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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…
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…
  
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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…
Psychological Review
  
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C. Dweck and E. Leggett, Psychol. Rev., 95 (2), 256-273 (2005).
Past work has documented and described major patterns of adaptive and maladaptive behavior: the mastery-oriented and the helpless patterns. In this article, we present a…
  
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S. Hays; Editors: T. Thaden-Koch and R. Fuller, PERC 1998 Proceedings, 87-100.
In this PERC 1998 session, Sharon Hays discusses her work on formulating a policy with respect to science for the United States Congress.