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Volume 30, Number 2

Past Issue
Research Articles



Teaching Research Skills to Undergraduate Students Using an Active Learning Approach: A Proposed Model for Preparatory-Year Students in Saudi Arabia
      Amani K Hamdan Alghamdi, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia
      Philline Deraney, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia

pp. 184–194




Postsecondary Online Students' Preferences for Text-Based Instructor Feedback
      Joseph Gredler, Walden University, United States

pp. 195–206




"I don't have time to do any of the things I am responsible for" - University Teachers' Sense of Responsibility for Teaching
      Kerstin Helker, RWTH Aachen University, Gemany
      Marold Wosnitza, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
      Caroline Mansfield, Murdoch University, Australia
      Balthasar Eugster, University of Zurich, Switzerland

pp. 207–222




Overcoming the Challenges of Using Humor in Non-Native Instructional Discourse
      Gwendolyn M. Williams, Auburn University, United States
      Rod E. Case , University of Nevada, Reno, United States
      Erik D. Reinhart, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

pp. 223–233




"Then What Am I Paying You For?" Student Attitudes Regarding Pre-Class Activities for the Flipped Classroom
      Lindsay Masland, Appalachian State University, United States
      Simona Gizdarska, Appalachian State University, United States

pp. 234–244




Listening to Undergraduate Peer Tutors: Roles, Relationships, and Challenges
      Sophia Abbot, Trinity University, United States
      Anne Jumonville Graf, Trinity University, United States
      Beverly Chatfield, Trinity University, United States

pp. 245–261




The Impact of Open Educational Resources on Various Student Success Metrics
      Nicholas Colvard, University of Georgia, United States
      C. Edward Watson, Association of American Colleges and Universities, United States
      Hyojin Park, Ewha Womans University, South Korea

pp. 262–276

Instructional Articles



Immersive Learning Environments as Complex Dynamic Systems
      Amy W. Cheney, Appalachian State University, United States
      Krista P. Terry, Appalachian State University, United States

pp. 277-289




Connected Classrooms: Videoconferencing in TESOL Teacher Preparation
      Elena Schmitt, Southern Connecticut State University, United States
      Luke Eilderts, Southern Connecticut State University, United States

pp. 290-299




Writing Across the Curriculum in ELT Training Courses: A Proposal Using Data-Driven Learning in Disciplinary Assignments
      Mariana Mussetta, Universidad Nacional de Villa María, Argentina
      Andrea Vartalitis, Universidad Nacional de Villa María, Argentina

pp. 300-307




First Impressions: Using a Flexible First Day Activity to Enhance Student Learning and Classroom Management
      Stephanie deLuse, Arizona State University, United States

pp. 308-321




The Classroom as Think Tank: Small Groups, Authentic Exercises, and Instructional Scaffolding in an Advanced Writing Course
      Arlene Peltola, Long Island University, United States

pp. 322-333




A Team-Based "Public History" Assessment for Undergraduates: Rationale, Design and Implementation in a Medieval History Course
      Kathleen B. Neal, Monash University, Australia
      Natasha Amendola, Monash University, Australia
      Samuel Baudinette, University of Chicago, United States
      Diana Marie Jeske, Monash University, Australia
      Stephen J. Joyce, Monash University, Australia
      Rosa Martorana, Monash University, Australia
      Erin G. Smith, Monash University, Australia

pp. 334-349




A Transformative Learning Approach to Child Protection with Applied Social Studies Undergraduates at a University in England
      Debra Allnock, University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

pp. 350-360




Effects of Service Learning on Concept Learning About Small Group Communication
      Eunkyong Yook, George Mason University, United States

pp. 361-369




Marketing Meets Microbiology: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Liberal Arts Education
      Amiee Mellon, University of Montevallo, United States
      Christine Sestero, University of Montevallo, United States

pp. 370-387

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