Now we move into the phase where you will outline a research plan for an SoTL project in your area of interest.

You will be doing your work in a document that will be used for the remaining activities in this module, and eventually shared in a SoTL Research Plan Folder with the ones done by previous participants.

If you want to work in Google Docs, you can make a copy of the SoTL Research Plan template that is saved in your own account. When the copy is made, edit the file name to include your name. Or if you prefer to edit in another format, you can view the document now and use the File -> Download menu to save it as a MS Word document.

  • Examine each of the practice resource links provided in the Considerations section and the SoTL Explorer.
  • Use your SoTL Research Plan (Google doc or other format) to further refine your thinking about an area of research interest and a potential framework you are considering.
  • Update your Research Plan to further refine your thinking about an area of research interest and a potential framework you are considering.
  • If you are using a Google Doc, click the Share button in the top right, then Get Sharable Link to find the web address for sharing your document as a response to this activity.

Example for "SoTL #3 – Refine Your SoTL Plan":
https://padlet.com/davidp4/4ljtpbaw5iab

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After you do this activity, please share it so it can appear with other responses below. If your response exists at a public viewable URL, you can add the information directly to this site.

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6 Responses Completed for this Activity

  • A Plan for a SoTL Project (Lynn Chartrand, @lynn_chartrand)

    This blog post contains my ideas for a SoTL project. Please feel free to read.

  • My SOTL Plan for Group Work (Mel Young, @melyoung00)

    My full response to the Scholar module of OE.

  • Initial Idea (Melanie Lefebvre, @ProfMelLefebvre)

    I was tasked to consider an area of interest. Initially, I narrowed it down to increase classroom participation. Because I am teaching a program with many practical application aspects, it is important that students are regularly applying what they’ve learned before entering the field. Students however have expressed reservations about role-plays in front of the classroom…. Read more »

  • Focusing my area of research (Irene Stewart, @IrenequStewart)

    Working outloud on trying to find a research project that will work in my role as faculty advisor to Tutoring Services.

  • Framing my SoTL project (Irene Stewart, @IrenequStewart)

    Area of research I have decided to focus on an area of tutor training, specifically, the technique I share called Simulated Instruction Model. This was a model that I first learned about while doing post-grad certificates in Learning Disabilities specialization at Cambrian College. I can’t find any online references to it so I am considering… Read more »

  • Defining and Refining (Helen DeWaard, @hj_dewaard)

    This is my effort to define the purpose and refine the methods to complete this SoTL proposal, while staying true to my reason for doing this work.

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