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Teaching Theology and Religion
The Wabash Center's Peer-Reviewed Journal

"The Wabash Center in the Scholarship of Teaching"
Charles R. Foster
Emory University

Teaching Theology and Religion 10:3 (July 2007) 156-158
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The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning was established in the wake of heightened interest in teaching and learning following Ernest L. Boyer's 1990 Carnegie Foundation report on the professoriate. The Center was established specifically to strengthen teaching and learning in theology and religion. The praxis of Wabash Center programs directed to that quest, however, inevitably engaged participants in the scholarship of teaching and learning by highlighting questions from their teaching practice, the disciplinary shape of their teaching, and the influence of multiple publics on what and how they taught.

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