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Volume 22, Number 2

Past Issue
Research Articles



Developing Quality Online Dialogue: Dialogical Inquiry
      Helen Bound, University of Tasmania, Australia

pp. 107–119




Do We Practice What We Preach? The Teaching Practices of Inclusive Educators in Tertiary Settings
      Andrea Reupert, Monash University Department of Rural and Indigenous Health, Australia
      Brian Hemmings, Charles Sturt University, Australia
      John Connors, Charles Sturt University, Australia

pp. 120–130




Empowering Student Leadership Beliefs: An Exploratory Study
      Sara Marcketti, Iowa State University, United States
      Sara Kadolph, Iowa State University, United States

pp. 131–139




Preparing Scholars of Teaching and Learning Using a Model of Collaborative Peer Consulting and Action Research
      Margaret Waterman, Southeast Missouri State University, United States
      Janet Weber, Southeast Missouri State University, United States
      Carl Pracht, Southeast Missouri State University, United States
      David Kunz, Southeast Missouri State University, United States
      Beverly Evans, Southeast Missouri State University, United States
      Steven Hoffman, Southeast Missouri State University, United States
      Brian Smentkowski, Southeast Missouri State University, United States
      David Starrett, Southeast Missouri State University, United States

pp. 140–151




Project Panama: An International Service Project
      Lydia Aydlett, Western Carolina University, United States
      Gayle Wells, Western Carolina University, United States
      Mickey Randolph, Western Carolina University, United States

pp. 152–157




The Spread of ICT Innovation in Accounting Education
      Sam Jebeile, University of Wollongong, Australia
      Indra Abeysekera, University of Wollongong, Australia

pp. 158–168




Writing Blah, Blah, Blah: Lectures' Approaches and Challenges in Supporting International Students
      Sophie Arkoudis, University of Melbourne, Australia
      Ly Tran, RMIT, Australia

pp. 169–178

Instructional Articles



Planning, Teaching, and Assessing Elementary Education Interdisciplinary Curriculum
      Cynthia Campbell, Northern Illinois University, United States
      Mary Beth Henning, Northern Illinois University, United States

pp. 179-186




Developing Skills for Effective Academic Presentations in EAP
      Elizabeth Bankowski, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

pp. 187-196




Emotional Engagement Through Drama: Strategies to Assist Learning Through Role-Play.
      Paul Heyward, University of Auckland, Faculty of Education., New Zealand

pp. 197-203




Reflections on Learning in Interdisciplinary Settings
      Åsa Andersson, Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies/Centre for Population Studies – Ageing and Living Conditions Programme/Umeå Centre for Gender Studies, Umeå University, Sweden
      Hildur Kalman, Umeå Centre for Gender Studies/ Department of Social Work, Umeå University, Sweden

pp. 204-208




Promoting Noticing through Collaborative Feedback Tasks in EFL College Writing Classroom
      Osman Zakaria Barnawi, Yanbu Industrial College, Saudi Arabia , United States

pp. 209-217




Eliciting and Assessing Reflective Practice: A Case Study in Web 2.0 Technologies
      Kelly Parkes, Virginia Tech, United States
      Sara Kajder, Virginia Tech, United States

pp. 218-228

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