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Strategies for Engaging the Adult Learner
Students demonstrate their level of engagement in three ways: behavioral engagement, cognitive engagement, and emotional engagement. Instructors who proactively implement strategies to better engage their students enhance ...
Tell Me, Teach Me, Involve Me: Transformational Leadership, Mentoring, and You
“Millennials,” born between 1977 and 1997, are a unique group, characterized by an approach to work and social media that is more integrated with their lives. The millennial generation uses technology to obtain and transfer ...
Improving Student Engagement and Participation through Student-created Assessments
Typically, student assessments of learning based on course objectives are a standard part of teaching and learning in higher education. In most cases, course assessments are predetermined and prepared by faculty long before ...
Implementing a Collaborative Cross-Curricular Approach to Inquiry-based Learning
Learning in the 21st century requires that new instructional and learning skills be implemented for both teachers and students for current and future generations of learners to be successful. The author discusses recent ...
The Need For Transformational Leaders In Education During Times of Change in British Columbia
The aims of education have evolved to include a focus on educating the whole student, in order to develop responsible citizens who are able to contribute to their community and the world at large in the 21st century. In ...
Extracurricular Activities and Student Interest
There is some significant longitudinal research on the impacts participation in extracurricular activities has on students, however very little research exists on the short term, day to day impacts. The purpose of this ...