Now that you have completed the sections of the Scholarship module, you can begin to share your ideas with your peers and colleagues!

To Do:

Part 1

  1. Write a reflective response. Your response to this activity should reflect your thinking from the beginning of the Scholarship module to the point now where you have planned a research project. In your response include the following key points;
    • Describe your research questions
    • Describe the prior research you will undertake to inform your research design
    • Explain your plan of action
    • Present a dissemination strategy.
  2. Visualize where the project will go. In your response, insert an open-licensed or original image that represents the direction you intend to go with this SoTL research. (See the Consider This activity from the Curator module for tips.)

Part 2

  1. Share your SoTL Research Plan in the SoTL Folder. 
    • If you worked on your project plan as a Google Doc, move a copy of it to the SoTL Research Plan Folder.
      • Visit the folder.
      • From the dropdown menu under the label SoTL Folder, select Add To My Drive. This places a reference to this folder in your own Google Drive.
      • Navigate in your own Drive to find your Research Plan document.
      • Right or control click on the name in the directory listing, and use the Move command to list your document in the SoTL Folder (Note: this does not remove your file, it places a reference for it inside the shared folder).
    • If you composed your plan as a Word document, visit the SoTL Folder. To share your file in this directory, drag and drop your file into the folder.
  2. Submit a shared link to or upload your plan in your response to this activity.
  3. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form.

This activity is part of the Sharing Your SoTL Plan section of the Scholar Module.

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54 Responses for this Activity

  • Sharing my SoTL Plan and reflection
    by Pamela LeBrun (@PamLeBrun)

    I have shared my research plan for the SoTL project as well as reflection and image for teamwork. (I am unable to access the folder to upload my completed plan though) Please feel free to upload it for me as a final part or send a new link) Support person Alissa has tried to give more… »

  • Sharing my SoTL Plan – Effectiveness of Group Self-organization
    by Jessica Joy (@jessica.joy)

    PART 1, Question 1 – The topic for my SoTL project originated from the results of the Empathy Map activity we conducted in the Technologist Module. The map I produced revealed that groupwork was a common and continual point of stress for many students, which sparked my interest to dive further into this issue and more… »

  • Share
    by Caitlin Cull (@ccull)

     

  • Share My PLan
    by Sheryl Third (@Sheryl)

    This module has keep me focused on the outcomes for students as we move through a 2nd year of a pandemic , I have found this exercise extremely helpful in keeping me motivated !

  • Share Your SoTL Research Plan
    by Wendy Tseng (@wtseng.tw)

    My plan moving forward would be to be more conscious and intentional on the idea of SoTL. Considering each teaching experience as an inquiry process will help gather data to better support the teaching strategies to best promote learning.

  • Share your SoTL Research Plan
    by John Colling (@johncolling)

    Online teaching, does it work?

  • Does the method of course delivery affect student success?
    by John Colling (@johncolling)

    In Class / Blended / Online Does the method of course delivery affect student success?

  • Sharing my SoTL
    by Melissa Sherrer (@MSherrerRN)

    Unfortunately access is restricted to the SoTL folder but I am happy for my Plan for SoTL to be added to the folder manually, or I can re-attempt when access is granted (I have requested through Google). In the beginning, SoTL research seemed quite intimidating and overwhelming. I wasn’t sure where to begin until I more… »

  • Share Your SoTL Research Plan
    by Lori Strauss (@lstrauss)

    Online course Copy of Plan for a SoTL Project Lori Strauss .docx  

  • My SoTL Research Plan
    by Joe Varrasso (@JV)

    My SoTL Research Plan is attached.

    2 Resources for this Activity

    • Sharing My SoTL Plan
      shared by Christopher Rowe (@ChristopherRowe)

      This module was a good exercise. I have some experience putting together research applications, but have always on some level, considered research separate from teaching. The results apply to teaching practice, but I hadn’t considered how I could treat my classroom as a source of inquiry. I like the idea.

    • Sharing My SoTL Research Vision
      shared by Jane Carr (@jscarr)

      The Google document shared here is really a call to action on my part. I have now a vision and want to act upon it. My only concern at this point is the time it will take to get approvals from all the parties involved and locating the funding whilst doing all the initial setup more… »

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