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Handbook of Research on Transnational Higher Education
The study of teaching methods, more specifically teaching children (from the Greek “peda” meaning child).
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Evaluation of Course Curriculum and Teaching: Guidelines for Higher Education Instructors
James P. Coyle (University of Windsor, Canada), Irene Carter (University of Windsor, Canada), Derek Campbell (University of Windsor, Canada), and Ori Talor (University of Windsor, Canada)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 20
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4458-8.ch017
Abstract
In order to be effective teachers, higher education instructors must do more than evaluate the content of their courses. They need to assess curriculum design and methods used for teaching and assessing student learning. This can be challenging since instructors may receive little training in effective methods for teaching adult learners. This chapter explains the reasons why instructors should evaluate their courses and describes the characteristics of effective course curricula, teaching methods, and procedures for assessing student learning. A Curriculum Evaluation Checklist is proposed as a useful tool that has practical benefits for instructors who evaluate their curricula and teaching.
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GISS and GISP Facilitate Higher Education and Cooperative Learning Design
Is the science and art of education. This article suggests a “gardening” approach, similar to kindergartens) where assets of learners can grow advantageously in a dialogic framework provided by trainers.
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Contribution-Oriented Pedagogy
The art and science of teaching, involving an underlying learning philosophy and strategies for carrying out the philosophy in a given learning setting.
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Study Abroad and Service-Learning in a Catholic Social Teaching Context: The Implications for Teacher Education and Social Justice
The style in which or approach that a teacher practices in order to impart knowledge. Differentiation- An instructional approach that includes adapting approaches, pedagogy, materials, modes, tools, and curriculum in order to meet the individual needs of all students. Transformative Education - is the expansion of consciousness through the transformation of basic worldview and specific capacities of the self.
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Using Heutagogy to Address the Needs of Online Learners
The art, science, or profession of teaching.
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Flipping the Medical School Classroom
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Enhancing Quality Teacher Education Programs in Developing Countries
Refers to the teaching strategies employed by the teachers to deliver the content in class to enhance the expected learning outcomes.
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Multicultural Education: A Framework for Curriculum and Social Justice in Education
It is the art, science, or profession of teaching. The profession of a teacher. The principles and methods of instruction, including activities of educating or instructing that impart knowledge or skill.
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Online Tools With Synchronous Learning Environments
The study of how student interactions take place during educational experiences.
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Scholarly Collaboration Across Time Zones
Understood to be the science of teaching, concerned with the method used to facilitate student learning.
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Age, Race and Gender Issues Related to On-line Learning
Effective techniques for teaching individuals who are “traditionally aged” students (e.g., pre-kindergarten through college age).
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Transactional Distance and the Capacity Triangle of Adult Teaching and Learning
This is a term specifically used in K12 (primary and secondary teaching) but that can also be used in adult education to signify the process of scaffolding information so that students have foundational concepts before continuing with more challenging information.
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What Do Candidates Look for While Selecting a B-School?
The method and practice of teaching, referring to a subject or concept.
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A Clear Pathway: The Hazy Line between Collaboration and Collusion
The art and science of teaching, and not in its narrower sense of teaching the ‘young’. Its common usage is now sufficiently broad that there is no need to import the word ‘andragogy’, a term which has only limited currency in the mainstreams of HE practice.
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Equity Pedagogies for Inclusive Online Classrooms in Higher Education
Teaching methods and strategies adopted to promote student learning, knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Examples of pedagogies include collaborative learning, inquiry-based learning, and the Socratic method.
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Integrating Climate Change Education Into the Curriculum in Kenya
Teaching methods used to give instruction to students.
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Teaching Up: Female Sociologists Teaching About Privilege
An individual teacher’s approach to teaching and learning including their teaching philosophy.
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One Size Doesn't Fit for All: An Empirical Study of Language Learning Strategies of Rural Learners
A method of teaching. The activities, styles and strategies of teaching and instruction process is known as pedagogy.
