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Kurt LindemannCommunication2007Connection, collaboration, and community: Effective classroom discussion and lecturing. In Hugenberg, B., Morreale, S.P., Worley, D. Hugenberg, Lawrence, & Worley, D. (Eds.) Basic communication course best practices: A Training manual for instructors (pp. 91-100). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt.
lecturing, clickers in the classroom, humor in the classroom, community in the classroom
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Elizabeth PollardHistory2008Elizabeth Pollard, "Raising the Stakes: Writing about Witchcraft on Wikipedia," History Teacher 42, no. 1 (2008): 1-16.
http://www.societyforhistoryeducation.org/pdfs/THTPollard.pdf
wikipedia, technology, historiography
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Kurt LindemannCommunication2011Performing (dis)ability in the classroom: Pedagogy and (con)tensions. Text and Performance Quarterly, 31¸285-302.
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10462937.2011.573188?journalCode=rtpq20#.Vo7ktFIsB1E
disability, personal narrative, performance, diversity, inclusive classroom
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Dr. James P. FrazeeITS2014Frazee, J.P.; Hughes, K.D.; Frazee, R.V., "Examining Learning Research Studios at San Diego State University," in Intelligent Environments (IE), 2014 International IEEE Conference, pp.302-305, June 30 2014-July 4 2014
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6910467&isnumber=6910409
computer aided instruction;educational courses;educational institutions;research and development;LRS;San Diego state university;campus learning spaces;contemporary learning milieu;educational technology;faculty;innovative course design;instructional technology services;learning research studios;state-of-the-art learning research studio;student learning;Cameras;Collaboration;Educational institutions;Media;Technological innovation;Writing;case study;educational technology;instructional technology;learning environments;learning space design;learning spaces
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Bill ZahnerMathematics2014Zahner, W. & Dent, N. (2014) Reconciling representations. The Mathematics Teacher 108(5) 344-354.
http://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/2014/Vol108/Issue5/Reconciling-Representations/
problem-solving, discussions
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Elizabeth PollardHistory2014Elizabeth Pollard, “Tweeting on the Back-Channel of the Jumbo-Sized Lecture Hall: Maximizing Collective Learning in a World History Survey” History Teacher 47, no. 3 (2014): 329-354.
http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/96310010/tweeting-backchannel-jumbo-sized-lecture-hall-maximizing-collective-learning-world-history-survey
twitter, back-channel learning, world history
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Amy Schmitz Weiss
Journalism and Media Studies
2014Liu, M. Kang, J., Cao, M. W, Lim, M. H., Ko, Y. J., Myers, R., & Schmitz Weiss, A. (2014). Understanding MOOCs as an Emerging Online Learning Tool: Perspectives From the Students. The American Journal of Distance Education. 28(3): 147-159.
MOOCs, online learning
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Lisa Gates
Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Educational Leadership
2015Marx, E. & Gates, L.R., (2015). (Re) Conceptualizing meaning making in higher education: A case for integrative educational encounters that prepare students for self-authorship. In The Neuroscience of Learning and Development: Enhancing Creativity, Resilience, Adaptive Problem Solving, Peace, and Compassion in Higher Education. Sterling, VA.: Stylus.
integrative education, integrative inquiry, self-authorship,
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Jennifer ImazekiEconomics2015Imazeki, J. (2015). Getting students to do economics: An introduction to Team-Based Learning, International Advances in Economic Research, November 2015, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp 399-412.
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11294-015-9541-0?wt_mc=internal.event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorAssignedToIssue
team-based learning, cooperative learning
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Eniko Csomay, Elizabeth Pollard, Suzanne Bordelon, Audrey Beck
History2015Eniko Csomay, Elizabeth Pollard, Suzanne Bordelon, and Audrey Beck, "Researching Student Learning in a Two-Tiered General Education Program" Journal of General Education 64.3 (2015): 171-195.
general education, assessment
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Michael Trevor Shanklin
Language Acqusition Resource Center
2015It Was All a Blur: Student teachers stopping to reflect, pp. 51 - 69. In: Holló, D. and and K. Károly, Inspirations in Foreign Language Teaching: Studies in Language Pedagogy and Applied Linguistics in Honour of Péter Medgyes Megjelenés: Harlow : Pearson, 2015, ISBN: 978-1-78448-383-8
video taping, performance testing, teacher preparation, bilingual education
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Janet Bowersmath and stat2016Bowers, J. S., Smith, W. M. (2016). Repurposing the MCOP2 Observation Protocol to Survey Students’ Views of an Active Learning Course Redesign. Lawler,B. R.,Ronau,R. N.,& Mohr-Schroeder,M. J.(Eds.). (pp. 116-120). Washington,DC: Association of Public Land-grant Universities.
http://www.aplu.org/projects-and-initiatives/stem-education/SMTI_Library/repurposing-the-mcoptwo-observation-protocol.pdf
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Janet Bowers
mathematics and Statistics
2017Bowers, J (in press). Integrating Active Learning Labs in Precalculus: Measuring the Value Added. To appear in: Investigations in Mathematics Learning
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Mary Ann Lyman-HagerEuropean Studies2017Vanleene, François, and Mary Ann Lyman-Hager. French Civilization (Volumes 1 & 2). San Diego, CA: Montezuma Press. Pp. 475.
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Amy Schmitz Weiss
Journalism and Media Studies
2017Schmitz Weiss, A., de Macedo Higgins Joyce, V., Saldaña, M., & Alves, R. (2017). Latin American Investigative Journalism Education: Learning Practices, Learning Gaps. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator. DOI: 10.1177/1077695817711611
http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1077695817711611
investigative journalism, data journalism, communities of practice (COP)
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Amy Schmitz Weiss
Journalism and Media Studies
2017Schmitz Weiss, A. (2016). Sensor journalism: Pitfalls and possibilities. Palabra Clave, 19(4), 1048-1071. DOI: 10.5294/pacla.2016.19.4.5
http://palabraclave.unisabana.edu.co/index.php/palabraclave/article/view/6935/pdf
sensor journalism, sensors, technology in the classroom
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Megan Welsh
School of Public Affairs
2017Welsh, M. (2017). “We are humans first”: Expanding learning outcomes in an undergraduate research methods course through an experiential learning project on homelessness. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, online first at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10511253.2017.1405053.
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10511253.2017.1405053 (SDSU does not subscribe to this journal; please feel free to email me for a pdf of the full article.)
Teaching research methods; experiential learning
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