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Human Communication Research
  
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T. Lim and J. Bowers, Hum. Commun. Res, 17 (3), 415-450 (1991).
This 1991 study extended Brown and Levinson's model of politeness in order to explain more complicated forms of interaction and proposed three different types of facework:…
  
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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…
CBE-Life Sciences Education
  
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S. Seidel, A. Reggi, J. Schinske, L. Burrus, and K. Tanner, CBE Life. Sci. Educ., 14 (4) (2015).
Instructors create classroom environments that have the potential to impact learning by affecting student motivation, resistance, and self-efficacy. However, despite the critical…
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S. Seidel and K. Tanner, CBE Life. Sci. Educ., 12 (4), 586-595 (2017).
Little systematic attention or research effort has been focused on understanding the origins of student resistance to pedagogical change in biology classrooms or the options for…
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…
Educational Psychologist
  
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C. Stefanou, K. Perencevich, M. DiCintio, and J. Turner, Educ. Psychol., 39 (2), 97-110 (2004).
In addition to classroom activities, teachers provide personal and instructional supports meant to facilitate the developing sense of student autonomy. In this article, we offer a…
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K. Tanner, CBE Life. Sci. Educ., 12 (3), 322-331 (2013).
Designing learning environments that attend to individual students and their interactions with one another may seem an impossible task in a course of 20 students, much less a course…
  
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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…
  
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S. Tharayil, M. Borrego, M. Prince, K. Nguyen, P. Shekhar, C. Finelli, and C. Waters, Int. J. STEM Educ., 5 (1), 7 (2018).
Research has shown that active learning promotes student learning and increases retention rates of STEM undergraduates. Yet, instructors are reluctant to change their teaching…
  
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L. Vygotsky - Book
This book contains a compendium of essays by influential psychologist L.S. Vygotsky, recognized as the founder of the sociocultural theory of cognitive development. The essays form…
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