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Journal of Learning Design

2016 Volume 9, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Bad Attitudes: Why Design Students Dislike Teamwork

    Richard Tucker & Neda Abbasi

    Positive experiences of teamwork in design contexts significantly improve students' satisfaction with teaching and their attitudes towards future teamwork. Thus, an understanding of the factors... More

    pp. 1-20

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  2. Improving Students' Interpersonal Skills through Experiential Small Group Learning

    Kay Lesley Skinner, Sarah J. Hyde, Kerstin B. A. McPherson & Maree D. Simpson

    Health professional students must be equipped with the skills necessary to interact with patients. Effective interpersonal skills are difficult to both learn and teach, requiring development,... More

    pp. 21-36

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  3. Traffic Light Report Provides a New Technique for Assurance of Learning

    Rose Nash, Ieva Stupans, Leanne Chalmers & Natalie Brown

    The Traffic Light Report (TLR) project is an educational intervention designed for pharmacy undergraduates. This paper reports on analysis of TLR data specifically focusing on its potential as an... More

    pp. 37-54

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  4. Online Lecture Recordings and Lecture Attendance: Investigating Student Preferences in a Large First Year Psychology Course

    Alexandra Yeung, Sadhana Raju & Manjula D. Sharma

    While blended learning has been around for some time, the interplay between lecture recordings, lecture attendance and grades needs further examination particularly for large cohorts of over 1,000 ... More

    pp. 55-71

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  5. Good CoP: What Makes a Community of Practice Successful?

    Anthony Baker & Stephanie Beames

    We have established a community of practice focussed on student learning in first-year science. It is recognised that transition, whether from school to university or other possible transitions, is... More

    pp. 72-79

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  6. Best Practices in Digital Object Development for Education: Promoting Excellence and Innovation in Instructional Quality and Assessment

    Amanda A. Reece

    A program of development of online learning resources should provide content, resources, support and activities to promote excellence and innovation in instructional quality and assessment. This... More

    pp. 80-86

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