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Implementing TILT in Business Education: Content, Pedagogies, and a Generalized Toolkit
A method of teaching (examples: lecture, problem solving, Case method, group assignment). We mostly use the term to mean the design of that method, with implied broad strokes of implementation. Actual implementation may differ in detail. In particular, different pedagogies may overlap, such as a group assignment being a case analysis. We assume that the choice of pedagogy (including its implementation) is up to the instructor.
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Authentic Leadership in Immersive Learning Environments: Teachers as Affective, Cognitive, and Pedagogical Enablers
The underlying practice and method of teaching. Pedagogy is traditionally a term for teaching children but has been adopted more broadly among adult students to enable definition of practices and methods of teaching adults and children.
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Emergency Remote Teaching and Learning (ERTL) During COVID-19: The Ghana Communication Technology University Experience
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Let's CLIL!: Pedagogical-Linguistic Reflections Between Teacher Education and Classroom Teaching – A Focus on the Italian Context
Human science that studies education to indicate possible courses of action for teachers and educators for the improvement of practice.
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A Pedagogical Paradigm Shift: Prospective Epistemologies of Extended Reality in Health Professions Education
Is the methodological process and study of applied teaching and learning within specific subjects and academic disciplines.
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From Face-to-face to Online Foreign Language Teaching: Capitalising on Lessons Learned During COVID-19
A combination of theory and practices that constitute teachers’ educational choices.
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Increased Workforce Diversity by Race, Gender, and Age and Equal Employment Opportunity Laws: Implications for Human Resource Development
Training methods or teaching methods. Often used to define teaching methods that are used with children.
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International School Teachers' Professional Development in Response to the Needs of Third Culture Kids in the Classroom
Linking the science and art of education, pedagogy combines the subject matter and the content being taught, with the method of teaching this content in such a way that engages students in the learning process.
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The Encore Chapter: The Culmination of Lifespan Development
The science of learning and teaching; sometimes associated with all ages though methodology is directed towards youth.
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Innovative Learning and Education Practices in European Universities: A Pathway to Modern Pedagogy
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LMS Course Design for Adult Learning: Heutagogy, Andragogy, Pedagogy
The word comes from the Greek pa?da????? ( paidagogeo ); in which pa?? ( país , genitive pa?d??, paidos ) means “child” and ??? ( ágo ) means “lead”; literally translated “to lead the child”. The art, science, or profession of teaching; especially children.
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Dragging Academe Out of the Closet: Sissy Boy Strength, Gay Magic, and DIVA Pedagogy
The art and science of the practice of teaching. Pedagogy encompasses teaching philosophies, theories, curricula preparation, facilitation, processing, and evaluation of efficacy.
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Serious Lessons from the Commercial Games Industry
The study of teaching, instruction, and the methodologies supporting those goals.
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In the Nexus: Learning Pods as Learning Micro-Societies
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A Laboratory for Creativity: How Youth Thrive With Design Thinking and STEAM Education
The theory and practice of teaching regarding how knowledge and skills are shared in an educational setting.
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Media Literacy Facilitation as Service Learning and Public Engagement
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Closing the Skills Gap and Enhancing Employability Through Industry-Academia Collaboration
The theory, method, and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept. This is a teacher-focused learning technique and centers on educating children or dependent personalities.
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A Task-Based Design for Integrating E-Mail with FL Pedagogy
Decisions teachers make and implement in carrying out formal and informal curricula in classroom practice.
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Learning to Teach the Media: Pre-Service Teachers Articulate the Value of Media Literacy Education
The process of teaching or the “how” of teaching; pedagogy is the instructive methodologies of teaching that encompass knowledge of the content, knowledge of the learner, and knowledge of effective strategies for learning and assessment.
