Download a free preview copy of Chapter 3: Using the Seven Ways of Learning for Teaching from the Stylus website.
It was great fun to record two podcasts for The Professional Adjunct with Jim and Beth Harger. After meeting them at The Teaching Professor Conference this summer, we had some interesting discussions about facilitating discussions and seven ways of learning.
On this episode, we interview Dr. Bridget Arend, director of university teaching at the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver. Our discussion is a follow up to her presentation at the Teaching Professor Conference in June, where she led a session titled “Best of All Worlds: Combining Discussion Formats for Deeper Inquiry.”
On this episode, we continue our interview with Dr. Bridget Arend, director of university teaching at the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver. During episode PA011, we talked about the role of faculty in online board discussion assignments. On this episode, we discuss a book she co-authored with Dr. James Davis titled Facilitating Seven Ways of Learning: A Resource for More Purposeful, Effective, and Enjoyable College Teaching. For more information, check out their website at http://sevenwaysoflearning.com.
We are excited to announce that Seven Ways of Learning was recently translated into Chinese by South China University of Technology Press.
Seven Ways was listed as one of Linda Nilson’s six “Latest and Greatest Books on College Teaching” on Paul T. Corrigan’s Teaching & Learning in Higher Ed Blog.
Thriving in Academe is the teaching and learning section of the National Education Association’s bimonthly Higher Education Advocate. Their Sept 2014 issue included a feature of Seven Ways of Learning.