Browsing Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning by Subject "Decoding the disciplines"

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  • Pettit, Jennifer; Rathburn, Melanie; Calvert, Victoria; Lexier, Roberta; Underwood, Margot; Gleeson, Judy; Dean, Yasmin (Jossey-Basshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tl.20239/full, 2017-06)
    This chapter describes a multidisciplinary faculty self-study about reciprocity in service-learning. The study began with each co-author participating in a Decoding interview. We describe how Decoding combined with ...
  • Miller-Young, Janice; Yeo, Michelle (http://www.issotl2015.com.au/, 2015-10)
    David Pace1, Janice Miller-Young2, Michelle Yeo2, Manie Moolman3, Jennifer Clark4, Adrian Jones5, Anette Wilkinson3, Deirdre van Jaarsveldt3 1 Indiana University 2 Mount Royal University 3 University of the Free State 4 ...
  • Miller-Young, Janice (Mount Royal University, 2016)
    This transcribed Decoding interview was part of a study conducted by the Decoding Faculty Learning Community at Mount Royal University. It is analyzed from multiple theoretical perspectives in an upcoming special issue ...
  • MacMillan, Margy; Yeo, Michelle; Currie, Genevieve; Pace, David; McCollum, Brett; Miller-Young, Janice (isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/2016Symposium/index.html, 2016)
    Scholars of teaching and learning around the world and in many disciplines have been using the Decoding the Disciplines process to make explicit the mental operations that students must master to succeed. Teachers, as ...
  • 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 ...

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