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  • Miller-Young, Janice; Boman, Jennifer (Jossey-Basshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tl.20241/full, 2017)
    This final chapter synthesizes the findings and implications derived from applying the Decoding the Disciplines model across disciplines and within communities of practice. We make practical suggestions for teachers and ...
  • Boman, Jennifer; Currie, Genevieve; MacDonald, Ron; Miller-Young, Janice; Yeo, Michelle; Zettel, Stephanie (Jossey-Bass.http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tl.20234/full, 2017-06)
    In this chapter we describe the “Decoding the Disciplines” Faculty Learning Community at Mount Royal University, and how Decoding has been used in new and multidisciplinary ways in the various teaching, curriculum and ...
  • Boman, Jennifer; Currie, Genevieve; MacDonald, Ronald; Miller-Young, Janice; Yeo, Michelle; Zettel, Stephanie (2015 Meeting of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Educationhttp://stlhe2015sapes.ca/, 2015-06)
    Tuning in on teaching practice in any discipline may well run up against a problem of tacit knowledge--knowledge crucial to the discipline’s ways of thinking and practicing, but by nature obscure. Teachers who omit to make ...
  • Miller-Young, Janice; Boman, Jennifer (Jossey-Basshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tl.20235/full, 2017-06)
    This chapter presents the bottlenecks identified by seven faculty members from diverse disciplines, and an inductive content analysis of their Decoding interviews. Representative quotations illustrate themes in the interviews ...
  • Miller-Young, Janice; Boman, Jennifer (Jossey-Basshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tl.2017.2017.issue-150/issuetoc, 2017-06)
    This special issue demonstrates how “Decoding the Disciplines” not only provides a framework for inquiry into teaching and learning disciplinary concepts, but also holds much potential for bridging disciplinary thinking ...