Foreword by L. Dee Fink, PhD Foreword by Elizabeth McCrea, PhD Chapter 1: Good Teaching, Scholarly Teaching, and Scholarship of Teaching Fundamental Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Concepts Dual Professions Professional Educator Continuing Education A Framework of Educator Development Developing as Professional Educators: Working Toward Each Level Chapter 2: EBP in Clinical Practice versus EBE in Classroom Teaching Evidence-Based Practice as the Foundation for Clinical Service Delivery Evidence-Based Education as the Foundation for Classroom Teaching Linking to Levels of Evidence in EBP to EBE Why do we need EBE? Where do I Find the Evidence? Now What do I do? Chapter 3: The "Learner Centered-Active Learning" Paradigm Bloom's Taxonomy Learner-Centered Instruction Concluding Thoughts Chapter 4: Before You Teach: Course Design and Preparation Backward Design Evidence for Backward Design Applying Backward Design: A Practice Example Creating Significant Learning Evidence for Creating Significant Learning Application of Fink's Creating Significant Learning Concluding Remarks Chapter 5: Communication in the Classroom Instructional Communication Competence Immediacy and Clarity Teacher Transparency Social Presence Chapter 6: Engaging the Learner Collaborative Learning Techniques Problem-Based Learning Academic Service Learning Technology for Engaged Learning Chapter 7: Assessing Student Learning Overview of Assessment Assessment Approaches Tools for Assessment Chapter 8: Moving Forward Toward SOTL Why We Need to Support Good, Scholarly Teaching and SOTL Mechanisms of Support for Professional Development Toward SOTL Teachers Researching Teaching: Action Research for SOTL Ethical Considerations and SOTL Dissemination of SOTL Work Chapter 9: SOTL as Part of Your Research Agenda Planning Your SOTL Research Agenda The Value of SOTL on Your Campus? What Can Be Done? Final Thoughts Index
Sarah M. Ginsberg, Ed.D., CCC-SLP is Program Coordinator and Associate Professor of Speech-Language Pathology at Eastern Michigan University. She has been Coordinator of ASHA's Division 10: Issues in Higher Education for the past three years. She has also served on the ASHA V.P. for Academic Affairs Coordinating Committee and as Topic Chair for Academic and Educational Issues for the 2010 ASHA Annual Convention. She will serve as Topic Chair for the first ever Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) strand at the 2011 ASHA Annual Convention. She is Co-Director of the annual conference, SOTL Academy. Sarah also works as a Faculty Consultant at the Eastern Michigan University Faculty Development Center, supporting improved teaching and learning, as well as providing support programs for faculty engaging in SOTL work for the first time. Her area of research focuses on the role of communication in higher education teaching effectiveness and the intersection between university teaching support programs and SOTL. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Effective Teaching, To Improve the Academy (in press) and Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Jennifer C. Friberg, Ed.D., CC-SLP/BRS-CL is an Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Illinois State University. She is currently Associate Coordinator of ASHA's Division 10: Issues in Higher Education and has served on the steering committee for this special interest group for two years. She also served as a member of the 2010 ASHA Academic and Educational Issues Convention Committee. Her specific areas of research in the area of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) focus on integrating technology to increase student learning, promoting active learning in classroom settings, and best practices in online learning. She has presented her SOTL research at numerous state, regional and national conferences over the last five years. Colleen F. Visconti, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is Chair of the Department of Communication Arts and Sciences, Associate Professor of Communication Disorders, and Director of the Baldwin-Wallace Speech Clinic at Baldwin-Wallace College. She served as the Associate Coordinator of ASHA's Division 10: Issues in Higher Education for two years (2008 and 2009) and has been a member of the steering committee for the past three years. She served as a committee member for the 2010 ASHA Academic and Educational Issues Convention Committee. She is the President of the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Her research focuses on student engagement, problem-based learning, the use of technology in the classroom, clinical training for undergraduate students, and evidence-based practice for functionally nonverbal children. She has presented at state, regional and national conventions/conferences and her work has appeared in Hearsay and Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education.