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.
You can learn more about upcoming Journal Club meetings on our event page
Journal Club Articles: 2018-2019
April 2019 Article: Beliefs or Intentionality? Instructor Approaches to ePortfolio Pedagogy
February 2019 Article: Optimizing the Use of Interpolated Tests: The Influence of Interpolated Test Lag
January 2019 Article: Self-Disclosure Decisions of University Students with Learning Disabilities
November 2018 Article: Sparking SoTL: Triggers and Stories from One Institution
September 2018 Article: Family portrait: a profile of educational developers around the world
Past Journal Club Meetings
February 2018 Article: Building the Teaching Commons
January 2018 Article: Improving student engagement: Ten proposals for action
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.
April 2017 Article: Putting Literacy in Its Place
March 2017 Article: Community-Based Research and Student Learning
November 2016 Article: The pedagogical balancing act: Teaching reflection in higher education
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 email@example.com
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.