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Cadavid, Sara; Luna, Karlos – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2021
When co-witnesses exchange information, false information may be presented, and false memories could be created. This co-witness suggestibility effect has been studied in face-to-face interactions, and little is known about the impact of online discussions on co-witnesses' memories. In two experiments, we explored whether: (1) the co-witness…
Descriptors: Memory, Discussion, Computer Mediated Communication, Problems
Bocala, Candice; Holman, RoLesia R. – Educational Leadership, 2021
Only by pushing through resistance can coaches help teams achieve necessary change, write Candice Bocala and RoLesia Holman. Head of the RIDES Project at Harvard, the authors describe how both technical fixes and adaptive solutions can help coaches elicit deeper, more meaningful discussions with staff about race.
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Equal Education, Race, Resistance (Psychology)
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Chung, Jessica; Pierre, Darren E.; Navarro, Christie D.; Steele, Michelle Cummings; Weng, John – New Directions for Student Leadership, 2021
This article dives into the complexity of managing our "self" and our "roles," and how we can acknowledge the vast multitudes contained in each of our identities in our work as leadership educators. We wanted to incorporate a more conversational format to this article by highlighting the different ways ideas can be expressed…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Self Management, Leadership Role, Inquiry
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Gibbs, Antonnette M.; Park, Joo Young – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2022
From the socio-critical perspective of mathematical modeling, reflexive discussions about the nature, criteria, and consequences of mathematical models are not a natural consequence of modeling in school. This report is part of a larger study focused on stimulating reflexive discussions in practice employing constructivist grounded theory as a…
Descriptors: College Students, College Mathematics, Mathematical Models, Algebra
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Babb, Lauren; Austin, Rachel Narehood – Journal of Chemical Education, 2022
To explore the myriad ways in which systemic racism diminishes chemistry, and to recommend changes to our home department, a seminar-style course was created that provided a structured venue in which to collaborate with students. The course was created by the department chair, after reflecting on the Black Lives Matter message that it was time for…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Racial Discrimination, Single Sex Colleges, Seminars
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Dorneich, Michael C.; O'Dwyer, Brian; Dolowitz, Annetta R.; Styron, Jennifer L.; Grogan, James – New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 2021
This chapter describes best practices for adapting traditional, face-to-face, team-based learning principles to develop online application exercise design, support effective facilitation, and use appropriate technology to promote effective online team collaboration. The unique challenges of online TBL applications include maintaining effective…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Cooperative Learning, Teamwork, Best Practices
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Glynn, Ruth; Salmon, Karen; Low, Jason – Developmental Psychology, 2022
We investigated whether selective discussion of autobiographical memory narratives would impact the quality of young people's recall of their nondiscussed memory narratives. Children (ages 8-9 years, n = 65) and adolescents (ages 13-15 years, n = 58) completed an adapted version of the retrieval-induced forgetting (RIF) paradigm for self-generated…
Descriptors: Memory, Recall (Psychology), Children, Adolescents
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Wray, Christina C.; Benjamin, David – American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, 2021
Exhibits offer insight into what an organization values while providing patrons the opportunity to be challenged and engaged. This paper explores ways exhibits policies can be crafted to move exhibits beyond the walls and cases to create a space for community discussion that promote growth and understanding by providing space for discussions,…
Descriptors: Exhibits, Policy Formation, Discussion, Community Involvement
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McNeill, Olivia; Love, Bettina L.; Patel, Leigh; Stovall, David Omotoso – Equity & Excellence in Education, 2021
Operating within the Black radical tradition, through this kitchen-table talk, we seek to edify and sustain abolitionist ontologies. We begin with poetic and musical offerings that highlight our personal connections to abolition, before exploring the complexities and necessities of relationship building as foundational for this work. We encounter…
Descriptors: Social Justice, African Americans, Discussion, Educational Change
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Meaney, Tamsin; Fyhn, A. B.; Graham, S. R. W. – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2022
To increase possibilities for listening respectfully to Indigenous educators, there is a need to identify conversational prompts which are used to raise alternative views of social justice about mathematics education for Indigenous students. Using Nancy Fraser's description of abnormal social justice, an analysis was made of transcripts from round…
Descriptors: Mathematics Teachers, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Mathematics Education
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Pruner, Michael; Liljedahl, Peter – ZDM: Mathematics Education, 2021
For too long, problem solving has been studied as a solitary and isolated activity where individuals make progress based on personal resources acquired from knowledge, previous experiences or moments of illumination; however, in society, and indeed amongst mathematicians, problem solving can be highly collaborative and occurs in spaces where…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Problem Solving, Classroom Environment, Mathematics Education
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Benedict, Bailey C. – College Teaching, 2021
In discussion-oriented courses, students often struggle to think of relevant stories and examples to share, which can impede their learning. Creating and presenting vision boards enables students to reflect on their personal, academic, and professional experiences and envision their ideal futures. By compiling text, photographs, clip art, and…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Student Experience, Futures (of Society), Discussion
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Cheng, Jiaming; Lei, Jing; Zhang, Lili – International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 2021
This study explored how to effectively apply gamification design principles to improve the quantity and quality of online discussions. Based on a game design framework: Playing Experience of Needs Satisfaction (PENS), two specific gamification design principles: (1) aligning gamification awards with specific performance expectations; and (2)…
Descriptors: Discussion, Teaching Methods, Game Based Learning, Graduate Students
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Tang, Ying; Hew, Khe Foon – International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, 2022
Mobile instant messaging (MIM) has become the most popular means for young people to communicate. MIM apps typically come with a myriad of features that educators may leverage to increase student learning. However, it remains poorly understood to what extent and in what aspect MIM can facilitate student engagement. We address the gap by comparing…
Descriptors: Handheld Devices, Computer Mediated Communication, Asynchronous Communication, Discussion
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Webber, Charlotte; Wilkinson, Katherine; Andries, Valentina; McGeown, Sarah – Literacy, 2022
This article provides a reflective account of the participatory methodology employed in the Growing up a Reader research study. The aim of the Growing up a Reader study was to explore children's (age 9-11) perceptions of a 'reader' and their reasons for reading different text types. This involved training 12 primary school children as student…
Descriptors: Reading Attitudes, Elementary School Students, Student Attitudes, Interviews
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