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Evidence-Based Course Design and Strategies for Teaching & Learning

Educators Journal Club (2017)

Creating Significant Learning Experiences -  November 7


Brown, D. (2017). An evidence-based analysis of learning practices: the need for pharmacy students to employ more effective study strategies. Currents In Pharmacy Teaching And Learning, 9(2), 163-170. Click here to access the article.

Gooding, H. C., Mann, K., & Armstrong, E. (2017). Twelve tips for applying the science of learning to health professions education. Medical Teacher, 39(1), 26-31. Click here to access the article.

Faculty Perceptions about Teaching Online -  October 19


Wingo, Nancy Pope; Ivankova, Nataliya V.; Moss Jacqueline A. (2017).  Faculty Perceptions about Teaching Online: Exploring the Literature Using the Technology Acceptance Model as an Organizing Framework.  Online Learning  Volume 21 Issue 1: 15-35  Click here to access the article.

The Power of Stories: Storytelling as a Teaching Strategy - August 8


Shelton, C.C., Warren, A.E. & Archambault, L.M. (2016). Exploring the Use of Interactive Digital Storytelling Video: Promoting Student Engagement and Learning in a University Hybrid Course.  TechTrends 60: 465 - 474  Click here to access the article.

Making Space for Students' Long-term Memory - July 6


Larsen, D. P., Butler, A. C., & Roediger III, H. L. (2013). Comparative effects of test-enhanced learning and self-explanation on long-term retention. Medical Education, 47(7), 674-682. doi:10.1111/medu.12141. Click here to access the article. 

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