ISBN 0-9709895-1-13
           Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Part 3
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  1. 5817-v154313-9l Guiding Students As They Learn to Lead
          Carolyn D. Roper, Purdue University Northwest, IN
  2. xiii-5806-v14 (v13) 4381-9j Using Open Educational Resources for Healthcare and Other Courses
          Sherryl W. Johnson, Albany State University, GA
  3. 5801-v14 4634-0j - 2 Advisement: MBA Accreditation Decision Criterion
          Lise Heroux, SUNY Plattsburgh
           Greg N. Gregoriou, SUNY Plattsburgh
           Nancy J. Church, SUNY Plattsburgh
  4. 5796-v14 4435-9j Service Learning: School-Partner Realities
           Scott B. Waltz, California State University Monterey Bay, CA
  5. xiii- 5789-v13 4376-9z Revisiting Classroom Adaptation for Special Needs
           Samuel E. Cotton, Ball State University, IN
            Kourtland R. Koch, Ball State University, IN
            Michael W. Harvey, Ball State University, IN
            Jeffery W. McCallister, Ball State University, IN
  6. 5787-v13 4233-8z Second Language Learning and Social Context
           Kirsten M. Hummel, Laval University, Canada
  7. 5784-v13 5064-2v Transition Plans and Students with Disabilities
           Tracy Harrison, Leon County Special Services, Texas
            Cynthia G. Simpson, Houston Baptist University, Texas
            Jeffrey P. Bakken, Bradley University, Illinois
  8. 5778-v13 4446-9z The Importance of Urban Clinical Experiences
           Julie Rosenthal, William Paterson University, NJ
  9. 5772-v13 4204-8z A Proposal for Teaching Spanish to Heritage Students in the US
           Jorge E. Porras, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
  10. 5771-v14+4538-0w Interdisciplinary Assessment in the 21st Century
           Susan M. Drake, Brock University, Canada
            Joanne L. Reid, Brock University, Canada
  11. 5770-v13 4299-9l A Student Teacher’s View: Learning and Mentoring
            Scott Robinson, UH Manoa, Honolulu, HI
  12. 5767-v13-4394-9z Creative Thinking through Aesthetic Learning
            Amy R. Vigilante, University of Florida, Gainesville
  13. 5766-v14 4815-1w Social Justice and the Composition Classroom
            Peggy Johnson, Saint Mary’s University, MN
  14. 5763-v13 4945-1j The Interdisciplinary Approach: Its Impact
           Deborah McCarthy, Southeastern Louisiana University, LA
            Paul Simoneaux, Southeastern Louisiana University, LA
            Flo Hill-Winstead, Southeastern Louisiana University LA
  15. 5750-v13 4992-1v Sustainability Education as a Curriculum Emphasis
            Bruno Borsari, Winona State University, Winona, MN
  16. 5748-v13 5042-2v Teacher Efficacy and Elementary Social Studies
            Nancy Reese-Durham, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC
  17. 5738-v12-5421-4l Using Literature Circles to Increase Reading Motivation
            Jeff Whittingham, University of Central Arkansas, AR
  18. 5731-v12-5397-3z Staying Rogue: On (Not) Having Tenure-line Status
            Crystal L. Mueller, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
  19. 5730-v12-5324-3v Blasphemy into Alchemy: A Teaching Moment
            Jerome Rabow, University of California, Los Angeles
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