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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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Alvarez-Bell, Rosa M.; Wirtz, Derrick; Bian, Hui – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2017
When implementing innovative teaching techniques, instructors often seek to gauge the success of their methods. Proposing one approach to assessing classroom innovation, this study examines the ability of students' ratings of engagement and instructional practices to predict their learning in a cooperative (team-based) framework. After identifying…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Educational Practices, Predictor Variables, Academic Achievement
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Werder, Carmen; Thibou, Shevell; Simkins, Scott; Hornsby, Karen; Legg, Kali; Franklin, Tawanna – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2016
Co-inquiry represents a distinctive relational model for partnering with students in SoTL that focuses on the process of seeking itself, and in particular, the importance of shared questions. We use case studies from two institutions to illustrate "co-inquiry" in action and highlight the importance of shared questions in changing the…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Scholarship, Instruction, Learning
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Bloch-Schulman, Stephen – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2016
The goal in this article is to offer a vision for a scholarship of philosophical learning that philosophers find plausible and helpful and that utilizes our disciplinary skills and knowledge to produce useful insights into how students learn philosophy. Doing so is a challenge because philosophers typically and historically conceive of our work as…
Descriptors: Criticism, Scholarship, Instruction, Learning