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Robson, Sue; Almeida, Joana; Schartner, Alina – European Journal of Higher Education, 2018
Internationalization is a key contemporary debate within Higher Education (HE). Many universities worldwide proclaim their "international" status, citing quantitative indicators, particularly international student and staff recruitment and outbound student mobility data to illustrate this. In this paper, we focus on the non-mobile…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Global Approach, Qualitative Research, Case Studies
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Cramp, Andy; Lamond, Catherine – Teaching in Higher Education, 2016
This paper explores the significance of designing online learning led by the principle of direct and meaningful participant engagement. It considers the notion of kindness as a crucial value contributing to pedagogy and the development of meaningful learning relationships. The paper challenges the "delivery" approach to online learning,…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Online Courses, Educational Technology, Interpersonal Relationship
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Ata, Ridvan – Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET, 2016
This study explores teaching experiences of educators within the virtual world of Second Life (SL) and pedagogical practices adopted. A blended approach is applied by using physical classrooms, BlackboardTM, web-based resources, and the virtual world of SL in an Information Literacy (IL) class for 1st year undergraduate students at an institution…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teaching Experience, Web Based Instruction, Computer Simulation
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Panichi, Luisa – Research-publishing.net, 2015
This paper reports on an exploratory case study of learner participation within the context of online language learning in virtual world platforms. Data for this investigation was collected through a case study of a Business English course within a qualitative Case-Study Research framework. This study examines learner activity in virtual worlds in…
Descriptors: Criticism, Virtual Classrooms, Case Studies, Online Courses
Crawford, Karin; Horsley, Reece; Hagyard, Andy; Derricott, Dan – Higher Education Academy, 2015
"Pedagogies of partnership: What works?" seeks to identify whether the student learning experience is enhanced or in any way made different through the implementation of teaching and learning that is explicitly intended to foster partnership. The value of student-staff partnerships and student engagement is recognised nationally and in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Partnerships in Education, Student Experience, Learning Experience
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Lynch, Timothy – Cogent Education, 2015
It is argued that a learning environment underpinned by a strengths-based collaborative approach between universities and schools offers extended pre-service teacher learning opportunities and subsequently enhanced preparation. The term "hybrid space" describes the ideal environment of shared partnership where knowledge is jointly…
Descriptors: Physical Education Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Foreign Countries, College School Cooperation
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Hramiak, Alison – Cogent Education, 2015
Previous research has shown that beginning teachers are capable of adapting their practice to the needs of ethnically diverse pupils. This paper investigates the possibility that such teachers were developing their practice into what I have termed culturally adaptive teaching. A variety of methods were used to collect qualitative data that focused…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Student Diversity, Ethnic Diversity, Teaching Methods
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Gresty, Karen; Heffernan, Troy; Pan, Wei; Edwards-Jones, Andrew – Higher Education Review, 2015
Reported benefits of research-informed teaching include enhanced student engagement and graduates that are better prepared for employment in an uncertain world. However, there are a number of academic risks that can have both positive and negative impacts on staff and students when implementing research-informed teaching. Mitigating such risks…
Descriptors: Semi Structured Interviews, Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes, Evidence Based Practice