Book Title: Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence, Fall 2022
Book Description: Research on an instrument for encouraging reflective teaching practice. Guidance for developing a teaching portfolio. Survey information from students on their experience with design elements in the Quality Matters rubric. The impact of a faculty development workshop on math instruction. Research into the effect of COVID-19 on various obstacles students face to their learning.
The Fall 2022 issue presents research and guidance on topics related to reflective practice and learning. The first article examines the impact of the SOAP Notes tool on teaching, learning, and instructor reflection. The second article provides guidance for faculty on how to collect, explain, and showcase their efforts in a teaching portfolio. Article three shares the findings of a student survey to identify students’ experience with the design elements found in the Quality Matters rubric. In article four, the authors detail the design and impact of a faculty development workshop for math instruction and how the impact related to the pre-workshop mindset of the instructor. The fifth and final article reveals research into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on various obstacles students face to their learning.
This book is a cloned version of Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence, Spring 2022 by Diana L. Moss, Ph.D., Rachel Wilson, Ph.D., Danielle Divis, Samantha Sommers, Michelle Unigarro, Danielle Vantassel, Claudia Bertolone-Smith, Ph.D., Alison Puliatte, Ph.D., Jennifer Zakrzewski, Ph.D., BriAnne Newton, MLIS, Julian Ledford, Tijá Odoms, Morgan Robertson, Marla K. Robertson, Ph.D., and Jason Olsen, Ph.D., published using Pressbooks by Utah State University, Office of Empowering Teaching Excellence under a All Rights Reserved license. It may differ from the original.
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Higher education, tertiary education