Reflective practice is a key component of SoTL activity.  Often, it is the reflections that practitioners make on their work that become the stimuli for their research ideas.

  • Have a good look at each of the SoTL research outputs—the demonstrations of scholarship—from the SFU SoTL study.
  • Update your SoTL research plan with a dissemination strategy for making public the key findings of your research study.

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3 Responses Completed for this Activity

  • Slow and Steady (Melanie Lefebvre, @ProfMelLefebvre)

    As for dissemination of knowledge, I’m lucky to work at an institution with an innovation hub which is a natural way to assist in knowledge dissemination. This provides a perfect avenue to consult with colleagues informally or at a more formal level such as a scheduled professional development session. Not only is there an innovation hub,… Read more »

  • Dilemmas with Scholar Module (Irene Stewart, @IrenequStewart)

    Reflection on a couple of issues include if I can publish my results.

  • Reflecting in Action (Helen DeWaard, @hj_dewaard)

    It’s not enough to have a dissemination plan. I need to be reflecting in, on, and of actions throughout this SoTL project. Just as rapid prototyping in the design of a bicycle or car requires adjustments as the product is being built, so too will this SoTL project adapt and iterate in action. With a… Read more »

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