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Krehbiel, Timothy C.; Salzarulo, Peter A.; Cosmah, Michelle L.; Forren, John; Gannod, Gerald; Havelka, Douglas; Hulshult, Andrea R.; Merhout, Jeffrey – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2017
A group of faculty members representing six colleges at a public university formed a learning community to study the Agile Way of Working--a method of workplace collaboration widely used in software development--and to determine whether the concepts, practices, and benefits of Agile are applicable to higher education settings. After more than two…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teaching Methods, Teacher Effectiveness, Computer Software
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Paolini, Allison – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2015
This manuscript addresses how post-secondary educators can enhance their teaching effectiveness and student learning outcomes through student assessment. Highlights will include evidence-based practices, teaching style, methodology, and the use of assessment data for university instructors. Primary focus will be data obtained from key stakeholders…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Effectiveness, Student Evaluation, Teaching Styles
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Leibold, Nancyruth; Schwarz, Laura Marie – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2015
The cultivation of providing online feedback that is positive, effective, and enhances the learning experience is a valuable educator skill. Acquisition of the art of providing feedback is through education, practice, and faculty development. This article provides information about the best practices for delivering online feedback to learners. An…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Computer Mediated Communication, Best Practices, Electronic Learning
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Mills, Jamie – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2015
This article discusses important considerations for teachers who teach or may be thinking about teaching statistics online or in a hybrid/blended format. Suggestions from previous research and practical teaching experiences are examined. Moreover, the latest recommendations from the literature are considered in the context of teaching from a…
Descriptors: Statistics, Distance Education, Teaching Methods, Blended Learning
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Hunt, Kathleen P.; Krakow, Melinda M. – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2015
Lauded as a rewarding pedagogical approach, community-engagement can be time-consuming, resource-intensive, and difficult for instructors to manage for effective student learning outcomes. Collaborative teaching can allow instructors working in the same classroom to draw from each others' expertise and share resources. In this essay, we propose a…
Descriptors: Food, Food Standards, Teacher Collaboration, School Community Programs
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Samsa, Gregory P.; LeBlanc, Thomas W.; Zaas, Aimee; Howie, Lynn; Abernethy, Amy P. – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2014
The core pedagogic problem considered here is how to effectively teach statistics to physicians who are engaged in a "learning health system" (LHS). This is a special case of a broader issue--namely, how to effectively teach statistics to academic physicians for whom research--and thus statistics--is a requirement for professional…
Descriptors: Statistics, Physicians, Constructivism (Learning), Professional Continuing Education
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Karpenko, Lara; Dietz, Lauri – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2013
In this article, we contend that publically available, mass digitization projects, such as Google Books, present faculty, regardless of their specific institutional context, with an exciting opportunity to promote meaningful undergraduate research in the humanities. By providing a classroom case study and by proposing an institutional model, we…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Student Research, Electronic Publishing, Electronic Libraries
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McNaughton-Cassill, Mary E. – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2013
Rising rates of incivility in the college classroom can generate stress for both faculty and students. However, incivility can take multiple forms, have different causes and require different management techniques. In some cases disruptive behavior is the result of student faculty interactions, and can be ameliorated by improved communication or…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Behavior, Behavior Disorders, Antisocial Behavior
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Knepp, Kristen A. Frey – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2012
In recent years, faculty have seen an increase in latecomers, sleepers, cell phone addicts, and downright discourteous students in their courses. Classroom incivility is the disruptive behavior that occurs in higher education learning environments at an alarming rate. Incivility is often a reciprocal process; both students and faculty may…
Descriptors: Student Behavior, Antisocial Behavior, Teacher Behavior, Behavior Problems
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Tornabene, Ladona; Nowak, Amy Versnik; Vogelsang, Lisa – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2012
This current generation of students, known as the Millennial Generation, has a propensity toward multi-tasking and a history of structured and tightly filled days. Reflection may not be viewed as productive and as conducive to learning as other "tasks" and thus may be neglected. However, by employing a methodology (photography) that…
Descriptors: Photography, Reflection, Age Groups, Generational Differences
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Tagsold, Jennifer T.; Decuir-Gunby, Jessica – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2012
The hit movie saga "Twilight" has made an impact on viewers of all ages. This article seeks to explore the uses of film in psychology classes with a focus on ways in which instructors may find scenes from the "Twilight" series helpful and engaging for students. The authors describe scenes and themes from the first three movies…
Descriptors: Films, Popular Culture, Teaching Methods, Adolescent Development
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Gruber, Sibylle – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2011
In this article, I reflect on the pedagogical decisions I made when I taught a course on gendered literacies during the 2008/2009 presidential campaign. I specifically focus on what I term the "Hillary" phenomenon, the media's often negative and unflattering portrayal of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. I start with a brief…
Descriptors: Political Campaigns, Presidents, Teaching Methods, Critical Thinking
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Comeaux, Patricia – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2010
This paper describes and analyzes a Debate-Discussion Learning Project designed to foster student engagement with the subject matter and each other in reflective and analytical dialogues. This project is a significant component of a course, The Rhetoric of the Civil Rights Movement, which has a major goal of understanding how the legacy of racial…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Cooperative Learning, Racial Relations, Cultural Differences
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Roundtree, Aimee Kendall – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2010
This article discusses and evaluates the inclusion of ethics learning modules in a graduate- level visual design theory course. Modules were designed as a part of an NEH grant. Students grappled with case studies that probed the ethics of visuals at the crux of the BP oil refinery accident, NASA space shuttle disasters, the Enron collapse, and…
Descriptors: Success, Failure, Ethics, Visual Learning
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Klein, Gerald D. – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2009
As a significant percentage of students in higher education today have one or more disabilities, it is important for instructors to be aware of what disabilities, and how disabilities, impact student performance. Students with a wide range of disabilities can encounter significant obstacles when experiential instructional methods are implemented…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Experiential Learning, College Students, Access to Education
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