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Volume 25, Number 1

Past Issue
Research Articles



International Students’ First Encounters with Exams in the UK: Superficially Similar But Deeply Different
      Nick Pilcher, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom
      Karen Smith, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom
      Jackie Riley, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom

pp. 1–13




A Pilot Study of a Criminal Justice Service-Learning Course: The Value of a Multicultural Approach
      Nancy Hirschinger-Blank, Widener University, United States
      Lori Simons, Widener University, United States
      Laura Finley, Widener University, United States
      Joseph Clearly, Widener University, United States
      Michael Thoerig, Widener University, United States

pp. 14–28




Applying an Appreciative Inquiry Process to a Course Evaluation in Higher Education
      Susie Kung, Manukau Institute of Technology, New Zealand
      David Giles, Flinders University, Australia
      Bill Hagan, Manukau Institute of Technology, New Zealand

pp. 29–37




The Impact of Teacher Immediacy on Student Participation: An Objective Cross-Disciplinary Examination
      Amy Roberts, University of Virginia, United States
      Denise Friedman, Roanoke College, United States

pp. 38–46




The Impact of Guided Notes on Post-Secondary Student Achievement: A Meta-Analysis
      Karen Larwin, Youngstown State University, United States
      David Larwin, Kent State University Salem, United States

pp. 47–58




How Instructional Format (Voice and Modality) Influences Subsequent Performance: An Empirical Study
      Sandra Carpenter, Univ of Alabama in Huntsville, United States
      Harry Delugach, Univ of Alabama in Huntsville, United States
      Letha Etzkorn, Univ of Alabama in Huntsville, United States
      Julie Fortune, Univ of Alabama in Huntsville, United States
      Dawn Utley, Univ of Alabama in Huntsville, United States

pp. 59–65




The Effects of the Classroom Performance System on Student Participation, Attendance, and Achievement
      Mohamad Hani Termos, South Texas College, United States

pp. 66–78




The Effectiveness of An Embedded Approach to Practicum Experiences in Educational Leadership: Program Candidates' Perspectives
      Mary Chandler, Kennesaw State University, United States
      Binbin Jiang, Kennesaw State University, United States
      Tak Chan, Kennesaw State University, United States

pp. 79–91

Instructional Articles



Raising the Profile of Innovative Teaching in Higher Education? Reflections on the EquATE Project
      Sue Robson, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
      Kate Wall, Durham University, United Kingdom
      Rachel Lofthouse, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

pp. 92-102




Undergraduate Teaching Assistants: A Learner-Centered Model for Enhancing Student Engagement in the First-Year Experience
      Jessica Gordon, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States
      Peter Henry, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States
      Michaux Dempster, Virginia Commonwealth University, United States

pp. 103-109




A Co-Teaching Model for Developing Future Educators’ Teaching Effectiveness
      Amy Chanmugam, The University of Texas at San Antonio, United States
      Beth Gerlach, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

pp. 110-117




A Preliminary Evaluation of a Short Online Training Workshop for TPACK Development
      Mohammed Alsofyani, Faculty of Education Taif University, Malaysia
      Baharuddin Aris, Faculty of Education Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
      Rebecca Eynon, Department of Education University of Oxford, United Kingdom

pp. 118-128




Extreme-Teaching-2 (XT²): Evaluation of an Innovative Semester-Long Intensive GTA Training Program Based on Microteaching
      David Santandreu Calonge, Lingnan University, Hong Kong S.A.R, People's Republic of China, Australia
      Kai-Pan Mark, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
      Dimple R. Thadani, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
      P.H. Patrio Chiu, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
      Cecilia F.K Pun, City University of Hong Kong / University of Sydney, Hong Kong

pp. 129-143

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