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Boyer’s Domains of Scholarship
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application of disciplinary knowledge and skill to help
address important societal and institutional problems”
p. 27); can develop new knowledge
Standard form; “testing and generation of theory”
knowledge for its own sake” (p. 39)
• “
gives new meaning to isolated facts, often overcoming
the fragmentation of the disciplines to instead see the
connectedness of things” (p. 46)
How students learn; pedagogical content knowledge;
how to teach more effectively (p. 64)
Teaching and Learning
Braxton, J. M., et. al. (2002).
Institutionalizing a broader view of scholarship through Boyer’s four domains
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.