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Göksu, Idris; Özcan, Kursat Volkan; Çakir, Recep; Göktas, Yuksel – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
This study examines studies on instructional design models by applying content analysis. It covers 113 papers published in 44 international Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) and Science Citation Index (SCI) journals. Studies on instructional design models are explored in terms of journal of publication, preferred model, country where the study…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Educational Trends, Trend Analysis, Instructional Design
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Burton, Kelley – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
The Australian Learning and Teaching Council's Bachelor of Laws Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Statement identified "thinking skills" as one of the six threshold learning outcomes for a Bachelor of Laws Program, which reinforced the significance of learning, teaching and assessing "thinking skills" in law schools…
Descriptors: Criterion Referenced Tests, Foreign Countries, Scoring Rubrics, Lawyers
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Xia, Belle Selene – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
Previous research has shown that, despite the importance of programming education, there is limited research done on programming education experiences from the students' point of view and the need to do so is strong. By understanding the student behaviour, their learning styles, their expectation and motivation to learn, the quality of teaching…
Descriptors: Programming, Higher Education, Educational Theories, Student Centered Learning
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Oluwatayo, Adedapo Adewunmi; Ezema, Isidore; Opoko, Akunnaya – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
What constitutes design ability and design expertise in architecture? Which categories of design expertise can be identified amongst architecture students? And which input factors differentiate one level of expertise from another? These questions were addressed in a survey of architecture students in Nigeria. Based on the results, students were…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Architecture, Architectural Education, Expertise
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Lelis, Catarina – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
Peer Learning is broadly described as the development of knowledge or skills by individuals from similar statutory conditions who are learning from and with each other in both formal and informal ways. There is a considerable amount of published work on peer learning in the context of schools and undergraduate courses but little work has been…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Masters Degrees, Student Attitudes
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Coyne, Richard David; Lee, John; Denitsa, Petrova – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
After explaining our experience with a flipped classroom model of learning, we argue that the approach brings to light the dramaturgical and mediatized aspects of learning experiences that favour a closer connection between recorded content and "live" presentation by the lecturer. We adopted the flipped classroom approach to learning and…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Homework, Video Technology
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Cameron, Leanne – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
This paper reports on the learning designs, teaching methods and activities most commonly employed within the disciplines in six universities in Australia. The study sought to establish if there were significant differences between the disciplines in learning designs, teaching methods and teaching activities in the current Australian context, as…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Foreign Countries, Universities, Learner Engagement
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Davidson, Paul; Tsakissiris, Jane; Guo, Yuanyuan – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
This paper explores the implications for learning design in HRM education in the 21st century. An open systems perspective is used to argue the importance of establishing productive relationships between academia, professional associations, regulators and industry (resource inputs) to support the creation of optimal learning environments (the…
Descriptors: Systems Approach, Comparative Education, Human Resources, Labor Force Development
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Gillett-Swan, Jenna – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
Higher education providers are becoming increasingly aware of the diversity of their current and potential learners and are moving to provide a range of options for their engagement. The increasingly flexible delivery modes available for university students provide multiple pathways and opportunities for those seeking further education. In…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Online Courses, Learner Engagement, Educational Technology
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Sawang, Sukanlaya; O'Connor, Peter; Ali, Muhammad – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
This paper aims to answer how we can increase students' engagement in a large class. We hypothesised that the use of KeyPad, an interactive student response system, can lead to enhanced student engagement in a large classroom. We tested a model of classroom technology integration enhancing the students' engagement among first year undergraduate…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Large Group Instruction, Hypothesis Testing, Audience Response Systems
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Morris, Mervin; Tsakissiris, Jane – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
Engaging large first year classes in tertiary education poses a number of significant challenges, many of which have been addressed in the literature. One area that has not received the kind of attention it warrants is the context within which student learning takes place. This paper reports on the processes used to engage a large first year…
Descriptors: Context Effect, Management Development, Role, Learner Engagement
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Matthews, Judy; Wrigley, Cara – Journal of Learning Design, 2017
Design and design thinking have been identified as making valuable contributions to business and management, and the numbers of higher education programs that teach design thinking to business students, managers and executives are growing. However multiple definitions of design thinking and the range of perspectives have created some confusion…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Thinking Skills, Management Development, Program Design
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Reece, Amanda A. – Journal of Learning Design, 2016
A program of development of online learning resources should provide content, resources, support and activities to promote excellence and innovation in instructional quality and assessment. This article provides details on five best practices in digital object development for teaching and learning. In addition, an evaluation of the learning object…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Educational Quality, Excellence in Education, Best Practices
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Burton, Kelley – Journal of Learning Design, 2016
In an Australian legal education context, there is minimal research on designing and implementing a court report as a summative assessment task. This journal article attempts to fill this gap by reflecting on the journey of a legal educator who pioneered a court report for a core final year course in a Bachelor of Laws program with large cohorts…
Descriptors: Law Students, Legal Education (Professions), Summative Evaluation, Court Litigation
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Rankin, Andrea; Luzeckyj, Ann; Haggis, Jane; Gare, Callum – Journal of Learning Design, 2016
In this paper we argue that a messy design process does not mitigate against sharing and transfer of artefacts across educational domains. In fact, such a process can aid in developing a model for learning and teaching that is reusable and authentic. We describe the planning and design of an integrated and interactive blended learning environment…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Blended Learning, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology
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