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Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education (JNRLSE)

  • a peer-reviewed research journal
  • written by and for scientists and educators working in the life sciences, natural resources, and agriculture
  • published annually by The American Society of Agronomy in printed format and/or CD-ROM
  • available continuously in electronic format
  • used by educators in extension, university, industry, administration and grades K-16
  • ancillary content includes tips for efficacious outreach, funding options (including low- or no grant projects) case studies, and web lessons
  • ASPB members can subscribe for reduce rates and can receive e-mail alerts when new content is posted
  • ASPB members are strongly encouraged to submit science education research articles

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A SCIENTIST'S VIEW ON TEACHING & LEARNING

A Teaching-Learning Trinity: Foundation to My Teaching Philosophy
Steve J. Thien*
This work represents a soil scientist's reflection (30+ years of teaching) on the connections between teaching and learning and portrays the foundation to my teaching philosophy on how an understanding of teaching and learning processes can increase teaching effectiveness and student learning. From working definitions of teaching and learning, I describe their interaction, not as a duality but a trinity; three processes linked as one: learning to learn, learning to teach, and teaching to learn. I describe how lifelong learners can be developed through understanding and successfully applying the processes within each segment of the teaching-learning trinity. I offer these comments in hopes they will inspire readers to develop their own journey toward mastering the teaching and learning processes in ways that improve teaching and learning outcomes.  Click here for the full article

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