Topics of Current Interest in the SoTL

The 27 Theme Tracks from the 2005 Lilly Conference on College Teaching
Active Learning
Assessment (of Student Learning)
Assessment of Curricula, Programs, Processes
Cooperative Learning
Course Design
Critical Thinking
Deep Learning
Engagement, Student
Evaluation of Teaching
Faculty Learning Communities
General/Liberal Education
Group Learning (Other than Cooperative)
Research (Undergraduate)
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL)
Science & Mathematics Teaching
Service Learning
Technology, Electronic

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Jane Compson
College of Arts and Humanities Jane Compson ‘How do we know?’ This is a key question in many philosophical and religious traditions, and is one my students consider in many different contexts. Just as important, though, is the question of the way in which we know things. In our culture, we tend to take it for granted that the rational and the se...

Mitchell Salter
College of College of Health and Public Affairs Mitchell Salter The foundation for my teaching philosophy is to provide students with immediate tools to apply their knowledge. I agree with teachers of educational progressivism, such as John Dewey, who believe education should teach skills in real life activities. I require students to test their skills using a scientif...

Arup Guha
College of Computer Science and Engineering Arup   Guha The ultimate goal of any educator should be to enable his students to achieve their potential. I attempt to attain this goal through five major techniques: providing a friendly classroom atmosphere, giving challenging assignments, adapting my courses, collecting data to identify the techniques that are most effect...