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American Journal of Physics
  
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L. Lee, M. Connolly, M. Dancy, C. Henderson, and W. Christensen, Am. J. Phys., 86 (7), 531-535 (2018).
For decades, Student Evaluations of Instruction (or Teaching) have been used to evaluate the quality of teaching at universities and colleges nationwide. Often, student evaluations…
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…
  
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K. Nguyen, M. Borrego, C. Finelli, M. DeMonbrun, C. Crockett, S. Tharayil, P. Shekhar, C. Waters, and R. Rosenberg, Int. J. STEM Educ., 8 (1), 9 (2021).
Despite the evidence supporting the effectiveness of active learning in undergraduate STEM courses, the adoption of active learning has been slow. One barrier to adoption is…
  
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P. Pintrich, J. Educ. Psychol., 95 (4), 667-686 (2003).
A motivational science perspective on student motivation in learning and teaching contexts is developed that highlights 3 general themes for motivational research. The 3 themes…
  
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J. Smith, K. Lewis, L. Hawthorne, and S. Hodges, Pers Soc Psychol, 39 (2), 131-143 (2013).
Feeling like one exerts more effort than others may influence women’s feelings of belonging with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and impede their motivation. In…
CBE-Life Sciences Education
  
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J. Svoboda and C. Passmore, CBE Life. Sci. Educ., 9 (3), 266-276 (2010).
The BIO2010 report provided a compelling argument for the need to create learning experiences for undergraduate biology students that are more authentic to modern science. The report…
Communication Quarterly
  
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Z. Goldman, A. Goodboy, and S. Bolkan, Commun. Q., 64 (4), 476-493 (2004).
For many college students, the traditional classroom is the lone point of contact between themselves and their instructors. Unfortunately, this interaction may not be sufficient to…
Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation (PARE)
  
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E. Chapman, Pract. Assess. Res. Eval., 8 (13), 1-10 (2003).
Recent years have seen a revival of interest in the mechanisms by which students’ affective responses to learning tasks moderate knowledge acquisition and skill development. Given…
  
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This exploratory research investigates students’ responses to innovative instructional methods, focusing primarily on identifying the barriers that discourage students from engaging…
European Journal of Engineering Education
  
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P. Shekhar, M. DeMonbrun, M. Borrego, C. Finelli, M. Prince, C. Henderson, and C. Waters, Eur. J. Engr. Educ., 31 (2), 597-609 (2015).
Student resistance is often cited as a major barrier to instructors’ use of active learning, but there are few research-based strategies for reducing this barrier. In this paper, we…
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