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References for Scholarship of
Teaching and Course/Teaching Portfolios

  1. Anderson, E. (. (1993). Campus use of the teaching portfolio: Twenty-five profiles. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.
  2. Boyer, E. L. (1990). Scholarship reconsidered: Priorities of the professoriate. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  3. Cambridge, B. (1996). The paradigm shift: Examining quality of teaching through assessment of student learning. Innovative Higher Education, 20(4), 287-298.
  4. Cerbin, W. (1995). Connecting assessment of learning to improvement of teaching through the course portfolio. Assessment Update, 7(1), 4-6.
  5. Cerbin, W. (1996). Inventing a new genre: The course portfolio at the University of Wisconsin - La Cross. In P. Hutchings (Ed.), Making teaching community property: A menu for peer collaboration and peer review (pp. 52-56). Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.
  6. Cross, K. P. (1990). Teachers as scholars. AAHE Bulletin, 43(4), 3-5.
  7. Diamond, R. M., & Bronwyn, E. A., (ed). (1995). The disciplines speak: Rewarding the scholarly, professional, and creative work of faculty. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Higher Education.
  8. Dunbar, S. (1996). Developing a course portfolio in math: A report from the Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln. In P. Hutchings (Ed.), Making teaching community property: A menu for peer collaboration and peer review (pp. 56-58). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Higher Education.
  9. Edgerton, R., Hutchings, P., & Quinlan, K. (1991). The teaching portfolio: Capturing the scholarship in teaching. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.
  10. Glassick, C. E., Huber, M. T., & Maeroff, G. I. (1997). Scholarship assessed: Evaluation of the professoriate. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  11. Hutchings, P. (. (1996). Making teaching community property: A menu of peer collaboration and peer review. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.
  12. Hutchings, P. (. (1998). The course portfolio: How faculty can examine their teaching to advance practice and improve student learning. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Higher Education.
  13. Millis, B. (1995). Shaping the reflective portfolio. Journal on excellence in college teaching, 6(1).
  14. Richlin, L., & Cox, M. D., (eds). (1995). Journal on excellence in college teaching, 6(1).
  15. Seldin, P. (1991). The teaching portfolio: A practical guide to improved performance and promotion/tenure decisions. Bolton, MA: Anker.
  16. Seldin, P. (1993). Successful use of teaching portfolios. Bolton, MA: Anker.
  17. Shulman, L. (1993, 30/January). Displaying teaching to a community of peers. AAHE national conference on faculty roles and rewards. San Antonio
  18. Shulman, L. (1993, November/December). Teaching as community property: Putting an end to pedagogical solitude. Change, 25(6), 6-7.
  19. Shulman, L. (1993). Teaching as community property: Putting an end to pedagogical solitude. Change, 25(6), 6-7.
  20. Shulman, L. (1998, 5/June). Advances in the scholarship of teaching: On the shoulders of Boyer. The Boyer legacy: Prospects for a new century. Hershey, PA.
  21. Shulman, L. (1998). Teacher portfolios: A theoretical activity. In N. Lyons (Ed.), With portfolio in hand: Validating the new teacher professionalism (pp. 23-37). New York: Teachers College Press.
  22. Shulman, L., Dunbar, S. R., & Sandefur, G. (1996, 21/January). Capturing the scholarship in teaching: The course portfolio. AAHE conference on faculty roles and rewards. Atlanta.
  23. Smith, R. (1995). Creating a culture of teaching through the teaching portfolio. Journal on excellence in college teaching, 6(1)