Applying The Teacher Scholar Model In The School Of Business

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John C. Gardner
Carl B. McGowan, Jr.
Susan, E. Moeller

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Teacher-Scholar Model, scholarship, teaching excellence, undergraduate research, faculty evaluation

Abstract

The teacher-scholar model was proposed in Boyer (1990) and defines four dimensions of scholarship:  1) discovery, 2) integration, 3) application, and 4) teaching. In this paper, we describe the characteristics of scholarship, the theory of the scholarship of teaching, the excellent teacher, and undergraduate research and scholarship.  We then show how the teacher-scholar model is applied at one University for annual faculty evaluations. 

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