Research and Creative Activity

Volume XXII, Number 1, April 1999

The Scholarship of Teaching

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The Scholarship of Teaching
by Eileen Bender and Donald Gray
Thinking about teaching begins where all intellectual inquiry begins, with questions about what is going on and how to explain, support, and replicate answers that satisfy us. The scholarship of teaching means that we invest in our teaching the intellectual powers we practice in our research. FACET
Cambridge Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn
by Deborah Galyan
As a community of teachers and learners, everyone is responsible for the success of the learning process.
Just-in-Time Teaching
by William Rozycki
Due to the maturation of electronic technologies, it is easier to promote physics instruction as dialogue, and much of it can occur outside the classroom. Trajectory
Cities Inventing the University
by Eric Pfeffinger
Shifting from teaching to focusing on learning might sound like a tiny difference, but it has enormous implications for everything teachers do.
Starting Where the Students Are
by Judi Hetrick
Building classroom practices around student choice gives students the tools to motivate them to succeed. Sykes
Cookman Looking for Insight into Teaching
by Judi Hetrick
Metacognitive strategies can help with creative problem solving, but more importantly, with creative problem finding.
Waking Up the Lecture Hall
by Lucianne Englert
Incorporating active learning group activities can increase level of participation of the students, of faculty-student interaction, and of student-student interaction. Tip
CD Nurse Education, Hyperlearning, and the Virtual Clinic
by Deborah Galyan
An interactive CD-ROM provides students with a virtual clinical setting where they can practice specific skills and experience all the real-life complexity without any negative real-life consequences.
Out of the Ivory Tower
by Eric Pfeffinger
Using diverse teaching strategies and applying discoveries gleaned from one teaching experience to another one are a part of a vigorous and reflective approach to pedagogy that can help maintain high competency levels. Communication
Distance Microwave Technology and Distance Education
by William Rozycki
Hands-on training brings theory and practice together while enhancing involvement in learning.
Teaching by Design
by Eric Pfeffinger
Situating what students learn in the context of how they actually will interact with the world allows them to see the utility of what they are doing. Bell
From Inquiry to Publication:
Books by Indiana University Faculty Members
Preview books on industry policy and competitive advantage, making crime pay, quantum chance and non-locality, Mahler's symphonies, the songs of South Indian saints, postmodernist myths about science, African Americans in sports, and more.


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