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    RE: Educational scholarship: is it really resea...

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    Good evening: Good question! The answer, in my humble opinion, depends on the research. One must establish the objective / goal of why one is a faculty? I personally feel that my goal as a faculty...

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    RE: Educational scholarship: is it really resea...

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    Your colleague's attitude is hardly unusual. As someone who does both science education research and science research I encounter it regularly. Meetings and interviews with leaders in science suggest...

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    RE: Educational scholarship: is it really resea...

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    The banter between research and teaching faculty over "real research" is not new. In my opinion, I think most faculty will find that the debate dwells on the perception of "real" rather than research...

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    Histology Look Alikes

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    I recently started teaching dental students in a systems based histology course and found that they were missing out on a critical resource that I had when studying histology. Ira Telford's Look-alikes...

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