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Publications & Presentations

The following are publications, presentations, and other products that have resulted from participation in the Collegium.

Publications

  1. Robinson, J .M., K. Kearns, M. Gresalfi, A. Sievert, and T. Christensen. "Teaching on Purpose: A Collegium Community Model for Supporting Intentional Teaching." In press for the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching.
  2. Robinson, J. M., M. Gresalfi, A. K. Sievert, T. B. Christensen, M. K. D. Kearns, and M. E. Zolan.  “Talking Across the Disciplines: Building Communicative Competence in a Multidisciplinary Graduate-Student Seminar on Inquiry in Teaching and Learning.”  In The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning In and Across the Disciplines, K. McKinney, ed, Indiana University Press. 2013.
  3. Hobbs, F. C., D. J. Johnson, and K. Kearns. "A Deliberate Practice Approach to Teaching Phylogenetic Analysis." CBE Life Sciences Education 12: 676-686. December 3, 2012.
  4. Shannon, S. and B. Winterman. "Student Comprehension of Primary Literature is Aided by Companion Assignments Emphasizing Pattern Recognition and Information Literacy." Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship. Winter 2012.
  5. Robinson, J.M. “Learning Abroad and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.”  In Vande Berg, Michael, Michael Paige, and Kris Lou, eds. Student Learning Abroad:  What They’re Learning, What They’re Not, and What You Can Do about It.  Sterling, VA:  Stylus.  Forthcoming May 2012.
  6. Robinson, J. M. “Building Faculty Inquiry Networks to Support Teaching and Learning.”  In Building Networks in Higher Education. Kayo Matsushita, ed.  Tokyo:  Toshindo, 2011.  In Japanese and English.
  7. The Teagle Collegium: Promoting Instructional Reflection Among Graduate Students.”  Case study posted by Center for Innovative Teaching, Indiana University, June 2011. 

