Monday, 6 January 2020

Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching Issue on Pedagogy and Play

Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching Issue on Pedagogy and Play
Vol 2 No 2 (2019): http://journals.sfu.ca/jalt/index.php/jalt/issue/view/7

Lydia Lymperis
Self-organised learning: Empowering the most marginalised schools of
rural Greece?

Robert J. Bonk
Technologically enhanced pedagogies in Professional Writing

Mark Wheaton, Brendan O'Connell, Giovanni Merola
The effectiveness of inter-teaching: Some international evidence

Paola A. Magni, Jolene M. Anthony, Raja M. Zuha
Forensic science and student mobility programs in the Indo-Pacific
region: Unveiling the potential of an international and intercultural
project in forensic science education

Stevphen Shukaitis
The Play’s the Thing… an introduction to the Special Section on
“Pedagogy and Play in Teaching Today”

Bina Rai, Hui Shin Tan, Chen Huei Leo
Bringing play back into the biology classroom with the use of gamified
virtual lab simulations

Shao Han Tan, Alanna Yeo, Stevphen Shukaitis
Learning inside the magic circle: An interview with Curious Chimeras

Juliana Lim, Kenny Leck, Stevphen Shukaitis
Challenges of the independent cultural economy in Singapore: A
masterclass with Juliana Lim and Kenny Leck

Xi-Wei Yeo
The game plan: Using gamification strategies to engage learners as
active players

Stephen D. Brookfield, J├╝rgen Rudolph; Eric Yeo
The power of critical thinking in learning and teaching. An interview
with Professor Stephen D. Brookfield

Samson Tan
The rise of immersive learning

Rob Burton
A review of Nearpod – an interactive tool for student engagement

Kara Jung
Learning English is already a misspelling minefield without using
programs that will confuse children

Justin O'Brien
Giving and receiving feedback - role play exercise

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