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Hybrid High-Impact Pedagogies: Integrating Service-Learning with Three Other High-Impact Pedagogies

Robert G. Bringle
2017 Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning  
Possibilities for future research and implications for course design and implementation are proffered.  ...  high-impact pedagogies.  ...  civic learning outcomes, (d) diversity experiences, (e) critical reflection guided by student learning objectives, and (f) use of assessment for course improvement.  ... 
doi:10.3998/mjcsloa.3239521.0024.105 fatcat:qfeecew5ejcelnigl3l73djupi

State of pathophysiology in undergraduate nursing education: A systematic review

Renee Colsch, Suzanne Lehman, Katherine Tolcser
2020 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
A gap exists among comparable research designs, pedagogy strategies, and outcomes specific to undergraduate nursing pathophysiology courses.  ...  Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses guidelines was conducted from 2010 to 2020 through electronic databases.Results: Seven studies met the inclusion criteria.  ...  [6] The one mixed method qualitative design used focus group discussions. [7] The literature review described visual narrative as a teaching innovation for teaching pathophysiology concepts.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v11n3p11 fatcat:mx52q4llajfozai5bzv6vjjnkq

Guidelines and Standards for the Development of Fully Online Learning Objects

Nicole A. Buzzetto-More, Kaye Pinhey
2006 Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning  
that supports the communication of meaningful feedback to instructional designers for product improvement (Krauss & Ally, 2005) .  ...  Course websites are learning objects that when used in conjunction with sound pedagogy, learning outcomes, and content can support traditional, authentic, and alternative learning and assessment protocols  ...  One of the purposes of assessing a learning object is to provide relevant feedback to instructional designers that can be used to improve the quality and usability of the end product (Krauss & Ally, 2005  ... 
doi:10.28945/403 fatcat:uh76rje7xvgkplpvwduwrlqsna

Effect of integrated reproductive health lesson materials in a problem-based pedagogy on soft skills for safe sexual behaviour among adolescents: A school-based randomized controlled trial in Tanzania

Walter C. Millanzi, Stephen M. Kibusi, Kalafunja M. Osaki, Mingming Zhou
2022 PLoS ONE  
This study designed and tested the effect of integrated reproductive health (RH) lesson materials in a problem-based pedagogy (PBP) to enhance soft skills for safe sexual behaviour among adolescents in  ...  The PBP may need to be incorporated in ordinary level secondary school curricula as a formal guide to teachers and or health workers to optimally prepare adolescents for their healthy adulthood.  ...  My sincerest gratitude goes to the University of Dodoma for offering me an opportunity  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0263431 pmid:35192640 pmcid:PMC8863272 fatcat:kltinhztgzbdtisdhh6ondzgny

Experiences With A Hybrid Class: Tips And Pitfalls

Joy L. Colwell
2011 College Teaching Methods & Styles Journal (CTMS)  
in such a way as to make them more customizable for each student.  ...  However, the hybrid nature of the class has resulted in an increased workload for the instructor.  ...  The course chosen for this hybrid improvement was OLS252, Human Relations in Organizations.  ... 
doi:10.19030/ctms.v2i2.5254 fatcat:m7lxngmlhrgzno7gymm74g4wfm

Modeling Pedagogical Learning Environment with Hybrid Model based on ICT [article]

Al Maruf Hassan, Istiak Ahmed Mondal
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The hybrid model represents the combination of standards, stages, year level, and class level as well as brings it into one umbrella.  ...  The methodology improves to propagate convenience differently into the educational environment. We are also building a hybrid model for the ICT development program.  ...  The technique is the use of the Extreme Programming process for Innovative Software Based on Systems Design (EPISODE). It is related to ICT teaching ingredients.  ... 
arXiv:2108.07793v3 fatcat:m7ndwb2xzvgxpmudmvxg6f4zqa

The teaching mix matters: Rethinking veterinary education at a South African university

2021 Perspectives in Education  
Using a mixed-method research design, this paper elucidates how the training and its learning outcomes inspired the lecturers to implement the hybrid teaching and learning mode that conforms to the University  ...  The aim was to provide participants with a deep understanding of the complexities involved and the skills required for revising and quality-assuring academic courses for the hybrid-teaching environment  ...  sessions on the implications of using hybrid learning, alternative pedagogies and the LMS functionalities.  ... 
doi:10.18820/2519593x/pie.v39.i1.27 fatcat:4exqzhnqezfnrnknsrbny74jre

University-Wide Online Learning During COVID-19: From Policy to Practice

Nuengwong Tuaycharoen
2021 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
Our support system included a Learning Management System, a teaching guideline for our instructors, an on-line training course for instructors, a quality control process, and a teaching assessment to obtain  ...  This article described our university's policy and practice to support university-wide on-line learning.  ...  Pedagogy for online learning Even though online learning, including MOOC, gains its popularity over time, there are still gaps to improve the effectiveness of its pedagogy.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v15i02.18143 fatcat:pc45b3ywvnbg7eyiw5emunjc4m

