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Professors and instructors' experiences with transitions and policies for the online environment
Professors develop policies and procedures for their courses that are relevant and applicable for their classroom or learning platform. In particular, professors transitioning from a traditional to an online (synchronous ...
Technology supported formative peer assessment: an examination of student perceptions in the development of employability skills
With the growing need for post-secondary education to develop students’ employability skills, authentic learning environments require authentic assessments. Peer assessment has been used successfully in a variety of ...
An examination of the efficacy of the plagiarism detection software program Turnitin
This research examined the effectiveness of the plagiarism detection program Turnitin in identifying clearly copied, verbatim textual material from peer reviewed and published academic journal articles. It also considered ...
The effects of the use of iPads in secondary physical education
This study investigates finding ways to improve engagement of students in Physical Education classes to inspire students to make healthy lifestyle choices. It appears that the existing barriers to the adoption of technology ...
A proactive strategy: using a critical digital literacies approach to support the anti-bullying movement
This paper outlines an eight-week project in a grade 9 English course that integrated a Critical Digital Literacies (CDL) framework. The CDL approach focuses on critical literacy and social justice principles while learning ...