research product . Other ORP type . 2010

Teaching, Learning and Interning: From Teaching Internships to Scholarly Teaching

Herteis, Eileen M;
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  • Published: 15 Dec 2010
  • Publisher: Scholarship@Western
  • Country: Canada
Abstract
Mount Allison University, with about 2,400 students, is a small, undergraduate Liberal Arts and Science university with a long history of faculty-student collaboration in both research and cocurricular activities. In 2005, Mount Allison introduced the Undergraduate Teaching Internship Program in which professors and senior students collaborate in instruction. The program has quickly become for its faculty participants an important springboard for teaching innovation and scholarship. Almost immediately after its introduction, it became clear that the Undergraduate Teaching Internship Program addressed two distinct but overlapping needs—the first was predictable, ...
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free text keywords: internship, scholarly teaching, significant learning, faculty-student collaboration
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