Scholarship of Teaching Resources
Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CASTL)
CASTL represents a major initiative of The Carnegie Foundation. Launched in 1998, the program builds on a conception of teaching as scholarly work proposed in the 1990 report, Scholarship Reconsidered, by former Carnegie Foundation President Ernest Boyer, and on the 1997 follow-up publication, Scholarship Assessed, by Charles Glassick, Mary Taylor Huber, and Gene Maeroff.
Visible Knowledge Project
The Visible Knowledge Project (VKP) is a five-year project aimed at improving the quality of college and university teaching through a focus on both student learning and faculty development in technology-enhanced environments.
Creating a Culture for the Scholarship of Teaching, by Hugh Socket
Hugh T. Sockett (firstname.lastname@example.org) is Professor of Education at George Mason University (GMU) working in the Department of Public and International Affairs of the College of Arts and Sciences.
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning — the University of Saskatchewan
Adapted from Herteis, E. (Aug. 2002) What Is the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning?
Teaching & Learning Bridges. 1 (2).
The Scholarship of Teaching: What's the Problem?
Carnegie Scholar Randy Bass describes how he came to view problems in teaching as opportunities for exploration. "Discovering problems worth pursuing," he writes, will be the movementís definitive measure of success.