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Andragogy and Higher Education in Late Capitalism: A Critique
Originally the theory and practice of educating children, it became associated with the understanding of education in general; as such it provided a foil for those eager to carve out a professional role for exclusively “adult” education. While the social purpose of childhood education has been commonly understood (if highly contested), the aims of adult education remain fundamentally controversial.
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Preparing Part-Time Instructors for Success in Online Course Development and Teaching
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept, more often associated with younger learners.
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Faculty Memoirs: Study Abroad Business Program in China
The discipline that deals with the theory and practice of education. It thus concerns the study and practice of how best to teach.
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K-20 Learning along a Novice to Expert Continuum in Online Learning Environments
Philosophies and learning theory for the way children, under the age of 18, think and learn.
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Potato, Pot-Ar-To. Tomato, Tom-Ar-To: Is Teacher Quality and Teaching Quality the Same?
The art and science of teaching, and not in its narrower sense of teaching the ‘young’. Its common usage is now sufficiently broad that there is no need to import the word ‘andragogy’, a term which has only limited currency in the mainstreams of HE practice.
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Creating a Virtual Reality Lab: Using a Student-Centered Approach
The method and practice of teaching aligned with a certain set of beliefs about how students best learn.
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Software Literacy
Study and practice of teaching.
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Online Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Community
The process, art or science of imparting knowledge and skill to students. It also refers to how teachers design, cultivate and enable students’ learning.
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Primary School Teachers' Perceived Factors Affecting the Integration of ICT in an Educational District
A combination of teaching content, strategies, and resources a teacher can utilize to share learning experiences within an educational setting.
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Ensuring Quality: The Faculty Role in Online Higher Education
Pedagogy is a formative learning theory that is primarily focused on the teaching of children. A pedagogical approach is a directed learning approach ( Hase & Kenyon, 2001 ).
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Solution-Focused Brief Counseling in Schools: An Alternative Approach to Problem-Solving and Counseling
Is the academic discipline that deals with the theory and practice of teaching and how these influence student learning.
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Decolonising and Humanising Pedagogies in South African Postgraduate Education: Lessons From Indigenous Knowledge Systems
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Attitudes Toward Technology Predict Teacher Candidates' Use of E-Resources
An instructional method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject.
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Higher Education in the Post-COVID Era: An Approach Towards Developing a New Blended Learning Model
A method or practice used for teaching, specifically an academic topic or a theory. It is also an art or science of teaching.
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Navigating 21st Century Multimodal Textual Environments: A Case Study of Digital Literacy
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Distance Learning Essentials
Pedagogy refers to the art and science of teaching children. According to Knowles et al. (2005) , pedagogy assigns to the teacher full responsibility for making all decisions about what will be learned, how it will be learned, when it will be learned, and if it has been learned. It is teacher-directed education, leaving to the learner only the submissive role of following a teacher’s instructions (p. 62).
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Introduction: Advancing Digital Equity Through Transformative Teaching and Learning
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.
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Program Directors as Collegial Academic Leaders
There is no general agreement on a single definition of ‘pedagogy’ in literature. The term is being used here to refer to educators understanding and beliefs about curriculum design and the teaching and learning process which underlie their teaching activities.
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Blended Learning in Teacher Education: Uncovering its Transformative Potential for Teacher Preparation Programs
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COVID-19 and Inequities in Education: An Indian Context
The method of learning and teaching; It includes the procedure followed by teachers to impart knowledge to students.
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Changing Gears in the Assessment Cycle: Preparing for Gradual yet Substantial Shifts
The general instructional methods and practices used by a teacher that reflect a broad educational philosophy; can also reflect the methods of institution or discipline.
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Accreditation Experience of the Designated Subject Credential (DSC) Program at California State University, Long Beach
In adult education, this term is defined as the art and science of teaching children. The word teaching is emphasized. Pedagogy involves the purposeful creation of learning experiences. It is being associated with teacher-centered learning in which teachers are considered knowledge presenters and students are assumed to possess a submissive role of following their instructors.
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Afrocentric Thought in Adult Education
the art and science of teaching children.
