References and notes organized by our agenda

1st Annual Educational Developers Caucus (EDC) Institute, Novice Stream References and links to material we refer to and use in this stream, organized in the approximate order it appears in our three days together:

Educational developer pathways and related:

McDonald, J., & Stockley, D. (2008). Pathways to the profession of educational development: An international perspective. International Journal for Academic Development, 13(3), 213-218.

Also see:

Amundsen, C., and Wilson, M. (2012). Are we asking the right questions? A conceptual review of educational development in higher education. Review of Educational Research 82(1), 90-126.

Gosling, D., J. McDonald and D. Stockley. 2007. We did it our way! Narratives of pathways to the profession of educational development. Issue 8.4 (November, 2007). Educational Developments. The Magazine of the Staff and Educational Development Association Ltd. (SEDA). www.seda.ac.uk

McAlpine, L., Amundsen, C., Clement, M., & Light, G. (2009). Challenging the assumptions of what we do as academic developers. Journal of Continuing Studies, 31(3), 261-280.

Simmons, N. 2010. Canadian Educational Development Website:  More ebb than flow? Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT). Volume 3. Article 12. p. 69-74. http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/CELT/article/view/3242/2618

Sorcinelli, M.D., A.E. Austin, P.L. Eddy and A.L. Beach. 2006. Creating the future of faculty development: Learning from the past, understanding the present. Bolton, Massachusetts:  Anker Publishing Co.

Educational development portfolios and philosophy statements:

Kenny, Natasha. Blog: https://natashakenny.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/soaring-high-supporting-the-development-of-an-educational-development-ed-philosophy-statement/?goback=%2Egde_4438375_member_257479132

Something to fill in now or once you get home:  Draw a chart of My travels as an educational developer copy

Holmes, Trevor and Julie Timmerman, of the University of Waterloo, led an EDC pre-conference workshop in 2012 on ED portfolios; see their materials at http://eddossierproject.wikispaces.com/

The University of Windsor holds an annual Teaching Dossier Academy. In June, 2012, they introduced a stream for educational developers dossiers/portfolios. Watch for upcoming announcements to the EDC listserv about the next Academy, June 2-6, 2013.   See http://www1.uwindsor.ca/ctl/tda#tda
 for a video and http://www1.uwindsor.ca/ctl/system/files/TDA-brochure.pdf

 for a brochure.

Three examples from colleagues (used with permission):

Judy Chan http://blogs.ubc.ca/jchan/

Isabeau Iqbal Isabeauiqbal.ca

Jordanne Christie https://sites.google.com/site/jordanneportfolio/curriculum-development-and-or-development-of-innovative-teaching-learning-materials

Also see:

Stavros, Jacqueline, Cooperrider, DL, & Kelley, D Lynn. (2003). Strategic inquiry appreciative intent: inspiration to SOAR, a new framework for strategic planning. AI Practitioner. November, 10-17.

Stavros, Jacqueline M, & Hinrichs, Gina. (2011). The Thin Book Of SOAR: Building Strengths-Based Strategy: Thin Book Publishing.

Wright, W Alan, & E Miller, Judith. (2000). The educational developer’s portfolio. International Journal for Academic Development, 5(1), 20-29. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/136014400410079#.UgUrG6y0RI0

Land, R. (2001). Agency, context and change in academic development. The International Journal for Academic Development, 6(1), 4-20.

