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Reynolds, Heather L.; Kearns, Katherine Dowell – College Teaching, 2017
Backward course design is a compelling strategy for achieving results-based, student-centered learning. The backward course-design approach is first to identify student-learning outcomes, then the means of assessing the outcomes, and lastly the classroom activities that would support the learning outcomes. With demonstrated success at improving…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Performance Based Assessment, Outcomes of Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Gerlock, Jennifer Ann; McBride, Dawn Lorraine – College Teaching, 2013
The authors critically analyze how the concept of the drama triangle--part of the game theory associated with transactional analysis--can be used by post secondary instructors teaching online to build a sense of community and decrease students' dependence on instructors in discussion forums. The article begins with an overview of sense of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Electronic Learning, Online Courses, Game Theory
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Crabtree, Robbin D.; Sapp, David Alan – College Teaching, 2003
The authors explore both theoretical issues in feminist pedagogy and the politics of the contemporary university classroom. They examine various intersections of gender, power, pedagogical theory, and academic discipline in order to bring greater attention to the struggle many teachers face in "walking the walk" as feminist teachers.
Descriptors: Intellectual Disciplines, Discipline, Feminism, Higher Education