Transformative Dialogues: teaching and learning eJournal
Volume 9, Issue 2, November 2016
Circles of Support
This issue sees multiple explorations of learning in various forms, contexts and foci. Those involved in such work include educational developers, faculty members, graduate students, staff and others, and, importantly the students themselves, be they graduate or undergraduate. There are multiple circles of support in the articles featured in this issue.
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Teaching and Learning, or is it the other way around? Circles of support - Alice Cassidy, Associate Editor
Articles and Essays
Complicating How Classroom Climate Works: Advancing the Framework - Hanae Tsukada and Amy Perreault, University of British Columbia
How to Peel a Prologue: Sensory Reading in Practice in Two 90-Minute Lessons - Nicola Blake, Stella and Charles Guttman Community College, CUNY
Meaning-Maintenance as a Learning Strategy: Predictions for How Expectation Violations Can Influence Classroom Learning - Jason P. Martens, University of British Columbia
Reflections on a Student Research Journal: What are the impacts, and are they worth it? - Laurie Waye, NWCC, Allie Simpson, York University
Community-based Research and Student Learning - Megan Hertner, Nina Reid-Maroney, Amy Bell, Huron University College
Developing a General Education Course to Address Undergraduates’ Mental Health Issues: Academic, Professional and Practical Considerations - Susanna Wai Ching Lai-Yeung, The Open University of Hong Kong
Creating Community through Faculty Development to Support Inclusive Undergraduate Research Mentorship - Robin A. Parent, Noya Kansky, Jane Lehr, California Polytechnic State University
The Creative Nature of Communities of Practice - Martha McAlister, Camosun College
Pre-Service Training in Professional Learning Communities Benefits Novice Teacher - Heather K. Dillard, Middle Tennessee State University
Surviving and Thriving: Recommendations for Graduate Student Teachers from Colleagues Further Along the Path - Carolyn Hoessler, University of Saskatchewan, Laura Kinderman, Queen’s University, Alicia Hussain, Queen’s University, Amelia Horsburgh, University of Saskatchewan
The Journey of Matriculation: A Tool for Developing Learning through Reflection - Brandon Peoples, Clemson University, Molly Thompson & Brian Murphy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Revisiting the Technology and Student Learning Debates: Critical Issues and Multiple Perspectives - Sara Langford, Anjana Narayan, Nicholas Von Glahn, California State Polytechnic University
Supporting the Success of Students of Color: Creating Racial Justice through Student Activism - Judith Willison, Bridgewater State University
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