This is particularly for colleagues who either undertake SoTL (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning) project or colleagues who support it. Also if you are from social sciences, or education your perspective will be helpful!
There is a persistent habit of jumping straight from a project idea to methods, regularly without even formulating a clear research question (or hypothesis). So I am experimenting with different ways to encourage thinking about questions, the purpose of the data, and methods differently.
Break the SoTL Quiz
Not sure this quiz would do the trick. Hence my call for help! Can you help me break it? Well, and subsequently put it back together better!
This is how it works:
Colleagues Supporting SoTL (or cognate discipline colleagues)
Would you mind providing feedback to the questions themself?
I am looking for things like: Is it in the right place? Does the phrasing make sense? Is something missing?
- If a question is doesn’t need change just write “okay” in the answer box
- If you want to provide feedback on a specific question please write the feedback in the box
Colleagues Undertaking SoTL
If you by any chance are planning a SoTL project (or an assignment) would you mind using the quiz under this viewpoint. Just fill in the questions planning your project.
At the end of the quiz you can get a pdf with all your responses or email the results to yourself.
If a question is confusing could you fill this in maybe at the end of the text box? Let me know if this was useful.