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SoTL vs Scholarly Teaching


GrahameB
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Here’s a video from Elon University's Center for Engaged Learning ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eedxoj1CPnk) in which a number of scholars discuss the difference between the scholarship of teaching and learning and scholarly teaching.

At 03:36, Dan Bernstein talks about how we can make our teaching achievements public in a variety of ways. I found his words very encouraging when I wrote my teaching portfolio because they helped de-mystify the meaning of SoTL.

In what ways do YOU make your teaching achievements public?

Grahame