Advancing the Scholarship of Teaching Through Collaborative Self-Study

Louie, Belinda Y.; Drevdahl, Denise J.; Purdy, Jill M.; Stackman, Richard W.
March 2003
Journal of Higher Education;Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p150
Academic Journal
Focuses on the concept of self-study research. Importance of collaboration for the faculty; Improvement of teaching practice and advancement of knowledge; Relation between teaching beliefs and practice.


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