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Author Peter Kahn, A. ♦ Peter Goodhew, A. ♦ Matt Murphy, A. ♦ Lorraine Walsh, B.
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
File Format PDF
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Case Study ♦ Collaborative Working ♦ Collective Purpose ♦ Common Purpose ♦ Account Highlight Potential Driver ♦ Theoretical Model ♦ Collective Commitment ♦ Substantive Disciplinary Purpose ♦ Global Collaboration ♦ Synoptic Overview ♦ Departmental Setting ♦ Entire Department ♦ Pre-review Version ♦ Specific Network ♦ Curricular Activity ♦ Th August ♦ Education Research ♦ Collaborative Activity ♦ Engineering Education
Abstract The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) has yet to fully enter the mainstream of life in higher education. In this case study, we consider a specific network focused on the reform of engineering education. The network involves global collaboration within the discipline of engineering, and is based around curricular activity that affects entire departments or groups of staff within departments. We suggest that SoTL should pay greater attention to collaboration that addresses substantive disciplinary purposes. We further frame our argument around a theoretical model of collaborative working in higher education, and go on to offer a synoptic overview of ways to articulate common purpose around teaching and learning at large. Our account highlights potential drivers for such collaborative activity in other settings. In this way we offer a means for others to develop the collective commitments and understanding needed to mainstream SoTL within specific disciplinary or departmental settings. Higher Education Research and Development, Published online 16 th August 2013. Please note that this is the pre-review version of the article.
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study