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Puerling, Brian – Redleaf Press, 2018
Technology is moving faster than teachers and children can keep up with. "Teaching in the Digital Age" guides teachers of preschool and kindergarten aged children toward integrating technology across the curriculum so it can have an authentic, meaningful, and developmentally appropriate impact on children's exploration and learning. Full…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Preschool Teachers, Young Children, Kindergarten
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Kern, Diane; Bean, Rita M.; Swan Dagen, Allison; DeVries, Beverly; Dodge, Autumn; Goatley, Virginia; Ippolito, Jacy; Perkins, J. Helen; Walker-Dalhouse, Doris – Literacy Research and Instruction, 2018
Lead writers and co-chairs of the International Literacy Association's "Standards 2017" provide a hands on guide to using updated standards for the preparation of reading/literacy specialists. Authors share key changes in content, supporting explanations with updated references, and implications for program faculty, state policymakers,…
Descriptors: Reading Consultants, Literacy, Academic Standards, Guidelines
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Ritchie, Laura – Open Praxis, 2018
A successful international learning initiative focusing on student agency began with a link facilitating OE-enhanced teaching between a UK university and a US high school class. It became an international trip organised and funded by five UK students and their teacher who travelled to California, teaching and performing music across formal and…
Descriptors: Open Education, Educational Practices, Curriculum Development, Teacher Role
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Beck, Christopher W. – Journal of College Science Teaching, 2018
Multiple national reports have pushed for the integration of quantitative concepts into the context of disciplinary science courses. The aim of this study was to evaluate the quantitative and statistical literacy of biology students and explore learning gains when those skills were taught implicitly in the context of biology. I examined gains in…
Descriptors: Biology, Statistical Analysis, Mathematical Concepts, Curriculum Enrichment
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Powell, Suzanne – Teaching History, 2018
Inspired by "The History Manifesto," Suzanne Powell describes in this article her rationale for expanding her students' horizons by asking them to think about change, similarity and difference on a grand scale. She sets 'big history' into its curricular context, and shows the way in which her students could, and could be encouraged to,…
Descriptors: Slavery, Prior Learning, World History, Misconceptions
Kopteva, Irina – Geography Teacher, 2018
In 2015, nearly 18 percent of undergraduate students enrolled in online courses at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS; UCCS 2016a). Human geography is taught at the UCCS Department of Geography and Environmental Studies in both traditional face-to-face and online settings. Roughly 40 percent of students who take the Introduction to…
Descriptors: Human Geography, Humanization, Online Courses, Educational Quality
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McQuillan, Patrick; James, Michael J.; Muldoon, Timothy P. – Journal of Catholic Education, 2018
The nucleus of any university is the intellectual life that unfolds among faculty and students. Inevitably, that intellectual life is shaped by the broader university context. Examining that process--in particular, its connection to a Catholic understanding of university mission--offers insight into pressing issues. For instance, what shifting…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Higher Education, College Planning, Strategic Planning
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Pazich, Loni Bordoloi; Kurzweil, Martin; Rossman, Daniel – Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 2018
The excitement about massive open online courses (MOOCs) in the early 2010s prompted many liberal arts colleges to consider whether technology would or could play a role in their own institutions. No college has the human resources to offer an endless variety of courses and programs, and the smaller the institution, the greater the constraints.…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Liberal Arts, Curriculum Enrichment, Technology Integration
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Guo, Xulin; Loy, Kara; Banow, Ryan – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2018
Based on the affirmation in the scholarship of teaching and learning that adding research component into early geography classes is mutually beneficial to both instructors and students, this paper presents a case study that quantitatively articulates the effects of adding a research project into a first-year physical geography class on students'…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Student Research, Geography Instruction, Curriculum Enrichment
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Doran, Joanna K.; Bagdasaryan, Sofya – Journal of Social Work Education, 2018
As social work's fight for social and economic justice returns to its historical attention to finances, faculty are called to infuse financial capability and asset building (FCAB) content into their classes. Given few published models, this study contributes a redesign that infuses FCAB in a community organization course, with additional attention…
Descriptors: Community Change, Community Coordination, Curriculum Enrichment, Capacity Building
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Chandler-Olcott, Kelly; Dotger, Sharon; Waymouth, Heather; Crosby, Michael; Lahr, Molly; Hinchman, Kathleen; Newvine, Keith; Nieroda, Janine – New Educator, 2018
This article reports on a multiyear formative experiment of a summer enrichment program that served as literacy enrichment for middle-school students, a field experience for preservice teacher candidates, and a professional development and leadership opportunity for practicing teachers. The analysis focuses on how the design team conceptualized,…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, College School Cooperation, Curriculum Development
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Wolfmeyer, Mark – Issues in Teacher Education, 2018
This article provides concrete critical and ethical responses to dominant educational policies promoting the teaching of STEM fields. Recognizing how dominant discourses of modernity (Martusewicz, et al. 2015) work discursively to constitute STEM, this paper examines and exposes how STEM education is prioritized via funding in teacher education.…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Methods Courses, Ethics, Educational Policy
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LeClair, Dan – Marketing Education Review, 2018
Advances in technology and marketing practice have left little doubt that analytics must be integrated into the marketing curriculum, the question for many educators now is how to best to do so. While the response for each school will depend on its mission and context, as well as its strategies and resources, there already is much that can be…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Marketing, Curriculum Enrichment, Best Practices
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Rodriguez, Shelly; Harron, Jason; Fletcher, Steven; Spock, Hannah – Science Teacher, 2018
While there is no official definition, making is generally thought of as turning ideas into products through design, invention, and building. Support is growing for integrating making into science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. Making can help high school students explore science concepts and phenomena, yet, lacking…
Descriptors: High School Students, Creative Development, Design, Curriculum Enrichment
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Veltsos, Jennifer R. – Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, 2017
Interest in gamification in higher education has been growing steadily in the past decade. Using games and game elements has been shown to increase student engagement, motivation, and autonomy. This article draws parallels between game elements, instructional design, and the teaching of business and professional communication. It suggests ways…
Descriptors: Business Communication, Instructional Design, Teaching Methods, Educational Games
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