Do you have an interest in creating and sustaining learning for your students? Have you ever wondered if the activities you pursue in the classroom are producing higher order thinking skills within your subject domain? Are student misconceptions about the course content or the subject in general getting in the way of continued learning? How will you know?
Faculty and staff with interests in these types of questions often have the opportunity to conduct research within their own classrooms and labs and thus contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning in their academic discipline.
CETL can assist you with scholarly work on teaching and learning
- Navigating the IRB to Support Your Research
- Resources to Support Your Classroom Research or Assessment Project
- "Grapes of Wrath" Book Group, the CETL Teaching and Learning Book Club
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Journal Club
For additional information or assistance regarding the scholarship of teaching and learning, please contact email@example.com or call 404-894-4474.