ongoing efforts to define and theorize the field, So TL needs a rigorous inventory taking…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Instruction, Learning, Educational Research
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Cook-Sather, Alison; Abbot, Sophia; Felten, Peter – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
In a classic 2010 article, Craig Nelson critiques his own previously held "dysfunctional illusions of rigor" that for years had constrained his teaching. He demonstrates that certain "rigorous" pedagogical practices disadvantage rather than support learners, and he argues for an expansion of what counts as legitimate…
Descriptors: Reflection, Writing (Composition), Academic Standards, Difficulty Level
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Dollinger, Mollie; Mercer-Mapstone, Lucy – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
There has been an increase in research and practice exploring how students can gain agency to shape their higher education experiences. Numerous terms evoking certain metaphors have entered the discussions around engaging students, from students as consumers or producers, to students as creators, partners, or change agents. There is scope within…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Student Role, Social Justice, Figurative Language
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McClurg, Caitlin; MacMillan, Margy; Chick, Nancy – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
This article encourages thoughtful discussion on cross-disciplinary partnerships among those researchers, practitioners, and librarians engaged in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Through personal experiences, examples from the literature, and the goal of meaningful collaboration, the authors describe four models of engagement with…
Descriptors: Librarians, Scholarship, Instruction, Learning
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Chakravarty, Debjani – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
In this article I analyze the way "globalization" is deployed in US universities as a value addition. I explore issues of teaching about the global "Other," the "third world," and other unfamiliar, objectified spaces. Through critical discourse analysis of syllabi, I outline some representational and pedagogical…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Global Approach, Universities, Discourse Analysis
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Healey, Mick; Matthews, Kelly E.; Cook-Sather, Alison – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
There are many general books and articles on publishing in peer-reviewed journals, but few specifically address issues around writing for journals focused on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). One of the challenges of beginning to write about teaching and learning is that most scholars have become interested in exploring these issues…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Writing for Publication, Journal Articles, Peer Evaluation
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Lowe, Tom; Shaw, Cassie – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
There is great emphasis in contemporary higher education to address the seemingly consistent issue of what students perceive to be good assessment feedback practice. Improving this aspect of the student experience continues to elude higher education institutions, as reflected in the nationally lower than average scores in the United Kingdom's…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Feedback (Response), Best Practices, Awards
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Andreychik, Michael Robert; Martinez, Valeria – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
Recently there has been a surge of interest in technology-aided teaching strategies such as the flipped classroom. Given the growing interest in these techniques, it is important to critically evaluate their effectiveness and to begin to examine factors that might shape how effective the flipped classroom will be in a given educational setting.…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Conventional Instruction, Teaching Methods, Financial Services
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Chng, Hoon Huang; Minnich, Elizabeth; Draeger, John; Geertsema, Johan; Torgny Roxå – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
At the conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) in Bergen, Norway in October 2018, Elizabeth Minnich gave a lecture titled "People Who Are Not Thinking Are Capable of Anything: What Are Students Learning How Are Students Learning It, and Does It Make Them Better People?" As a follow-up…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Conferences (Gatherings), Learning Processes
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Martin, Rebecca D.; Kennett, Deborah J. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
Most postsecondary students have to deal with academic disappointments at some point in time, with many of them succumbing to their anxieties and failing to learn from these lived experiences. Our study aimed to understand why and how disappointments unfolded in a sample of 20 undergraduate students, using a design whereby interview text was…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Scores, Problem Solving, Undergraduate Students
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Taylor Huber, Mary – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
From 1981 to 2015, the US Professors of the Year program recognized 101 college and university teachers as national winners in its annual competition for faculty who demonstrated "extraordinary dedication to undergraduate teaching." Their dossiers provide a window onto the leading edge of teaching and educational leadership over a…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational History, Competition, Undergraduate Students
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Martini, Tanya; Verbey-Verutis, Ryan; Grose, Jill; Clarke, Brad; Elder, Amy – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
The study discussed in this article investigated university student beliefs and behaviours with respect to co-curricular activities among incoming (n=983), mid-degree (n=173), and graduating (n=1006) students. When asked about their most significant learning experiences during their time at university, graduating students were more likely to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes, Learning Experience
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Pope-Ruark, Rebecca; Motley, Phillip; Maner, William – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2019
Team teaching can be a valuable means of enabling cross-disciplinary collaboration, interdisciplinary study, and pedagogical innovation, but the logistical and intellectual challenges can seem too daunting to overcome. Here, we share the story of how four faculty members from professional writing, communications, and computing sciences developed a…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Interdisciplinary Approach, College Faculty, Experiential Learning
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