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Pedagogy vs Andragogy Organizations
Pedagogy refers to the art and science of teaching children. The word “teaching” is emphasized because the role of an instructor is defined as that of a knowledge dictator. A knowledge dictator is supposed to lecture heavily and children are supposed to assume the role of following their instructors submissively. This kind of education is top-down. It is teacher-directed education and learning is subject-centered. Learners’ prior experience is of little importance. What counts in this kind of teaching/learning situations is the experience of the instructors. Although popular with the education and training of children, some mature children may prefer andragogy to pedagogy. For example, some high schoolers may be capable of teaching themselves once they are more experienced with a subject matter.
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Dispatches from the Graduate Classroom: Bringing Theory and Practice to E-Learning
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Andragogy or Pedagogy as a Means to Improve the Workforce?
Refers to the art and science of teaching children. The word “teaching” is emphasized because the role of an instructor is defined as that of a knowledge dictator. A knowledge dictator is supposed to lecture heavily and children are supposed to assume the role of following their instructors submissively. This kind of education is top-down. It is teacher-directed education and learning is subject-centered. Learners’ prior experience is of little importance. What counts in this kind of teaching/learning situations is the experience of the instructors. Although popular with the education and training of children, some mature children may prefer andragogy to pedagogy. For example, some high schoolers may be capable of teaching themselves once they are more experienced with a subject matter.
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Moving In-Frame: Creativity Through Reflection Within Digital Spaces
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Generation Alpha and Learning Ecosystems: Skill Competencies for the Next Generation
It refers to the manner or method in which a subject is taught.
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Teachers as First Responders: Executive Function Knowledge Improves Instruction
The instructional practices employed by a teacher that facilitate learning in a classroom
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Familismo and Nontraditional Educational Possibilities in Third Space
How we teach and establish and maintain relationships to students.
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Fostering Undergraduate Spiritual Development in a Competitive, Digital World
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The Impact of Multilingualism on Teaching and Learning: A Case of Sesotho Home Language in One University in South Africa
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Second Life: Simplifying and Enhancing the Processes of Teaching and Learning
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The Online Writing Program Administrator (OWPA): Maintaining a Brand in the Age of MOOCs
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Theorising the Politics of Knowledge Production in Curriculum in Zimbabwe: Indigenous Knowledge Systems for Transformative Classroom Practices
Is primarily about teaching and learning. It also involves content selection as well as the assumptions that inform the selection and choice of methods applied in a classroom context.
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Stepping into the Role of Professional Writer
The art, practice or profession of teaching; now especially concerning systematized learning, or instruction concerning principals and methods of teaching.
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Supporting Adjunct Faculty Through Responsive Professional Development
The art and science of instruction, particularly the instruction of students in the K-12 environment.
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The Truth We Can't Afford to Ignore: Popular Culture, Media Influence, and the Role of Public School
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Technology and Design for Inclusion: The Impact of Universal Design
The art and science of helping children learn ( Merriam, Caffarella, & Baumgartner, 2007 ).
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Digital Game Design Tutorial for Use in the Basic School: A Pedagogical Proposal
Science or field of knowledge that deals with studies about education. A set of methods that ensure the development of the individual as a whole.
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Harnessing the Tiger of Emerging E-Learning Platforms
It refers to instructional methods; this definition goes beyond the definition by Knowles (1970 , 1075) as “the art and science of teaching children.”
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Benefits and Disadvantages of Utilizing Gamified Learning in Higher Education: A Systematic Analysis
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.
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Leveraging Emerging Technologies for Quality Management Education
The method of learning and teaching; It includes the procedure followed by teachers to impart knowledge to students.
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Equity, Literacies, and Learning in Technology-Rich Makerspaces
Methods and practices that mentors, facilitators, or instructors implement in their teaching which may include instructional design or program design; involves the flexible use of learning materials, learning environments, and resources.
