New Issue: International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Posted by International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning on April 27, 2015

A new issue of the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (IJTLHE) is now available online:

International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Issue 26 • Number 3
A Global Dialogue on Peace: Creating an International Learning Community through Social Media
Tami Carmichael; Rebecca Norvang;

Building Community of Inquiry and Analytical Skills in an Online History Course
Sheri Stover; Sean Pollock;

Complex Constructivism: A Theoretical Model of Complexity and Cognition
Peter Doolittle;

Cultivating Design Thinking in Students Through Material Inquiry
Helene Renard;

Empower ESL Writing Students: Keep it Simple
Janet Francisco;

Lab Reports: A Concise Guide for Non-Native English Speakers
Luxshmi Soundranayagam;

Reviewing to Learn: Graduate Student Participation in the Professional Peer-Review Process to Improve Academic Writing Skills
Jessica R. Chittum; Lauren H. Bryant;

Student and Faculty Beliefs About Learning in Higher Education: Implications for Teaching
Kristina Dandy; Karen Bendersky;

The Impact of a Faculty Training Program on Teaching Conceptions and Strategies
Adalet Gunersel; Mary Etienne;

The Power of Peer Reviewing to Enhance Writing in Horticulture: Greenhouse Management
Neil O . Anderson; Pamela Flash;

The REEAL Model: A Framework for Faculty Training in Online Discussion Facilitation
Laurie Bedford;

The “Outsider/Insider” Assignment: A Pedagogical Innovation for Teaching Cross-Cultural Understanding
Angela Garcia;

Using Student Choice to Increase Students’ Knowledge of Research Methodology, Improve Their Attitudes Toward Research, and Promote Acquisition of Professional Skills
Christina Hardway; Michael Stroud;

Using Video Interaction Guidance to Develop Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Skills in Professional Training for Educational Psychologists
Ben Hayes; Jessica Dewey; Michelle Sancho;

“The Course Fit Us”: Differentiated Instruction in the College Classroom
Mary Dosch; Margaret Zidon;

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