Four Lenses: Further Reading

The below references provide a select bibliography for the topics and exercises referred to throughout the Four Lenses Evaluation site. Items marked with an asterisk (*) are available as e-Reserve items under the unit of study title "Teaching and Learning Four Lenses":

Self Lens Readings

Antonek, Janis, Dawn McCormick and Richard Donato. "The Student Teacher Portfolio as Autobiography: Developing a Professional Identity". The Modern Language Journal 81.1 (1997): 15-27.*

Coppola, Brian. "Writing a Statement of Teaching Philosophy: Fashioning a Framework for Your Classroom". Journal of the College of Science Teaching 31.7 (2002): 448-53.*

Chism, Nancy Van Note. "Developing a Philosophy of Teaching Statement". Essays on Teaching Excellence: Toward the Best in the Academy 9.3 (1998). Available online here.

Goodyear, Gail and Douglas Allchin. "Statements of Teaching Philosophy". To Improve the Academy: Resources for Faculty, Instructional and Organizational Development. Ed. M Kaplan and D Liebermen (1998): 103-22.

Haugan, Lee. "Writing a Teaching Philosophy Statement". Center for Teaching and Excellence: Iowa State University, 1998. Available online here.

Martin-Kniep, Giselle. "Capturing the Wisdom of Practice: Professional Portfolios for Educators". The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1999. Available online here.

Montell, Gabriela. "How to Write a Statement of Teaching Philosophy". The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Mar 2003. Available online here.

NTEU Policy and Research Unit. Preparing and Presenting a Teaching Portfolio: Philosophy, Practice and Performance. NTEU, 2005. Available online here.

O'Neal, Chris, Deborah Meizlish, and Matthew Kaplan. "Writing a Teaching Philosophy for the Academic Job Search". CRLT Occasional Papers (University of Michigan Center for Research on Learning and Teaching) 23 (2007): 1-8. Available online here.

Schonwetter, Dieter, Laura Sokal, Marcia Frisen, and K. Lynn Taylor. "Teaching Philosophies Reconsidered: A Conceptual Model for the Development and Evaluation of Teaching Philosophy Statements". The International Journal for Academic Development 7.1 (2002): 83-97.*

Seldin, Peter. "Choosing Items for the Portfolio". The Teaching Portfolio: A Practical Guide to Improved Performance and Promotion/Tenure Decisions. Anker Publishing, 1991.* An excerpt is available online here.

Zubizarreta, John. "Teaching Portfolios and the Beginning Teacher". Phi Delta Kappan (1994): 323-26.

—. "Improving Teaching Through Teaching Portfolio Revisions". The Teaching Portfolio: A Practical Guide to Improved Performance and Promotion/Tenure Decisions. Ed. Peter Seldin. Anker, 1997: 37-45.*

Student Lens Readings

Angelo, Thomas and Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques. Jossey-Bass, 1993.

Huxham, Mark, Phyllis Laybourn, Sandra Cairncross, Morag Gray, Norrie Brown, Judy Goldfinch and Shirley Earl. "Collecting Student Feedback: a Comparison of Questionnaire and Other Methods". Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 33.6 (2008): 675-86.*

Lizzio, Alf, Keithia Wilson and Roland Simons. "University Students' Perceptions of the Learning Environment and Academic Outcomes: Implications for Theory and Practice". Studies in Higher Education 27.1 (2002): 27-52.*

McCormack, Coralie. "Reconceptualizing Student Evaluation of Teaching: An Ethical Framework for Changing Times". Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 30.5 (2008): 463-76.*

Nestel, Debra. "Development of an Evaluation Model for an Introductory Module on Social Medicine". Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 27.4 (2002): 301-08.

Smith, Calvin. "Building Effectiveness in Teaching Through Targeted Evaluation and Response: Connecting Evaluation to Teaching Improvement in Higher Education". Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 33.5 (2008): 517-33.*

Stead, David. "A Review of the One-minute Paper". Active Learning in Higher Education 6 (2005): 118-31.

Penny, Angela. "Changing the Agenda for Research into Students' Views About University Teaching: Four Shortcomings of SRT Research". Teaching in Higher Education 8.3 (2003): 399-411.

Prosser, Mike. "Why We Shouldn't Use Student Surveys of Teaching as Satisfaction Ratings: Interpreting the Results of Student Evaluations". Article for the Higher Education Academy, 2005. Available online here.

Williams, Ruth and John Brennan. Collecting and Using Student Feedback Date: A Guide to Good Practice. Higher Education Academy, 2004. Available online here.

Peer Lens Readings

Academic Services Division, University of Wollongong. "Peer Review of Teaching at UoW: Information Sheet", 2009. Available online here.

Centre for Learning and Professional Development, University of Adelaide. "Peer Review of Teaching for Promotion Purposes: A Project to Develop and Implement a Pilot Program of Peer Review of Teaching at Four Australian Universities". Australia Learning and Teaching Council, 2008. Available online here.

Chism, Nancy Van Note. Peer Review of Teaching: A Sourcebook [1999] 2nd edition. Anker, 2007.

Cosh, Jill. "Peer Observation in Higher Education: A Reflective Approach". Innovations in Education and Training International 35.2 (1998): 171-6.*

Harris, Kerri-Lee, Kelly Farrell, Maureen Bell, Marcia Devlin and Richard James. "Section Three". Peer Review of Teaching in Australian Higher Education: A Handbook to Support Institutions in Developing and Embedding Effective Policies and Practices. Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne, 2008.* Available online here.

Institute of Teaching and Learning, University of Sydney. "Principles Informing Learning and Teaching". Creative Learning, Quality Teaching, 2010. Available online here.

Shortland, Sue. "Peer Observation: A Tool for Staff Development or Compliance?". Journal of Further and Higher Education 28.2 (2004): 219-28.*

Literature Lens Readings

Biggs, John. "Enhancing Teaching Through Constructive Alignment". Higher Education 32 (1996): 347-64.*

Brookfield, Stephen. "Chapter One: What it Means to be a Critically Reflective Teacher". Becoming a Critically Reflective Teacher. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1995. 1-27.*

Clegg, Sue, Jon Tan and Saeideh Saidi. "Reflecting or Acting? Reflective Practice and Continuing Professional Development in Higher Education". Reflective Practice 3.1 (2002): 131-46.*

Hattie, John and Helen Timperley. "The Power of Feedback". Review of Educational Research 77.1 (2007): 81-112.*

Kuit, Judith. "Experiences of Reflective Teaching". Active Learning in Higher Education 2.2 (2001): 128-42.*

Langer, Arthur. "Reflecting on Practice: Using Learning Journals in Higher and Continuing Education". Teaching in Higher Education 7.3 (2002): 337-51.*

Larrivee, Barbara. "Transforming Teaching Practice: Becoming the Critically Reflective Teacher". Reflective Practice 1.3 (2000): 293-307.*

Mann, Sarah. "Alienation in the Learning Environment: A Failure of Community?". Studies in Higher Education 30.1 (2005): 43-55.*

McIntyre, Donald, David Pedder and Jean Ruddick. "Pupil Voice: Comfortable and Uncomfortable Learnings for Teachers". Research Papers in Education 20.2 (2005): 149-68.*

Nixon, Jon, Mary Beattie, Maggie Challis and Melanie Walker. "What Does it Mean to be an Academic? A Colloquium". Teaching in Higher Education 3.3 (1998): 277-98.*

Renshaw, Peter. "Community and Learning: Contradictions, Dilemmas and Prospects". Discourse 24.3 (2003): 355-70.*