Presentations

  1. Sievert, A., McGill, A., Miller Griffith, L.  “The Teaching Legacy: Preparing Future Faculty to Set a New Tidemark.”  American Anthropological Association.   Montreal. November 18, 2011.
  2. Robinson, J. M. “The Education of New U.S. Farmers: Ethnography, Engagement, and Social Justice.” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association annual meeting, Montreal. November 19, 2011. 
  3. Robinson, J. M., M. Gresalfi, P. Sievert, K. Kearns, T. Christensen, M. Zolan. “Designs, Maps, and Tools: A Model for Supporting Intentional Teaching."  Presentation at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Series. Indiana University.  November 3, 2011 [PDF].
  4. Robinson, J. M. and D. Hickey. “The Future of SOTL: A Case for Spreadability.” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Milwaukee.  October 2011.
  5. Kearns, K.D.  “Learning Communities for Graduate Students: Supporting Scholarly Teaching.”  Professional and Organizational Development Network Conference, Atlanta GA, October 2011 [PDF].
  6. Hobbs, F.C., Johnson, D.J., & Kearns, K.D. 2010. "Impacts from SOTL training for graduate teaching assistants: A case study of a student-centered approach for teaching phylogenetic analysis."  Paper presentation at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Milwaukee.  October 2011.
  7. McKinney, K., J.M. Robinson, N. Chick, G. Poole, and L. Scharff.  “The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning In and Across the Disciplines.” Panel presentation at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Milwaukee.  October 2011.
  8. & 9. Parzer, H. F. and W. M. Schlegel. “The relationship between pedagogy and final student learning outcomes in a non-majors biology course.” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Milwaukee.  October 2011. Represented as a poster at the Indiana University Teaching and Learning Celebration and Poster Session, October 6, 2011.
  9. Robinson, J.M. “Talking Across the Disciplines: Building Communicative Competence in a Multidisciplinary Graduate-Student Seminar on Inquiry in Teaching and Learning.” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Milwaukee.  October 2011.
  10. Hickey, D. and J. M. Robinson. “Assessing ‘21st Century Skills’ in University Contexts: Not so Fast!” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Milwaukee.  October 2011.
  11. Robinson, J. M., T. Christensen, M. Gresalfi, K. Kearns, P. Sievert, M. Zolan. “Teagle Collegium on Inquiry in Action:  Supporting Transformations in Graduate Student Teaching through Critical Reflection.”  Poster presentation at the Indiana University Teaching and Learning Celebration and Poster Session, October 6, 2011 [PDF].
  12. Gilbert, C. "The Fallacy of Over-Assessing: An Inquiry Into Quizzing as a Tool for Cooperative Learning." 11th Annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, Michigan.  September 22-25, 2011.  
  13. Christensen, T.B. “Getting started in Action Research: A teacher preparation program.” Navigating your PATH conference, Toronto, Canada, May 2011
  14. Robinson, J.M. “Faculty Inquiry Networks in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.” Keynote speech at SOTL Commons, Statesboro, GA, March 2011. 
  15. Shannon, S. and B. Winterman.  "A step-wise approach when introducing students to primary literature increases student comprehension." Ecological Society of America, 2011. 
  16. Hobbs, F.C., Johnson, D.J., & Kearns, K.D. 2010. “Renovating a plant systematics course: A student centered approach to teaching conceptual processes.”  Ecological Society of America Conference, 2010.
  17. Johnson, D. “Renovating a plant systematics course: A peer-to-peer network approach to training new graduate teaching assistants.”  Ecological Society of America, Pittsburgh, August 4, 2010.
  18. & 20. Bohorquez , K. “Fostering a learner-centered environment through critical self-reflection and personalization of concepts: a graduate student’s perspective.” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Bloomington, IN, October 2009; represented at annual symposium for the Association of National Teaching Fellows, London, May 2010.
  19. Bohorquez, K. Informal presentation to students.  University of Reading.  May 2010.
  20. Bohorquez, K. Panelist on Student Voices at the annual symposium for the Association of National Teaching Fellows, London, May 2010. 
  21. Bohorquez, K. Presentation to graduate students in Genetics. University of Leicester. May 2010.
  22. Robinson, J.M. Discussion Chair for “What Will Convince Our Colleagues to Put Our Findings to Use?,” at “How College Students Learn:  A Meeting of the Teagle Collegia,” convened by the Teagle Foundation, New York City.  April 2010.  Invited.
  23. Robinson, J.M., M. Zolan, T. Christensen, M. Gresalfi, K. Kearns, A. Sievert, "The Teagle Collegium on Inquiry in Action:  Report on the Second Year of Supporting Transformations in Graduate Student Teaching through Critical Reflection."  Poster presentation at meeting of the Teagle Foundation, New York City, April 2010.
  24. Miller-Griffith, L., C. Quimby, W. Schwab, and A. Sievert. Panel Discussion.  Teaching Anthropology—IU Teagle Collegium. Presented at the 4th Annual AGSA Symposium “Exploring Difference,” Indiana University, Bloomington, February 20, 2010.
  25. & 28. Christensen, T.B.  “Associate Instructors improving student engagement in the classroom through critically reflective, self-designed innovations” Poster presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Annual Conference, Bloomington, IN., October 2009; represented at the Vice Provost’s Annual Graduate Student Coordinators Meeting, Indiana University, February 2010 [PDF].
  26. & 30. Robinson, J. M., T. Christensen, M. Gresalfi, K. Kearns, P. Sievert, M. Zolan. “Teagle Collegium on Inquiry in Action:  Supporting Transformations in Graduate Student Teaching through Critical Reflection.”  Poster presentation at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Community Poster Session,Indiana University, April 2009; represented at the Vice Provost’s Annual Graduate Student Coordinators Meeting, Indiana University, February 2010. [PDF
  27. Christensen, T.B. “Developing critical reflection in graduate teaching assistants: a case study.” Interactive poster presented at the Lilly Conference for Teaching and Learning, Oxford, OH., November 2009.
  28. Johnson, Daniel, E. Middleton, K. Bohorquez, and D. Soper.  2009. Teagle Collegium: Outcomes of a Preparing Future Faculty Program on Student Learning and Long-term Course Development in Biology.  Featured poster presentation.  International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.  Bloomington, IN.
  29. Bohorquez, K., E. Middleton, D. Johnson, J. Johnson Searcy, S. Lamberth, C. McCormick, D. Soper.  “Graduate student cross-disciplinary discussions in the Collegium on Inquiry in Action improve disciplinary teaching practices.”  International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Bloomington, IN, October 2009.
  30. Robinson, J. M. “Building Small-Scale Faculty Networks in Support of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.”Mutual FD Meets SOTL: Redefining Faculty Development and Building Faculty Networks,” Iiyoshi, T., K. Matsushita, J. M. Robinson, M. T. Huber, International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Bloomington, Indiana.  October 2009.
  31. Bohorquez, K. L., E. Middleton, D. Johnson, J. Johnson Searcy, S. Lamberth, C. McCormick, D. Soper. “The Power of Conversation: Cross-disciplinary Discussions in the Collegium on Inquiry in Action Improve Teaching Practices for the Associate Instructor Participants.” Poster presentation at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Community Poster Session,Indiana University, April 2009. [PDF]
  32. Christensen, T.B.  “Teaching Innovations for Associate Instructors: Results of participation in the Collegium of Inquiry in Action.”  Poster presented at Scholarship of Teaching and Learning poster session, Bloomington, IN., April 2009.
  33. “Building Faculty Development Networks.”  Plenary presentation at the International Symposium, Future of Faculty Development in Japan:  Building the Core in Faculty Development, Kyoto University.  January 2009.