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R. Chabay and B. Sherwood - Online Resource
This research-based multiple-choice test is designed to assesses student understanding of basic electricity and magnetism concepts. The test is suitable for college-level…
  
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D. Tosh, T. Light, K. Fleming, and J. Haywood, Can. J. Learn. Technol., 31 (3) (2005).
Much of the evidence and research available on the use of e-portfolios focuses on faculty and institutional perspectives and/or consists mainly of anecdotes about how useful the…
To Improve the Academy
  
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W. McGowan and R. Osguthorpe, To Improve Acad., 29 (20210331) (2011).
This paper reports on faculty and student perceptions of the effects of midcourse evaluations on teaching improvement and student learning. We provided faculty with a midcourse…
PTJ: Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Journal
  
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D. Lake, PTJ Phys. Ther. Rehabil. Journ., 81 (3), 896-902 (2001).
Self-directed learning is believed to be an important aspect of the reflective clinical practitioner. This study was a comparison of student learning and student perceptions of…
  
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J. Kruger and D. Dunning, Pers Soc Psychol, 77 (6), 1121-1134 (1999).
People tend to hold overly favorable views of their abilities in many social and intellectual domains. The authors suggest that this overestimation occurs, in part, because people…
The American Biology Teacher
  
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P. Jensen and R. Moore, Am. Biol. Teach., 70 (8), 483-487 (2008).
Students enter college exceedingly confident that they will earn high grades and engage themselves fully in their courses (e.g., attend all of their classes and help-sessions, submit…
American Educational Research Journal
  
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P. Ertmer, T. Newby, and M. MacDougall, Am. Educ. Res. J., 33 (3), 719-752 (1996).
In this exploratory study, we examined how students with high and low levels of self-regulation responded to, and approached learning from, case-based instruction. Fifty-eight…
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S. Eddy, S. Brownell, and M. Wenderoth, CBE Life. Sci. Educ., 13 (3), 478-492 (2017).
Although gender gaps have been a major concern in male-dominated science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines such as physics and engineering, the numerical…
Journal of Engineering Education
  
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F. Bornasal, S. Brown, N. Perova-Mello, and K. Beddoes, J. Eng. Educ., 107 (2), 318-348 (2018).
Concepts are defined generally as fundamental principles or global understandings specific to a field of expertise. Theories of situated cognition suggest that concepts may not have…
Journal of Management Education
  
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E. Dallimore, J. Hertenstein, and M. Platt, J. Manag. Educ., 37 (3), 305-341 (2012).
Classroom discussion is perhaps the most frequently used “active learning” strategy. However, instructors are often concerned about students who are less inclined to participate…
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