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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 Recursive Writing, Recursive ITL: Revisiting José Bowen in 2015
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Caitlin Holmes
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Using Omeka and Neatline to Facilitate Student Research in a Core Literature Class
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Catherine E. Saunders
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Teaching Hidden History: A Hybrid Course Across Institutions
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Nathan Sleeter, Celeste Sharpe, Kelly Schrum, Anthony Pellegrino
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Development of an Interactive Human Body Digital Reusable Learning Object (RLO) to Provide Whole Body Systems-Based Learning in Vitamins and Minerals
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Sina Gallo, Deborah J. Good, Jeremy Akers, Anita Walz, Lujean Baab
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Word Play: Interactivity, Gaming, and the Future of Digital Texts
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John Warren
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Effect of Instructional Design on Students' Motivation to Learn in an Online Psychology Course
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Jennifer Brielmaier, Ying-Ying Kuo
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Using Distance Learning to Prepare International Students for the Classroom
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Birgit Debeerst, Michael Galvin
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching A Comparison of Students' Learning Outcomes in a Writing-Intensive Course Taught in Both Face-to-Face and Fully-Online Settings
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Chaitanya Ravi, Ying-Ying Kuo
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Increasing Student Engagement by Flipping the Course
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Debra Sprague
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Teaching and Learning STEM Online: Challenges, Achievements, and Benefits
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Nektaria Tryfona
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Mentoring University Faculty to Design, Develop, and Facilitate Asynchronous Online Discussions
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Larisa Olesova, Susan Campbell
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 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching Best Practices and Opportunities at Mason for Global Collaborative Classrooms
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Richena Purnell-Sayle, Rick Reo
Vol 7 (2015): The Science of Learning: Using Research to Improve Teaching The Beauty of Teaching Interdisciplinary Courses: How Does a Combination of Technology-Based Lectures and Writing-Intensive Assignments Promote Learning?
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Younsung Kim
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