Volume 3

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EDITORIAL:

Reflections on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Richard L. Miller, PhD, University of Nebraska at Kearney

SCHOLARLY ARTICLES:

Trading Zones: Building Connections to Past Research in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Bruce Kelley, PhD, University of South Dakota

An Apology for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Jacqueline M. Dewar, PhD, Loyola Marymount University

Engaging Conversationally: A Method of Engaging Students in Their Learning and Examining Instruction

Michael Kiener, PhD, Maryville University

Exploring the Pedagogical Effectiveness of Clickers

Robin K. Morgan, PhD, Indiana University Southeast

Reflections on a Decade of Using the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Randall E. Osborne, PhD, Texas State University-San Marcos, Paul Kriese, PhD, Indiana University East, and Heather Tobey, Texas State University-San Marcos

The Co-Mentoring Project: Overview and Outcomes

Renée A. Zucchero, PhD, Xavier University

Faculty and Student Attitudes about Transfer of Learning

Robin Lightner, PhD, Ruth Benander, PhD, and Eugene F. Kramer, University of Cincinnati

Student Perceptions of Learner-Centered Teaching

DeDe Wohlfarth, PsyD, Daniel Sheras, MA, Jessica L. Bennett, MA, Bethany Simon, BA, Jody H. Pimentel, MS, and Laura E. Gabel, MA, Spalding University

Impact of Journaling on Students’ Self-Efficacy and Locus of Control

Krista K. Fritson, PsyD, University of Nebraska at Kearney