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Title:1 Enhancing Teaching Through Research: D'Arcy 2005-2006 Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Project
Author(s):D'Arcy, Cleora J.
Contributor(s):Loui, Michael C.; Hurley, Walter L.; Charlevoix, Donna J.; Yontz, Ruth; Newell, Ty; Mortensen, Peter; Schmidt, Shelly J.; Preis, Michael W.
Subject(s):Teaching
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Abstract:Cleora D'Arcy, professor of crop sciences in ACES, was selected as a 2005-2006 Distinguished Teacher-Scholar by the Teaching Advancement Board. During the 05-06 academic year, D’Arcy led workshops in the colleges of ACES, Business, LAS and Engineering in which she and faculty members from each college shared their work and experiences related to scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning. “Part of what I want to do as a Distinguished Teacher-Scholar is tell people that we need to get to the point where we’re scholarly teachers: It’s our professional responsibility. And it can happen in a little way – people don’t have to give up all of their research in their discipline to do it,” D’Arcy said. “I was really excited to win the Distinguished Teacher-Scholar Award because I view the program as a positive step on the part of campus to recognize the teaching excellence that exists here. There are many excellent teachers on campus who put a lot of time and effort into it.” In this collection you will find D'Arcy's introductory presentation, along with presentations from each of the professors who teamed up with D'Arcy to demonstrate how they have conducted scholarly research on teaching and learning in their disciplines.
Issue Date:2005
Genre:Presentation / Lecture / Speech
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/5217
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2008-04-27


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