Advancing the Scholarship of Teaching Through Collaborative Self-StudyJournal Of Higher Education
AbstractSelf-study research is a mode of scholarly inquiry in which teachers examine their beliefs and actions as educators and explore pedagogical questions. A three-phase model of collaborative self-study research is offered as a framework for university faculty to engage in self-study for the purpose of improving teaching and creating new knowledge.
Citation InformationBelinda Y. Louie, Denise J. Drevdahl, Jill M. Purdy and Richard W. Stackman. "Advancing the Scholarship of Teaching Through Collaborative Self-Study" Journal Of Higher Education Vol. 74 Iss. 2 (2003) p. 150 - 171
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