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The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) promotes teaching techniques and best practices that improve student learning. The Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) is one of the most important organizations that promote SoTL. (http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/)

Visit the Teaching Professor website, an online journal for Teaching and Learning. See also, our Recommended Books page.

The following are Temple University authors writing about Teaching and Learning:

 

TLC PUBLICATIONS

Pamela Barnett, Associate Vice-Provost and Director, TLC

Barnett, Pamela E. (2014). Let's Scramble, Not Flip, The Classroom. Inside Higher Ed, February 2014.

Barnett, Pamela E. (2013). Unpacking Teachers' Invisible Knapsacks: Social Identity and Privilege in Higher Education. Liberal Education, 99(3).

Gunersel, A. B, Barnett, Pamela E. and Etienne, Mary (2013). Promoting Self-Authorship of College Educators: Exploring the Impact of a Faculty Development Program. Journal of Faculty Development, January 2013.

Barnett, Pamela E. and Gunersel, A. B (2012). Challenges to Change: Institutionalizing a New University-Wide Faculty Preparation Program. Educational Policy, 4 December 2012.

Barnett, Pamela E. (2011) Discussions across difference: addressing the affective dimensions of teaching diverse students about diversity. Teaching in Higher Education 1-11.

Barnett, Pamela E. Fiore, Stephanie, and Wingert-Playdon, Katherine (2010). Interdisciplinary Goals, Disciplinary Faculty: Bridging the Gap with Faculty Learning Communities. Academic Leader 26(10), 3, 5.

Barnett, Pamela E. and Linda C. Hodges (2009). Teaching Learning Processes—to Students and Teachers. In To Improve the Academy: Resources for Faculty, Instructional and Organizational Development. Jossey-Bass, pp. 401-424.

Barnett, Pamela E. and Jodi Cressman (2006). Idea Learning Objective #7: Gaining a broader understanding and appreciation of intellectual/cultural activity. POD—Idea Center: Learning Notes. POD Network.

 

 

Stephanie Fiore, Associate Director, TLC (2010-12) and Associate Professor of Italian

Barnett, Pamela E. Fiore, Stephanie, and Wingert-Playdon, Katherine(2010). "Interdisciplinary Goals, Disciplinary Faculty: Bridging the Gap with Faculty Learning Communities." Academic Leader 26(10), 3, 5.

 

Baris Gunersel, Assistant Director, TLC (2008-12)

Gunersel, A. B., & Simpson, N. J. (2009). Improvement in Writing and Reviewing Skills with Calibrated Peer Review™. The International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 3(2), 1-14.

Gunersel, A. B., Simpson, N. J., Aufderheide, K., & Wang, L. (2008). Effectiveness of Calibrated Peer Review™ for improving writing and critical thinking skills in biology undergraduate students. The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 8(2), 25-37.

Hartberg, Y., Gunersel, A. B., Simpson, N. J., & Balester, V. (2008). Development of Student Writing in Biochemistry Using Calibrated Peer Review. The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2(1), 29-44.

Keeney-Kennicutt, W. L., Gunersel, A. B., & Simpson, N. J. (2008). Overcoming student resistance to a teaching innovation. The International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2(1).

Simpson, N., Layne, J., Gunersel, A. B., Godkin, B., & Froyd, J. (2007). Faculty development through student learning initiatives: Lessons learned. In D. R. Robertson & L. B. Nilson (Eds.), To Improve the Academy: Resources for Faculty, Instructional, and Organizational Development, Vol. 25 (pp. 109-122). Bolton, Massachusetts: Anker Pub. Co., Inc.

 

TEMPLE FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

College of Education

David E. Kanter, Assistant Professor, CITE

Linsenmeier, R. A., Kanter, D. E., Smith, H. D., Linsenmeier, & McKenna, A. F. (2008).  Evaluation of a challenge-based human metabolism laboratory for undergraduatesJournal of Engineering Education, 97, 2, pp. 213-222.

Jodi Levine Laufgraben, Associate Vice Provost, Director, Director, Periodic Program Review, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 

Laufgraben, J. L., & Shapiro, N. S. (2004). Sustaining and Improving Learning Communities. San Fransisco: Jossey Bass.

Aneta Pavlenko, Professor, CITE

Norton, B., & Pavlenko, A. (2004). Addressing gender in the ESL/EFL classroom. Tesol Quarterly, 38, 3, pp. 504-515.

Pavlenko, A., (2003) "I never knew I was a bilingual": Reimagining Teacher Identities in TESOL. Journal of Language, Identity and Education, 2, 4, pp. 251-268.

Norton, B., & Pavlenko, A. (2004) Gender and English Language Learners: Challenges and Possibilities. In Gender and English Language Learners. Alexandria, VA: TESOL, Inc. pp. 1-12.

Pavlenko, A. (2004) Gender and Sexuality in foreign and second language education: Critical and feminist approaches. In Critical pedagogies and language learning. Bonny Norton, Kelleen Toohey. Cambridge University Press, pp. 53-71.

