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Quade, Kristine; Beaver, Amanda K.; Fry, Laura; Bulmini, Daniela; Miller, Elvia – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
This qualitative descriptive study was conducted to explore how female leaders describe remaining authentic when being scapegoated. The participants were 12 senior female leaders in either for-profit or nonprofit roles in Arizona. While not all women were able to maintain their authenticity during the scapegoating experience, the experience was…
Descriptors: Women Administrators, Administrator Attitudes, Labeling (of Persons), Leadership Styles
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Kopparla, Mahati; Goldsby, Dianne – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
Co-operative group learning is known to be an effective instructional practice, especially for mathematics. While group work can be incorporated into the classroom in multiple ways, not every group is a co-operative learning community. In the current study, class observations and preservice teacher interviews were used to compare experiences…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Group Activities, Preservice Teachers, Interaction
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Savarirajan, Daisy; Fong, Su – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
The integration of faith and learning (IFL) is an integral part of Christian higher education. The recent years have seen a spate in published studies testifying to an intense pursuit of meaningful IFL by many institutions of Christian higher education. However, little scholarship has been devoted to explore the influence of faith integration in…
Descriptors: Biology, Science Instruction, Biblical Literature, Christianity
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Roland-Jenkins, Takeesha – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
Own-group conformity pressure refers to experiencing pressure to conform to standards that a specific ethnic group established. The own-group conformity pressure theory posits that own-group norms subtly indicate how targeted individuals should behave socially. Ethnicity-related backlash is a form of harassment for violating ethnic stereotypes…
Descriptors: Self Management, Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Social Behavior
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Kaufmann, Daniel A. – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
The use of the monomyth to shape the narratives of fiction with deep meanings, while feeling both new and recognizable, is consistently experienced across all cultures throughout time. As past publications have utilized this approach to subconscious symbolism to explain many experiences, it has not yet been utilized to explain the process of…
Descriptors: Counselor Training, Counselor Educators, Reflection, Teacher Attitudes
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Monaghan-Geernaert, Pamela – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
Scientific literacy is a key skill for college students. Flipped classroom techniques provide useful tools for students to learn material outside of the classroom to be applied during class time. In this study, students were assigned homework that entailed watching two video podcasts that explained the process for finding and reading peer-reviewed…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Information Literacy, Scientific Literacy, Journal Articles
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Davis, Mendi; Winter, Renee – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
The purpose of this qualitative research study was to describe the students' learning experience when utilizing a team teaching approach in an online doctoral program at a private university located within the Southwestern region of the United States. The theoretical foundation of Community of Inquiry developed by Garrison, Anderson, and Archer…
Descriptors: Team Teaching, Student Experience, Doctoral Students, Learning Experience
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Winter, Renee M. – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
Higher education has experienced a significant transformation from traditional face-to-face instruction to online instruction. The purpose of this quantitative causal-comparative study was to determine to what extent postsecondary online faculty utilized brain-based learning techniques as part of their academic practices in the online asynchronous…
Descriptors: Educational Benefits, Online Courses, Brain Hemisphere Functions, Teaching Methods
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Ilosvay, Kimberly – Journal of Instructional Research, 2019
The ability to communicate through oral language is an innate human characteristic (Chomsky, 1968; Pinker, 2007) and is a product of the social process (Vygotsky, 1978). Though the language " … in people's heads does not always translate automatically into appropriate words and phrases …" uttered through the mouth (Chafe &…
Descriptors: Humor, Classroom Communication, Language Usage, Foreign Countries
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Mostofo, Jim – Journal of Instructional Research, 2018
This paper describes a partnership between a college of education at a Christian university in the southwest U.S. and a local high school where preservice teachers completed their practicum (field experience) during summer school. The benefits to and efficacy of the preservice teachers were examined using a qualitative postprogram survey. The…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Summer Programs, Mentors, Program Descriptions
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Li, Manyu; van Lieu, Sandi – Journal of Instructional Research, 2018
The goal of this study is to investigate both the prevalence and the described strategies of university professors' use of one of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) techniques, Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs). This study also aims to compare whether traditional and online faculty and full-time and part-time faculty differ in…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Scholarship, Instruction, Learning
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Dyer, Rebekah – Journal of Instructional Research, 2018
The number of students with disabilities who attend college is increasing, but many of them are not completing their degree program. Many students with disabilities are not socially prepared to attend college. They may struggle with developing relationships with peers and faculty, which leads to a feeling of not being supported. There are a…
Descriptors: College Students, Teaching Methods, Disabilities, Academic Accommodations (Disabilities)
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Camacho, Danielle J.; Legare, Jill M. – Journal of Instructional Research, 2018
The purpose of this article is to contribute to the growing body of research that focuses on best practices for environmental sustainability education in K-12 classrooms. A review of related literature included emerging trends, commitment by business leaders to engage in CSR activities in the community, and opportunities for education at the K-12…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Business Administration Education, Best Practices, Environmental Education
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Smith, Gina; Minor, Maria; Brashen, Henry – Journal of Instructional Research, 2018
The purpose of this research study was to examine the characteristics of Spiritual Leadership and compare and contrast this style to 5 other well-known leadership styles including Transformational Leadership, Servant Leadership, Situational Leadership, Authoritarian Leadership, and Moral Leadership. Although each of these styles had some very…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Religious Factors, Spiritual Development, Comparative Analysis
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Chadha, Anita – Journal of Instructional Research, 2018
This research contributes to knowledge about the effectiveness of online deliberations as an innovative means for providing online education. Using a mixed methods approach, student peer exchanges were analyzed on a collaborative website structured around interactive weekly discussions in politics and offered across three types of institutions: a…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Online Courses, Instructional Effectiveness, Public Colleges
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