Integrating Service Learning and Digital Technologies: Examining the Challenge and the Promise

Robert Gordon Bringle, Patti H. Clayton
2020 RIED: Revista Iberoamericana de Educación a Distancia  
We seek to provide perspectives that may contribute to subsequent implementation of pedagogical innovations and research that will improve practice and, in consequence, outcomes for all.  ...  The term we use here to encompass information and communication technologies [ICT] and virtual environments as well as distance and online learning. 2.  ...  Edwards at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for conversations that significantly informed this article and for supplying us to resources related to the topic.  ... 
doi:10.5944/ried.23.1.25386 doaj:a176e2d1de0c47e5b6bba1c6a1154878 fatcat:phne6erkejezrlr4pk5ug7tw5i

Online Course Design

Sally J. Baldwin, Yu-Hui Ching
2019 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
This review is helpful for those interested in online course design and developments in the field of online education.  ...  There are a variety of national and statewide evaluation tools used to help guide instructors and course designers of online courses (e.g., Quality Matters, OSCQR).  ...  Currently, the CCEC may serve as a good starting point for online course designers who wish to use an evaluation instrument to improve course quality.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v20i3.4283 fatcat:ijvqquhihraubkzfz73cfi22fa

Affective Learning in Physical Education: A Systematic Review

Eishin Teraoka, Heidi Jancer Ferreira, David Kirk, Farid Bardid
2020 Journal of teaching in physical education  
The findings showed that offering choice, encouraging peer feedback, asking deductive questions, focusing on personal improvement, and differentiating are effective teaching strategies that were widely  ...  used to support affective learning in children and adolescents.  ...  Questionnaires on students' perception of teaching were used in three studies as another method to assess fidelity (Leptokaridou et al., 2016; Schmidt et al., 2013; Wright & Burton, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1123/jtpe.2019-0164 fatcat:gv4kqco3p5hr5mngfr75o2ka2e

An Asynchronous Learning Approach for the Instructional Component of a Dual-Campus Pharmacy Resident Teaching Program

Gina Daubney Garrison, Patricia Baia, Jacquelyn E. Canning, Aimee F. Strang
2015 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
To describe the shift to an asynchronous online approach for pedagogy instruction within a pharmacy resident teaching program offered by a dual-campus college. Design.  ...  The pedagogy instruction component of the teaching program (Part I) was redesigned with a focus on the content, delivery, and coordination of the learning environment.  ...  Emily Sutton, assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at ACPHS, for her efforts implementing the redesigned teaching program as Part II faculty liaison for the satellite campus.  ... 
doi:10.5688/ajpe79229 pmid:25861110 pmcid:PMC4386750 fatcat:fv6i4f3k2fdttbfa34xb2stmri

Assessing a Hybrid Format

Susan M. Katz
2008 Journal of business and technical communication  
I first provide a background on the course as it is traditionally taught and a description of the online module format I designed, using one specific module (the résumé module) as an example.  ...  in-person and online content (Michigan State University, Virtual University Design and Technology Group, 2005; for descriptions of hybrid courses, see also University of Michigan Center for Research on  ... 
doi:10.1177/1050651907307710 fatcat:dnhu73swr5bkjm3t75v4jax3o4

Exploring Quiz-Style PowerPoint Games as an Innovative e-Learning and Teaching Pedagogy

Nikki Squire
2019 Journal of Instructional Research  
Using game-based learning strategies, such as quiz-style PowerPoint games as an e-learning and teaching pedagogy can make a positive impact on how students learn, how they process and retain information  ...  A comparative analysis using a non-parametric between IL summative scores based on student response for hypothesis 2 (p<.05).  ...  To year college students, especially literacy gains for can be used as a conceptual framework for pedagogy assessment for e-learning and teaching.  ... 
doi:10.9743/jir.2019.8.2.5 fatcat:sh6zurlcpbgdzjdoe2eh6s2eiq

Effectiveness of Using Online Discussion Forum for Case Study Analysis

Ravi Seethamraju
2014 Education Research International  
Appropriate design and delivery strategies and clear assessment criteria for assessment and use have provided an effective learning vehicle for students, helped them overcome their own language related  ...  This approach further complemented the benefits of peer-to-peer learning and case study pedagogy.  ...  This case study assessment is a formative assessment and therefore could be used as a feedback to the lecturer as well as to students for identifying knowledge gaps and to improve teaching and learning  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/589860 fatcat:4ee7h5x3xrblbprupvoeq5xidy
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