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2011 Maryellen Weimer Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award

April 21, 2011 761

SAGE is proud to announce that “Philosophy Rediscovered: Exploring the Connections Between Teaching Philosophies, Educational Philosophies, and Philosophy,”  and “Finding Our Roots: An Exercise for Creating a Personal Teaching Philosophy Statement,” both published in Journal of Management Education by Joy E. Beatty, Jennifer S. A. Leigh, and Kathy Lund Dean, have jointly received the prestigious Maryellen Weimer Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning Award.

The award’s namesake, Maryellen Weimer is a  former director of the Instructional Development Program at  Pennsylvania State University, recipient of Pennyslvania University’s Milton S. Eisenhower award, and the author of eight books, including the recent Learner-Centered Teaching and Enhancing Scholarly Work on Teaching and Learning.

Of the 2011 award-winning articles, she wrote,

“The topic is so timely–no one has done anything new on teaching philosophies for some time and this article contributes enormously to our understanding and use of them. ”

Listen to Joy E. Beatty, Jennifer S. A. Leigh and Kathy Lund Dean discuss “Philosophy Rediscovered: Exploring the Connections Between Teaching Philosophie, Educational Philosophies, and Philosophy” with Tom Hawk on this recent podcast.  

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