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Journal of Instructional Pedagogies

2017 Volume 18, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Is Your Accounting Class a Flip or Flop?

    Leslie Weisenfeld

    The flipped class allows the instructor to put materials online that would normally be provided in the traditional lecture format and frees up class time for hands-on learning activities. This... More

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  2. Digital Pedagogy the Millennials' Way: E-Book as a Course Project

    William W. Arnold

    This article traces the experience of university students in an upper division business course as they collectively authored an e-book as their course project. The professor designated the title of... More

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  3. Enhancing Student Success in Health Care Programs: Active Learning in a Hybrid Format

    Jitendra Singh

    Usage of active learning strategies allows students to learn concepts taught in classroom settings, think critically about those concepts in the context of daily life, and then apply those concepts... More

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  4. Using Virtual Organizations to Deliver Online Content and Create an Applied Learning Environment

    Montella Smith

    Online course delivery does not provide the same opportunity for role playing or discussion of controversial topics as traditional courses. Using a virtual organization to facilitate applied... More

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