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Living And Learning In Radical Spaces: Trust, Affect, And Needs In The Student-Faculty Partner Dyad, Tai C. Toh, Huang H. Chng 2024 National University of Singapore

Living And Learning In Radical Spaces: Trust, Affect, And Needs In The Student-Faculty Partner Dyad, Tai C. Toh, Huang H. Chng

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Journeys Of Decolonization In Higher Education Through Student-Faculty/ Staff Partnerships, Tayyaba Tamim 2024 Lahore University of Management Sciences

Journeys Of Decolonization In Higher Education Through Student-Faculty/ Staff Partnerships, Tayyaba Tamim

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Education For Thriving: Becoming The Musizi Of Our Local Communities, Takako Mino 2024 Musizi University

Education For Thriving: Becoming The Musizi Of Our Local Communities, Takako Mino

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Reflecting On The Notions Of Success And Belonging, Jawiria Naseem 2024 University of Birmingham

Reflecting On The Notions Of Success And Belonging, Jawiria Naseem

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Snapshots, Lauren Clark 2024 University College London

Snapshots, Lauren Clark

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Enabling Students To Flow In Uk Higher Education, Lauren Clark 2024 University College London

Enabling Students To Flow In Uk Higher Education, Lauren Clark

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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University: Society's Major Instrument, Vitallis Chikoko 2024 University of KwaZulu-Natal

University: Society's Major Instrument, Vitallis Chikoko

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Education: The Equalizer And Energizer, Vitallis Chikoko 2024 University of KwaZulu-Natal

Education: The Equalizer And Energizer, Vitallis Chikoko

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Empowered Individuals And Sexual Harassment, Mina Sotiriou 2024 European University Institute, Florence

Empowered Individuals And Sexual Harassment, Mina Sotiriou

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Gender Inequality, Inclusivity, And Power, John Willison 2024 University of Adelaide

Gender Inequality, Inclusivity, And Power, John Willison

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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The Stirrings Of Change And Quiet Revolution: A Commentary On 'The Only' And 'Identity-First Education', Alex Standen 2024 London School of Economics and Political Science

The Stirrings Of Change And Quiet Revolution: A Commentary On 'The Only' And 'Identity-First Education', Alex Standen

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Walk In My Shoes, Nicole Brown 2024 University College London

Walk In My Shoes, Nicole Brown

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Advancing Professional Values Through Cross-Community Reflective Practice, Vincent Tong 2024 Northumbria University

Advancing Professional Values Through Cross-Community Reflective Practice, Vincent Tong

Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education

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Reflections Of “Use Of Comics In Social Studies Education” Course: The Opinion And Experiences Of Teachers, Genç Osman İlhan, Maide Şin 2024 Yildiz Technical University, Turkey

Reflections Of “Use Of Comics In Social Studies Education” Course: The Opinion And Experiences Of Teachers, Genç Osman İlhan, Maide Şin

SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education

It is well known that a quality teacher education is necessary for qualified education. Teachers must be well-trained in multiple areas and have an open-minded structure. They must develop strategies based on the lesson and students, which needs effective material development and use. The materials to be used could be prepared by others and can be incorporated into the classroom setting or teachers could design and present them to students, which is essential for the quality of instruction. When a teacher creates and effectively employs instructional materials, his/her self-confidence will increase and teaching will be enriched and made easier. Comics …


Course Portfolio For Biochemistry 1: Structure And Metabolism (Bioc431), Didier Mena 2024 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Course Portfolio For Biochemistry 1: Structure And Metabolism (Bioc431), Didier Mena

UNL Faculty Course Portfolios

This benchmark portfolio encapsulates a comprehensive exploration aimed at enhancing the educational landscape of the BIOC431 course, a part of the general biochemistry course series (431 and 432). These courses are designed to offer a general introduction to the structure and function of cells in the body, along with their chemical reactions. Specifically, BIOC431 focuses on the structure, function, and metabolism of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and other major metabolic pathways. The three primary objectives addressed in this portfolio were the reevaluation of learning objectives, reassessment of assessment methods, and documentation of effective classroom strategies. Through background design, the learning objectives …


