Researching your own teaching: A practical introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning
The goal of this multi-day workshop is to support scholars in developing a viable research study that will be implemented within the next academic year. The workshop is intended to be pragmatic and interactive and will provide numerous opportunities for participants to work individually and in small teams to develop and refine their research projects. An overview of different research approaches and topics (e.g., defining your research question, methodologies in educational research, dissemination strategies, etc.) will also be provided.
A selection of resources from the May 2008 offering of this workshop, facilitated by Dr. Christopher Knapper and Dr. Serge Piccinin, is available below:
Publication Outlets for Writing on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Research on College Teaching and Learning: Applying What We Know
Changing Teaching Practice: Strategies and Barriers
Research Planning Checklist
Reviewing Papers Checklist
Three Kinds of Qualitative Data
How to get involved
For more information about this workshop, or to inquire about the next offering, contact Beth Marquis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-525-9140 ext. 27667.