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Schrum, Kelly; Majury, Niall; Simonelli, Anne Laure; Bogdewiecz, Sarah – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
There is growing attention to student assessments designed to reach beyond the classroom, including assessments with an immediate or future audience. The impact of audience, however, has not been examined in multimodal assessments across continents, institutions, disciplines, and teaching contexts. Using qualitative data, this article examines the…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Audience Awareness, Graduate Students, Capstone Experiences
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McBrady, Jared – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
This paper makes a conceptual argument for using the Decoding the Disciplines research paradigm as a pedagogical innovation in the field of teacher education. It incorporates empirical findings from a research project in which teacher candidates conduct Decoding interviews to deepen understanding of historical thinking and learn pedagogical…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Instructional Innovation, Teacher Education Programs, Preservice Teachers
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Rankin, Joanna C.; Pearl, Andrew J.; Jorre de St Jorre, Trina; McSharry McGrath, Moriah; Dyer, Sarah; Sheriff, Samiah; Armitage, Roberta; Ruediger, Kerstin; Jere, Anoushka; Zafar, Saania; Sedres, Shalaine; Chaudhary, Daania – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
Recognizing that university statements about equity, diversity, and inclusion are often cosmetic, performative, or at best, aspirational, rather than indicative of on-campus realities, this project analyzes interpretations of student identity and diversity through publicly available materials. The primary purpose of this research was to…
Descriptors: Diversity (Institutional), Institutional Mission, Universities, Web Sites
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van Melle, Jonathan – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
Higher education institutes, including research universities and universities of applied sciences, face the challenge of developing effective internationalisation practices to prepare students for the demands of a globalising world. Researchers reporting on studies that are focused on universities' internationalisation practices show that few…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Heuristics, Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills
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Davidson, Ashley B.; Addison, Christopher J.; Charbonneau, James – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
Universities are recognizing the need to prepare graduates to think conceptually and have the ability to take on complex, real-world problems. Strategies to assess conceptual knowledge are limited and often require more time and effort to complete than is accessible for most undergraduate courses. Card sorting is a very broad technique for…
Descriptors: Problem Based Learning, Task Analysis, College Freshmen, Scientific Concepts
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Bornschlegl, Madeleine; Caltabiano, Nerina Jane – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
Academic support at Australian universities has become an important aspect of higher education, as student cohorts continue to diversify, and universities need to ensure the students' success and the institutions' reputations. Often, students in need do not access academic support services and little is known about what influences students'…
Descriptors: Accessibility (for Disabled), Academic Support Services, Access to Education, Diversity
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Paris, Brit M. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
Instructor perspectives regarding the challenges they experience in enacting effective feedback processes have not been the focus in the literature on effective feedback processes. This study investigated the challenges that instructors experienced in providing effective feedback to students between January and April 2020, particularly considering…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, Barriers, Feedback (Response), Student Evaluation
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Ragupathi, Kiruthika; Yeo, Zi Hui; Loy, Hui Chieh – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
To promote the development of critical thinking abilities in an introductory undergraduate humanities course in the context of mass higher education, we implemented a course design that employed a series of scenario-based multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and informal peer discussions. Using an online survey to gather perception data and…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Thinking Skills, Large Group Instruction, Humanities
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Ghaith, Ghazi M.; Awada, Ghada M. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
This article reports the results of a qualitative study of the effectiveness of a critical reading instructional intervention based on teacher/student conferencing (TSC) and differentiated instruction (DI) in improving the participants' understanding and evaluation of published educational research. TSC and DI entailed using a subset of teaching…
Descriptors: Scaffolding (Teaching Technique), Educational Research, Teacher Student Relationship, Individualized Instruction
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Loes, Chad N. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
This paper explores the effect of collaborative learning on academic motivation among students from 17 institutions throughout the United States. Even in the presence of a wide array of potential confounders, collaborative learning exerted a statistically significant and positive influence on students' academic motivation levels across four years…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Student Motivation, Undergraduate Students, National Surveys
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Medaille, Ann; Beisler, Molly; Tokarz, Rayla; Bucy, Rosalind – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2022
Writing a thesis is often the culminating experience for undergraduate students enrolled in university honors programs in the United States. Because writing a thesis is one of the most difficult academic tasks that an undergraduate student may undertake, it requires a high level of self-efficacy, or belief in one's capabilities to achieve certain…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Theses, Writing (Composition), Undergraduate Students
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Friberg, Jennifer C.; Frake-Mistak, Mandy; Healey, Ruth L.; Sipes, Shannon; Mooney, Julie; Sanchez, Stephanie; Waller, Karena L. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2021
Mentoring relationships that form between scholars of teaching and learning occur formally and informally, across varied pathways and programs. In order to better understand such relationships, this paper proposes an adapted version of a three-stage model of mentoring, using three examples of "unseen opportunities for mentoring in the…
Descriptors: Mentors, Educational Researchers, College Instruction, Learning
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Hoffmann, Darren S.; Kearns, Katherine; Bovenmyer, Karen M.; Cumming, W. F. Preston; Drane, Leslie E.; Gonin, Madeleine; Kelly, Lisa; Rohde, Lisa; Tabassum, Shawana; Blay, Riley – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2021
In this study, graduate students and postdoctoral scholars participated in a hybrid, multi-institutional workshop series about course design. Trainees developed college courses based on their research expertise, posting works-in-progress to a shared, online drive for peer review and collaboration. Learners also met weekly with local facilitators…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Postdoctoral Education, Blended Learning, Intercollegiate Cooperation
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Kensington-Miller, Barbara; Webb, Andrea S.; Gansemer-Topf, Ann M.; Lewis, Heather; Luu, Julie; Maheux-Pelletier, Geneviève; Hofmann, Analise K. – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2021
This study examines the lived experiences of seven internationally diverse scholars from Canada, the United States, New Zealand, and Australia to answer the question: how do we make meaning of our collective boundary crossing experiences across disciplines and positions within SoTL? Our positions range from graduate student, faculty, and academic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Instruction, Learning
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Maurer, Trent W.; Shipp, Catelyn – Teaching & Learning Inquiry, 2021
This paper reports results from a mixed-methods intervention conducted in partnership between a faculty member and an undergraduate to shape student study strategies for success in an introductory course. The instructor provided students with information on the effectiveness of the successive relearning study strategy, conducted an in-class…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, College Faculty, Introductory Courses, Academic Achievement
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