Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at KTH (KTH SoTL)
SoTL is a scientific approach in which a teacher develops his or her teaching and analyses both practice and student learning in the light of current knowledge about learning in Higher Education. KTH arranges conferences every second year to stimulate KTH teachers to develop their teaching and learning by documenting and sharing their educational efforts.
21 maj 2019
- Updated program 190327
21 mar 2019
- A two minute film with our main speaker, Arjen Wals.
19 feb 2019
- The review period is over.
4 feb 2019
- EuroSoTL 2019, 13-14 June 2019. Call for abstracts ends on Jan 20.
11 jan 2019
What the concept of "Scholarship of Teaching and Learning" comprises has been thoroughly discussed and a consensus of what the term means has slowly evolved. It is clearly not just a question of subject knowledge and teaching skills. It also includes a scientific approach in which the teacher develops his or her teaching and analyses both practice and student learning in the light of current knowledge about learning in Higher Education. Furthermore, the teacher discusses thoughts and findings in dialogue with colleagues. Elmgren, M., Henriksson A-S. (2014). Academic Teaching, Lund Studentlitteratur
What is SoTL and the SoTL method?
In this keynote presentation of the KTH SoTL-conference 2017, Roxå shares his view on what SoTL is all about, as well as providing communicative solutions to be used for development of both individuals and organisations.
The main purpose of this KTH internal conference is to stimulate KTH teachers to develop their teaching and learning by documenting and sharing their educational efforts.
The conference is free of charge.
- Sara Nyberg
- Marie Magnell
- Björn Kjellgren
- Elisabeth Keller
- Maria Weurlander