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Volume 23, Number 3

Past Issue
Research Articles



Supplemental Instruction: Whom Does It Serve?
      Joakim Malm, Center for Supplemental Instruction, School of Engineering, Lund University, Sweden, Sweden
      Leif Bryngfors, Center for Supplemental Instruction, Lund University, Sweden, Sweden
      Lise-Lotte Mörner, Center for Supplemental Instruction, School of Engineering, Lund University, Sweden, Sweden

pp. 282–291




The Role of Non-classroom Faculty Contact in Student Learning Outcomes in Higher Education Context
      Julide Inozu, Cukurova University, Turkey

pp. 292–302




Effective Teaching in Case-based Education: Patterns in Teacher Behavior and Their Impact on the Students’ Clinical Problem Solving and Learning
      Stephan Ramaekers, Utrecht University, IVLOS Institute of Education, Netherlands
      Hanno van Keulen, Utrecht University, IVLOS Institute of Education, Netherlands
      Wim Kremer, Utrecht University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Netherlands
      Albert Pilot, Utrecht University, IVLOS Institute of Education, Netherlands
      Peter van Beukelen, Utrecht University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Netherlands

pp. 303–313




Meaningful Learning through Video-Supported Forum-Theater
      Päivi Hakkarainen, University of Lapland, Faculty of Education /Centre for Media Pedagogy, Finland
      Kati Vapalahti, Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Culture, Youth and Social field, Campus of Social Work and Health Care, Finland

pp. 314–328




Can Co-curricular Activities Enhance the Learning Effectiveness of Students?: An Application to the Sub-degree Students in Hong Kong
      Chi Hung Leung, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
      Raymond Chi Wing Ng, Tung Wah College, Hong Kong

pp. 329–341




A Desire for the Personal: Student Perceptions of Electronic Feedback
      Kylie Budge, RMIT University, Australia

pp. 342–349




Modern Measurement Information Graphics for Understanding Student Performance Differences
      Kent Rittschof, Georgia Southern University, United States
      Wendy Chambers, Georgia Southern University, United States

pp. 350–362




From the Classroom to the Coffee Shop: Graduate Students and Professors Effectively Navigate Interpersonal Boundaries
      Harriet Schwartz, Carlow University, United States

pp. 363–372

Instructional Articles



Internationalization of Higher Education: Preparing Faculty to Teach Cross-culturally
      Anita Gopal, Queen's University, Canada

pp. 373-381




Changing General Education through Perspectives and the Interdisciplinary First-Year Seminar
      Brian Vander Schee, Aurora University, United States

pp. 382-387




Internationalization of the Higher Education Classroom: Strategies to Facilitate Intercultural Learning and Academic Success
      Brian Crose, Harrison College, United States

pp. 388-395




Encouraging Students to Read: What Professors Are (and Aren’t) Doing About It
      Keith Starcher, Indiana Wesleyan University, United States
      Dennis Proffitt, Southwestern College, United States

pp. 396-407




Courses that Deliver: Reflecting on Constructivist Critical Pedagogical Approaches to Teaching Online and On-site Foundations Courses
      Catherine Lalonde, D'Youville College, United States

pp. 408-423

Reviewers for Volume 23, Number 3





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