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European Journal of Engineering Education
  
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P. Shekhar and M. Borrego, Eur. J. Engr. Educ., 43 (4), 585-596 (2016).
Although engineering education research has empirically validated the effectiveness of active learning in improving student learning over traditional lecture-based methods, the…
  
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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…
Communication Education
  
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P. Witt and J. Kerssen-Griep, Commun. Educ., 60 (1), 75-94 (2010).
Instructors routinely provide feedback for students concerning the work the students produce as part of a classroom course. Although such information is required of instructors and…
Communication Teacher
  
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K. Denker, Commun. Teach, 27 (1), 50-69 (2012).
Instructors of large lecture classes face a variety of challenges, including student engagement and participation. With budget cuts and increasing class sizes, more schools may turn…
Chemical Engineering Education Journal
  
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M. Koretsky and B. Brooks, Chem. Eng. Educ., 46 (1), 41-49 (2012).
Changes in student perceptions to a novel technology-based, active-learning pedagogy using a custom, sophisticated, personal response system called WISE were studied over the first…
  
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L. Marlor, C. Finelli, and L. Carroll - Online Resource
This work-in-progress paper seeks to identify the barriers faculty face when using active learning in an online setting. Much research has been conducted in the past that focuses on…
  
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W. Penuel, L. Abrahamson, and J. Roschelle - Book Section
This 2006 paper explores the theoretical framework needed to explain observed effects of classrooms in which instructors use audience response systems. We consider how current…
Educause Review
  
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D. Sieber, EDUCAUSE Rev., 1 (10), 1-11 (2010).
Recent research indicates that effective online educational design should involve some form of establishing rules of engagement, or social norms. Classrooms and online spaces are…
Journal of College Science Teaching
  
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C. Herreid, J. Coll. Sci. Teaching, 36 (2), 43-47 (2006).
This article examines use of "clickers" in science survey courses. Large lecture classes are a fact of life at universities, especially in the introductory science courses. They are…
  
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V. Otero, F. Goldberg, and A. Johnson, J. Educ., 181 (2), 57-89 (1999).
Systemic reform initiatives call for increased use of computers in K-12 science classrooms. It therefore becomes increasingly important to understand how particular types of computer…
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