International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning
Pedagogical Resources in Times of Change
We are in uncharted times in the daily lives of students, teachers, and support personnel as we seek to balance safety and well-being with continued learning and development. As the result of the spread of the Coronavirus, more and more colleges and universities are moving from face-to-face classes to online/remote classes – the very nature of higher education instruction is changing overnight. Learn more about how the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning (ISETL) can support you in this time of need.
50 Years of Innovative Pedagogy
The International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning is a non-profit corporation and is considered the oldest teaching and learning organization within Higher Education in the United States. The membership of ISETL believes that it is important to enjoy one’s vocation and the pursuit of excellent within that vocation; therefore, all ISETL functions are a well-balanced combination of scholarship, friendship, and camaraderie.
1st Open Source Journal on Higher Education Pedagogy
The International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning (ISETL) currently publishes the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (ISSN 1812-9129). It is considered the 1st open source journal in higher education. The IJTLHE provides a forum for the dissemination of knowledge focused on the improvement of higher education across all content areas and delivery domains.
Passionate about Pedagogy
Purposeful about Practice
International Journal of
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
The IJTLHE provides a forum for the dissemination of knowledge focused on the improvement of higher education across all content areas and delivery domains. The audience of the IJTLHE includes higher education faculty, staff, administrators, researchers, and students who are interested in improving post-secondary instruction.
The focus of the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education is broad and includes all aspects of higher education pedagogy, but it focuses specifically on improving higher education pedagogy across all content areas, educational institutions, and instructional delivery domains. Manuscripts submitted should be based on a sound theoretical foundation and appeal to a wide higher education audience, both nationally and internationally.
Caring About Success: Students’ Perceptions of Professors’ Caring Matters More Than Grit
• Allison Buskirk-Cohen, Delaware Valley University
• Aria Plants, Delaware Valley University
Mentoring Graduate Students in the Publishing Process: Making it Manageable and Meaningful for Academics
• Laura O’Hara, Ball State University
• Leeann Lower-Hoppe, Ohio State University
• Thalia Mulvihill, Ball State University
“Then What Am I Paying You For?” Student Attitudes Regarding Pre-Class Activities for the Flipped Classroom
• Lindsay Masland, Appalachian State University
• Simona Gizdarska, Appalachian State University