International Society for Exploring Teaching & Learning

Our Organization

The purposes of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning are to encourage the study of instruction and principles of learning.

Our Conference

The ISETL 50th Annual Conference on Innovative Higher Education Pedagogy will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina from October 10-12, 2019

Our Publications

The International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning (ISETL) currently publishes the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (ISSN 1812-9129).

Mid-Semester Evaluation: Don’t Wait Until it’s Too Late for Student Feedback

Dr. Diane D. Chapman, Teaching Professor, ELPHDDirector, Office of Faculty DevelopmentNC State University Before it’s too late, it’s time to plan for eliciting mid-semester feedback from your students.  I say “too late” because when asking instructors how they know what to change in order to improve their courses and their teaching, end-of-course evaluations or student evaluations…

Stories Worth Telling: Bringing Documentary Filmmaking into the College Classroom

Author: Paul Keys and Kris Macomber, Meredith College Colleges and universities are charged with preparing students to meet the new challenges and demands they will regularly face throughout their lives. In keeping with this charge, we see the ability to communicate effectively in our audio-visual, multimedia world as an emerging teaching and learning need. As…

Using Video to Enhance Student Learning

Author: Jennifer Ellis, University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College As a nurse educator, I am frequently challenged to find just the right resources to supplement student learning. Teaching technical skills often requires supplementing text books with classroom demonstration, but these face-to-face sessions only go so far in supporting student learning. Student need the opportunity to…

“According to one ISETL participant, the conference was “the best I have ever attended — from the consistently high quality presentations, to the hospitality of the ISETL board and
members, to the dietary accommodations, to the effective scheduling, to the keynotes”