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Building Critical Inquiry in the Online EdD: Examining Successes & Challenges

Eric Ludwig, Courtney Preston
2021 Impacting Education Journal on Transforming Professional Practice  
In this essay, we apply Garrison et al.'s (2000, 2003) framework for critical inquiry in online learning to a review of a cohort-based online EdD at a large public research-intensive university.  ...  We examine the technological, pedagogical, and organizational successes and challenges we have experienced and encounter in building and sustaining critical inquiry in a fully online doctoral program.  ...  Inside of each "presence," we can design, build, and facilitate learning and interaction that creates "an educational community of inquiry" and expects "critical reflection and discourse" (Garrison et  ... 
doi:10.5195/ie.2021.188 fatcat:y6u22wq3b5aflk7fo7hbu6kv74

Sexually Abused Children: Symptomatology and Incidence of Problematic Sexual Behaviors [chapter]

2014 Building Excellence  
This transformation is very important, because the general education program is the foundation of a high-quality undergraduate education (USF, 2005) .  ...  The role of the faculty mentor is critical to the success of the program, and faculty who are involved with an intern receive an honorarium of $500.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315869896-9 fatcat:e7jdm6aryfbyjhb3uca2ybme7q

3-M Model for Uncovering the Impact of Multi-level Identity Issues on Learners' Social Interactive Engagement Online

2019 The Electronic Journal of e-Learning  
to nurture community building in these contexts.  ...  ' willingness, or unwillingness, to engage in interacting with others and with content online -an essential determinant of successful learning and quality BL programs.  ...  A sense of strong community building is obviously absent in this context -the same kind of community building we so strongly wish to promote among learners online.  ... 
doi:10.34190/jel.17.2.06 fatcat:feew7zcjtnfatha52pcblql2bu

Overcoming Physical Separation in the Online Environment to Help Learners Persist

Tina Stavredes
2011 InSight : A Journal of Scholarly Teaching  
Active learning requires learners to think critically and reflect on what they know, as they actively engage in learning activities to make meaning from the content and construct knowledge.  ...  The learner is thereby moved away from being extrinsically motivated and focused on grades to becoming more intrinsically motivated, with a focus on learning.  ...  of a transformative, online learning experience that encourages critical thinking and the social construction of knowledge through a community of inquiry.  ... 
doi:10.46504/06201100st fatcat:rqp7n3rnoveb5in3eznadbm55y

Connecting Global Learners Using eLearning and the Community of Inquiry Model

Kimberley Garth-James, Brina Hollis
2014 American Journal of Educational Research  
of learners/inquiries.  ...  The Community of Inquiry (CoI) model based on the social constructivist theory of John Dewey (1938), and evaluated by Randy Garrison, Terry Anderson, and Walter Archer (2000) , indicates that virtual learning  ...  ELearning (online) distance education compared to face-to-face instruction is an effective support for building a community of inquiry and fostering student learning.  ... 
doi:10.12691/education-2-8-15 fatcat:v56dkljw2fgktervz3llw6qtpi

Oral formulaic composition and associative linking in John Miles Foley's Pathways Project: a review * Oral Tradition and the Internet. Pathways of the Mind. John Miles Foley

R. Ammann
2013 Literary and Linguistic Computing  
practice in order to build a community of learning' (p. 215)-as much as they need to learn specific digital skills.  ...  the academic community while also building a broader sense of what DH pedagogy might accomplish (full disclosure: Matt is my colleague and co-teacher in a number of graduate courses at the CUNY Graduate  ... 
doi:10.1093/llc/fqt055 fatcat:n62fxxqxlbbvviysba6ndpybny

Think 500, not 50! A scalable approach to student success in STEM

William R. LaCourse, Kathy Lee Sutphin, Laura E. Ott, Kenneth I. Maton, Patrice McDermott, Charles Bieberich, Philip Farabaugh, Philip Rous
2017 BMC Proceedings  
Implications: Critical measures to transform institutional culture include establishing an extensive STEM Living and Learning Community to increase undergraduate retention, expanding the adoption of "active  ...  UMBC, a diverse public research university, "builds" upon its reputation in producing highly capable undergraduate scholars to create a comprehensive new model, STEM BUILD at UMBC.  ...  Work in this publication specifically for STEM BUILD at UMBC initiative was supported by NIGMS under three linked awards 8TL4GM118989, 8UL1GM118988, and 8RL5GM118987.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12919-017-0094-5 pmid:29375665 pmcid:PMC5773890 fatcat:2f63jlk4ozfurn44rmydxcjvqa

Re-envisioning instructional technology research in higher education environments: a content analysis of a grant program

