The following publications in the area of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) are examples by discipline by current and former members of Miami FLCs.
by Faculty Learning Community Members at Miami University
Cottell, P. G. Jr. (1991), Classroom research in accounting: Assessing for learning. In T. A. Angelo (Ed.), Classroom research: Early lessons from success (pp.43-54), New Directions for Teaching and Learning, No.46. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Raunft, R., & Morris, J. W. (1995). Archives and their role in art education history. In P. Smith (Ed.). Art education historical methodology: An insider's guide to doing and using. Monograph Series of the Seminar for Research in Art Education. Reston, VA: NAEA.
The Workshop Project: Peer-Led Team Learning in Chemistry, Jerry L. Sarquis, Linda J. Dixon, David K. Gosser, Jack A. Kampmeier, Vicki Roth, Victor S. Strozak, & Pratibha Varma-Nelson: Miami University, City College of New York, University of Rochester, Staint Xavier University in Chicago. Chapter 23 in Student-Assisted Teaching: A Guide to Faculty Student Teamwork, Judith E. Miller, James E. Groccia, and Marilyn S. Miller, Editors, Anker Publishing Company, Bolton, MA, 2001. URL: www.ankerpub.com (accessed Jan. 2001)
McCoskey, D. E. (1999). Answering the multicultural imperative: A course on race and ethnicity in antiquity. Classical World 92 (6), 553-561.
Frymier, A., Shulman, G. & Houser, M. (1996) The development of the learner empowerment measure. Communication Education. 45, 181-199.
Bishop-Clark, C., & Kiper,J. (1995). Abstraction, design, and theory in computer science: A liberal arts course. Journal of Computer Science Education, 6 (1), 93-110.
Young, D. and Dawley, D. (1999). "Responding to the Growth in Undergraduate IS Majors." Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the International Business Schools Computing Association, Atlanta, Georgia, July 18-21, 1999.
Lage, M., & Treglia, M. (1996, Winter). The impact of integrating scholarship on women into introductory economics: Evidence from one institution. Journal of Economics Education, 26-36.
Quantz, R. A., & Magolda, P. M. (1998). Nonrational classroom performance: Ritual as aspect of action. Urban Review, 29 (4), 221-238.
Fuller, M. (1991).Teaching style in advanced composition. In K. Adams and J. L. Adams (Eds.), Teaching advanced composition (pp.119-132). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann/Boynton Cook
Sommers, J. (1997, October). Portfolios in the literature classroom: A case study. Teaching English in the Two-Year College, 24 (3), 220-234.
Stone, G. (1999). Evaluation of an effort to improve social work students' attitudes toward technology. Arete, 24, 46-53.
Gorman, R. "Advancing Ecology and Economics through a Business-Science Synthesis," Ecological Economics, 1999, Vol 28, pp. 183-196
Medley, K.E. and L.M. Gramlich-Kaufman. In press. A landscape guide in environmental education. Journal of Geography.
Sullivan, M., & Dilek, Y. (1997). Enhancing scientific literacy through the use of information technology in introductory geoscience classes: Journal of Geoscience Education, 45 (4), 308-313.
Willeke, A. (in press) Discussing Diversity: What a Course on German Literature Can Contribute. Unterrichtspraxis: Teaching German.
Jeep, J. M. (in press) Computer-enhanced learning in first-year German. In U. Inden (Ed.). Proceedings of the Asociación Latina de Estudios Germanísticos [Latin American German Studies Association]Conference. Concepción, Chile: Universidad.
Fahey, D. M. (Spring 2000). Blackboard Course Info: Supplementing In-Class Teaching with the Internet. History Computer Review. 15/1, 29-37.
Blaisdell, M. L. (1993). Academic integration: Going beyond disciplinary boundaries. In R. Richlin (Ed). Preparing faculty for the new conceptions of scholarship. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 54. (57-69) Jossey-Bass: San Francisco.
Ono, M. (1997). Intercultural Communication: A Case Study through US-Japan Joint Seminars. The Twelfth Annual Conference of Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese, Georgia Tech.
Cowan, C. (1992) Understanding leadership through art, history, and arts administration. Journal of Management Education.
Schmahl, K. E., (1998). Expanding the objectives of the engineering laboratory. International Journal of Engineering Education, 14 (6), 419-425.
McNeilly, Kevin M. and Terri F. Barr (1997), "Convincing the Recruiter: A Comparison of Resume Formats," Journal of Education for Business, Vol. 72 (6), 359-363.
Smith, R. S. (1992). Spreadsheets as a mathematical tool. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 3, 131-148
Boge, C. (1992, February). Poetic analysis as part of analysis pedagogy. In Theory Only,12 (3-4), 47-67.
Mitchell, B. S. (1997, Fall). Using portfolios in undergraduate music education. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 7 (1), 23-27.
Ulrich, D., & Glendon, K. (1999). Interactive group learning: Strategies for nurse educators. New York: Springer.
Scott, W.E., Peterson, R.C., Sikora, M.D., and Barker, R.G., "Four Decades of Partnering with Industry for Criteria 2000", ABET Annual Meeting Proceedings, October, 2000.
Kelly,J. (1996). Wide and narrow interdisciplinarity: The role of the humanities in integrative education. The Journal of General Education, 45, 2.
Alessio, H. M. (1991). Use of educational games for difficult subject material. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2, 71-76.
Taylor, B., Williams, J., Sarquis, J., & Poth, J. (1990). Teaching Science With Toys - A Model Program For In-service Teacher Enhancement, Journal of Science Teacher Education, 1,70-73.
Sherman, R.C. (1998). Using the World Wide Web to teach applications of Social Psychology to everyday life. Teaching of Psychology, 25, 212-216.
Simcock, B. L. & Lokon, E. J. (1992). Training for cross-cultural awareness in the college classroom. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 3, 81-92
López-Ortega, N. 'Tense, aspect and narrative structure of Spanish L2'. Hispania, vol 83, September 2000.
Hutchinson, K. M. (1991). Sign what you say: An interactive approach to language learning. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 2, 97-99.
Brooks, D., & Kopp, T. W. (1989, July/August). Technology and teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education, 1-9.
Lee, R.E. (1995). Using microrespirometers to measure oxygen consumption by insects and small invertebrates. American Biology Teacher 57: 284-285.
Baxter Magolda, M. B. (1999). Creating contexts for learning and self-authorship: Constructive-developmental pedagogy. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.
Erekson, O. H. (1992). Joint determination of college student achievement and effort: Implications for college teaching. Research in Higher Education, 33 (4), 433-446.
Millis, B. J. & Cottell, P. G., Jr. (1998). Cooperative Learning for Higher Education Faculty. American Council on Education and Onyx Press: Phoenix, Arizona.
Shulman, G., Luechauer, D. & Shulman, C. (1996) Assessment for learner empowerment: The metacognitive map. In Banta, T. & others (Eds.), Assessment in practice: Putting principles to work on college campuses. (281-285) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Walsh, D. & Maffei, M. J. (1994). Never in a class by themselves: An examination of behaviors affecting the student-professor relationship. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 5 (2), 23-49.
Wolfe, C. R. & Myers C. A. (1996). The Dragonfly's web: Courseware for children created by college students on the World Wide Web. Behavioral Research Measurement, Instruments, and Computers 28: 161-164.
This project has been supported in part by grants from the US Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE) and the Ohio Board of Regents.