Volume 32, Number 2


Forthcoming Issue
Research Articles

Reading Fiction as a Learning Activity in Clinical Psychology Education: Students’ Perspectives
      Malgorzata Erikson, University of Gothenburg
      Martin G. Erikson, University of Borås
      Elisabeth Punzi, University of Gothenburg


Peer-leaders’ perceived roles: An exploratory study in a postsecondary organic chemistry course
      Aaron Clark, University of South Florida
      Jeffrey R. Raker, University of South Florida


The Efficacy of Guided Inquiry versus Video in an Online Setting: Do Student Characteristics Matter?
      Alison Barton, East Tennessee State University
      Colin Chesley, East Tennessee State University


Widening participation and linguistic barriers to engagement: exploring academic perceptions and practices
      Rachel Burke, University of Newcastle, Australia


Higher Institution Teacher Engagement in Partisan Politics: Perspective on Bangladesh
      Mohammad Omar Shiddike, University of Regina


Supporting and measuring the development of reflective skills in depth and breadth of English and Physics teacher trainees
      Christiane Klempin, Freie Universitaet Berlin
      Daniel Rehfeldt, Freie Universitaet Berlin
      Michaela Sambanis, Freie Universitaet Berlin
      Volkhard Nordmeier, Freie Universitaet Berlin


Let’s Have Lunch: Preparing Pre-Service Teachers to Support Students with Disabilities via Authentic Social Interactions
      Srimani Chakravarthi, University of St. Francis
      Lisa White-McNulty, University of St. Francis


Great expectations or simply realistic? An exploration of second year undergraduate expectations of science programs of study at an Australian university.
      Mary Sarah-Jane Gregory, Griffith University
      Christopher Klopper, Griffith University
      Wendy Loughlin, Griffith University


Understanding instructors’ behaviors in using Facebook for educational purposes
      Unal CAKIROGLU, Trabzon University
      Melek ATABAY, Trabzon University
      Merve AYDIN, Trabzon University


Towards Personal Transformation: Faculty Social Justice Teaching in Doctoral Education
      Ericka Roland , University of Texas at Austin


Collaborative learning techniques, student learning outcomes, and equal workload within groups in different teaching modalities
      Megumi Kuwabara, California State University Dominguez Hills
      Susan Einbinder, California State University Dominguez Hills
      Rui Sun, California State University Dominguez Hills
      Roya Azizi, California State University Dominguez Hills


Students’ Global Mindedness and Cultural Sensitivity: Examining the implications of the Semester at Sea Study Abroad Voyage
      Nilufer Medora, California State University at Long Beach
      Roudi Nazarinia Roy, California State University at Long Beach
      Tiffany L. Brown, California State University at Long Beach


Understanding College Students' Perceptions of Effective Teaching
      Connie Chuyun Hu, The University of Kansas

Instructional Articles

Learning on the Move: Making Meaning Through Movement
      Tricia Nolfi, Rider University
      Karen Gischlar, Rider University


3D Printing and Service Learning: Accessible Open Educational Resources for Students with Visual Impairment
      Brian W. Stone, Boise State University
      Donovan Kay, Boise State University
      Anthony Reynolds, Boise State University
      Deana Brown, Idaho Commission for Libraries


Not Just Reading About It, But Doing It: Graduate Students Learning the Case Study in a Cross-Disciplinary, Co-Taught Course
      Kate Mangelsdorf, University of Texas at El Paso
      Char Ullman, University of Texas at El Paso

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