sotl

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Assistance

Services for individual faculty engaged in research on teaching and learning include:

For more information or to set up an appointment, contact Laura Carruth or Mike Metzler.

Dr. Laura Carruth
CETL Director
404-413-5340
lcarruth@gsu.edu
Dr. Mike Metzler
Associate Director, Scholarship of Teaching & Learning
404-413-8373
mmetzler@gsu.edu

Explore SoTL through CETL’s – RECURSIVE: SOTL IN PROGRESS – Online Journal

Recursive: SoTL in Progress is an electronic journal and blog devoted to publishing the work of faculty engaged with the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) at Georgia State.

  • Ivan Ilyich and the Sophomore Survey - February 23, 2017
    By Rick Diguette (rdiguette@gsu.edu) Sophomores who enroll in my world literature survey read major works dating from the mid-seventeenth century to the present.  Deciding on which texts to assign, however, is always a daunting task.  Devel [...]
  • Watching before Writing: Integrating Visual and Verbal Literacy in the Composition Classroom - February 22, 2017
    By Charles Fox (cfox4@gsu.edu) In his essay, “How to Teach Film Adaptations, and Why,” Thomas Leitch argues for restructuring English departments in a way that more accurately reflects our new vision of that which is literary. Whereas in [...]
  • Time for Self-Evaluation: Responding to Student Writing - January 24, 2017
    By Lauren Curtright (lcurtright@gsu.edu) English instructors at all levels of education, as well as the professional organizations that set our pedagogical standards, must take a hard look at our beliefs and practices about responding to students&rsq [...]

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