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untranslated Shulman_AL.wmv (2MB) Lee Shulman introduces research on teaching and learning as Active Learning for faculty Windows Media video
untranslated Shulman_metaphor.wmv (4MB) Lee Shulman presents a metaphor for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Windows Media video
untranslated Shulman_SOTLex.wmv (3MB) Lee Shulman shares an example of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Windows Media video
untranslated Shulman_assessing.wmv (1MB) Lee Shulman talks about the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning as more than assessing Windows Media video
untranslated Shulman_responsibility.wmv (1MB) Lee Shulman outlines faculty responsibility towards students Windows Media video
untranslated Shulman_profess.wmv (2MB) Lee Shulman remarks on academics as a profession Windows Media video


Title: Faculty Retreat Keynote Address
Author(s): Shulman, Lee S.
Subject(s): SoTL
Abstract: The ninth annual Faculty Retreat on Active Learning took place on January 27, 2003, at the Levis Faculty Center. The focus was "The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning." The concept of the scholarship of teaching and learning is best defined by keynote speaker, Lee S. Shulman, President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: "Viewing teaching as scholarly work is essential. Teachers so often have to carry out their work in isolation from their colleagues. The result is that those who engage in innovative acts of teaching do not have many opportunities to build upon the work of others...we seek to render teaching public, subject to critical evaluation, and usable by others in the field." Here are six video highlights from Lee S. Shulman's keynote address. A videotape of the full address is available for borrowing from available for borrowing from the Center for Teaching Excellence (217-333-3370).
Issue Date: 2003-01-27
Genre: Presentation / Lecture / Speech
Type: Video
Language: English
Date Available in IDEALS: 2008-03-21

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