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Virtue, Emily E. – Journal of Effective Teaching in Higher Education, 2021
Instructors in higher education are often asked to reflect on their pedagogical choices in formulaic, detached, rote ways such as end of the year faculty evaluations or in response to peer review of teaching. Yet, because of the parameters for these reflections, they often lack depth or much consideration. Particularly because higher education…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teaching Methods, Reflective Teaching, Reflection
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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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Bouley, Theresa M.; Godfrey, Phoebe C. – Journal of Effective Teaching, 2008
The role of children's literature in helping children make sense of themselves, their experiences and their worlds either in a classroom setting or in a more therapeutic context has been well documented. What has not been researched as far as we know is the use of children's literature in the college classroom as a means of enabling students to…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Early Childhood Education, Sociology, Teaching Methods