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Volume 26, Number 1

Current Issue
Research Articles



Breaking it Down: Knowledge Transfer in a Multimedia Learning Environment
      Gina J Mariano, Troy University, United States

pp. 1–11




Positive Effects of Peer-Led Reflection on Undergraduates’ Concept Integration and Synthesis During Service Learning
      Monika Hudson, University of San Francisco, United States
      Keith Hunter, University of San Francisco, United States

pp. 12–25




Teaching Assistants’ Preparation for, Attitudes Towards, and Experiences with Academic Dishonesty: Lessons Learned
      Michael Seals, Purdue University, United States
      James Hammons, University of Arkansas, United States
      Ketevan Mamiseishvili, University of Arkansas, United States

pp. 26–36




Enhancing Educators’ Skills for Promoting Critical Thinking in Their Classroom Discourses: A Randomized Control Trial
      Raisa Gul, Aga Khan University , Other
      Shehla Khan, Aga Khan University , Other
      Azra Ahmad, Aga Khan University , Other
      Shanaz Cassum, Aga Khan University , Other
      Tanveer Saeed, Aga Khan University , Other
      Yasmin Parpio, Aga Khan University , Other
      Joanne Profetto-McGrath, University of Alberta, Canada
      Donald Schopflocher, University of Alberta, Canada

pp. 37–54




Experiences of College Students with Psychological Disabilities: The Impact of Perceptions of Faculty Characteristics on Academic Achievement
      Kathleen Stein, Towson University, United States

pp. 55–65




Free and Open Source Tools (FOSTs): An Empirical Investigation of Pre-Service Teacher’s Competency, Attitudes, and Pedagogical Intentions
      Joyce Asing-Cashman, New Mexico State University, United States
      Binod Gurung, New Mexico State University, United States
      Yam Limbu, Montclair State University, United States
      David Rutledge, New Mexico State University, United States

pp. 66–77




Talented Tertiary Students: A Largely “Forgotten” Group Within the Tertiary Sector?
      Lynda Garrett, University of Auckland, New Zealand, New Zealand
      Christine Rubie-Davies, Faculty of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand

pp. 78–89




Exploring Students’ Perspectives of College STEM: An Analysis of Course Rating Websites
      YunJeong Chang, University of Georgia, United States
      Seung Won Park, University of Georgia, United States

pp. 90–101




Impact of Peer Mentoring on Mentee Academic Performance: Is Any Mentoring Style Better than No Mentoring at All?
      Birgit Leidenfrost, University of Vienna, Faculty of Psychology, Austria
      Barbara Strassnig, University of Vienna, Faculty of Psychology, Austria
      Marlene Schütz, University of Marburg, Central Student Advisory Service, Germany
      Claus-Christian Carbon, University of Bamberg, Department of General Psychology and Methodology, Germany
      Alfred Schabmann, University of Vienna, Faculty of Psychology, Austria

pp. 102–111

Instructional Articles



Enhancement of Quality Learning: Capitalizing on the SAL Framework
      Huy Phan, University of New England, Australia

pp. 112-121




Children and Violence: An Undergraduate Course Model of Interdisciplinary Co-Teaching
      Linda Bucci, Lasell College, United States
      Sidney Trantham, Lesley University, United States

pp. 122-131




Interteaching: An Evidence-Based Approach to Instruction
      Thomas Wade Brown, University of Nevada, Reno, United States
      Kenneth Killingsworth, University of Nevada, Reno, United States
      Mark P. Alavosius, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

pp. 132-139




In Defense of Reading Quizzes
      Elizabeth Tropman, Colorado State University, United States

pp. 140-146




Conceptualizing Criticality as a Guiding Principle for High Quality Academic Service Learning
      Angela Lewellyn Jones, Elon University, United States
      Pamela Kiser, Elon University, United States

pp. 147-156

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