Winners Announced for the McGraw-Hill – Magna Publications Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award
Recognized at The Teaching Professor Conference, winners selected from 224 submissions
Announced last week at the sixth annual Teaching Professor Conference, the award recognizes outstanding scholarly articles on teaching and learning, and includes a
“Being that this was the first year for the award we really didn’t know what to expect in terms of submissions, but we were blown away by the quality and quantity of what we received,” said
The winning article:
The History Learning Project: A Department Decodes Its Students. Journal of American History, 94 (4), 1211-1224. Authors:
Does Faculty Research Improve Undergraduate Teaching? An Analysis of Existing and Potential Synergies. Journal of Engineering Education, 96 (4), 283-294. Authors:
Innovation Across the Curriculum: Three Case Studies in Teaching Science and Engineering Communication. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 51 (3), 280-301. Authors:
Please Don’t Give Up On Me: When Faculty Fail to Care. Journal of Management Education, 32 (3), 316-338. Authors:
You Can Lead Students to Sources, But Can You Make Them Think? Journal of College and Undergraduate Libraries, 15 (1-2), 173-210. Authors:
Magna will issue a Call for Nominations for next year’s Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award this summer at http://www.teachingprofessor.com/.
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