Tuesday, 29 October 2019

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education (TLTHE) serves as a forum for the reflective work of college faculty and students working together to explore and enact effective classroom practice. Published three times per year, the journal is premised on the centrality to successful pedagogy of dialogue and collaboration among faculty and students in explorations and revisions of approaches to teaching and learning in higher education. The journal has several aims:
● To include student perspectives and voices in analyses, affirmations, and revisions of educational practice at the post-secondary level
● To offer windows onto the development of pedagogical insights that faculty and students gain when they collaborate on explorations of classroom practice and systematically reflect on that collaboration
● To create forums for dialogue between faculty and students whose work is featured in this journal and others engaged in similar work
● To explore in particular the challenges and possibilities of such collaborations

Current Issue: Issue 28 (2019)
Fall 2019


Striving to Make French and Francophone Studies More Inclusive
Kathryne Adair Corbin and Carol Lee Diallo
Dwelling in Discomfort
Ken Koltun-Fromm and Amaka Eze
Pink Bagels and Persistence
Helen White and Paul Wynkoop

Saturday, 12 October 2019

Fwd: Latest issue of International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) 3(2) is published

The 6th issue of the International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) is available from https://mulpress.mcmaster.ca/ijsap/issue/view/350

In this issue you will find 16 manuscripts - 1 editorial, 5 research articles, 6 case studies, 2 reflective essays, 1 opinion piece, and 1 review. Together these contributions have been written by 26 faculty/staff and 18 students from Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, UK and USA.

The journal, which is hosted by McMaster University Library Press, is co-edited by students and staff/ faculty from Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, the UK, and the US. Traditionally students have largely been excluded from engaging in academic publishing.1

If you enjoy this Issue we hope you will support the journal in a variety of ways including:

a)      Writing for the journal in any of the genres we publish. Please contact us with your ideas. We encourage you to send us (ijsap@mcmaster.ca<mailto:ijsap@mcmaster.ca>) your proposals for articles, case studies, or reflective pieces before you submit them using our proforma https://tinyurl.com/IJSaPproposal.

b)      Reviewing for IJSaP. We will provide training for inexperienced reviewers (students and faculty/staff). If you are interested, please complete the reviewer expression of interest form<https://goo.gl/forms/lagSTJPSms0mTOaH3>.

c)       Telling others about the journal and contributions that you find particularly interesting. E.g. by forwarding this email to your local and disciplinary teaching and learning networks, and commenting on Twitter: @InterJournalSaP

d)      Checking that your library lists IJSaP in their catalogue and knowing it is freely available from https://mulpress.mcmaster.ca/ijsap.

We welcome hearing your views about the journal. Please send us an email (ijsap@mcmaster.ca<mailto:ijsap@mcmaster.ca>).

Anthony Cliffe, Alison Cook-Sather, Nattalia Godbold, Mick Healey, Ruth Healey, Beth Marquis, Kelly Matthews, Elaina Nguyen, Anita Ntem, Caelan Rafferty, and Cherie Woolmer, the IJSaP Editorial Board

1 Healey, R. L., Healey, M. , & Cliffe, A. (2018) Engaging in radical work: Students as partners in academic publishing<http://www.efficiencyexchange.ac.uk/12775/engaging-radical-work-students-partners-academic-publishing/>, Efficiency Exchange

Professor Mick Healey BA PhD NTF PFHEA

Higher Education Consultant and Researcher,
Emeritus Professor University of Gloucestershire,
The Humboldt Distinguished Scholar in Research-Based Learning McMaster University,
International Teaching Fellow University College Cork,
Visiting Fellow University of Queensland.
[Smaller logo V1]Inaugural Senior Editor International Journal for Students as Partners: https://mulpress.mcmaster.ca/ijsap;
Advance-HE Associate and UKPSF Accreditor.

International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Distinguished Service Award 2015.

Email: mhealey@glos.ac.uk<https://staffmail.glos.ac.uk/owa/UrlBlockedError.aspx>; alternative: mickhealey.heconsultants@btinternet.com<mailto:mickhealey.heconsultants@btinternet.com>;
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Latest publications:
(2018) "It depends": Exploring the context-dependent nature of students as partners' practices and policies. International Journal for Students as Partners, 2(1) https://mulpress.mcmaster.ca/ijsap/article/view/3472 (Healey, M., & Healey, R. L.)
(2019) Enhancing outcomes and reducing inhibitors to the engagement of students and staff in learning and teaching partnerships: Implications for academic development.<https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/dtpke2NzsTAYemRbEjyM/full> International Journal for Academic Development 24(3), 246-259 (Matthews, K. E., Mercer-Mapstone, L., Lucie Dvorakova, S., Acai, A., Cook-Sather , A., Felten, P., Healey, M., Healey, R. L., & Marquis, E.)
(2019) Growing partnership communities: What experiences of an international institute suggest about developing student-staff partnership in higher education<https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/ZTEkVF9I43GQxitp6cCg/full?target=10.1080/14703297.2018.1424012>. Innovations in Education and Teaching International 56(2), 184-194 (Marquis, E., Guitman, R., Black, C., Healey, M., Matthews, K. E., & Dvorakova, L. S.)
(2019) Writing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Articles for Peer-Reviewed Journals. Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 7(2), 28-50. https://doi.org/10.20343/teachlearninqu.7.2.3 (Healey, M., Matthews, K. E., & Cook-Sather, A.)

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