Converting Mass And Energy Balance Chemical Engineering Concepts Into Fundamentals Of Environmental Engineering (Enve 210), Kaycie Lane 2024 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Converting Mass And Energy Balance Chemical Engineering Concepts Into Fundamentals Of Environmental Engineering (Enve 210), Kaycie Lane

UNL Faculty Course Portfolios

This evaluation of teaching examined the Fall 2023 semester of ENVE 210: Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering. The purpose of this study was to change the format of the class from a lecture-based to a flipped classroom approach through the use of pre-lectures, in-class problem sets and group work activities. In addition, this study aimed to better adapt chemical engineering textbook content related to mass and energy balances to environmental engineering by creating new environmental engineering specific and sustainable development problems. The study learning outcomes proved difficult to implement and evaluate in a hybrid distance learning class and will require future …


Guiding Undergraduate Researchers In The Virtual World: Mentoring Experiences Of Globally Distributed Students, Emily Faulconer, Brent Terwilliger, Robert Deters, Kelly George 2024 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Guiding Undergraduate Researchers In The Virtual World: Mentoring Experiences Of Globally Distributed Students, Emily Faulconer, Brent Terwilliger, Robert Deters, Kelly George

Publications

The advancement of technology has led to an increase in undergraduate students pursuing degrees online. The translation of undergraduate research to the online environment is relatively new, though gaining momentum, partly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mentoring is a key undergraduate research support, particularly for those engaged online, as it fosters a supportive environment for online students to develop their skills and knowledge in their field of study. This study aims to explore the positive impacts of mentoring undergraduate research for fully online students. A single case study methodology was used, with interview data collected from four research mentees completing …


Claiming Our Place In The Center: Counterstories Of Women Of Color Open Educational Resources (Oer) Librarians, Regina Gong 2024 University of San Diego

Claiming Our Place In The Center: Counterstories Of Women Of Color Open Educational Resources (Oer) Librarians, Regina Gong

Copley Library: Faculty Scholarship

Research has recognized the importance of libraries and librarians in supporting, managing, and sustaining open educational resources (OER) programs in postsecondary institutions. Open education initiatives generally align with social justice aspirations and should be open and inclusive to everyone. Yet, in practice, this has not always been the case. While librarians are considered critical partners in the leadership and management of OER programs and are often heralded as heroes and champions of these initiatives, research has failed to interrogate and discuss the experiences of Women of Color (WOC) doing OER work. In particular, the challenges and often invisible labor that …


Surviving Pandemic Practicum: Early Career Music Teachers' Perceived Self-Efficacy Following The Covid-19 Pandemic, Aubree Pacifico Windish 2024 West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Surviving Pandemic Practicum: Early Career Music Teachers' Perceived Self-Efficacy Following The Covid-19 Pandemic, Aubree Pacifico Windish

West Chester University Doctoral Projects

This qualitative study examines early career music teachers’ perceived self-efficacy following teacher practicum during a global pandemic. I conducted focus group conversations with undergraduate music education alum (N=16) from Southeastern State University (SSU) at the end of 2023. Participants described the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their music teacher practicum and overall experiential learning at SSU. The focus group questions, and subsequent deductive coding of their answers, aligned with the four roles of Bandura’s (1977) Self-Efficacy Theory. Participants reported low perceived self-efficacy in their first year of in-service teaching, with variations based on the stages of the COVID-19 pandemic …


English 890: Advanced Research Methods, A First Benchmark Portfolio, Janel Simons 2024 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

English 890: Advanced Research Methods, A First Benchmark Portfolio, Janel Simons

UNL Faculty Course Portfolios

In this benchmark portfolio, I reflect on course design and student learning in a course I teach for incoming Master's students in the English department, ENGL 890: Advanced Research Methods. ENGL 890 is a mini-session course intended to introduce students to various aspects of managing graduate-level research within the discipline of English studies. In this portfolio, I discuss the learning outcomes and goals for the course, highlight some of the assessments I use, reflect on student learning throughout the course, and articulate changes that might improve student learning in future iterations of the course. Given the overarching goals of this …


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