Table of Contents Teaching as Scholarship: Preparing Students for Professional Practice in Community Services , edited by Jacqui Gingras, Pamela Robinson, Janice Waddell, and Linda D. Cooper 1. Foreword | Pamela Robinson 2. Introduction: Teaching as Scholarship: Preparing Students for Professional Practice in Community Services | Jacqui Gingras, Janice Waddell, and Linda D. Cooper 3. Intrerprofessional Education in a Community Services Context: Lessons Learned | Corinne Hart and Sanne Kaas-Mason 4. The Writing Skills Initiative | V. Logan Kenney and Sonya Jancar 5. Learning the Ethic of Care through Family Narratives | Mehrunissa Ali 6. The Audacity of Critical Awakening through Intellectual Partnerships | Annette Bailey, Margareth Zanchetta, Gordon Pon, Divine Velasco, Karline Wilson-Mitchell and Aafreen Hassan 7. My Dinners with Tara and Nancy: Feminist Conversations about Teaching for Professional Practice | Kathryn Church 8. Drawing Close: Critical Nurturing as Pedagogical Practice | May Friedman and Jennifer Poole 9. Educating for Social Action among Future Healthcare Professionals | Jacqui Gingras and Erin Rudolph 10. Narrative Reflective Process, a Creative Experiential path to Personal Knowing in Teaching-Learning Situations | Jasna K. Schwind 11. Introducing Art into the Social Work Classroom: Tensions and Possibilitie | Samantha Wehbi, Susan Preston and Ken Moffatt 12. Conclusion | Usha George
Jacqui Gingras is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University. Her research involves theoretical and experiential explorations of health epistemology. Recent journal articles appear in Critical Public Health , Journal of Transformative Education , and Journal of Sociology . She is the founding editor of the Journal of Critical Dietetics . Pamela Robinson is the graduate program director and an associate professor in the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University, a registered professional planner (Ontario), and a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners. She continues to explore new pedagogic approaches to advance plannersa capacity to respond to urban sustainability challenges. Janice Waddell is an associate dean in the Faculty of Community Services and an associate professor in the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at Ryerson University. She has extensive undergraduate and graduate teaching experience and specializes in curriculum development focused on nursing education, leadership, faculty mentorship, and the impact of curriculum-based career planning and development on student and new graduate nurse career resilience. Linda D. Cooper is a professor in the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at Ryerson University. Her teaching emphasizes theoretical foundations of nursing practice and nursing knowledge development. She has been the recipient of several internal and external teaching awards.
Reading Teaching as Scholarship can benefit groups and individuals beyond the ones mentioned in the book. ... Those who are involved in community organizations that work directly with communities or those who liaise between communities and universities might also benefit from the innovative teaching/research practices in higher education institutions that were discussed in this collection. -- Nasim Peikazadi -- Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2016
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