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The Robot Wrote My College Papers: Integrating Chatbots to Assist Higher Education
Instructional techniques and strategies that enable learning and provide opportunities for acquiring knowledge.
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Classroom Without Borders
This word is an uncountable noun, meaning the theory and method of teaching. As different fields develop, this word has taken on new meanings. For example, in the field of adult education, pedagogy means the art and science of teaching children. Others may just define the word as an activity involving the purposeful creation of learning experiences. In recent years, the word pedagogy refers to teaching children. Adult pedagogy means andragogy, which means the art and science of helping adults learn.
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Preparing and Training Higher Education Faculty to Ensure Quality Online Learning and Teaching
The praxis and methods, informed by theory, of teaching young learners.
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Inclusive Teaching and Learning: Starting in the Mind
The act of teaching used in class or in any other learning environment.
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Combating the “Gimme More” Mindset in Modern Classrooms: Citizenship Education vs. Entitlement
The methods of teaching, namely in terms of theoretical concepts, in the hopes of discovering and implementing a “best” practice in education.
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Framework to Navigate the Virtual Classroom Space
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject.
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Learning Management Technology and Preservice Teachers
Systematic theories of conceptual knowledge about teaching and learning.
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LGBTQ Students in Higher Education
The instructional methods faculty use to teach students.
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Learning to Teach Online: Negotiating Issues of Platform, Pedagogy, and Professional Development
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Technology, Curriculum, and Pedagogy in the Evaluation of an Online Content Program in Australasia
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Digital Pedagogies of Academic Librarians in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The use of diverse teaching methods and practices influenced by the context of social, political including psychological factors during the learning process.
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The Use of Emerging Technology Exploration Projects to Guide Instructional Innovation
The theory behind, methods that support, and practices related to teaching. A commonly used term in higher education settings (though andragogy, that focuses on adult learners, would often be more accurate).
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Enhancing Student Agency as a Driver of Inclusion in Online Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Learning Content
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Industrial Technology Pedagogy: Need for Human Relations Skills
The principles, practices, or profession of teaching children
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Videoconferencing for Schools in the Digital Age
The science or theory of teaching young people.
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Native or Novice?: An Exploratory Study of the Access to and Use of Digital Technologies among Pathway Students
The art and science of teaching, and not in its narrower sense of teaching the ‘young’. Its common usage is now sufficiently broad that there is no need to import the word ‘andragogy’, a term which has only limited currency in the mainstreams of higher education practice.
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Framing Pedagogy, Diminishing Technology: Teachers Experience of Online Learning Software
The science of teaching – literally teaching young children but used by association for all investigation of teaching knowledge. (Andragogy is probably the more correct term for the science of tertiary teaching.)
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Equitable Teaching Practices in Higher Education: Key Insights From the Literature
The process of teaching which is built upon the theory of learning.
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Understanding the Online Learner
A teacher-centered approach to instruction, often used in the teaching of children.
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Reflections on the Pedagogy of International Field Schools in Bali, Indonesia: The Transformative Impact of Textiles and Temples
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Advancing Active Learning with Adult Learners
The “… art and science of teaching or instruction” ( Knowles, 1980 , p. 43).
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A Discussion of Online Learning and Pedagogical Frameworks
The art, science or profession of teaching (Retrieved October 25, 2007 http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/pedagogy).
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The Integrated Readiness Matrix: A New Model for Integrating Pedagogy and Technology into Higher Education Faculty Development
(literally, “child-instruction”). The art and science of teaching; the related processes of teaching. The term generally refers to instructional strategies and learning styles considered as an integrated discipline.
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Counseling in an Andragogical Approach
The art and science of teaching children, and/or the uninitiated learner, in new subject matter with which they are unacquainted.
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IR4.0 Ready and Aware Academics at the National Defence University of Malaysia
The act of educating learners in order to promote change of behaviors.
