Think of your educational development as you think of your research - your results and experiences can be just the inspiration or "that one piece of the puzzle" that somebody else needs to make their practice better and spark their educational change.

Thus, it is important to share what you do. When you share your experiences you help yourself reflect and systematically learn from your own practice, and you also help your colleagues and peers and contribute to the community of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

This can be done in different ways, and it is up to you which way you find most suitable. Some ideas could be:

You can read more on The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning here.

Evidence Based Teaching

What does it mean to practice evidence based teaching? The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning approach is scholarly inquiry into student learning which advances the practice of teaching by making inquiry findings public.

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