Director, Endeavor Center for Faculty DevelopmentRollins College in Winter Park, Florida


“Those who can, do. Those who understand, teach.”
—Lee S. Shulman, “Those Who Understand: Knowledge Growth in Teaching”

Nancy Chick is a SoTL scholar, scholarly teacher, and faculty developer.  After earning her PhD in American literature from the University of Georgia and eventually Full Professor from the University of Wisconsin Colleges, she left full-time faculty work to focus on the scholarship of teaching and learning and faculty development first at Vanderbilt University, then the University of Calgary, and now at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida (USA).  She has authored and co-authored numerous articles and book chapters on the results of SoTL projects and on the field of SoTL.  She is editor of SoTL in Action: Illuminating Critical Moments of Practice (Stylus, 2018), co-editor (with Jennifer C. Friberg) of Going Public Reconsidered: Engaging With the World Beyond Academe Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (Stylus, 2022) and (with Regan A.R. Gurung & Aeron Haynie) of Exploring Signature Pedagogies: Approaches to Teaching Disciplinary Habits of Mind (Stylus, 2009) and Exploring More Signature Pedagogies: Approaches to Teaching Disciplinary Habits of Mind (Stylus, 2012), and founding co-editor (with Gary Poole) of Teaching & Learning Inquiry, the journal of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning/ISSOTL (2011-2020).  From 2019-22, she served on the ISSOTL Presidential team and (with Chng Huang Hoon) as ISSOTL Co-President during 2020-21 — at the height of the pandemic.


 
 

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  1. Dear Nancy, I am new to SoTl. I was wondering if you had a list of regular SoTL publications that I should subscribe to. Also, do you have a list of SoTL professional organizations internationally and nationally? Many thanks. Sharon Ultsch

  2. Hi, Maria. For the life of me, I can’t figure it out. I know there are folks who are following me, but I’m not sure how they did it. (I can’t find a way to set up a FOLLOW button without creating a sidebar, which throws off the entire layout.) Anyone?

  3. Try this link to see if it helps.

    https://en.support.wordpress.com/widgets/follow-blog-widget/

    If you want it at the bottom of the page, when you choose “widgets” when you are in the customizer section. Add the widget to the “footer”. Otherwise it defaults to the sidebar. It may also depend on the theme that you chose. Let me know if that helps. I love your writing, especially the Mindful PhD. Check out the “About Page” on my blog. I would love to try some things in my classroom. You can find me on Twitter @GmIannucci.

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