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Instruction-Expanded Virtual Education Model: Shaping Cognitive Enrichment, Engagement, and Access
The means of activating a piece of curriculum; inclusive of the strategies and activities that are used to provide instruction.
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Examining the Possibilities: Gameful Learning as an Innovative Pedagogy for Teacher Preparation Programs
The study of what it means to be a teacher along with an exploration of the process of teaching.
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Whose Side Are We On?: A Call for Critical Solidarity With Participants in Education Research
When educators use this word, we mean the actions and relational ways that teachers interact with students. This is not the same as curriculum, which is the what in teaching. This is the how in teaching. The day-to-day ways we interact with children with the effect of facilitating learning. Pedagogy is sometimes used for adults, even though a more correct word would be andragogy.
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Decolonizing the African University Pedagogy Through Integrating African Indigenous Knowledge and Information Systems
Approach to teaching or the theory and practice of learning, and how this process influences, and is influenced by the social, political, and psychological development of learners.
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Transdisciplinary Approach to Linguistic Diversity: Can We Co-Exist Without “One English”?
Refers to the art of teaching. It includes the methods of teaching, teaching approaches, and techniques.
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Capacity-Building in Rural Communities Through University-School Partnerships
The theory and practice of learning and how both are influenced by interactions among teachers, students, and their learning environments.
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Children's Literature as Pedagogy: Learning Literacy Through Identity in Meaningful Communities of Practice
Everything we say, do and experience as we participate and reify our teaching and learning experiences.
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Professional Development for Technology Integration into Differentiated Math Instruction
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.
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Innovating Teaching Pedagogy Through Teacher-Learner Partnership: The Case of Research Methods
The method and practice of teaching, which usually refers to the way teachers deliver the content of the curriculum to a class.
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Facilitating Student Empowerment and Agency Through the “Scaffolded Autonomy” Approach to Curriculum Design
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Understanding Modern Learners, Technology, and Medical Education
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.
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Knowledge-Based E-Learning in Virtual Enterprises
Systematized learning or instruction concerning principles and methods of teaching.
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Adult Learning in the Workplace: Critical Application and New Mediums
The implementation of learning methodologies intended for children.
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Students of Color and Anecdotal Pedagogy: A Success Story
A method of teaching that facilitates critically understanding and processing a theoretical concept or an academic subject.
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Leading Adult Learning in Organizations
The art and science of helping children to learn.
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Exploring Challenges of Online STEM Education Pedagogy and Practice in the MENA Region: Literature Review
This refers to the theory and practice of teaching. It combines learning theories, teaching approaches and strategies.
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Powerpoint vs. Recorded Lectures: An African American Perspective on Online Education
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Academic Service-Learning as a Pedagogical Tool and Strategy: Promoting Critical Thinking among Pre-Service Teachers
Pedagogy is defines as the function and/or work of a teacher, it is the art and science of teaching, and often refers to instructional methods.
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Future Opportunities for Personalized Online Global Learning
Pedagogy refers to the approach to teaching the theory and practice of learning, and how this process influences, and is influenced by, the social, political and psychological development of learners.
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The Effectiveness of Gamification on Student Engagement, Learning Outcomes, and Learning Experiences
This term refers to a systematic instruction method employed by an instructor to convey core subject matters to students.
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An Indigenous Early Childhood Pedagogy
Pedagogy is the beliefs we have about teaching and learning and governs our actions and practice in the classroom.
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Fighting Through COVID-19 for Educational Continuity: Challenges to Teachers
Methods of structured teaching that involve teachers, students, learning content, resources, and curricular aims.
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Andragogy and Technology
Study of teaching methods, including the aims of education and the ways in which such goals may be achieved. The field relies heavily on educational psychology, or theories about the way in which learning takes place.. pedagogy (2006). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved June 15, 2006, from Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service. URL: http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?tocId=9108621
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Google Docs Motivates Creative Inspiration and Constructive Interaction
The practice and methodology of teaching applied to a theoretical concept or academic subject.
