Resources Session 4

Additional Resources


Pace, D. (2004). The Amateur in the Operating Room: History and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.” American Historical Review, 109:2. (Link to article)This article is written from the point of view of a faculty in a history department. However, the analysis teases out the differences between scholarly teaching and SoTL building, particularly, off of Shulman’s work. It also explores the implications for practice.

Potter, MK. & Kustra, E. (2011). “The relationship between scholarly teaching and SoTL: Models, distinctions, and clarifications.” Georgia Southern University (Link to article)

Kreber. (2007). “What’s it really all about? The scholarship of teaching and learning as an authentic practice.” Georgia Southern University. (Link to article)



SoTL vs Scholarly Teaching, Elon University, You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eedxoj1CPnk

Activities of Scholarly Teachers: Center for Discovery in Learning, University of Saskatchewan: http://www.usask.ca/cdl/node/35
This webpage provides a general description of that which constitutes a baseline for scholarly teaching. It provides meaningful reflective questions, best practices, and references to further readings.
What does it mean to be a teacher scholar? AAC&U: http://www.aacu.org/peerreview/pr-su13/Ruscio.cfm
This is a reflective essay that explores the meaning and instructional implications of the teacher scholar particularly as it relates to the importance of skills and habits relevant to providing a substantive liberal education for all students.


What is scholarly teaching? Teaching and Learning Hub, University of Auckland: https://www.fmhshub.auckland.ac.nz/6_2.html
This webpage provides a general outline of how to approach thinking about beginning a teaching and learning study. It provides a beginning movement from scholarly teaching toward SoTL. It also has a video that explores the meaning of what a scholarly teacher does.


SoTL Guide: Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University: https://my.vanderbilt.edu/sotl/
This guide is designed to help move faculty into the practice of engaging in SoTL studies. It provides first steps as well as points to further readings and resources.