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Comparing the Effects of Derived Relational Training and Computer Coding on Intellectual Potential in School-Age Children
British Journal of Educational Psychology Vol. 86, No. 3 (2016) pp. 397–411
Background: Previous research found that pre-teenage ability to derive arbitrary "same," "opposite," "more," and "less" relations correlated with measured intelligence quotient (IQ) and that training this ...
Introductory Biology Courses: A Framework to Support Active Learning in Large Enrollment Introductory Science Courses
Ann C. Smith; Richard Stewart; Patricia Shields; Jennifer Hayes-Klosteridis; Paulette Robinson; Robert Yuan
Cell Biology Education Vol. 4, No. 2 (2005) pp. 143–156
Active learning and research-oriented activities have been increasingly used in smaller, specialized science courses. Application of this type of scientific teaching to large enrollment introductory courses has been, however, a major challenge. The...
Medical Students' Self-assessment Abilities: A Comparison of Computer-Based and Standardized Patient Exams
Maria Sandberg; Pat Youngblood; Jennifer Hayes; Pauline Brutlag; Andrew Nevins; Nabil Zary; Uno Fors; Parvati Dev; Neil Gesundheit
World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2007 (Oct 15, 2007) pp. 444–447
Abstract: Good self-assessment abilities may be one of the most important skills for medical students to acquire, both for successful completion of highly demanding educational programs and to ensure continuing professional development in their...
Speak Out, Listen Up! Tools for Using Student Perspectives and Local Data for School Improvement. REL 2014-035
Jennifer Harris; Laura Davidson; Ben Hayes; Kelly Humphreys; Paul LaMarca; BethAnn Berliner; Leslie Poynor; Lori Van Houten
Listening closely to what students say about their school experiences can be beneficial to educators for understanding and addressing school-related topics and problems and rethinking policies and practices. The purpose of this toolkit is to provide ...
Pauline Brutlag; Pat Youngblood; Jennifer Hayes; Maria Sandberg; Andrew Nevins; Nabil Zary; Uno Fors; Parvati Dev; Neil Gesundheit
World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2007 (Oct 15, 2007) pp. 685–688
During the last few decades there has been a significant shift in teaching methods in higher education, from a focus on facts towards a focus on problem solving, deeper understanding of principles, and critical thinking [Laurillard 2002, Marton &...