Core Competencies of Educational Developers:

Dawson, D., J. Britnell, and A. Hitchcock. 2009. Developing Competency Models of Faculty Developers. Using World Café to Foster Dialogue. In L. Nilson and J.E. Miller, Eds. To Improve the Academy: Resources for faculty, instructional and organizational development. Volume 28, p. 3-24. San Francisco, CA:  Jossey-Bass/Anker. http://www.stlhe.ca/constituencies/educational-developers-caucus/resources/

Rodgers, R. 2012. Entry-level Faculty Developer Competencies Matrix with competencies from Dawson et al., 2009, adding current and possible new pathways to achieve each. http://www.stlhe.ca/constituencies/educational-developers-caucus/new-educational-developers-institute/edc-institute-resources/

Note:  In chatting about the competencies, the group felt that some need to be added:  To traits:  Confidentiality; To skills:  Technical, Adaptability, Capacity-building (relates to Attitude too) and to competencies:  Coaching

Roderick, C., and F. Isukuru. 2011. Charting Forward: The career advancement of new educational developers. 2011 EDC Grant Project.

http://www.stlhe.ca/constituencies/educational-developers-caucus/grants/

In February, 2013, Nicola Simmons (Brock University) and Ruth (Durham College) led pre-conference EDC Institute sessions related to core competencies focused around ethical practice. See related refs and more details at http://www.stlhe.ca/constituencies/educational-developers-caucus/new-educational-developers-institute/edc-institute-resources/

2013 EDC conference at Wilfrid Laurier University, February, 2013 had as its theme, Crossing Boundaries, Building Capacity. You can find the conference program (and who presented what), as well as download the slides of keynote Connie Schroeder (click on Keynote Speaker) at http://www.wlu.ca/page.php?grp_id=12499&p=22794

Routes and resources for developing ED skills:

Covey, S.R. 1989. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. Free Press

Davis, S. http://facilitatoru.com/blog/ and especially http://facilitatoru.com/blog/?s=facilitation+checklists+collection

Kerpen, D. 2013. 6 Secrets to Better Networking. http://www.davekerpen.com/blog/6-secrets-to-better-networking-at-conferences.html

West, Kim. and Carolyn Hoessler. 2013. University of Saskatchewan. Rapport in educational development consultations.

Specific to Facilitation:

Thiagarajan, S. 1998. The Secrets of Successful Facilitators. http://www.thiagi.com/article-secrets.html

Programs, Workshops and Resources:

Cassidy, Alice. 2011c. Communities of Practice:  A checklist for success. Transformative Dialogues: teaching and learning eJournal. Volume 4, Issue 3, March 2011. Learning Communities: Online and Face to Face. http://kwantlen.ca/TD/TD.4.3/TD.4.3.6_Cassidy_Communities_of_Practice.pdf

Eison, J. and E. Steeves. 1995. Faculty Workshops and Institutes. Chapter 8 (p 206-236) in Teaching Improvement Practices: Successful Strategies for Higher Education. W. Alan Wright and Associates. Bolton, MA:  Anker Publishing Company, Inc. See a review http://www.lib.unb.ca/Texts/Teaching/bin/get2.cgi?directory=SEPT98/&filename=Book.html

Impact and assessment of T&L Centers: https://sites.google.com/a/podnetwork.org/wikipodia/Home/topics-for-discussion/impact-_of_teaching_centers 

See this recent resource created in BC:  Randall, N., P. Heaslip, P., and D. Morrison. 2013. Campus-based Educational Development & Professional Learning: Dimensions and Directions. Vancouver, BC, Canada: BCcampus. http://urls.bccampus.ca/24h

An Open Educational Resource found on the SCoPE site, a total of 21 BC colleges, institutes and universities contributed to this study of teaching and learning enhancement structures, practices and directions, including comprehensive conceptual frameworks that illustrate dimensions and models for organizing educational development and chapters on many related topics.

Tools and Techniques for educational developers:

Surveys and related: Background Knowledge Probe (designed by Mimi Harris Steadman at University of California, Berkeley) – has been used in a Reading and Literacy course at Phoenix College site. You can download the survey here:  http://pc.maricopa.libguides.com/content.php?pid=118016&sid=1086326

A Tool for Measuring Active Learning in the Classroom and other ideas http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2064883/

National Survey on Student Engagement (NSSE) http://nsse.iub.edu/

Community College Survey of Student Engagement (CCSSE) http://www.ccsse.org/

Sawada, D., M.D. Piburn, E. Judson, J. Turley, K. Falconer, R. Benford and I. Bloom. (2002). Measuring reform practices in science and

mathematics classrooms: The Reformed Teaching Observation Protocol. School Science and Mathematics: 102, 245–253.

