- Virtual CoP SoTL design
by Elan Paulson (@Elan Paulson)
I think I’ve gotten a little turned around with what items get added to the document in what order for each of these submissions, but I believe I have highlighted in red font the appropriate details of my design plan, some additional research that informs my design, along with a few thoughts that I’ve added more… »
- SFischer Design SoTL response
by Sarah Fischer (@sfischer)
Responses for the Design portion of the activity are noted with “SF (Design response)”… as well as overall review and tweaks to the existing “Considerations/Refine” responses.
- Design SoTL Quality Education
by Dorina Grossu (@dgrossu)
The quality of our life does include the quality of education. My aim is how to ensure that students are engaged in scientific research activities that are inclusive. Dorina Grossu
- Design for a SoTL Project – Vasudevan Padmanabhan
by VASUDEVAN PADMANABHAN (@vasus7)
I enjoyed designing my SoTL. As I dug deep and researched I could find a lot of valuable resources. I am very excited and confident of making major improvement. The SoTL result will surely exceed orginal expectations. .
- Scholar – Design your SoTL Plan
by Brian Nuttall (@bnuttall)
Scholar – Design your SoTL Plan
- SoLT plan
by Stephanie Müller (@smuller)
I love this module. This activity will be ongoing PD for me
- Diana Degan Design Your SoTL Project
by Diana Degan (@dianadegan)
Here is my next stage SoTL document, with additional information added from my extra research.
- SoTL Research Plan and Ethical Considerations
by Lynn Chartrand (@lynn_chartrand)
Research involves a certain amount of ethical consideration.
- My SOTL Plan for Group Work
by Mel Young (@melyoung00)
My full response to the Scholar module prompts.
- Design Time
by Melanie Lefebvre (@ProfMelLefebvre)
I put the Scholar module aside for awhile and recently returned to it. My research question had evolved. I’ve found that participation has naturally improved as rapport has developed and students become more comfortable with small group work in class. What I’ve now become more curious about is how to help students become familiar and comfortable more… »