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ERIC Number: EJ1079236
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2015
Pages: 3
Abstractor: ERIC
ISSN: ISSN-1195-4353
Encouraging Scholarly Teaching and Learning
Janzen, Katharine
College Quarterly, v18 n2 Spr 2015
From its inaugural issue in 1993, "The College Quarterly" ("CQ") has been "devoted to the examination of college and further education issues, and the professional development of college educators." Its focus has always been on the enhancement of the efficacy and effectiveness of teaching and learning at the college level. The "CQ" was born out of a recognized need for college educators to discuss the pedagogical processes of teaching (i.e., practice) in the college context, and the thoughtful application of scholarly thought, critical analysis and theory (i.e., praxis). With this issue the "CQ" seeks to contribute more purposefully than usual to the scholarship of teaching and learning through a series of discussion papers that focus on teaching and learning praxis. This issue includes the first of three articles by Bill Hunter on the topic of Teaching Engagement: Part 1: Constructivist Principles.
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Language: English
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