Some Good Ideas from the Disciplinary Commons.
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Sally Fincher, David Barnes, Peter Bibby, Jim Bown, Vicky Bush, Phil Campbell, Quintin Cutts, Stephan Jamieson, Tony Jenkins, Michael Jones, Dimitar Kazakov, Thomas Lancaster, Mark Ratcliffe, Monika Seisenberger, Dermot Shinners-Kennedy, Carole Wagstaff, Linda White, Chris Whyley
7th Annual HEA-ICS conference, Dublin
30th August 2006
17th November 2005
… and the Ugly
Each section consists of a pair of elements – an artefact from the couse, and associated commentary.
Slide 5 & 6: Ernest Boyer, Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate, Jossey-Bass, 1991
Slide 8: Lee ShulmanTaking Learning Seriously Changes Magazine, July/August 1999. Volume 31, Number 4. Pages 10-17
Slide 13: Daniel Bernstein, Putting the focus on student learning, in The Course Portfolio, Pat Hutchings (ed.), American Association for Higher Education, 1998.
Pat Hutchings (ed.), Making Teaching Community Property: A Menu for Peer Collaboration and Peer Review, American Association for Higher Education, 1996.
Pat Hutchings (ed.), The Course Portfolio: How Faculty Can Examine Their Teaching to Advance Practice and Improve Student Learning, American Association for Higher Education, 1998