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Scholarship revisited : perspectives on the scholarship of teaching

Author: Carolin Kreber
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Jossey-Bass, ©2001.
Series: New directions for teaching and learning, no. 86.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Despite growing literature and research, the scholarship of teaching is a subject that has experienced considerable ambiguity, as well as unresolved issues in its assessment and evaluation. With innovative and practical solutions designed to improve the scholarly process as a whole, this issue presents the outcomes of a Delphi Study conducted by an international panel of academics working in postsecondary teaching
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Carolin Kreber
ISBN: 0787954470 9780787954475
OCLC Number: 47188332
Notes: "Summer 2001."
Description: 109 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Conceptualizing the scholarship of teaching and identifying unresolved issues: the framework for this volume / Carolin Kreber --
The relation between research and the scholarship of teaching / Michael B. Paulsen --
Assessing the scholarship of teaching: valid decisions from valid evidence / Michael Theall, John A. Centra --
Learning more from the wisdom of practice / Maryellen Weimer --
Scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching / Laurie Richlin --
Expertise and the scholarship of teaching / Ronald Smith --
The scholarship of teaching and its implementation in faculty development and graduate education / Carolin Kreber --
Making explicit the development toward the scholarship of teaching / Cynthia B. Weston, Lynn McAlpine --
Observations, reflections, and speculations: what we have learned about the scholarship of teaching and where it might lead / Carolin Kreber.
Series Title: New directions for teaching and learning, no. 86.
Other Titles: Perspectives on the scholarship of teaching
Scholarship revisited :
Responsibility: Carolin Kreber, editor.
Local System Bib Number:
133604

Abstract:

Despite growing literature and research, the scholarship of teaching is a subject that has experienced considerable ambiguity, as well as unresolved issues in its assessment and evaluation. With innovative and practical solutions designed to improve the scholarly process as a whole, this issue presents the outcomes of a Delphi Study conducted by an international panel of academics working in postsecondary teaching and learning and faculty evaluation scholarship. Examining the growth in the scholarship of teaching from different perspectives, the authors identify its important components, define its characteristics and outcomes, and reach consensus on its most pressing issues. They discuss in greater depth a model to guide much needed educational development initiatives as well as the crucial role of the faculty developer in promoting effective growth and development. Achieving their goal to present the scholarship of teaching in a way that is consistent with its research, the authors have contributed a.

Valuable resource for current and future scholarship in this important field.

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