The Society for the Teaching of Psychology announces the 7th annual STP SoTL Writing Workshop for faculty and graduate students who would like to work on developing and/or accomplishing a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) project using a mentorship model. SoTL is defined as methodologically rigorous scholarly work conducted to enhance teaching and advance learning and resulting in peer-reviewed products made public.
The Writing Workshop will be offered in conjunction with the STP Annual Teaching Conference in San Antonio, October 20-21, 2017. In order to participate in the Workshop, you must commit to an opening session Friday morning at 8:30 am, as well as a Saturday afternoon session from 12pm - 2pm. Attendees should not plan to arrive late or leave early. You should also plan to bring a laptop computer and articles relevant to your project (in digital or hard-copy format). If you have collected data, bring a file with data entered into SPSS or a spreadsheet such as EXCEL.
Please complete the following questions.
What is your teaching question/research-project idea? Please
describe briefly below.
Please provide information on where you are in the research process (e.g., initial idea or a full
What major challenges do you face in completing this
project? What do you hope to accomplish by being part of this workshop?
Is there anything else you’d like to add? For example, what
makes if difficult for you to currently conduct SoTL? How many hours of courses
do you teach, and what challenges do you face when conducting research?