Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Assistance
Services for individual faculty engaged in research on teaching and learning include:
- Manuscript review
- Advice on journals for submission
- Travel grants for conference presentations
- Advice on how to conduct Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Research
- Opportunities for fellowships, grants, and awards
- Resources for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning http://gsusotl.wordpress.com/sotl-resources/
For more information or to set up an appointment, contact Laura Carruth or Mike Metzler.
Associate Director, Scholarship of Teaching & Learning
Marni Davis (Department of History) and Jill Anderson (University Library) published an article in The History Teacher describing a footnote exercise they developed together.
Read: “Follow the Footnote” >
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.
- Why I Don’t Teach Milton at Perimeter College by Gregg Murray - January 15, 2020
Why I Don’t Teach Milton at Perimeter College I fell in love with High Modernist English literature. The venerable poet T.S. Eliot wrote The Waste Land in several languages, including Greek and Sanskrit. The brilliant Ezra Pound treated his readers [...]
- Revising My Peer Review Sessions: Creating a “Peer Tutor” Experience in the Classroom by Rebecca Weaver - December 20, 2019
Revising My Peer Review Sessions: Creating a “Peer Tutor” Experience in the Classroom by Rebecca Weaver (firstname.lastname@example.org) Introduction: This semester, I tried a new approach to peer review that I based on a typical peer tutoring session in a w [...]
- Teaching as Performance by Owen Cantrell - September 27, 2019
Teaching as Performance [Reflective Teaching] By Owen Cantrell (email@example.com) Several years ago, I accompanied John Frazier—an acting professor from the downtown GSU campus—to Phillips State Prison. John was working with the men in the Comm [...]