Mapping Scholarship of Teaching Using a Multidimensional Model
This article applies the multidimensional model of scholarship of teaching (K. Trigwell, E. Martin, J. Benjamin, & M. Prossoer, 2000) to selected components from a term project used in a junior‐level promotion and retail analysis course to show how teachers can use the model to map levels of scholarship of teaching across four dimensions: informed, reflection, communication and conceptual. The project components included project objectives and student learning outcomes, combination master and promotional calendar, journal of contributions, peer evaluation, teacher evaluation, and written analysis. Mapping scholarship of teaching provides information to teachers regarding current levels of scholarship of teaching, areas where improvements are possible and the ability to see progress over time. The mapping process is applicable to a variety of courses and situations such as development and revision of courses, lectures, assignments, and projects.
Family & Consumer Sciences
Burgess, B. S.
(2009). Mapping Scholarship of Teaching Using a Multidimensional Model. Family & Consumer Sciences, 38(1), 88-104.
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