Joseph S. Schmuckler, Professor , CITE

Majerich, D. M., & Schmuckler, J. S. (2007). Improving students' perceptions of benefits of science demonstrations and content mastery in a large-enrollment chemistry lecture demonstration course for nonscience majorsJournal of College Science Teaching, 36, 6, pp. 60-67.

 

College of Engineering

Brian Butz, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Duarte, M., Butz, B., Miller, S., & Mahalingam, A. (2008). An intelligent universal virtual laboratory (UVL). IEEE Transactions on Education, 51, 1, pp. 2-9.

 

College of Health Professions

Pamela J. Bender, Assistant Professor, Clinical, Nursing
Kathleen D. Black, Assistant Professor, Clinical, Nursing
Ann Linguiti Pron, Assistant Professor, Clinical, Nursing
Delores M. Zygmont, Associate Professor, Clinical, Nursing

Pron, A. L. , Zygmont, D., Bender, P., & Black, K. (2008). Educating the educators at Hue Medical College, Hue, Viet Nam. International Nursing Review, 55, 2, pp. 212-218.

Zygmont, D. M., & Schaefer, K. M. (2006). Writing across the nursing curriculum to develop critical thinkers and scholarship. In M. Oermann, & K.T. Heinrich (Eds.). Annual Review of Nursing Education, volume 4 (pp. 275-290). New York: Springer Publishing.

Kim Alexander Noble, Assistant Professor, Clinical, Nursing

Noble, K. A., Miller, S. M., & Heckman, J. (2008). The cognitive style of nursing students: Educational implications for teaching and learning. Journal of Nursing Education, 47, 6, pp. 245-253.

Nancy L. Rothman, Professor, Nursing

Shorr, L., Rothman, N., & Parks, S. (2001). Understanding privilege as loss: Community-based education at Temple University. Metropolitan Universities: An International Forum, 12, 4, pp. 50-65.

 

College of Liberal Arts

William W. Cutler III, Professor, History

Cutler, W. W. (2006). The scholarship of teaching and learning and student assessment. History Teacher, 40, 1, pp. 69-74.

Kevin J. Delaney, Associate Dean, Sociology

Schoenike, R., Eckstein, R., & Delaney, K., (1995). The Voice of sociology: Obstacles to teaching and learning the sociological imagination. Teaching Sociology, 23, 4, pp. 353-363.

Barbara Ferman, Professor, Political Science

Ferman, B., & Shlay, A. (1997). The Academy Hits the Streets: Teaching Community‑Based Research. In Building Community: Social Science in Action. Philip Nyden, Darryl Burrows, Anne Figert, and Mark Shibley, (Eds). CITY: Pine Forge Press

Ferman, B. (2003). Michigan Journal of Community and Service Learning (Guest editor) Special issue on community based research. (May)

Peter R. Jones, Senior Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies & Professor, Criminal Justice

Jones, P. R., (2006) Using groups in criminal justice courses: Some new twists on a traditional pedagogical tool. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 17, 1, pp.1-16.

Dr. Christine Palumbo-DeSimone, Associate Professor, Placement Test Coordinator for English, First Year Writing Program

Palumbo-DeSimone, C. (2004). The assessment trick: Trial and error in assessing Temple University’s first-year writing program. Issues in writing, 14, 2, pp. 135-151.

Jerry H. Ratcliffe, Department Chairperson, Criminal Justice

Walsh, P. and Ratcliffe, J.H. (2005) Strategic criminal intelligence education: A collaborative approach, Journal of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, 16, 2, pp.: 152-166.

Benjamin Rifkin, Professor, French & Italian

Rifkin, B. (2007). Attending to learner diversity in the lesson plan: Planning for intensity of engagement. Annual Volume of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. NECTFL Review, 61, pp. 74-80.

Rifkin, B. (2006). A ceiling effect for communicative language teaching? Modern Language Journal, 90, 2, pp. 262-264.

Rifkin, B. (2005). A ceiling effect in traditional classroom foreign language instruction: Data from russian. Modern Language Journal, 89, 1, pp. 3-18.

Rifkin, B. (2003). Oral proficiency learning outcomes and curricular design. Foreign Language Annals: Special Issue on the Oral Proficiency Interview, 36, 4, pp. 582-588.

Rifkin, B. (2003). Criteria for the assessment of foreign language instructional software and websites. ADFL Bulletin 34, 2, pp. 53-56.

Rickie Sanders, Professor, Geography & Urban Studies

Béneker, T., Sanders, R., Tani, S., Taylor, L., & Van der Vaart, R. (2007). Teaching the geographies of urban Areas: Views and visionsInternational Research in Geographical & Environmental Education, 16, 3, pp. 250-267.

Sanders, R. (2007). Developing geographers through photography: Enlarging concepts. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 31, 1, pp. 181-195.

Sanders, R. (2004). An International Comparison of Geography Teaching: Content and Standards. In Expanding Horizons in a Shrinking World. Symposium Proceedings of the International Geographical Union Commission on Geographical Education in Association with International Cartographic Association and Children and Cartography Commission. With Joseph Stoltman.

