Volume 11

Full Journal – PDF


Now is a Good Time to Recognize Teaching as Serious Intellectual Work

Dan Bernstein, PhD, University of Kansas


Scholarly Teaching Through Action Research: A Narrative of One Professor’s Process

Jana Hunzicker, EdD, Bradley University

Cross-Disciplinary Exploration and Application of Reflection as a High Impact Pedagogy

Sarah E. Summers, PhD, Heather C.S. Chenette, PhD, Ella L. Ingram, PhD, Jay P. McCormack, PhD, and Patrick J. Cunningham, PhD, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Exit Tickets Open the Door to University Learning

Angela Danley, EdD, Ann McCoy, PhD, and Rahila Weed, PhD, University of Central Missouri

The Role of Educators in Preparing the Confident Graduate Student

Geri Dickey, PhD, Park University, Joseph Kline, MSW-C, University of Kansas, and Gregory Lindsteadt, PhD, Missouri Western State University

Teaching Small Group Communication: A Do Good Project

Elizabeth M. Minei, PhD, Baruch College

“I Hate Group Work!”: Addressing Students’ Concerns About Small-Group Learning

Elizabeth G. Allan, PhD, Oakland University

Reaching Resisters in a Teaching Assistant Training Program

Carolyn I. Brown, PhD, Webster University

An Assessment of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Public Administration from 2009-2013

Rebekkah Stuteville, PhD, and Eric Click, PhD, Park University