The Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning released its latest issue.
Table of Contents
Margarita Jimenez-Silva, Pamela Hodges Kulinna, Anna Montana Cirell, Matt Balmaseda
Designing Flipped-Classes to be Taught with Limited Resources: Impact on Students’ Attitudes and Learning
Sheri Stover, M. A. Houston
Improving Critical Reading with E-Texts: A Controlled Study in a Collegiate Philosophy Course
Mark Jensen, Lauren Scharff
Career Exploration at an Appalachian University: Effectiveness and Pre-Existing Resources
Christen Tomlinson Logue, Brittany M. Zins, M.A., Sarah M. FLynn, Chris J. Dewhurst, M.Ed.
“There is no escaping it”: Graduate Student Conceptions of Environment and their Implications for Learning Motivation and Public Health Curricula
Katherine L Cheesman, Emily Q Ahonen
Case-based Perspective-Taking as a Mechanism to Improve Metacognition and Higher-Level Thinking in Undergraduate Speech-Language Pathology Students
Lisa A. Vinney, Jennifer C. Friberg, Mary Smyers
One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Students’ Perceptions of FYE Approaches
Dahliani Reynolds, Loren Byrne, Jennifer Campbell, Becky Spritz