GCU publishes new volume on scholarly teaching

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Volume 8 of Grand Canyon University’s refereed academic publication on scholarly teaching, “Canyon Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies,” is now available here

CJIS, edited by Maria Zafonte with the assistance of peer reviewers, is an annual publication by the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching at GCU that highlights faculty and student research. The  annual themed issue provides a platform for writers and researchers from a range of disciplines, making CJIS unique in its interdisciplinary focus. 

Articles include:

● Robin M. Schofield, Joseph Eric Massey: “Relationship between Bootstrap Financing, Number of Employees, and Small Business Success”

● Jeffrey H. Martin: “Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions of Their Classroom Management Training”

● Sherman Elliott, Courtney Campbell: “The Results of Utilizing Narratives in Holocaust Education to Assist Adolescents in Moral Development”

● Patricia Y. Talbert: “Strategies for Effective Leadership and the Benefits of Polarity Leadership in Higher Education”

● David Lange: “Student Perception of Efficacy of Concurrent Enrollment Programs in Metro Denver”

● Jennifer M. Santos, Timothy B. Sims: “Embedded Peer Mentors at Grand Canyon University: A Model for Enhanced Learning in Developmental Writing Classes and Enhanced Soft Skills for Education Majors”

● Eileen Groom: “Moving from Image to Narrative to Voice”

Faculty and students who want to contribute to the next volume of CJIS can learn more here.


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