Some Resources To Stimulate Discussion In Mentoring Partnerships
Academica Top Ten
Active Learning in Higher Education
Dion, N. & Maldonado, V. (Oct. 31, 2013). Making the grades? Troubling trends in postsecondary students literacy. Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.
Here is an example of a short article in eCampus News that might be used as a starting point for your discussion: New, J. (Jan.29, 2014). Education’s ‘connected age’ demands major policy changes.
Here are examples of two articles in Faculty Focus that might be used as a starting point for your discussion:
Weimer, M. (Jan. 29, 2014). Four student misconceptions about learning.
Honeycut, B., Garrett, J. (Jan. 31, 2014) Expanding the definition of a flipped learning environment.
Inside Higher Ed
Here is an example of a short article that might be used as a starting point for your discussion: Mintz, S. (2014). Five ways that 21st century and 20th century learning will differ.
International Journal for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
SmartBrief for the Higher Ed Leader
The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Tomorrow’s Professor eNewsletter
Here are examples of articles from Tomorrow’s Professor that might be used as a starting point for your discussion:
Cooper, J. (2006). A baker’s dozen ideas to foster engagement.
Nilson, L. (2013). Self-regulated learning from live lectures.
The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education
The International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education