Academic Exchange Quarterly
Winter 2008, Volume 12, Issue 4
Expanded issue up to 400+ pages.
Articles on various topics plus the following special section.
The scholarship of teaching and learning
Feature Editor:
Vacant ... apply now.
Authors: even though there is no editor
we continue accepting submissions. See below.
Focus:
What does it mean "to learn"? What kinds of teaching strategies maximize student learning? How do affective factors such as feelings and emotions influence learning? How do cognitive and environmental factors influence learning? Are there cognitive/affective interactions or affective/environmental interactions or even cognitive/environmental interactions that impact learning? What are the essential elements of effective teaching or effective learning? These are a few of the questions raised by the topic, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. As teachers, we need to be not only masters of our disciplines but also masters of the learning process. As teacher-scholars, we investigate teaching strategies, pose hypotheses about learning that can be tested, and assess outcomes in the context of various disciplines and various learning paradigms. The result is a reflective, on-going process and a "meta-pedagogy" that is dynamic.

Who May Submit:
Papers are invited that focus on issues and research related to this "meta-pedagogy." Subject areas might include classroom methods, teaching technologies, assessment that enhances learning, strategies that promote equal opportunity in the classroom, learning styles and beliefs, outcomes-based learning, teacher effectiveness, the use of writing journals or other approaches to represent and assess thinking processes, meta-cognitive strategies used by teachers or students, and the use of different models of learning such as constructivist or behaviorist. Papers may represent investigations at any grade level, K-graduate level. Please identify your submission with keyword: SCHOLAR

Submission deadline:
any time until the end of August 2008; see details for other deadline options like early, regular, and short.

Submission Procedure:
http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/rufen1.htm    or    http://www.higher-ed.org/AEQ/rufen1.htm
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ACTIVE-L 
ADLTMETH-L
AERA
AERA-A
AERA-B
AERA-C
AERA-J
AERA-K
AERA-GSL
ALTLEARN
CNEDUC-L
DE-L
DEOS-L
DEOS-R
DIME-L
EDNET
ERL-L
JEI-L
MEDIA-L
NETTEACH
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Sislt-edtech@coe.missouri.edu
Sislt-phd@coe.missouri.edu

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