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SIG 10 Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, October 2015, Vol. 18, 45-46. doi:10.1044/ihe18.2.45
SIG 10 Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, October 2015, Vol. 18, 45-46. doi:10.1044/ihe18.2.45
Hello, SIG 10 Affiliates!
Although most higher education faculty members are teaching in the classroom, in the clinic, and online during the month of October, SIG 10 Perspectives is offering its readers the opportunity to step away from their routine and embark upon a higher education “expedition.” Are you ready for departure? This issue of Perspectives takes us on a Cook's tour of the current higher education terrain in communication sciences and disorders (CS&D). Authors Manish K. Rami and Sarah Robinson describe one of the many responsibilities of university faculty members—program evaluation. Their article explains how to design peer program evaluations of academic programs in speech-language pathology. Our next port of call will be to explore the 21st century educational landscape with Froma Roth, who discusses how higher education can prepare students to acquire the knowledge and skills that are increasingly important for professionals who provide collaborative school-based speech-language pathology services. We'll end our voyage by navigating with Rik Lemoncello as he describes how he redeveloped an undergraduate course in anatomy and physiology to use blended learning—combining face-to-face and online instruction—to engage students in active learning. Together, these three articles take our expedition full circle by considering the roles and needs of faculty and students. Each article provides a range of resources for enhancing the quality of our higher education programs.
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