SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING AND LEARNING (SOTL)

Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL), teachers investigate, document, and publicize what they discover about teaching and learning in their classroom. Such scholarship can not only lead to better instruction but also produce scholarly publications (see PLACES TO PUBLISH). If the following project summaries inspire you to conduct such research in your classroom, click Resources below or contact CETLA for assistance.

RESOURCES PLACES TO PUBLISH
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SOTL SCHOLARS

   
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Alice M. Thomas, J.D., M.B.A.

Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

2003-04 Carnegie Lead Scholar

2001-02 Carnegie Scholar

   
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Lorraine N. Fleming, Ph.D.  (Civil Engineering)

Center for the Advancement of Engineering Education

2005-06 Carnegie Scholar

   

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Marcia J. Clinkscales, Ph.D  (Communication & Culture)

Teaching Beyond Theory to Praxis

   

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Folahan Ayorinde, Ph.D  (Chemistry)

CIRTL STEMES Conference Host

   

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Orlando Taylor, Ph.D  (Graduate School)

Learning Communities for STEM Academic Achievement

Visiting Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

CIRTL National Advisory Board



   

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Kimberley Freeman, Ph.D  (Educational Psychology)

Learning Communities for STEM Academic Achievement



   

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Leon Dickson, Ph.D  (Biology)

Learning Communities for STEM Academic Achievement: Linked Courses



   

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Jill McGowan, Ph.D  (Mathematics)

Learning Communities for STEM Academic Achievement: Linked Courses



   

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Tori Rhoulac, Ph.D  (Civil Engineering)

Learning Communities for STEM Academic Achievement

LCSAA Campus Coordinator



   

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Marguerite Neita, Ph.D  (Clinical Laboratory Science)

A Systematic Integrated Approach to Teaching in the Health Sciences



   

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Virginia Brown, M.A. (Health Ethics)

Writing to Learn and Learning to Write: Improving Medical Students' Writing Competence



   

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Charles Kim, Ph.D (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

The Mobile Studio and Tablet PC



   

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