Welcome to ISSoTL

The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning (ISSOTL) serves faculty members, staff, and students who care about teaching and learning as serious intellectual work. The goal of the Society is to foster inquiry and disseminate findings about what improves and articulates post-secondary learning and teaching.

ISSOTL hosts an annual conference and publishes Teaching & Learning Inquiry.

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International Collaborative Writing Groups: A Space for Students

by Sophia Abbot, ISSOTL Board of Directors Student Representative

Call for Applications: 2019 ISSOTL International Collaborative Writing Groups

Dear ISSOTL member,
 
Please consider applying for the following member opportunity to participate in an International Collaborative Writing Group (ICWG). Applications are due no later than March 15, 2019.
 

Publications Advisory Committee announces Teaching & Learning Inquiry Associate Editors

The Publications Advisory Committee, which helps to guide and plan for the development of the Society’s journal, Teaching & Learning Inquiry, is pleased to announce the selection of three associate editors: Stephen Bloch-Schulman, Lucy Mercer-Mapstone, and Kelly Schrum. You will find a brief biographical note from each of them below.

ISSOTL Board Elections – Call for nominations and self-nominations 2019

The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, a growing international organization dedicated to the scholarship of teaching and learning, needs leaders who are original thinkers, hard workers, and esteemed colleagues in the profession. ISSOTL's representatives establish new directions for this organization while managing ongoing activities and services of the Society.

The ISSOTL Leadership and Elections Committee welcomes suggestions for nominees, including self-nominations, to roles on the ISSOTL Board for the following positions:

Students as Partners at ISSOTL 2018

by Sophia Abbot and Ketevan Kupatadze

Students as Partners (SaP) had a major presence at the 2018 International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) conference in Bergen, Norway, this past October. Twenty of the 247 conference sessions, and two of the six pre-conference workshops were either focused on SaP work or drew on SaP literature. Not only were numerous panels organized around the topic, but our colleagues from diverse institutions were intrigued by this relatively new pedagogy and attended the presentations in the hopes of learning about SaP and applying it to their teaching in the future. We (Ketevan and Sophia) attended the conference and were struck by the prominent place SaP held within the larger SoTL conversations. We saw some of the core topics of SaP sessions this year pushing SoTL in important directions.

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