Surveys based on self-determination theory, Purdue University http://selfdeterminationtheory.org/questionnaires

ALIT (Active Learning Inventory Tool) at Northeastern University http://activelearning.uta.edu/QEP/assets/alit/ALIT%20Study.pdf

Also see Van Amburgh, J.A., J.W. Devlin, J.L. Kirwin and D.M. Qualters. 2007. A Tool for Measuring Active Learning in the Classroom. Am. J. Pharm. Educ. October 15; 71(5): 85. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2064883/

Icebreakers and other activities for educational development events: https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/in-class-activities/ways-to-get-to-know-everyone-at-the-start-of-a-course/icebreakers-and-other-activities-for-educational-development-events/

Also see:

Cassidy, Alice. 2011. Building Critical Reflection into CSL Group Assignments:  Show what you learned in school today. Pages 198-202. Chapter 10.5. Example Syllabi and Assignments. http://ethicsofisl.ubc.ca/?page_id=1750 Global Praxis: Exploring the ethics of engagement abroad. http://ethicsofisl.ubc.ca/downloads/_2011-EIESL-kit-loRes.pd

Cassidy, A. 2010. Learning Portfolios: Creative Connections between Formal and Informal Learning. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT), Volume 3. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE). http://apps.medialab.uwindsor.ca/ctl/CELT/vol3/CELT11.pdf

Cassidy, A. 2009. 50 ways to lure your learner. Volume II, Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT). Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE); http://apps.medialab.uwindsor.ca/ctl/CELT/vol2/CELT1.pdf

Cassidy, A. 2009. Follow the trail from learning to teaching with real world connections. Transformative Dialogues: Teaching and Learning Journal. March 2009 http://kwantlen.ca/TD/TD.2.3/TD.2.3_Cassidy_Follow_the_trail.pdf

Cassidy, A., M. Nabavii and Y. Sipos. 2008. Learning Objectives and Objectives. In Road to Global Citizenship: An Educators’ Toolbook.  (Harlap, Y., Editor). Centre for Teaching and Academic Growth, in collaboration with UNICEF, University of British Columbia. http://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:CTLT_programs/Global_Citizenship/Road_to_Global_Citizenship

Cassidy, Alice. 2007. Teaching and learning approaches. Pages 60-61. Road to Global Citizenship. An Educator’s Toolbook (Yael Harlap, Editor). Centre for Teaching and Academic Growth. University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada. http://gc.ctlt.ubc.ca/

Cassidy, A. 2007. Learning:  The Times, the Ways, and the Places. The Teaching Professor. January, 2007. Volume 21 (1): 4. http://www.magnapubs.com/newsletter/issue/681/

Cassidy, A., T. Griffiths and J. Nakonechny. 2001. Concept Mapping: Mirroring processes of thinking and learning. Tapestry. Number 4. September, 2001. Centre for Teaching and Academic Growth (TAG). University of British Columbia. http://tag-test.olt.ubc.ca/Tapestry/Number4/mapping.html

To download for use as is or to adapt (please cite):

Human Bingo for teaching or educational development: https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/in-class-activities/ways-to-get-to-know-everyone-at-the-start-of-a-course/human-bingo-icebreaker/

CBAM and Value Line https://cassidyinview.wordpress.com/in-class-activities/group-work/cbam-concerns-based-adoption-model-and-value-line/

Active Listening (used with permission) Active Listening Skills

Also go to In-class Activities (one of the tabs at the top of this website) and view the drop-down menu for many other activities you can use or adapt in a class with students or a workshop with teachers.