Trena M. Paulus, Gina Phipps, John Harrison, Mary Alice Varga
2012 Journal of Computing in Higher Education  
The role of teacher questioning in promoting dialogic literary inquiry in computer-mediated communication. Journal of Research on Technology in Education 40 (2), 141-164.  ...  For faculty, by faculty: A case study of a faculty development program for learning to teach online. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship 7(1), Article 13.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12528-012-9062-2 fatcat:e3o2mb4g2fggbjwkyyf2ffsrj4

Designing a biomedical coding program focused on inclusivity and agency

Kala M. Mehta, Niquo Ceberio, Sonthonax Vernard, Yazmin P. Carrasco, Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Tung T. Nguyen, Peter Lê, Jasmón Bailey, Audrey Parangan-Smith, Kelechi Uwaezuoke, Robert C. Rivers, Kenjus Watson (+1 others)
2021 Nature Computational Science  
Falcón-Morales the project officers of the NIH BUILD program.  ...  We would like to acknowledge all members of the NIH BUILD Research Collaboratory team (faculty, students and staff) for their collaboration. We greatly appreciate the support of A. Gammie and E.  ...  The VBRC was developed out of the SF BUILD (Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity), a six-year-old program for undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds in biomedical research, typically held  ... 
doi:10.1038/s43588-021-00063-6 fatcat:cwcitk3p2bfcliq7zwk4evptse

From Ground to Distance: The Impact of Advanced Technologies on An Innovative School Leadership Program

Susan Korach, Lyndsay J. Agans
2011 Journal of Research on Leadership Education  
, and the establishment of online communities of inquiry and supportive networks.  ...  the utilization of advanced technologies in the delivery of a professional preparation program.  ...  The instructional technologies critical to the success of the program (online communities of inquiry, online threaded discussions, reflection journals, and ePortfolios) will be presented in detail.  ... 
doi:10.1177/194277511100600508 fatcat:mse3ka7krze5hbffaowcynjxim

Using interdisciplinary bioinformatics undergraduate research to recruit and retain computer science students

Jon Beck, Brent Buckner, Olga Nikolova
2007 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
Available From: UROP Office and online An interdisciplinary undergraduate research project in bioinformatics, jointly mentored by faculty in computer science and biology, has been developed and is being  ...  education: critical challenges of the next five years, 5) Incorporating principles of learning into undergraduate education.  ...  , and a deeper understanding of our place in space and time.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1227504.1227436 fatcat:y35vomssvfdqxmygppthg7wqm4

Using interdisciplinary bioinformatics undergraduate research to recruit and retain computer science students

Jon Beck, Brent Buckner, Olga Nikolova
2007 Proceedinds of the 38th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '07  
Available From: UROP Office and online An interdisciplinary undergraduate research project in bioinformatics, jointly mentored by faculty in computer science and biology, has been developed and is being  ...  education: critical challenges of the next five years, 5) Incorporating principles of learning into undergraduate education.  ...  , and a deeper understanding of our place in space and time.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1227310.1227436 dblp:conf/sigcse/BeckBN07 fatcat:6iifmh4h3nephaehyghqeykgta

Two prelicensure nursing programs assess readiness to standardize palliative and end of life care curriculum

Andra L. Davis, Megan E. Lippe
2017 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
One university engaged in a three-part needs assessment resulting in the formation of an ad hoc committee to guide discussions for content integration.  ...  The second university engaged in a faculty-led survey to identify areas for improvement within the program.  ...  All undergraduate faculty received an email inquiry modeled after a survey conducted during an ELNEC training for nurse educators.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v8n2p29 fatcat:rx6oa3worvennclmzvnds6zo5y

Developing future nurse educators through peer mentoring

Patricia Rosenau, Rita Lisella, Tracey Clancy, Lorelli Nowell
2015 Nursing : Research and Reviews  
Objectives: The aim of this study was to understand how peer mentorship fosters the development of nursing education leadership in senior undergraduate nursing students enrolled in an elective undergraduate  ...  Design and method: This phenomenological study explored the development of nursing education leadership in senior undergraduate students through the analysis of critical reflections of individual senior  ...  Acknowledgment This research was supported with funding from a Students' Union Quality Money Grant, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada.  ... 
doi:10.2147/nrr.s73432 fatcat:ewtiw5zk5fhzbehakg23kigvce

state of post-secondary food studies pedagogy in Canada

Phoebe Stephens, Lucy Hinton
2021 Canadian Food Studies / La Revue canadienne des études sur l alimentation  
Transformation is a defining characteristic of food studies and its pedagogy and puts critical thinking at the core of how food studies are taught in Canada at the undergraduate level.  ...  We found that food studies programs in higher education in Canada and their associated pedagogy do not have a set of fixed attributes, but they do share common threads.  ...  The University of Waterloo's Centre for Teaching Excellence was instrumental in the development of this research project.  ... 
doi:10.15353/cfs-rcea.v8i4.468 fatcat:fc3vjr646vfhrekvjhqhrrqjje
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