Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Action
MCC Faculty member Jill Keller is conducting a survey on retention in Basic Writing courses for the Humanities Division.
Jan Arabas from the Art Department recently presented her Drawing Study to adjuncts as part of the 2010 Program Review.
Now Presenting Now in Print features the work of MCC Carnegie members Donna Dufy, Marie Ryder, James Dottin, Binnur Ercem and Jill Keller.
Teaching Drawing: An Interview Study by Jan Arabas
Toward a Culture of Assessment by Elise Martin
Critical Decision Points in the Design of Online Collaboration by Matthew Olson
Course Portfolio for Principles of Correction by Lynda Pintrich
Problem-based Learning in Histology: Are Understanding and Motivation Enhanced? by Kathleen Sweeney
Piaget Comes Alive: The Games of Learning by Sandi Regan
The Big Picture: Engaging Student Learners by Dona Cady
The Use of Media Can Enhance Students' Motivation by Phyllis Gleason
Authenticity and Real Learning in the Writing Classroom by Stan Hitron
Advancing Student Success with Competency Points by Jill Keller
The Benefits for Faculty Teaching in Online and F2F Environments by Cathy McCarron and Alicia Russell
Using Case Studies to Engage Students in Science by Jessie Klein
Study Guides as a Tool for Better Understanding by Paul V. Patev
A Stigma-Free Mental Health Force: A Possibility? by Marie Ryder
Resilience as a Path to Integration in an Abnormal Psychology Course by Donna Killian Duffy
Reflections of a Community College Educator by Bob Fera
The Development of a Motivation Based College Course by Don Margulis
Binnur Ercem explores the responses of community college students to the question, “What knowledge or skills will students need to be effective citizens of our world in the future?” Her article, Hearing Student's Voices: What, How, and from Whom Do They Want to Learn? appears in the National Teaching and Learning Forum.
Creating a Community of Practice to Support Technical Innovation in Instruction (Community College Journal) by Dona Cady, David Kalivas, Don Margulis, and Matthew Olson. The authors provide
a model for establishing a community of practice around technology innovation. Phyllis
Gleason’s article, Creative Tension: Sheparding the Evolution of a Community of Practice appears in the May 2008 issue of The International Commons, the newsletter of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and
A Change magazine article addresses the unique issues of the scholarship of teaching and learning at community colleges: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at the Two Year College