Learning about our Disciplinary Reading through Interdisciplinary Conversations
Keywords:Interdisciplinary, Reflection, Dialogue, Reading, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
This reflective essay explores some of what we have learned by participating in an interdisciplinary Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project about disciplinary reading. In dialogic form, we reflect on why we chose to get involved in this project, how this project has changed our understanding of reading in and across the disciplines, and how it affects our teaching practices going forward. We hope this form will reflect our excitement in these interdisciplinary conversations and will encourage readers to seek opportunities for their own interdisciplinary dialogues about reading. In our conclusion we offer a few framing suggestions for those who wish to set up more conversations about reading
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