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Volume 30, Number 1

Current Issue
Research Articles



The Effects of a Suggested Online Course on Developing ELT Student Teachers' Competences Regarding Oral Corrective Feedback: Evidence from Peer Reflections
      Yusuf Demir, Necmettin Erbakan University, Turkey
      Kemal Sinan Özmen, Gazi University, Turkey

pp. 1–11




Long-Term Chinese Students' Transitional Experiences in UK Higher Education: A Particular Focus on their Academic Adjustment
      Isobel Kai-Hui Wang, University of Nankai, China

pp. 12–25




Academic Relevance: College Students' Perspective
      Christopher Pisarik, University of Georgia, United States
      Taylor Whelchel, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, United States

pp. 26–35




The Effect of Google Earth and Wiki Models on Oral Presentation Skills of University EFL Learners
      Ghada Awada, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
      Hassan Diab, American University of Beirut, Lebanon

pp. 36–46




Educational Cloud Services and the Mathematics Confidence, Affective Engagement, and Behavioral Engagement of Mathematics Education Students in Public University in Benue State, Nigeria
      Clement Onwu Iji, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria, Nigeria
      Joshua Abah Abah, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria, Nigeria
      Joseph Wuave Anyor, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria, Nigeria

pp. 47–60




Transformational Teaching: Pakistani Students' Perspectives in the English Classroom
      Khazima Tahir, Dowling College, United States

pp. 61–69




Gaming the System: Helping Students Level Up Their Learning
      David Hill, University of Michigan-Dearborn, United States
      Stein Brunvand, University of Michigan-Dearborn, United States

pp. 70–79




Reliability and Validity of the Research Methods Skills Assessment
      Tamarah Smith, Cabrini University, United States
      Samantha Smith, Temple University, United States

pp. 80–90




Students' Perceptions Towards Teachers' and Students' Academic Impoliteness
      Mohammad Aliakbari, Ilam University, Iran
      Anna Hajizadeh, Ilam University, Iran

pp. 91–104




A Preliminary Evaluation of Efforts to Diversify Psychology
      Brea Banks, Illinois State University, United States
      Verenice D’Santiago-Eastman, Illinois State University, United States

pp. 105–110




Successful Teacher Teams in Change: The Role of Collective Efficacy and Resilience
      Irma Kunnari, Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK), Finland
      Liisa Ilomäki, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Educational Sciences,Technology in Education Research Group (TEdu) , Finland
      Auli Toom, Helsinki University, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Centre for University Teaching and Learning (HYPE) , Finland

pp. 111–126




Inquiry Into (In)ability to Navigate Dissidence in Teacher Education: What it Tells Us About Internalized Racism
      Jenna Shim, University of Wyoming, United States

pp. 127–135

Instructional Articles



Using Simulation to Develop Entrepreneurial Skills and Mind-Set: An Exploratory Case Study
      Costin Yvonne, University of Limerick, Ireland
      Michael O'Brien, University of Limerick, Ireland
      Darina Slattery, University of Limerick, Ireland

pp. 136-145




Raising the Quality of Discussion by Scaffolding Students' Reading
      Jane West, Mercer University, United States

pp. 146-160




"Just Imagine That…": A Solution Focused Approach to Doctoral Research Supervision in Health and Social Care
      Kenneth Walsh, Univerity of Tasmania and theTasmanian Health Service, Australia
      Patrick Crookes, Australian Catholic University, Australia
      Karen Ford, Tasmanian Health Service, Hobart , Australia
      Kathleen Doherty, Univeristy of Tasmania , Australia
      Loretta Andersen, University of Tasmania , Australia
      Sharon Bingham, University of Tasmania , Australia
      Robert McSherry , Teesside University , United Kingdom

pp. 161-171




Teaching Introduction to Psychology: Promoting Student Learning Using Digital Storytelling and Community Engagement
      Christina Grange, Clayton State University, United States
      Antoinette Miller, Clayton State University, United States

pp. 172-183

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