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Faculty SoTL Research
This is only a partial list of the presentations and publications by AFTL members in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Benander, R. (2009). Experiential learning in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 9: 36‐41.
Benander, R., Denton, J., Page, D., & Skinner, C., (2000). Primary Trait Assessment: Anchoring assessment in the classroom. Journal of General Education 49 (4): 279-302.
Benander, R. & Lightner, R. (2005). Promoting Transfer of Learning: Connecting general education courses. The Journal of General Education 54 (3): 2005.
Benander, R., Pettit, R., Harmony, S., & Skutar, C. (2009). Learning Outside our Disciplines: How being music students makes us better teachers. Journal of Faculty Development 23(2): 13-18.
Brown, B., Skau, K., Wall, A.: Learning Across the Curriculum: Connecting the Basic Sciences to Practice in the First Professional Year. Am. J. Pharm. Ed. 73 (2) Article 36, 2009.
Hammer, D., Fielding, D., Sauer, K., Skau, K.: White Paper on Best Evidence Pharmacy Education. Am. J. Pharm. Ed. 68: 24, 2004.
Hollensbe, E.C., & Asnicar, J.M. 1994. A peer review program for assessing and developing quality faculty. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Academic Chairperson's Conference, sponsored by Kansas State University, Orlando.
Hollensbe, E.C., & Hauber, L. 1994. Learning and workplace linkages via applied research projects. Paper presented at the 14th Annual American Council on Education/Alliance Conference, San Francisco.
Hollensbe, E.C., & Clardy, D. 1992. Developing, assessing and improving faculty quality through peer review. Paper presented at the 12th National Conference: Alternative Degree Programs for Adults, Evanston, IL.
Huff, W.D., and Fiorito, T., 1976, Computer-managed instruction in introductory geology course using TIPS, Journal of Geological Education, 24, p. 111-113.
Huff, W.D., Lowell, T.V., and McVey, D.E., 1996, Incorporating Web pages into undergraduate courses; challenges and hazards: Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America, v. 28, p. 397.
Huff, W.D., 1998, Using Internet resources in an introductory geology course: Computers & Geosciences, v. 24, p. 689-692.
Jackson, H., “Enhancing Student Learning in Foundational Courses in Multiple STEM Disciplines in a Large Public University” ISSOTL Workshop, Quebec City, Canada, Oct. 2014.
Kukreti, Anant R., Jackson Howard E. , Steimle Julie J., and Ogden Gina L., “Math Projects Integrate Engineering Design & Artistic Creativity,” Integrated STEM Education Conference Proceedings, (2014).
Turner, Laurah, Baker, Pamela, Jackson, Howard, “The New Faculty Institute: Using the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to Inform New Faculty Support in the 21st Century,” Workshop, ISSOTL (International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) Conference Workshop, Raleigh, NC, October, 2013.
Jackson, Howard, Sprague Estel, “Evolution of Active Learning in Foundational Courses in Multiple Disciplines in a Large Public University,” Workshop,AAC&U Conference on Transforming STEM Education: Inquiry, Innovation, Inclusion, and Evidence, San Diego, CA, October, 2013.
Jackson, Howard, Rutz, Eugene,Kukreti, Anant, “Challenge‐Based Learning to Engage STEM Instructors and Students,” Poster , AAC&U Conference on Transforming STEM Education: Inquiry, Innovation, Inclusion, and Evidence, San Diego, CA, October, 2013.
Kukreti, Anant R., Rutz, Eugene, Steimle, Julie, Jackson, Howard, Maltbie, Catherine, "Training Secondary Math and Science Teachers to Bring an Engineering Perspective to the Classroom,"American Society of Engineering Education Conference, June 2013.
Jackson, H., “Just in Time Teaching/ JiTT, Peer Instruction (PI) and Student Learning Workshop,” January 2013, CET&L
Jackson, H., Sullivan, J. & Smith, L. “A Proactive Approach for Improving the Performance of Students in College Physics,” presentation at ISOTTL , 2011, Milwaukee, WI. October (2011).
Kubitz, K. & Lightner, R. (in press for 2012). Application exercises: Challenges and strategies in the psychology classroom. In. Team-based Learning for Critical Thinking in the Humanities and Social Sciences. M. Sweet & L. Michaelson (Eds.). Sterling, VA: Stylus.
Lightner, R. (in press for 2012). WebQuests: A gateway activity for online teaching and learning. In. Quick Hits: Teaching with Technology. R. K. Morgan, & K. T. Olivares (Eds.) Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
Lightner, R. & Sipple, S. (in press). Scheduling scholarship: Promoting faculty engagement in two-year colleges. Community College Journal of Research & Practice.
Lightner, R. & Benander, R. (2010). Faculty resistance to writing student learning outcomes: Barriers and Solutions. Journal of Faculty Development, 24(2), 32-37.
Lightner, R., Benander, R., & Kramer, E. F. (2008) Faculty and student attitudes about transfer of learning. InSight: Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 3, 58-66.
Plevyak, L. & Carr, V. (2011). Science and young children: Integrating investigation into everyday experiences. Every Child, 17(3), 32-33.
Plevyak, L. & Campbell, K. (2008). Multiple intelligences: Analysis of a language arts curriculum. Ohio Journal of English Language Arts, 48(2), 53-58.
Rhodes, F.H.T., Felsher, M., Huff, W.D. and Stone, R.O. 1971. Undergraduate Geology: A Strategy for Design of Curricula: Council on Undergraduate Education in the Geological Sciences, Publication 8, 79 p.
Sipple, S. & Lightner, R. (2009). Two-year college faculty: Energy and entropy at mid career. Ohio Association of Two Year Colleges Journal, 33, 17-24.
Skau, K. (2004). Teaching Pharmacodynamics: An Introductory Module On Learning Dose-Response Relationships. Am. J. Pharm. Ed. 68: 73.
Suckarieh, G. “Implementing Electronic Portfolios for Learning and Assessment.” Proceedings Associated Schools of Construction ASC Conference Paper and Presentation April 2010.