• Go to the template planning document at http://tiny.cc/extend-SoTL-plan.
  • In the File menu on Google Docs, select the menu item to make a copy of the template file. Rename the file for yourself and your plan.
  • Begin to build your own SoTL plan based on this module of study and its resource links.

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3 Responses Completed for this Activity

  • Design Time (Melanie Lefebvre, @ProfMelLefebvre)

    I put the Scholar module aside for awhile and recently returned to it. My research question had evolved. I’ve found that participation has naturally improved as rapport has developed and students become more comfortable with small group work in class. What I’ve now become more curious about is how to help students become familiar and comfortable… Read more »

  • Working through SoTL questions (Irene Stewart, @IrenequStewart)

    My blog post answering the SoTL planning questions.

  • Designing in Action (Helen DeWaard, @hj_dewaard)

    The SoTL design forced me to review and circle back to the previous elements and blog posts I’d written. I’ve iterated and adjusted the design as I move through this module. I’ve tried to stay consistent, but I know there are elements that may need to be tweaked as the design process moves forward.

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