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EDPD 8012 Innovative Curriculum: Welcome & Course Readings

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EDPD 8012 Course Readings

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Averett, P.E., & Arnd-Caddigan, M. (2014). Preparing BSW students for service-learning: Enhancing epistemological reflection. Journal Of Teaching In Social Work, 34(3), 316-331.

Baggaley, J. (2015). Flips and flops. Distance Education, 1-10.

Bali, M. (2014). Why doesn't this feel empowering? The challenges of web-based intercultural dialogue. Teaching in Higher Education, 19(2), 208-215.

Brown, S.W., Lawless, K.A., & Boyer, M.A. (2013). Promoting positive academic dispositions using a web-based PBL environment: The GlobalEd 2 project. Interdisciplinary Journal Of Problem-Based Learning, 7(1), 67-90.

Carmichael, T., & Norvang, R. (2014). A global dialogue on peace: Creating an international learning community through social media. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 26(3), 445-452.

Clark, K.R. (2015). The effects of the flipped model of instruction on student engagement and performance in the secondary mathematics classroom. Journal Of Educators Online 12(1), 91-115.

Cooper, J. L., & Robinson, P. (2014). Using classroom assessment and cognitive scaffolding to enhance the power of small-group learning. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 25(3/4), 149-161.

Craig, B.S., Ken. (2012). Two frameworks for preparing teachers for the shift from local to global educational environments. Journal Of Open, Flexible And Distance Learning, 16(2), 11-25.

Dalimonte, C. (2013). Global STEM navigators. Science And Children, 51(2), 56-62.

Eaude, T. (2011). Compliance or innovation? Enhanced professionalism as the route to improving learning and teaching. Education Review, 24(1), 49-57.

Edge, K., & Khamsi, K. (2012). International school partnerships as a vehicle for global education: Student perspectives. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 32(4), 455-472.

Edwards, R. A., Kirwin, J., Gonyeau, M., Matthews, S. J., Lancaster, J., & DiVall, M. (2014). A reflective teaching challenge to motivate educational innovation. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 78(5), 1-7.

Ehiobuche, C., & Justus, B. (2014). Students as global citizens; can dialogue enhance engagement and learning outcome. Global Education Journal, 4(4), 114-138.

Eidoo, S., Ingram, L.-A., MacDonald, A., Nabavi, M., Pashby, K., & Stille, S. (2011). "Through the kaleidoscope": Intersections between theoretical perspectives and classroom implications in critical global citizenship education. Canadian Journal of Education, 34(4), 59-84.

Engin, M. (2014). Extending the flipped classroom model: Developing second language writing skills through student-created digital videos. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning14(5), 12-26.

Fleischmann, K. (2013). Big bang technology: What's next in design education, radical innovation or incremental change? Journal Of Learning Design, 6(3), 1-17.

Garoutte, L., & McCarthy-Gilmore, K. (2014). Preparing students for community-based learning using an asset based approach. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 14(5), 48–61.

Gilbert, D.J. (2014). Social work and engineering collaboration: Forging innovative global community development education. Journal Of Social Work Education, 50(2), 292-304.

Goodman, B., & Huckfeldt, V. (2014). The rise and fall of a required interdisciplinary course: Lessons learned. Innovative Higher Education, 39(1), 75-88.

Hamdan, A. R., Kwan, C. L., Khan, A., Ghafar, M. A., & Sihes, A. J. (2014). Implementation of problem based learning among nursing students. International Education Studies, 7(7), 136-142.

Hantzopoulos, M., Zakharia, Z., Shirazi, R., Bajaj, M., & Ghaffar-Kucher, A. (2015). New curricular approaches to teaching about the Middle East and North Africa. Social Studies Research & Practice, 10(1), 84-93.

Heng Ngee, M. (2014). Teaching Tip: The Flipped Classroom. Journal Of Information Systems Education, 25(1), 7-11.

Hopper, S. (2014). Bringing the world to the classroom through videoconferencing and project-based learning. Techtrends: Linking Research & Practice To Improve Learning, 58(3), 78-89.

