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Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Teaching strategies for nourishing creativity and innovation
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Mihai Boicu, Ioulia Rytikova, Laura Poms, Jill Nelson, Nathalia Peixoto, Lance Sherry, Gheorghe Tecuci
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Inquiry and wonder in the university classroom
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Andrew Gilbert
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Collaboration Online: The application of Jigsaw instructional strategy
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Ying-Ying Kuo, Regina Biggs
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Digital Storytelling: Communicating Academic Research Beyond the Academy
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Kelly Schrum, Beth Dalbec, Matt Boyce, Sara Collini
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Flipping the Cosmos: Using Active Learning Techniques in a Large-Enrollment Astronomy Class
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Rebecca Ericson, Mario Gliozzi, Katelynn Fariss, Robyn Meier
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Teaching evidence-based reasoning in your class with sInvestigator
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Mihai Boicu, Gheorghe Tecuci, James Trefil, Nancy Holincheck, Dorin Marcu, Terrie Galanti
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Cultivating creative and engaged learners through strengths-based approaches
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Nance Lucas, Linda Schwartzstein
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Getting Messy: Solving Writing Problems with Creative Play
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Michelle LaFrance, J. Indigo Eriksen, Sarah Johnson, Thomas Polk, Robyn Russo
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Improvisation in the Classroom
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Deborah Finkelstein
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World How to facilitate student conversation through discussion protocols: Making it meaningful and active
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Stephanie Dodman
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Saving Skidgits: Using a game to model protected area management
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Jim McNeil
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Faculty and Student Perspectives on Redesigned Learning Spaces at Mason
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Kimberly Eby, Laura Lukes, Stephanie Hazel, Zicheng Zhang
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Learning Is Fun! Wait...STEM Learning?
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Ioulia Rytikova, Mihai Boicu
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Using Teaching Development Groups to Support Innovative Teaching Practice and Pedagogical Research
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Jill Nelson, Lori Bland, Cody Edwards, Laura Kosoglu, Craig Lorie, Mary Nelson, Kathy Pettigrew, Jessica Rosenberg, Anastasia Samaras, Reid Schwebach
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Socrative: An Interactive Classroom App
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Katherine Skipper
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Get Kahoot!: the Pedagogical Utility of a Game-Based Learning Platform
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Amy Bangerter
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Engaging Students Through Task-Based Language Instruction
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Natalia Dudnik, Ellen Serafini, Carrie Bonilla, Xi Chen, Raluca Romaniuc, Helen Guglielmi
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Flipping a Large Lecture Class
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Joanna Boyette
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Converting a Traditional Lecture Course to Active Learning with Technology Course in Chemistry
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Katherine Pettigrew, Angeline Palmer
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Teaching in Circles: Making the Most of the Active Learning Classroom
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Cheryl Druehl, Anne Magro, Paige Wolf
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World SIMPLE Teaching Development Project
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Jill Nelson
Vol 9 (2017): Learning in a Digital World Writing a Goal-centered Syllabus
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Rebecca Ericson
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Calculus I in the ALT Classroom: The First Week Sets the Tone for the Term
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Bob Sachs
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