Finding Your Place in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Bernstein, Dan
July 2010
International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning;2010, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the development of attitudes of higher education instructors to read what others are doing, evaluate their own successes and refine their teaching through consideration of the evidence before them in the emerging communities of scholarship in teaching and learning. It notes the importance of individuals to determine his or her appropriate place from classroom inquiry to educational research. It mentions the need of scholars to examine a path through the tension between the nature of their work and the values and priorities of their profession. It cites the essentiality of making teaching and students' understanding visible as practice as an optimal way to influence the quality of teaching and learning in scholarly communities.


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