Dewey Fellowship

The Dewey Fellowship is named after John Dewey (1859-1952), a psychologist and educational reformer who is particularly linked to the notion of democratizing education and learning through experience and experimentation.

ISTLD Dewey Fellows are continuing faculty members at SFU who have demonstrated their interest and commitment to the investigation of teaching and learning through the successful conduct of at least one Teaching and Learning Development Grant (TLDG) and through other activities within their departments and faculties. They have developed particular expertise in the investigation of innovative course designs and instructional methods that support student learning in their discipline. Dewey Fellows are invited to work with the ISTLD for a one-year term during which they contribute to ISTLD programs and also conduct teaching and learning research that goes beyond their own practice.

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