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The High-Impact Practices


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Susan M. Baxter's curator insight, October 3, 2013 3:10 PM

This is the companion chart to George Kuh's report, High-Impact Educational Practices: What they are , who has access to them, and why they matter" (AAC&U, 2008). Full report here: 

http://www.neasc.org/downloads/aacu_high_impact_2008_final.pdf

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We Must Change the Culture of Science and Teaching: Freeman Hrabowski at TEDxMidAtlantic

Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, has served as President of UMBC (The University of Maryland, Baltimore County) since 1992. His research and publications focus on ...

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Susan M. Baxter's curator insight, July 11, 2013 3:19 PM

Feeling in need of inspiration? Need some perspective on why undergraduate STEM education needs reform? Spend 15 minutes listening to President Hrabowski's 2012 STEMx talk once a term or so!

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A Great Study Skills Poster for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Great Study Skills Poster for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Evidence Based Practice | Scoop.it

"Learning is a lifelong process. It is also an ongoing experience in which we get to discover new and inspiring things about our world. Some argue that with maturity comes mindful and conscious learning but regardless of age variable, thinking about learning from a metacognitive perspective (thinking about how we learn what we learn) does definitely improve the way we learn.

In the visual below created by Create Innovate Explore, Rachel dissected the metathinking levels of studying and provided some of the tips on how to hone in one's study skills. I invite you to have a look and share  with your students."


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Challenges Incorporating Evidence-Based Practice with Athletic Training Students

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Perceptions of Approved Clinical Instructions: Barriers in the Implementation of Evidence-Based Practice.


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Developing Evidence Based Practice - Study Days

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event in Bournemouth (New Event Listing - Developing Evidence Based Practice... http://t.co/gdoCfTKpoo #Bournemouth)
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Birth of EMS: The History of the Paramedic -

Birth of EMS: The History of the Paramedic - | Evidence Based Practice | Scoop.it
The EMS profession has grown leaps and bounds in the past 50 years.
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The Differences Between Pedagogy, Heutagogy, and Andragogy - Learn Egg

The Differences Between Pedagogy, Heutagogy, and Andragogy - Learn Egg | Evidence Based Practice | Scoop.it
Pedagogy: the method and practice of teaching, esp. as an academic subject or theoretical concept.
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Project Based Learning vs. Problem Based Learning

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Susan M. Baxter's curator insight, December 10, 2013 4:56 PM

It's hard keeping up with higher education and learning jargon!  The bloggers over at the "Experts & Newbies" website help us all out with some analysis.  Importantly, they also provide some historical context to prove these teaching practices aren't just fads!

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The Direction of MOOC Research

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After 2 years of MOOC mania, the time has come for increasing the output of MOOC research. But what direction is that research taking – what direction should it take? At the beginning of the month ...

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Abi James's curator insight, December 19, 2013 3:43 AM

Mooc research needs to consider inckusion - how to include those excluded from traditional university study particularly those with disabilities and accessibility needs. so far we are struggling to capture their needs and requirements. 

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Evidence based practice in clinical physiotherapy education: a qualitative interpretive description

Health care undergraduate students are expected to practice evidence-based after they graduate. Previous research indicates that students face several problems with transferring evidence-based practice to real patient situations.

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How have paramedic techniques changed since the TV series ...

How have paramedic techniques changed since the TV series ... | Evidence Based Practice | Scoop.it
The first episodes touched on the overall idea of a "paramedic" and the concerns doctors had as to whether firefighters could actually administer emergency care in the field. The role of communications and telemetry and the ...
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Don't Give Up on the Lecture

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Teachers who stand in front of their classes and deliver instruction are not "out-of-touch experts"—they're role models.
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