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Salehizadeh, M. Reza; Behin-Aein, Noureddin – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2014
In the Iranian higher education system, including engineering education, effective implementation of cooperative learning is difficult because classrooms are usually crowded and the students never had a formal group working background in their previous education. In order to achieve the benefits of cooperative learning in this condition, this…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Engineering, Engineering Education, Cooperative Learning
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Biberhofer, Petra; Rammel, Christian – International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2017
Purpose: This paper aims to explain the relevance of science-society interfaces and their potential for higher education institutions to engage stakeholders in supporting sustainable change in cities, via the transdisciplinary learning and teaching approach of the Regional Centre of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development Vienna.…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Interdisciplinary Approach, Sustainable Development, Course Descriptions
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Neuper, Walther A. – Acta Didactica Napocensia, 2017
This is a position paper in the field of Engineering Education, which is at the very beginning in Europe. It relates challenges in the new field to the emerging technology of (Computer) Theorem Proving (TP). Experience shows, that "teaching" abstract models, for instance the wave equation in mechanical engineering and in electrical…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Models
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Han, Min – English Language Teaching, 2015
Cooperative learning is a strategic instructional system applied by many educators the world over. Researchers of cooperative learning have carried out the study in this field and proved that cooperative learning can create a more interesting and relaxed learning atmosphere. It is generally acknowledged that cooperative learning can reduce…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, English, Listening, Listening Comprehension
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Gagné, Nathalie; Parks, Susan – Language Learning Journal, 2016
With respect to cooperative learning, one aspect of particular interest to educators is its inclusive nature in terms of ensuring that all team members in group work are more or less equally involved in the task. Despite the inherent relevance for second language teaching, however, research is scant. To contribute to this area, the present study…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cooperative Learning, Intensive Language Courses, English (Second Language)
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Mouritzen, Poul Erik – Journal of Political Science Education, 2018
During four intensive summer weeks, 28 students were exposed to the daily life of top political leaders (ministers and city mayors), acting as their political advisors. Real-life assignments were planned in cooperation with liaisons from the personal offices of these political leaders. The cases brought the hectic, complicated and uncertain life…
Descriptors: Politics, Leaders, Political Affiliation, Foreign Countries
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Akbel, Burcu Avci – Journal of Education and Training Studies, 2018
Flipped learning is based on more effective use of the time spent with the instructor in the classroom. This study is aimed at identifying students' and instructors' opinions on the use of flipped learning model in cello education in Turkish music. This is the first study whereby flipped learning model has ever been used in Turkish Music education…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Musical Instruments, Homework, Video Technology
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Fletcher, Anna Katarina – Educational Review, 2018
Effective feedback is an essential tool for making learning explicit and an essential feature of classroom practice that promotes learner autonomy. Yet, it remains a pressing challenge for teachers to scaffold the active involvement of students as critical, reflective and autonomous learners who use feedback constructively. This paper seeks to…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Feedback (Response), Writing Instruction, Writing Exercises
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Reinhard, Karin; Pogrzeba, Anna – Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education, 2016
The role of industry in the higher education system is becoming more prevalent, as universities integrate a practical element into their curricula. However, the level of development of cooperative education and work-integrated learning varies from country to country. In Germany, cooperative education and work-integrated learning has a long…
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Cooperative Learning, School Business Relationship, Industry
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Bobkina, Jelena; Domínguez, Elena – English Language Teaching, 2015
Bilingual Education is a must in Spain nowadays. Its implementation during the past ten years has involved a meaningful change in teaching methodology. For the first time now our students have the chance to speak and to listen to the target language before they start mastering grammar. As part of this process, English literature is being…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Bilingual Education
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Anwar, Yunita Arian Sani; Senam; Laksono, Endang W. – International Journal of Instruction, 2018
The implementation of KKNI curriculum in Indonesia requires meaningful learning--so does the biochemistry learning. In the mean time, biochemistry learning is constrained by the fact that its implementation and assessment have yet to be integrated with classroom learning and laboratory works. The Orientation/Decision/Do/Discuss/Reflect (OD3R)…
Descriptors: Biochemistry, Science Instruction, College Science, College Students
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Aghajani, Mojtaba; Adloo, Mahsa – International Journal of Instruction, 2018
The widespread of mobile devices bring a huge potential to e-leaning in terms of pervasiveness, ubiquity, personalization, and flexibility. In this study, a total of 70 university ESP learners were involved. Telegram, as the treatment in this study was compared to a conventional method; face-to-face in the cooperative writing activities. First of…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Writing Skills, Online Courses, Student Attitudes
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Leak, Anne E.; Sciaky, Elizabeth; Lenaburg, Lubella; Bianchini, Julie A.; Scott, Susannah – Journal of Chemical Education, 2018
This study explores how graduate students learn to participate in collaborative international science research. As part of an NSF-funded program, 21 graduate students participated in extended research visits to China, completing surveys before and after traveling, and participating in semistructured interviews upon returning to the U.S. These…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Scientific Research, International Programs, Student Surveys
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Reyes, Encarnación; Enfedaque, Alejandro; Gálvez, Jaime C. – Journal of Technology and Science Education, 2017
There is little doubt that student motivation is essential in providing a beneficial learning experience. One way to produce such motivation is to stimulate it through suitable assessment methods. This paper shares the experience acquired by the authors, who are university lecturers in Civil Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Case Studies, Feedback (Response), Integrated Learning Systems
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Spencer, Jan; Maynard, Sally – Journal of Museum Education, 2014
A significant amount of research supports the value of learning outside the classroom for creating effective learning opportunities, and for the social, cultural and emotional benefits it presents. Although there is a movement in place in the United Kingdom to integrate learning outside the classroom into classroom practice, many pre-service…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Informal Education, Theory Practice Relationship, Student Teacher Attitudes
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