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and Peer Mentoring:

See the new Peer Mentoring action group via EDC and its link to the Living Plan – http://www.stlhe.ca/constituencies/educational-developers-caucus/edc-professional-development-plan/

The most recent EDC Resource Review focused on mentoring: http://edcresourcereview.blogspot.ca/

Also related to this topic, see Cassidy, Alice and Jack Lee. 2011. Peer Review:  Structured, informal, confidential, helpful! Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching (CELT), Volume 4. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/CELT/article/view/3275

Zachary, Lois. 2011. The Mentor’s Guide: Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships http://www.amazon.ca/The-Mentors-Guide-Facilitating-Relationships/dp/047090772X

And http://leadservs.com/lois-zachary.php

Take action:

See other action groups via EDC such as Education for Sustainability, Educational Developers Portfolio, Social Media: http://www.stlhe.ca/constituencies/educational-developers-caucus/edc-special-projects-action-groups/

New SOTL Special Interest Group, headed up by Nicola Simmons. See http://www.stlhe.ca/special-interest-groups/scholarship-of-teaching-and-learning-canada/ and for other Special Interest Groups.

Top Ten Articles in International Journal for Academic Development (on a tab on the far right). The authors include EDC folk such as Lynn Taylor, Dieter Schönwetter, Sue Fostaty Young and other active in SOTL such as Caroln Kreber and Keith Trigwell http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/journal.asp?issn=1360-144x&linktype=10

Cassidy, A. and G. Poole. 2008. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL): Some suggested steps for getting started. Pages 54-61. In Canuto, L., and S. Bonic (Editors). 2008. New Faculty Teaching Guide. Centre for Teaching and Academic Growth, University of British Columbia. (Contact Alice if you cannot find it online). Overview: Steps to Scholarly Research

Also see: Hubball, Harry, Pearson, Marion L, & Clarke, Anthony. (2013). SoTL Inquiry in Broader Curricular and Institutional Contexts: Theoretical Underpinnings and Emerging Trends. Teaching and Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal, 1(1), 41-57.

Christensen Hughes, Julia, & Mighty, Joy. (2010). Taking Stock: Research on teaching and learning in higher education. McGill-Queen University Press, Kingston, ON.

Grabove, V., Kustra, E., Lopes, V., Potter, M.K., Wiggers, R., & Woodhouse, R. (2012). Teaching and Learning Centres: Their Evolving Role Within Ontario Colleges and Universities.  Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Excerpts we used for the Jigsaw activity:

Constructivism (philosophy of education) from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constructivism_(philosophy_of_education

Kolb, D. and R.E. Boyatzis. 2001. Experiential Learning Theory:  Previous Research and New Directions. p. 227-228 in Sternberg, R.J. and L. Zhang, eds. 2001. Perspectives on Thinking, Learning and Cognitive Styles. Mahwash, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Technology to Support Learning p. 226-227 from Bransford, J.D., A.L. Brown and R.R. Cocking, editors. 2000. How People Learn.  Brain, Mind, Experience, and School. Committee on Developments in the Science of Learning. Washington:  National Academy Press. Expanded edition, 374 pages. Available online at http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?isbn=0309065577

What Factors Motivate Students to Learn p. 64-75 from Ambrose, S., M.W. Bridges, M. DiPietro, M.C. Lovett and M.K. Norman. (2010). How Learning Works: 7 Research-based principles for smart teaching. The Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series. San Francisco:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Related to Teaching and Learning Centres

Hilsen, L.R and E.C. Wadsworth. 2002. Staging Successful Workshops. Chapter 11 in A Guide to Faculty Development. Gillespie, K.J, L.R. Hilsen and E.C. Wadsworth,  Editors. Bolton, MA:  Anker.

Lunde, J.P. and M.M. Healy. 2002. A Faculty Development Committee Checklist. Chapter 23 in A Guide to Faculty Development. Gillespie, K.J, L.R. Hilsen and E.C. Wadsworth,  Editors. Bolton, MA:  Anker.

