Journal Club Articles

The Teaching Commons hosts a monthly Journal Club meeting to facilitate and encourage informal discussions of the scholarship of teaching and learning. Join us in reading a new article each month to discuss ideas, reactions, and questions with fellow colleagues interested in exploring innovation in teaching and learning.

Upcoming Journal Club Meetings

Tuesday, April 24 | 2-3:30pm

Past Journal Club Meetings

March 2018 Article: The Effects of Attendance on Academic Performance: Panel Data Evidence for Introductory Microeconomics

February 2018 Article: Building the Teaching Commons

January 2018 Article: Improving student engagement: Ten proposals for action

November 2017 Article: Shifting Identities and Blurring Boundaries: the Emergence of Third Space Professionals in UK Higher Education

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October 2017 Article: Oakley, B., Felder, R. M., Brent, R., & Elhajj, I. (2004). Turning student groups into effective teams. Journal of Student Centered Learning, 2(1), 9-34.

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September 2017 Article: Making the Connection Between Research and Reality: Strategies Teachers Use to Read and Evaluate Journal Articles

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May 2017 Article: Educational Development as Pink Collar Labor: Implications and Recommendations

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April 2017 Article: Putting Literacy in Its Place

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March 2017 Article: Community-Based Research and Student Learning

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February 2017 Article: Is active learning like broccoli? Student perceptions of active learning in large lecture classes

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January 2017 Article: Cutting the distance in distance education: Perspectives on what promotes positive, online learning experiences

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November 2016 Article: The pedagogical balancing act: Teaching reflection in higher education

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If you have any suggestions for articles to discuss, or if you are interested in hosting a Journal Club meeting, email Lisa Endersby, Educational Developer, at lendersb@yorku.ca

York University Libraries offer a variety of Research Guides to assist you in finding additional readings and research on topics discussed in the Journal Club.