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Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Engaging Imagination: How (and why) Creativity and play are essential to university learning
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Alison James
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Experimenting With Imagination
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Seth Andrew Hudson, Jennifer A Keohane, Margaret A Miklancie
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Integrating multimedia and LMS tools to cultivate creative and reflective learners.
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David J Miller
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Talk less, teach more: Tactics for converting from lecture courses to active courses
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Jeff Offutt
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Teaching strategies to promote imagination and creativity through student choice
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Darlene A. Smucny, Courtney Baker, Monisha Tripathy
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners “Personalized learning: Lessons taken from healthcare."
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Steve Brown
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Fixed and growth mindsets: practical strategies to enhance creative and reflective learning
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Beverly Worek, Janet Micari
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Teaching a creativity-based skill through self-pacing
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Kinga Dobolyi, Paul Amman, Chris Kauffman, Jamie Lester, Upsorn Praphamontripong, Huzefa Rangwala, Sanjeev Setia, Pearl Wang
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Re-Imagine Texts, Highlight Identity
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Seth Andrew Hudson
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Scaffolding visual learning in the classroom for increased engagement
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Ariel Goldenthal
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Librarian-instructor partnerships: Empowering students to share their research with the community
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Maoria Kirker, Kerry Folan
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Learning with fun in the Mason instructional design special interest group (MID-SIG)
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Katrina Joseph, Jim McLean, Constance Harris
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Creating digital portfolios for reflective learning
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Molly Davis, Amy Lewis, Terri Ann Guingab
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Designing and Implementing Experiential Learning through Multimedia-Based Activities and Blogging in Asynchronous Online Courses
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Larisa Olesova, David Miller
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Telling Stories, Making Arguments: Responding to Personal Experience in Classroom Discussions of Social Justice Issues
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Lynne Scott Constantine, Suzanne Scott Constantine
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners Keynote Q & A
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Alison James
Vol 5 (2013): Transformational Learning Campuswide: Insights to Enhance Student Engagement Using Form + Theme + Context (FTC) to Enhance Student Engagement in Critical Thinking Across Disciplines
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Renee Sandell
Vol 8 (2016): Cultivating Creative and Reflective Learners How the Writing Center Can Support Student Learning
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Susan Lawrence
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences The Whip and the Chair: Taming Lions in the Classroom Using Improv and Storytelling Techniques
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Ann Cavazos Chen
Vol 6 (2014): Signature Learning Experiences Writing a Proposal for the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program: A Model for Scholarly Communication in and Beyond the Classroom
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Rebecca Jones
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