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Types of Columns

The Scholarly Teacher manuscript submission process is being placed on hold over the summer. We have a backlog of manuscripts to post, and then, beginning in the fall we will announce a new model for posts.  If you have a manuscript in progress that you had intended to submit prior to June 15, please email Todd Zakrajsek at: to let me know the topic and where you are in the writing process.  I want to ensure that if you have already begun writing your work will be considered for posting.  


Educator Manuscripts

Topics posted to the scholarly blog reflect contemporary issues in higher education, and offer tips and best practices. In addition to explaining/describing a professional experience, it is expected that the foundation of the writing is grounded in sound pedagogy and includes three to five references (APA Format).  

Student Submissions

Systematic improvement of effective teaching is incomplete without recognizing the student experience.  As such, we welcome the submission of posts written by students, describing specific experiences that result in more challenges or more significant achievements in today's classroom.  Including student voices in our reflections about pedagogy is necessary to both enhance and enrich our pursuit of quality education. 

Manuscript Submission on Hold for the Summer

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

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