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by Mary Taylor Huber

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1563770652
Author:
Mary Taylor Huber
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Schools & Teaching
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English
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Stylus Publishing (June 6, 2004)
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work that counts’ (Huber 2004, 3). The four biographies selected for analysis display a set. of symmetries or balances: they encompass representatives of four universities and. different academic cohorts. They portray the experiences generated in four disciplines in. hard and applied science, humanities and social sciences

How can faculty integrate the scholarship of teaching and learning into their academic careers? Balancing Acts addresses this question through the experience of four scholars who have been innovators in their own classrooms, leaders of education initiatives in their institutions an. .

How can faculty integrate the scholarship of teaching and learning into their academic careers? Balancing Acts addresses this question through the experience of four scholars who have been innovators in their own classrooms, leaders of education initiatives in their institutions and disciplines, and pioneers in the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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Centers for Teaching and Technology - Book Library. at the consequences that this unusual work has had for the advancement of their careers, especially tenure and promotion. Recommended Citation. Balancing Acts: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Academic. Huber, Mary Taylor, "Balancing Acts: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Academic" (2004). Centers for Teaching and Technology - Book Library.

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This book will help both individual faculty and entire institutions to enhance scholarly teaching and to deepen student learning. Peter Felten, assistant provost and director, Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, and associate professor of history, Elon University. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and . This volume explores interdisciplinarity in the field of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SOTL).

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. A broad definition of SOTL is systematic reflection on teaching and learning made public (Illinois State University 2011). As Mary Taylor Huber and Sherwyn Morreale write, As reading-and raiding-across the fields becomes more common, as interdisciplinary conversations become more frequent, as collaborations make them more substantive, the scholarship of teaching and learning is widening what historian of science Peter Galison (1997) calls a ‘trading zone’ (781–884).

Drawing on interviews with Dan Bernstein (psychology, University of Nebraska), Brian Coppola (chemistry, University of Michigan), Sheri Sheppard (mechanical engineering, Stanford University), Randy Bass (American literature, Georgetown University), and colleagues within and outside their institutions and fields, the author looks at the routes these pathfinders have traveled through the scholarship of teaching and learning and at the consequences that this unusual work has had for the advancement of their careers, especially tenure and promotion. In collaboration with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching