This post is for all of you who would like to capitalize on the momentum of yesterday’s exciting Teaching and Learning Strategies presentations. Did you know that Falvey offers many discipline-specific teaching and learning journals? Check out highlights from some of these journals below.
Publishes peer-reviewed articles on how instructors across all academic disciplines can improve student learning. Each issue includes practical ideas and new strategies for successful teaching. Topics may range from research on teaching methods, educational technologies, classroom management, and assessment and grading, to faculty development, course design, and interdisciplinary teaching.
- Do Bosses Give Extra Credit? Using the Classroom to Model Real-World Work Experiences by Kristie L. Campana & Jamie J. Peterson, March 2013.
- The Use and Abuse of Cell Phones and Text Messaging in the Classroom: A Survey of College Students by Deborah R. Tindell & Robert W. Bohlander, December 2011.
Our mission at Communication Education is to publish rigorous, social science research related to these two focus areas: instructional communication and communication education.
- The teacher‐student relationship as an interpersonal relationship by Ann Bainbridge Frymier & Marian L. Houser, May 2009.
- Raising the Question # 9 Is the Student-Athlete Population Unique? And Why Should We Care? by J. Christopher Jolly, December 2007.
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
A peer-reviewed, quarterly journal that addresses the professional needs of the journalism and mass communication educator and administrator on both secondary and collegiate levels.
- Protecting the “Impressionable Minds” from the “Impressionable Minds”: The Third-Person Effect and Student Speech, by Adam Marks and Brian Schraum, December 2012.
- Missing Citations, Bulking Biographies, and Unethical Collaboration: Types of Cheating among Public Relations Majors, by Giselle A. Auger, June 2013.
Teaching of Psychology
This indispensable journal offers creative and hands-on articles that help you use a variety of resources (for example, technology as a teaching tool) to enhance student learning.
- Promoting Knowledge Transfer with Electronic Note Taking, Andrew D. Katayama, R. Neal Shambaugh, Tasneem Doctor, April 2005.
- Ideal Teacher Behaviors: Student Motivation and Self-Efficacy Predict Preferences by Meera Komarraju, February 2013.
From the American Sociological Association, Teaching Sociology publishes articles, notes, and reviews intended to be helpful to the discipline’s teachers. Articles range from experimental studies of teaching and learning to broad, synthetic essays on pedagogically important issues.
- A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Applying Image-based Learning to Course Design, by Cameron T. Whitley, April 2013.
- Picture My Gender(s): Using Interactive Media to Engage Students in Theories of Gender Construction, by Carey Sargent and Sarah M. Corse, March 2013.
Journal of Teacher Education
Provides a vital forum for considering practice, policy, and research in teacher education. It examines some of the most timely and important topics in the field.
- What Makes Good Teachers Good? A Cross-Case Analysis of the Connection Between Teacher Effectiveness and Student Achievement, by James H. Stronge, Thomas J. Ward, and Leslie W. Grant, September 2011.
- Preparing Teachers for Culturally Diverse Schools: Research and the Overwhelming Presence of Whiteness, by Christine E. Sleeter, March 2001.
Counselor Education and Supervision
Publishes articles on research, theory development, and program applications with essential information for the preparation and supervision of counselors in various settings.
- Use of Ethnographic Fiction in Social Justice Graduate Counselor Training, by Rita Chi-Ying Chung & Fred Bemak, March 2013.
- A Constructivist Perspective for Integrating Spirituality Into Counselor Training, by Brian M. Shaw, Hannah Bayne, & Sonya Lorelle, December 2012.
Journal of Criminal Justice Education (available 1990-2011)
An official publication of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). JCJE provides a forum for the examination, discussion and debate of a broad range of issues concerning post-secondary education in criminal justice, criminology and related areas.
- The “Write” Stuff: Simple Techniques: Designed to Teach Students How toAvoid Plagiarism, by Caroline W. Ferree & Heather L. Pfeifer, November 2010.
- Outside the Comfort Zone of the Classroom, by Brian Chad Starks, Lana Harrison, & Kathy Denhardt, June 2011.
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