International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning is an open, double-blind peer reviewed electronic journal published in May and November each year by the Faculty Center at Georgia Southern University. The journal is an international forum for research and information about the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) and its applications in higher/tertiary education.
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Current Issue: Volume 16, Number 2 (2022)
Letter from the Editor
Letter from the Editors
Joe Pellegrino, Nikki DiGregorio, Delores D. Liston, and Delena Bell Gatch
Essays about SoTL
Are we Dialogical or Sociomaterial in Our Written Corrective Feedback? A Reflection by Two Academic Writing Instructors
Daron B. Loo and Rowland Anthony Imperial
Creating a Teaching Community with Graduate Teaching Assistants: A Scholarly Personal Narrative
Joy Camarao and Cari Din
A Collaborative Self-Study: Reflections on Convening a SoTL Community of Practice
Rebecca Wilson-Mah Dr., Jo Axe Dr., Elizabeth Childs Dr., Doug Hamilton Dr., and Sophia Palahicky Dr.
Active Learning in Flipped Classroom and Tutorials: Complementary or Redundant?
Matthew J. Mason and Angela M. Gayton
First Impressions Matter! An Experiment Comparing Autonomous and Controlling Language in Course Syllabi
Jully Paola Merchán Tamayo, Meredith Rocchi, Jenepher Lennox Terrion, and Simon Beaudry
Co-teaching Two Interdisciplinary Courses in Higher Education
Ronica N. Rooks, Jean Scandlyn, Krysta Pelowich, and Sabrina Lor
Construction of Teaching and Learning Cultures in Transnational Pedagogical Development: Discourses Among Palestinian University Instructors
Vesna Holubek, Pauliina Alenius, Vesa Korhonen, and Nazmi Al-Masri
An Assessment of Burnout among Graduate Students in Health Professional Programs
Svanhild B. Hansen and Thomas Virden
Looking Back, Looking Forward: A Retrospective Analysis of a Pre-service Teacher Preparation Course
Nancy G. Caukin, Heather K. Dillard, Terry Goodin, Ashlee B. Hover, and John L. Carter
The Effect of Flipped Instruction on Special Education Preservice Teachers' Perceptions
Cynthia C. Massey, Selcuk Dogan, Edward Anthony Muhammad, Eric Hogan, Cindy N. Head, and Jackie Kim
TPACK Tried and Tested: Experiences of Post-Secondary Educators During COVID-19 Pandemic
Viola Manokore and Jeff Kuntz
How Teaching Online Impacts Safety and Comfort: Experiences of Students and Instructors in the Context of Learning Counseling Skills Online
Kimberly A. Calderwood Dr. and Connie L. Kvarfordt Dr.