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Tsang, Art – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Oral presentations, activities often assessed and also a means by which learning could take place, are commonplace in higher education. General (delivery) skills in presentations are particularly useful beyond university such as in job interviews and communication with clients and colleagues in the workplace. However, little has been in place to…
Descriptors: Public Speaking, Skill Development, Self Management, Communication Skills
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Miller, Kelly K.; de St. Jorre, Trina Jorre; West, Jan M.; Johnson, Elizabeth D. – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Digital credentials (or badges) allow evidence of achievement to be more detailed than is possible through grades, and can be shared more broadly than is possible through the academic transcript. Here, we illustrate the potential use of digital credentials in higher education through sharing an approach that utilised digital credentials to…
Descriptors: Recognition (Achievement), Information Storage, Credentials, Higher Education
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Soares, André Escórcio; Lopes, Miguel Pereira – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
As the role of students and lecturers in higher education changes, several questions emerge about the role of each of them on students' academic performance. This includes questions regarding the impact of the relationships between students, lecturer's characteristics and the social environment on students' performance. To address these questions,…
Descriptors: Teacher Leadership, Educational Environment, Leadership Styles, Security (Psychology)
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García-Almeida, Desiderio Juan; Cabrera-Nuez, María Teresa – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Cooperative learning techniques in teaching activities are becoming increasingly popular. Many studies have documented the benefits of these techniques, but fewer have analysed the factors affecting students' achievement. One of those factors could be the student's proactivity, since cooperative techniques require active involvement of students.…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Student Motivation, Locus of Control, Creativity
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McQueen, Heather A.; McMillan, Craig – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Active learning exercises engage students during lectures, but often fail to take account of the individual learning position of each student. The 'quecture' is a partially flipped lecture that incorporates students posing their own questions (quecture questions), discussing them during lectures and revisiting them later. These interactive…
Descriptors: Lecture Method, Active Learning, Individualized Instruction, Instructional Effectiveness
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Wass, Rob; Timmermans, Julie; Harland, Tony; McLean, Angela – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Despite many articles written about assessment in higher education, surprisingly few have examined students' emotional responses to assessment and their perceptions of this impact on their learning experiences and well-being. This article reports on a study using in-depth interviews with 40 undergraduate students who were frequently graded. A…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Student Reaction, Higher Education, Student Welfare
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Yoon, Seonghye; Kim, Seyoung; Kang, Minjeng – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Flipped learning is known to be an approach where learners take part in the learning process in a different way than in the non-flipped classroom and that in both they may deepen their knowledge and develop various competencies such as problem-solving and collaboration. Paying attention to the characteristics of flipped learning, the purpose of…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Personal Autonomy, Learner Engagement, Academic Achievement
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Räisänen, Milla; Postareff, Liisa; Mattsson, Markus; Lindblom-Ylänne, Sari – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
This study examines the profiles of self-regulation of learning, peer learning and peer support among students. The study investigates whether the profiles differ in terms of reported study-related exhaustion. Students completed a questionnaire regarding their use of self-regulation of learning and peer learning and perceived peer support and…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Self Control, Peer Teaching, Peer Relationship
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du Rocher, Andrew R. – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Active learning strategies, goals, values, self-efficacy and thus study motivation are all thought to affect the depth of student engagement with their work. Plagiarism is a common problem and must reflect a shallow level of student engagement. Cognitive perspectives on learning and teaching should consider how variations in attentional control…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Academic Achievement, Self Efficacy, Correlation
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Goodenough, Anne E.; Roberts, Hazel; Biggs, David M.; Derounian, James G.; Hart, Adam G.; Lynch, Kenny – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Resilience is a multifaceted concept but, in the context of learning, it can best be thought of as an individual's capacity to create and maximise opportunities as well as responding positively to setbacks and challenges. Developing students' resilience is becoming increasingly important. Research has shown resilience links to attainment,…
Descriptors: Resilience (Psychology), College Students, Internship Programs, Active Learning
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Derounian, James Garo – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Change and exploration offer students and staff the opportunity to positively embrace use of mobile devices in higher education teaching, so that the much-vaunted pursuit of technology-based co-production of learning can become a reality. There is a need to evaluate the incidence and effect of the use of mobile devices in class, however, given the…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Tassone, Adrianna; Liu, Jenny J. W.; Reed, Maureen J.; Vickers, Kristin – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2020
Increasingly, students engage in multitasking during lecture by shifting their attention between class material and irrelevant information from texts and webpages. It is well established that this divided attention impairs memory and learning. Less is known about how to correct the problem. This study used an educational intervention in the form…
Descriptors: Attention Control, Time Management, Intervention, Student Attitudes
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Geertshuis, Susan A. – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2019
Few studies have assessed the particular relationships between students' emotional well-being, both positive and negative and their learning. This study followed a cohort of mature students through their first semester at university. Four dimensions of emotional well-being were captured (enthusiasm, contentment, anxiety and depression) at three…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Well Being, Academic Achievement, Outcomes of Education
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Law, Anna S.; Stock, Rosemary – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2019
Research has demonstrated that learning is impaired if students multitask with media while encountering new information. However, some have gone further and suggested that media-multitasking (as a general activity) may have a negative impact on cognitive control processes. If this were the case, students who are heavy media-multitaskers generally…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Attention Control, Time Management, Academic Achievement
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Wrigley, Stuart – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2019
This article discusses and challenges the increasing use of plagiarism detection services such as Turnitin and Grammarly by students, arguing that the increasingly online nature of composition is having a profound effect on student composition processes. This dependence on the Internet is leading to a strategy I term 'de-plagiarism', in which…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Essays, Writing Processes, Computer Software
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