Hutchings, M., & Quinney, A. (2015). The flipped classroom, disruptive pedagogies, enabling technologies and wicked problems: Responding to "The bomb in the basement". Electronic Journal Of E-Learning, 13(2), 106-119.

Jewett, P. (2011). "Some people do things different from us": Exploring personal and global cultures in a first grade classroom. Journal Of Children's Literature, 37(1), 20-29.

Kahveci, N.G. (2015). Pre-service teachers’ conceptions on use of social media in social studies education. International Journal of Progressive Education, 11(1), 82-100.

Kenney, J.L., & Newcombe, E. (2014). Flipping instruction in an undergraduate education course: Findings from an action research study. International Journal Of Technology In Teaching & Learning, 10(1), 1-13.

Kereluik, K., Mishra, P., Fahnoe, C., & Terry, L. (2013). What knowledge is of most worth: Teacher knowledge for 21st century learning. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education (International Society for Technology in Education), 29(4), 127-140.

Kerlin, S.C., Carlsen, W.S., Kelly, G.J., & Goehring, E. (2013). Global learning communities: A comparison of online domestic and international science class partnerships. Journal Of Science Education And Technology, 22(4), 475-487.

Makulova, A. T., Alimzhanova, G. M., Bekturganova, Z. M., Umirzakova, Z. A., Makulova, L. T., & Karymbayeva, K. M. (2015). Theory and practice of competency-based approach in education. International Education Studies, 8(8), 183-192.

McDonald, R.E., & Derby, J.M. (2015). Active learning to improve presentation skills: The use of Pecha Kucha in undergraduate sales management classes. Marketing Education Review, 25(1), 21-25.

McLaughlin, C.A., McLaughlin, F.C., & Pringle, R.M. (2013). Simply performance assessment. Science And Children, 51(3), 50-55.

Mullings, D.V. (2015). Bridging the learning gap: Cross-cultural learning and teaching through distance. World Journal of Education, 5(2), 1.

Murphree, D.S. (2014). "Writing wasn't really stressed, accurate historical analysis was stressed": Student perceptions of in-class writing in the inverted, general education, university history survey course. History Teacher, 47(2), 209-219.

Oliver, J., & Kowalczyk, C. (2013). Improving student group marketing presentations: A modified Pecha Kucha approach. Marketing Education Review, 23(1), 55-58.

Onyia, O. P. (2014). Integrating teacher- and peer-assessments of group coursework assignments in business education: Some innovative methods. Research in Higher Education Journal, 22.

Oyugi, J.L. (2015). Rational and challenges of competency-based education and training: The "wickedness" of the problem. Journal of Education and Practice, 6(14), 74-78. 

Puttick, G., Drayton, B., & Karp, J. (2015). Digital curriculum in the classroom: Authority, control, and teacher role. International Journal Of Emerging Technologies In Learning, 10(6), 11-20.

Rees, P.W., & Legates, M. (2013). Returning "region" to world regional geography. Journal of Geography In Higher Education, 37(3), 327-349.

Rosenow, C. (2014). Collaborative design: Building task-specific rubrics in the honors classroom. Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 15(2), 31-34.

Rye, S. A., & Stokken, A. M. (2012). The implications of the local context in global online education. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 3(1), 191-206.

Schon, J. A., Eitel, K. B., Bingaman, D., Miller, B. G., & Rittenburg, R. A. (2014). Big Project, Small Leaders. Science & Children, 51(9), 48-53.

Smith, B., & Mader, J. (2014). The power of tagging. Science Teacher 81(7), 8.

Vasbø, K.B. (2013). Intercultural learning across contexts. International Electronic Journal Of Elementary Education, 6(1), 83-94.

Yan, L., Muhua, Z., Bonk, C.J., & Yuqing, G. (2015). Integrating MOOC and flipped classroom practice in a traditional undergraduate course: Students' experience and perceptions. International Journal Of Emerging Technologies In Learning, 10(6), 4-10.

Yarnall, L., & Fusco, J. (2014). Applying the brakes: How practical classroom decisions affect the adoption of inquiry instruction. Journal of College Science Teaching, 43(6), 52-57.

Other Readings

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