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FQAS: Teaching Methods Research and Curated Readings

Research, resources, and curated readings on various teaching-related topics. Guide designed to support Western's FQAS participants.

Curated Reading By Topic

This portion of the guide includes a small set of curated readings on various education topics. Use the tabs at the left to navigate to the various subpages.

A Note About the Curated Readings

Purpose of the Curated Readings:

The articles and results included on the following subpages are intended to be a starting place to begin your thinking and research. Perhaps they might give you ideas of the kind of research you might hope to find in order to inform your practice. This is by no means an exhaustive list on each topic and you do not have to read or use these resources (but you may). 

Interpreting the Curated Readings Links:

Each link denotes the title of the resource and (if it's not an article) tells you the kind of source. A more complete citation is provided underneath each link. The icons next to each link show whether the resource is open access, a resource on the web, or if it will require you to log in with your Western credentials. 

Link Example: 

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