The Learning Paradigm


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"Why Does the Faculty Resist Change?"  Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, January/February 2012: 6-15.

"Teachers as Students: Changing the Cognitive Economy through Professional Development."  Journal on Centers for Teaching and Learning, Vol. 2, 2010:  7-35.

"The Learning-Paradigm Campus: From Single- to Double-Loop Learning."  Landmark Issues in Teaching and Learning: A Look Back at New Directions for Teaching and LearningNew Directions for Teaching and Learning, No. 123, Fall 2010: 51-61.

"Dispelling the Fog of Learning through SoTL."  The International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, July 2010.

"Changing Minds in Higher Education: Students Change, So Why Can’t Colleges?"  Planning for Higher Education, October-December 2008: 15-22.

“Double-Loop Learning in Higher Education.”  Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, July/August 2007: 36-41.

"Learning Outcomes and the Development of Expertise."  On the Horizon, Vol. 15, No. 2, May 2007: 89-98.

"Shaping Form to Function: The Challenge of Institutional Transformation."  On Teaching and Learning, Volume 20, Number 2: Winter 2006.  The Collaboration for the Advancement of College Teaching and Learning.

“Organise to Optimise: Organisational Change in Higher Education.” With John Harris and Mike Howell of Samford University, The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education (UK), June 2005. 

“Venture Colleges: Charters for Change in Higher Education.”  Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning,  January-February 2005: 35-43.

"Why Learn?  What We May Really Be Teaching Our Students."  About Campus, March-April 2004: 2-10.  This and the following article are linked.  While designed to be readable separately, they make a whole argument when taken together.  

"Alignment for Learning: Reorganizing Classrooms and Campuses."  About Campus, May-June 2004: 8-18.

"The Decline of the Knowledge Factory: Why Our Colleges Must Change."  The World & I, July 1998. 

"From Teaching to Learning --A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Education."  With Robert B. Barr.  Change, November-December 1995: 13-25. 

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