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The RECAP and SCAFFOLDS Frameworks: Engaging Students in Self-Reflection and Self-Regulation within Online Learning

Subjects: Undergraduate Students; Online Courses; Learner EngagementIndiana

  • Source: Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology, v9 p36-63 2020. 28 pp.

  • Abstract: This case study focuses on our efforts to engage students in one asynchronous, online undergraduate legal "pipeline" ... As Provided

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Engaging Students as Partners in Developing Online Learning and Feedback Activities for First-Year Fluid Mechanics

Subjects: Learner Engagement; Partnerships in Education; Feedback (Response)

  • Source: European Journal of Engineering Education, v43 n1 p26-39 2018. 14 pp.

  • Abstract: Much learning takes place outside of formal class settings, yet students starting in higher education are not ... As Provided

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Student Perceptions of the Most Effective and Engaging Online Learning Activities in a Blended Graduate Seminar

Subjects: Student Attitudes; Blended Learning; Learner Engagement

  • Source: Online Learning, v22 n3 p87-102 Sep 2018. 16 pp.

  • Abstract: The principal concern of this research was to learn more about effective designs of learning activities in onlineAs Provided

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Engaging Graduate Students in the Online Learning Environment: A Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Approach to Teacher Preparation

Subjects: Learner Engagement; Graduate Students; Online Courses

  • Source: Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research, v20 n2 Article 5 Aug 2018. 24 pp.

  • Abstract: Today's classroom is more diverse than ever; it is imperative that universities find solutions for meeting these diverse learning needs. One ... As Provided

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Active Learning: Engaging Students to Maximize Learning in an Online Course

Subjects: Active Learning; Online Courses; Learner Engagement

  • Source: Electronic Journal of e-Learning, v15 n2 p107-115 2017. 9 pp.

  • Abstract: Student engagement is key to successful teaching and learning, irrespective of the content and format of the ... As Provided

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Learning to Collaborate, Collaborating to Learn: Engaging Students in the Classroom and Online

Subjects: Cooperative Learning; Learning Activities; Electronic Learning

  • Source: Stylus Publishing LLC. 189 pp.

  • Abstract: Students who know how to collaborate successfully in the classroom will be better prepared for professional success in a world where ... As Provided

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Engaging Students in Online Learning Using Teacher Demonstration.

  • Source: Science Scope; Jan-Mar2021, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p65-69, 5p

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Perceived Stress Among Chinese Medical Students Engaging in Online Learning in Light of COVID-19.

  • Source: Psychology Research & Behavior Management. May2021, Vol. 14, p549-562. 14p.

  • Abstract: Purpose: After a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, countries have repeatedly imposed strict quarantine regimes as the virus mutates and becomes more contagious. Medical undergraduate ... Copyright of Psychology Research & Behavior Management is the property of Dove Medical Press Ltd and its content may not be copied or emailed to ...

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Engaging Students in an Online Situated Language Learning Environment

Subjects: Language Usage; Undergraduate Students; Educational EnvironmentTaiwan

  • Source: Computer Assisted Language Learning, v24 n2 p181-198 2011. 18 pp.

  • Abstract: Previous studies have emphasized the relationship between students' engagement and learning performance, and yet the context ... As Provided

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Engaging Online Students: Using a Multisensory Exercise for Deeper, Active Learning

Subjects: Online Courses; Scheduling; Masters Programs

  • Source: Marketing Education Review, v30 n1 p29-42 2020. 14 pp.

  • Abstract: With asynchronous scheduling and the semi-anonymous nature of online courses, engaging students can ... As Provided

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