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A Self-Study of Aligning Pedagogy with Technology in Online Course Design
A Self-Study of Aligning Pedagogy with Technology in Online Course Design

Effective teacher professional development (TPD) is critical in improving the quality of education and assisting students in acquiring complex 21st-century skills. TPD can enhance teachers' motivation and confidence and improve their knowledge and pr…

Praxis, Pedagogy, and the Life of Being
Praxis, Pedagogy, and the Life of Being

This self-study examines Carlos’s journey of shifting from Brazil as a qualified and experienced teacher to become a teacher in a primary school in New Zealand. Using bricolage (Rogers, 2012), the study weaves together the disparate threads inv…

Shared Learning, Different Contexts
Shared Learning, Different Contexts

Researchers engaging in self-study “are committed to their ongoing professional learning and explore their assumptions, beliefs, and actions as they are enacted in practice” (Casey et al., 2018, p.56). Maura, Richard and Tony are primary …

Uneasy is the Teacher Educator
Uneasy is the Teacher Educator

I have always considered myself a good teacher. While continuing to ask questions of my practice and support the development of my instruction (Boche & Shoffner, 2016; Shoffner, 2019; 2018; 2016; 2014; 2012), I felt pedagogically adept in the cla…

Intentional Learning Design for Educational Games: A Workflow Supporting Novices and Experts
Intentional Learning Design for Educational Games: A Workflow Supporting Novices and Experts

This chapter proposes that learning experience design (LXD) and game-based learning (GBL) are mutually beneficial conceptual frameworks for increasing the effectiveness, appropriateness, and user experience of educational games. Drawing on a range of…

Universal Design for Learning in the Geosciences for Access and Equity in Our Classrooms
Universal Design for Learning in the Geosciences for Access and Equity in Our Classrooms

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an educational framework that has been employed in K-12 environments and generally improves learning outcomes for a variety of learners; however, its use in Higher Education (HE) to date has been much more limit…

Open Educational Resources
Open Educational Resources

This paper is in response to the manuscript entitled “Open educational resources and college textbook choices: a review of research on efficacy and perceptions” (Hilton in EducTechnol Res Dev 64(4): 573–590, 2016) from a theoretical…