Feb 25th- Teaching + Learning + Scholarship: What, When, How, and Why to do the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)

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How can you combine the tools of research/scholarship with the practice of teaching and the science of learning? In this lively workshop session, hosted by CTAAR, we will consider what teaching and learning scholarship is; what it aspires to be;  how to design effective studies; and why it matters (to you and others).  By thinking through some of its big questions as they apply to your classroom, we will make sense of what's happening in the field of pedagogy and find relevant and meaningful ways for you to integrate the lessons learned into your own published research project.

Laura Cruz is an associate research professor of Teaching and Learning Scholarship at Penn State's Schreyer Institute of Teaching Excellence. Her role is to heighten awareness of a growing body of research in teaching and learning in higher education. Cruz has worked with hundreds of faculty to develop research projects leading to presentations, publications, external grants, and advanced insight into comprehensive and disciplinary-based pedagogical practice. Her extensive publications include work in history as well as course and program design, educational technology, educational development, and emerging forms of scholarship.


Livingston Student Center

Room 202AB

11:30 am - 1:30 pm

RSVP: http://bit.ly/2-25Workshop


Busch Campus Center

Room 174

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm


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