Sanders, R. (2000). Gender Equity in the Classroom: An Arena for Correspondence. Women's Studies Quarterly, special issue on Gender Equity in High Schools: Notes for a New Century. 28. 3 & 4, pp. 182-192.

Monk, J., Sanders, R., Smith, P. K., Tuason, J., & Wridt, P. (2000). Finding A Way: A Program to Enhance Gender Equity in the K12 Classroom. Women's Studies Quarterly, special issue on Gender Equity In High Schools: Notes for a New Century, 28, 3 & 4, pp. 177-181.

Sanders, R. (1999). Building Gender Equity in Geography Classrooms: A Guide to Designing a Professional Development Institute. National Council for Geographic Education. With Julie Tuason and Pamela Wridt.

Sanders, R. (1999). Introducing White Privilege into the Classroom: Lessons from Finding A Way. Journal of Geography. 98.

Sanders, R. (1999). Exploring Obstacles to Educational Reform: Observations from Finding A Way. Professional Geographer, 99.

Sanders, R. (1994). Teaching Geography in a Pluralistic Society, Chapter 11 in Spaces and Places. Geography Education National Implementation Project, with Rand McNally.

Sanders, R. (1991). The Liberal Studies Agenda vs. the Basic Education Agenda: Finding the Proper Balance. Journal of Geography, 90, 2, 62-5.

Sanders, R. (1990). Integrating Race and Ethnicity into Geographic Gender Studies. In The Professional Geographer, 42, 2, 228-231.

Ralph Young, Associate Professor, History

Young, Ralph (2010). "Teaching History Sixties Style at Temple University." In Perspectives on History. 48, 3.

 

College of Science and Technology

Grant Krow, Professor, Chemistry

Cannon, Kevin C. and Grant Krow. Synthesis of Complex Natural Products as a Vehicle for Student-Centered Problem-Based Learning. Journal of Chemical Education (Oct 1998).

Krow, Grant and Jessica B. Krow. Teaching with Problems and Case Studies: Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal: An Exercise in Dealing with Pollution. Journal of Chemical Education (Dec 1998).

 

Esther Boyer College of Music and Dance

Kenneth E. Bruscia, Professor, Music Therapy

Bruscia, K. (2001). A model of supervision derived from apprenticeship training. In M. Forinash (Ed.). Music Therapy Supervision, 281-295. Gilsum, NH: Barcelona Publishers.

 

Fox School of Business

Robert Giacalone, Professor, Human Resources Administration

Giacalone, R. A. (2004). A transcendent business education for the 21st century. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 3, 4, pp. 415-420.

Giacalone, R. A., & Thompson, K. R. (2006). Business ethics and social responsibility education: Shifting the worldview. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 5, 3, pp. 266-277.

 

Kornberg School of Dentistry

Meredith C. Bogert, Program Director AEGD, Associate Professor, Restorative Dentistry

Murphy, R. J., Gray, S. A., Straja, S. R., & Bogert, M. C. (2004). Student learning preferences and teaching implications. Journal of Dental Education, 68, 8, pp. 859-866.

Sarah Gray, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Associate Professor, Restorative Dentistry

Hillenburg, K. L., Cederberg, R. A., Gray, S. A., Hurst, C. L., Johnson, G. K., & Potter, B. J. (2009). E-learning and the future of dental education: Opinions of administrators and information technology specialists. European Journal of Dental Education, 10, 3, pp. 169-177.

Murphy, R. J., Gray, S. A., Straja, S. R., & Bogert, M. C. (2004). Student learning preferences and teaching implications. Journal of Dental Education, 68, 8, pp. 859-866.

Martin F. Tansy, Professor, Department of Periodontology and Oral Implantology

Mattheos, N., et al. (2008). Potential of information technology in dental education. European Journal of Dental Education, supplement 1, vol.  12, pp. 85-92.

 

Temple University School of Medicine

Robert J. Murphy, Laboratory Manager and Administrator, Laboratory Management and Information Services, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Murphy, R. J., Gray, S. A., Straja, S. R., & Bogert, M. C. (2004). Student learning preferences and teaching implications. Journal of Dental Education, 68, 8, pp. 859-866.

James Heckman, Associate Professor, Department of Physiology

Noble, K. A., Miller, S. M., & Heckman, J., (2008). The cognitive style of nursing students: Educational implications for teaching and learning. Journal of Nursing Education, 47, 6, pp. 245-253.

 

Temple University School of Social Administration

Valerie Clemmons, Field Education Specialist, Social Work
Paul L. Dannensfelser, Field Education Specialist – SSA, Adjunct Instructor, Social Work
Bernie Sue Newman, Chair and Associate Professor, Social Work

Newman, B. S., Clemmons, V., Dannenfelser, P. L., & Webster, S. (2007). Working to learn: Internships for today’s social work students. Journal of Social Work Education, 43, 3, pp. 513-528.

 

 

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