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International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

2014 Volume 26, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Emerging Issues in the Utilization of Weblogs in Higher Education Classrooms

    Shirley Ayao-ao

    This paper examines the emerging issues in the utilization of weblogs in Philippine higher education and how these issues affect the performance of students. This study used a modified Delphi... More

    pp. 193-204

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  2. Online Peer Discourse in a Writing Classroom

    Jessie Choi

    This paper is an attempt to explore the interaction discourse of second language undergraduate learners in the online peer review process of a writing classroom in Hong Kong. Specifically, the... More

    pp. 217-231

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  3. Science Teaching Beliefs and Reported Approaches within a Research University: Perspectives from Faculty, Graduate Students, and Undergraduates

    Gili Marbach-Ad, Kathryn Schaefer Ziemer, Michal Orgler & Katerina V. Thompson

    This study explores and compares the perspectives of three populations (faculty members, graduate students, and undergraduates) toward science teaching in the College of Chemical and Life Sciences ... More

    pp. 232-250

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  4. Online Peer Observation: An Exploration of a Cross-Discipline Observation Project

    Margaret Nicolson & Felicity Harper

    In this article the authors compare two phases of an ongoing, annual online peer observation project at the Open University. Adopting a non-managerialist approach, the project aims to give teachers... More

    pp. 251-259

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  5. Understanding Collectivism and Female Genital Cutting through a Family Role-Playing Exercise

    Carol Miller

    This study is a test of the effectiveness of a classroom role-playing exercise used to increase the understanding of cultural practices with which many Midwestern college students are uncomfortable... More

    pp. 268-275

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