ASPPH’s Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Task Force issued its second work product, a manuscript submitted to Pedagogy of Health Promotion, entitled “Evidence-based Educational Practices for Public Health: How We Teach Matters.” Takeaways from the manuscript are detailed in a one-page document posted on ASPPH’s new SoTL webpage.
The objectives of both the manuscript and derivative one-pager are to:
The task force working group that prepared the manuscript consists of the following co-authors:
Dr. Sophie Godley (BU), lead author, and Drs. Betsy Aumiller (Penn State), Viviana Horigian (Miami), Naila Khalil (Wright State), Jessica Kruger (University at Buffalo), Cara Pennel (UTexas, Galveston), Emily Youatt (Michigan), and the Teaching Working Group chair, Dr. Marc Kiviniemi (Kentucky). Dr. Shan Mohammed (Northeastern) chairs the SoTL Task Force.