Lucas, A.F. 2002. Reaching the Unreachable: Improving the Teaching of Poor Teachers. Chapter 16 in A Guide to Faculty Development. Gillespie, K.J, L.R. Hilsen and E.C. Wadsworth,  Editors. Bolton, MA:  Anker.

Sorcinelli, M.D. 2002. Ten Principles of Good Practice in Creating and Sustaining Teaching and Learning Centers. Chapter 2 in A Guide to Faculty Development. Gillespie, K.J, L.R. Hilsen and E.C. Wadsworth,  Editors. Bolton, MA:  Anker.

Yes, this book was a classic. And there is now a second edition, 2010 – check it out with a web search!

Teaching and learning principles and related to research on the topic

Ambrose, S.,  M.W. Bridges, M. DiPietro, M.C. Lovett and M.K. Norman. (2010). How Learning Works: 7 Research-based principles for smart teaching. The Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series. San Francisco:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Angelo, T. and K.P. Cross. (1993). Classroom assessment techniques:  A handbook for college teachers. San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass.

Bloom, B.S. (Ed.,1956). Taxonomy of educational objectives: The classification of educational goals: Handbook I, cognitive domain. New York; Toronto: Longmans, Green. See http://www.coun.uvic.ca/learn/program/hndouts/bloom.html for chart adapted from Bloom.

Boschloo, A. T. Leeuwen, J. Merrienboer, J. Jolles, J. Hell, S. Manlove, K. Jenks, T. Gog and T. Jong. 2009. Explorations in Learning and the Brain. On the Potential of Cognitive Neuroscience for Educational Science. Springer. http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-0-387-89512-3/page/1 (Thanks to Sarah Bowers for this reference.)

Bransford, J.D., A.L. Brown and R.R. Cocking, editors. (2000). How People Learn.  Brain, Mind, Experience, and School. Committee on Developments in the Science of Learning. Washington:  National Academy Press. Expanded edition, 374 pages. Available online at http://www.nap.edu/openbook.php?isbn=030906557

Driscoll, M.P. (2002). How people learn (and what technology might have to do with it).
 http://www.ericdigests.org/2003-3/learn.htm

Felder, R. (1988). Learning and Teaching Styles in Engineering Education. Engineering Education, 78(7), 674–681.

Also see:  Felder, R. Resources in Science and Engineering Education. Richard Felder’s Home Page:  http://www4.ncsu.edu/unity/lockers/users/f/felder/public/

Fink, L. D. (2003). Creating significant learning experiences: An integrated approach to designing college courses. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Gardner, H. 1993. Multiple Intelligences: New horizons in theory and practice. Publisher: Basic Books.

Kolb, D. R.E. Boyatzis and C. Mainemelis. 2001. Experiential Learning Theory: Previous research and new directions.  P. 227-247. Chapter 9 in Perspectives on Thinking, Learning and Cognitive Styles. (R.J. Sternberg and L. Zhang, Editors). Mahwash, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.

Pratt, D.D. (1998). Five Perspectives on Teaching in Adult and Higher Education. Melbourne, FL:  Krieger Publishing. Also see Teaching Perspectives Inventory: http://teachingperspectives.com/

Svinicki, M. (2004). Learning and motivation in the postsecondary classroom. Bolton, MA: Anker.

Svinicki, M. (1998).  A theoretical foundation for discovery learning. American Journal of Physiology. 275 (Adv. Physiol. Educ. 20) S4-S7.

Svinicki, M. and N.M. Dixon. 1987. The Kolb Model Modified for Classroom Activities. College Teaching. Vol. 35. No. 4. P. 141-146. Fall, 1987.

Vella, J. 2008.  On Teaching and Learning: Putting the Principles and Practices of Dialogue Education into Action.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (thanks to Carol Appleby for this reference)

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