Transformative Dialogues - Volume 12 Issue 2

Transformative Dialogues: teaching and learning eJournal

Volume 12, Issue 2, July 2019

Explorations in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

This issue continues to lean into how we teach and how we learn through a series of explorations in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Each article has a role in helping to transform global ideas about the scholarship of teaching and learning.

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More Exploration – Laural Tien, Acting Editor in Chief

Articles and Essays

Self-Care Curriculum - Patricia Kostouros, Deb Bennett, Andrea Shippey-Heilman, Mount Royal University

The Now and Now and Now of Acting Educated - J.A. Sokalski, Ph.D. McMaster University

Podcasting as faculty development medium and method: The story of a podcast series showcasing teaching excellence in higher education - Julie A. Mooney, University of Alberta

Creating Community and Connectedness through Cross-Campus Collaboration - Kristel M. Gallagher; Thiel College; Shevaun L. Stocker; University of Wisconsin at Superior

Always on Stress: The Emotive Impact of Anytime, Anywhere Discussion Boards - Megan Bardolph, George Porter, Paul Hadjipieris, University of California San Diego; Jace Hargis, NYU Shanghai

"We are here for research but also for teaching": Exploring the Impact of Graduate Student Teaching Assistantships on Professional Development and First-Time Teaching Experiences - Jana Grekul, University of Alberta; Kelsi Barkway, University of Alberta

Gamifying The Classroom: Tips from the Trenches - Lynne N Kennette, Durham College; Michelle P. Beechler, Adrian College

Infusing a Collaborative International Online Learning Experience into the Curriculum: A United States and Mexico Collaboration - Flavia Iuspa, Florida International University

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