Cultures of Teaching and Learning
Cultures of Teaching and Learning explored pedagogical changes in higher education to gain a better understanding of how scholars conduct themselves as educators, how cultures of teaching and learning develop and change, and how they connect with other aspects of academic life.
Mary Taylor Huber, Senior Scholar
Balancing Acts: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Academic Careers
By Mary Taylor Huber. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education, 2004. (Available through Stylus Publishing)
How can faculty integrate the scholarship of teaching and learning into their academic careers? Balancing Acts addresses this question through the experience of four scholars who have been innovators in their own classrooms, leaders of education initiatives in their institutions and disciplines, and pioneers in the scholarship of teaching and learning. The author looks at the routes these pathfinders have traveled through the scholarship of teaching and learning and at the consequences this work has had for the advancement of their careers, especially tenure and promotion.
Disciplinary Styles in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Exploring Common Ground
Edited by Mary Taylor Huber and Sherwyn P. Morreale. Washington, D.C: American Association for Higher Education, 2002. (Available through Stylus Publishing)
Will the scholarship of teaching and learning find its home with other pedagogical discussions—on the margins of most disciplines? Or will it be registered and legitimated within the heart of the disciplines themselves? In response to an orienting essay raising such questions, scholars from ten disciplines describe the history of discourse about teaching and learning their field; the ways in which their discipline’s style of discourse influences inquiry into teaching and learning, and the nature and role of intellectual exchange about teaching and learning across disciplines.
- Balancing Acts: Designing Careers Around the Scholarship of Teaching
Mary Taylor Huber
- Four-word: Against the Grain (PDF)
Lee S. Shulman
- Situating the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: A Cross-Disciplinary Conversation
Mary Huber and Sherwyn Morreale
- Disciplinary Styles in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Mary Taylor Huber
- Work that Matters should be Work that Counts
Mary Taylor Huber and Rebecca Cox