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Using the Decoding the Disciplines Framework for Learning Across the Disciplines
Miller-Young, JaniceBoman, Jennifer
This special issue demonstrates how “Decoding the Disciplines” not only provides a framework for inquiry into teaching and learning disciplinary concepts, but also holds much potential for bridging disciplinary thinking and teaching practice across disciplines, and serving as a tool for both teaching and curriculum development. In Chapter 1, together with our Faculty Learning Community (FLC) co-authors, we describe the “Decoding the Disciplines” FLC at Mount Royal University, including how it started as a faculty development initiative, and how it developed into various teaching, curriculum, and research projects which are presented in detail in subsequent chapters. We hope that others will use and extend this work to inform ways of thinking, practicing, and being for both teaching and learning in higher education.
CurriculumDecoding across disciplinesTeachingScholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Miller-Young, J., & Boman, J. (Eds). (2017). Using the decoding the disciplines framework for learning across the disciplines. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Academic Development Centre, Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal Universit
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