Friday, 18 August 2017

Journal of Academic Writing

Journal of Academic Writing: "Vol 7, No 1 (2017)
Table of Contents
Editorial and Production Credits (Vol. 7 No. 1 Summer 2017)
Journal of Academic Writing
Editorial: Sharing Pedagogic Practice for Motivating and Developing Student Writing
George Ttoouli, Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams
Limitations of Corrective Feedforward: A Call for Resubmission Practices to become Learning-oriented
Mark Carver
Expanding Learning Spaces for Second Language Writers: A Writing Partners Project Across Program Boundaries
Sophia Zevgoli, Evi Dilaveri
Revision Processes in First Language and Foreign Language Writing: Differences and Similarities in the Success of Revision Processes
Esther Odilia Breuer
‘We would be well advised to agree on our own basic principles’: Schreiben as an Agent of Discipline-Building in Writing Studies in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and Liechtenstein
Andrea Scott

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Monday, 14 August 2017

FW: Journal of Experiential Education Vol. 40, No. 3, September 1, 2017 is now available online



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Journal of Experiential Education- Volume: 40, Number: 3 (September 2017)



Letter from the Editor

Jayson Seaman


Experientially Learning and Teaching in a Student-Directed Classroom

Mary Breunig


Unstable Ground: Unearthing the Realities of Experiential Education in Teacher Education

Jocelyn Glazier, Cheryl Bolick, Christoph Stutts


Applying Kolb's Model to a Nontraditional Preservice Teaching Practicum

Amy Burns, Patricia Danyluk


Socio-Spatial Analysis of Study Abroad Students' Experiences in/of Place in Morocco

Jennifer M. Pipitone, Chitra Raghavan


International Service-Learning: Rethinking the Role of Emotions

Marianne A. Larsen


The Challenge Course Experience Questionnaire: A Facilitator's Assessment Tool

David P. Schary, Alexis L. Waldron


An Experiential Approach to Sport for Youth Development

Tarkington J. Newman, M. Antonio G. Alvarez, Melissa Kim

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FW: New OnlineFirst articles available for Active Learning in Higher Education

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The flipped classroom: Does viewing the recordings matter?

Thamar Melanie Heijstra, Margrét Sigrún Sigurðardóttir
Active Learning in Higher Education
Aug 8, 2017
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Technology-supported collaborative concept maps in classrooms

Omer Faruk Islim
Active Learning in Higher Education
Aug 10, 2017
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Faculty and undergraduate student perceptions of an integrated mentoring approach

Nicola Livingstone, Nicola Naismith
Active Learning in Higher Education
Aug 10, 2017
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Critical Pedagogy and assessment in higher education: The ideal of 'authenticity' in learning

Maria Martinez Serrano, Mark O'Brien, Krystal Roberts, David Whyte
Active Learning in Higher Education
Aug 10, 2017
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Monday, 7 August 2017

FW: Journal of Pedagogic Development: July 2017: New Issue


The Summer 2017 issue of the Journal of Pedagogic Development is now published. Please visit:


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Vol 7, Issue 2 July 2017

Table of Contents


A Critical Approach to Global Citizenship in Initial Teacher Training in the UK

Anthony Stockford, James Shea



Global Universities in Local Contexts: Fostering Critical Self-reflection and Citizenship at Branch Campuses

Sara M. C. Felix, Ariane Smart



Education for Citizenship: Measuring the Impact on Learners of the Community-Based Learning Program in Palestine

Abdel Karim Daragmeh, Emad Basheer Dawwas



Sharedthinking: A Social Identity Approach to Critical Thinking

Nicholas Bowskill



Global Citizenship and Critical Thinking in Higher Education Curricula and Police Education: A Socially Critical Vocational Perspective

Sam Peach, Ray Clare



A Diachronic Analysis of the Cultural Aspect of Local English Coursebooks

Mahdi Dahmardeh, Abbas Parsazadeh, Hossein Parsazadeh



Developing a Cross-Age Teaching Programs: The Benefits to the Student ‘Teachers’

Carmen S. Dixon




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FW: New Issue of LATISS

LATISS Celebrates 10 Years!

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Universities run for, by, and with the faculty, students and staff: Alternatives to the neoliberal destruction of higher education Susan Wright and Davydd J. Greenwood

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