Seven Steps to Presenting and Publishing Your Teaching Innovations (Parts 1 and 2)
Presenters: Milt Cox and Gregg Wentzell, Center for Teaching Excellence
Faculty in increasing numbers are engaging scholarly teaching and learning projects that lead to presentation and publication of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). Participants in this two-part workshop, led by the Editor-in- Chief and Managing Editor of the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching and the Learning Communities Journal, will learn 7 steps to develop a teaching project into a presentation and publishable manuscript. Steps 1-5 (day 1) will
engage participants in selecting and designing a SoTL teaching project; steps 6-7 (day 2) will guide participants in transforming their project into a draft presentation and manuscript. Participants who complete the two-part workshop should have a draft presentation proposal and/or manuscript outline that can be revised for submission to a teaching and learning conference or journal.
Note: While all are welcome, this workshop is intended primarily for those who have not yet submitted a SoTL conference proposal or manuscript for publication.
Milt Cox, Director of the Lilly Conference on College Teaching, is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching and Learning Communities Journal and co-facilitates the Hesburgh Award-winning Alumni Teaching Scholars Community for Early-Career Faculty. Milt has been project director of a FIPSE grant establishing faculty learning community programs on other campuses. He is recipient of the Miami University Distinguished Service Award and a certificate of special achievement from the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education in recognition and appreciation of notable contributions to the profession of faculty, instructional, and organizational development.
Gregg Wentzell is Assistant Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence. He earned his Ph.D. in English at Miami in 1993 and was awarded the Sinclair Fellowship. He is Managing Editor of the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching and Learning Communities Journal. He has over 20 years of college teaching experience. In addition to being Lilly Conference Associate Director, Gregg does faculty consulting on teaching and writing, including Small-Group
Instructional Diagnosis (SGID). He presents seminars on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning both on-campus and at teaching and learning conferences. He has experience with and has participated in faculty learning communities.
Thursday, January 16 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Laws Hall, 320
551 E. High St., Oxford, OH 45056