“Drawing” your own conclusions: Sketchnoting as a pedagogical tool for teaching ecology (Miller Faculty Fellowship)
Congratulations to Ann M. Gansemer-Topf, Verena Paepcke-Hjeltness, Ann E. Russell, and James Schiltz, 2018-2019 Miller Faculty Fellowship Grantees, on their recent journal article, “Drawing” your Own Conclusions: Sketchnoting as a Pedagogical Tool for Teaching Ecology (PDF)” in Innovative Higher Education. Gansemer-Topf, A.M., Paepcke-Hjeltness, V., Russell, A.E., & Schlitz, J. (2021, March 10). “Drawing” your Own … Continue reading “Drawing” your own conclusions: Sketchnoting as a pedagogical tool for teaching ecology (Miller Faculty Fellowship)
We will be sharing the 2021-2022 information for the following programs in the upcoming weeks: SoTL Scholars is a year-long program that provides a framework and mentorship to help a faculty member (term, tenure-track, tenure) complete a scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) research project. Teaching and Learning Academy is a year-long program that addresses … Continue reading Watch for info about Teaching and Learning Academy, Teaching Partners Program, and SoTL Scholars!
This yearlong program provides a framework and mentorship to help a faculty member complete a scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) research project. Sara Marcketti, CELT Associate Director for SoTL leads this program and guides participants through a series of activities all aimed toward a completed and publishable SoTL project. Deadline to apply is March … Continue reading Reminder: The SoTL Scholars Program Proposals are due on March 27
A recent article published by Kern, et al. (2015) provides insightful consideration of the role the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) plays in the academy. The authors state the goal of the paper is “to present a model to assist both faculty and administrators with appropriately positioning SoTL’s role within the academic missions of … Continue reading Framing How You Think About Your Teaching