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Financial Rewards for Successful Teaching?

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23rd Aug 2010

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Financial Rewards for Successful Teaching?

Checkout a post on edwired, T. Mills Kelly’s blog about all things education, history, and digital. ┬áKelly notes that while end-of-semester course surveys have gotten better, they still do not...

Report from the 12th Annual Teaching and Learning in History Conference, Oxford

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17th Aug 2010

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Report from the 12th Annual Teaching and Learning in History Conference, Oxford

12th Annual Teaching and Learning Conference, Lady Margaret Hall

In Memory of Roy Rosenzweig (1950-2007)

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15th Oct 2007

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In Memory of Roy Rosenzweig (1950-2007)

Dr. Roy Rosenzweig, the Mark and Barbara Fried Professor of History & New Media and director of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, passed away...

Call for Learning Objectives

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03rd Oct 2007

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Call for Learning Objectives

One of the problems frequently cited in the SoTL literature is learning objectives. I’ve recently begun requiring my students to link their presentation objectives to class LOs as noted in...

Introduction, and Teaching of History syllabus

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07th Sep 2007

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Introduction, and Teaching of History syllabus

Hello All, I’d like to say hello to the group. Lendol Calder directed me to the site, and I’m excited about it becoming an important forum for talking about our...

A SoTL experiment in a World Civ classroom

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06th Feb 2007

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A SoTL experiment in a World Civ classroom

I would appreciate the comments and feedback of this community on my fall 06 experiment. The class and an accompanying blog are documented at http://web.mac.com/critterdom/iWeb/Hooper%27s%20Study%20Pages/Welcome.html I am planning another, different...

Setting a Research Agenda

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02nd Feb 2007

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Setting a Research Agenda

I would like to post a set of questions here about scholarly research into the teaching and learning of history. I know that sometimes terminology differs across national boundaries (for...