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Transformative Dialogues - Volume 10 Issue 2

Transformative Dialogues: teaching and learning eJournal

Volume 10, Issue 2, June 2017

Ten Years Later

This year is the 10th anniversary of Transformative Dialogues. From our beginnings as a part of the Carnegie Foundation’s Leadership Cluster, Creating Communities. Our goal 10 years ago was to provide a forum where our colleagues could share their scholarly activities in order to have a conversation and transform our ideas regarding teaching and learning and encourage interrogation of our own teaching practices. We have done this for the past ten years. These diverse submissions contribute to the rich dialogues on how we think about teaching and learning and our roles in the practice.

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Editorial

Ten Years Later - Balbir Gurm, Editor in Chief

Articles, Essays, and Reflections

The Trouble with Transformation: Reflective Curricular Designs for Adult Learners - Kersha L. Smith, Ph.D. The City University of New York, Queensborough Community College

But Did It Really Matter? Wakonse Lessons on Faculty Reflection in Community - Michelle L. Boettcher, Clemson University

Looking for Integrative Learning in a Community-based Research Methods Course - Renee Michael, Rockhurst University

Conceptualizing an Adaptive and Data-Driven Equity-Oriented Pedagogy - Andrew Estrada Phuong, Harvard University, Judy Nguyen, Harvard University, Dena Marie, University of California, Berkeley

Conversations on Choice: Advising Undergraduate Majors Who May Demonstrate Identity Foreclosure - Karen A. Mason, Ph.D., Lisa T. Briggs, Ph.D., Western Carolina University

On Engaging Students: What I Learned From One of my Biggest Teaching Mistakes - Michelle Jackson, New Mexico State University

Anxiety-Filled Reflections from a Professor on the Emotional Spectrum - Kristina Scott, Ed.D., Salem State University

Stress in the College Classroom: Not Just a Student Problem Anymore - Mary Ellen McNaughton-Cassill, Ph.D., The University of Texas at San Antonio


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With grateful thanks to the Reviewers for this Issue:

Adrienne Wright, April McGrath, Betsy Newell Decyk, Fay Yokomizo Akindes, Jennifer Boman, Jennifer Miller, Jody Horn, Laurel Tien, Lynn Taylor, Margy MacMillan, Marianne Poumay, Patti Dygur, Alice Cassidy, Balbir Gurm, Alice Macpherson.

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