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Audience, User, Producer: MOOCs as Activity Systems
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Training Instructors to Teach Multimodal Composition in Online Courses
The practice of teaching informed by the theory and scholarship of education.
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Play Work and Play Therapy
The prescribe process, method and practice of teaching in any level of education.
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From Distance Education to Open and Distance Learning: A Holistic Evaluation of History, Definitions, and Theories
The term is derived from the Greek words “paidos,” meaning “child” and “agogus” meaning “to lead”; which combined gives us ‘to lead the child, and it refers to a theory of education for young learners.
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A Scale of Affective Satisfaction in Online Learning Communities
The science of instructional curriculum methods by instructors.
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What Can College Teachers Learn From Students' Experiential Narratives in Hybrid Courses?: A Text Mining Method of Longitudinal Data
This term refers to a systematic instruction method that is often employed by an instructor to deliver core subject matters and contents to students.
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Digital Education During COVID-19 in Odisha: Challenges and Prospects
Science of teaching that includes teaching method, materials, and practices.
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Developing Pedagogical Skills for Teachers: A Learner-Centered Approach for Technology Supported Instructions
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Environmental Sciences and Distance Education
The strategies, techniques, and approaches that teachers can use to facilitate learning.
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MOOCs and the Challenges They Pose to Higher Education
The word comes from the Greek pa?da????? ( paidagogeo AU102: Anchored Object 1 ), in which pa?? ( país , genitive pa?d??, paidos ) means “child” and ??? ( ágo ) means “lead”; literally translated “to lead the child.” The art, science, or profession of teaching, especially children.
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Distance Learning and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Theory of teaching and learning, originally referring to the learning of children but usually generalized for all academic learning.
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Innovations in Mobile Photography for Digital-Age Teachers and Learners
The process of conceptualizing, planning, and executing the acts of teaching and learning.
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Self-Directed Learning in Organizations and Institutes of Higher Learning: Implications on Technology, Practice, and Organizational Culture
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Foundations of Adult Education, Learning Characteristics, and Instructional Strategies
Accepted as a science of teaching, the teacher assumes the position of an authoritative knower and the relationship between the teacher and the student becomes hierarchical.
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Achieving Praxis for TESOL Educators: A Reflective Self-Checklist to Support Culturally Sustaining Practices
A teaching philosophy that provides a framework for educators to follow, dictating their approaches to best teaching practices.
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Teacher Preparation Programs and Learner-Centered, Technology-Integrated Instruction
A term used to encompass a set of beliefs that guide the actual function of the process of teaching; pedagogy guides what the behaviors of teachers as they implementing their craft to guide student learning.
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Pedagogical Teaching or Andragogical Teaching via MOOCs?
The word comes from the Greek pa?da????? ( paidagogeo ); in which pa?? ( país , genitive pa?d??, paidos ) means “child” and ??? ( ágo ) means “lead”; literally translated “to lead the child”. The art, science, or profession of teaching; especially children.
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Teaching Methodology in Higher Education
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Stump: A Model for the Adoption, Implementation, and Use of M-Learning or E-Learning Platform
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Adopting Critical Culturally Responsive Online Pedagogy at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
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Integrating ‘Designerly’ Ways with Engineering Science: A Catalyst for Change within Product Design and Development
Refers to strategies of teaching or principles and methods of instruction, sometimes referred to as ‘the art of teaching’. It is effectively an array of teaching strategies that support the learning experience, through a well considered approach to curriculum development that empowers the teacher, student and learning experience. In this chapter, pedagogy is used as a broad descriptive term when describing the teaching strategies and curricula of the product design engineering paradigm.
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Learning in Organizations: Pedagogy, Andragogy, and Technology
Pedagogy refers to the art and science of teaching children. The word “teaching” is emphasized because the role of an instructor is defined as that of a knowledge dictator. A knowledge dictator is supposed to lecture heavily, and children are supposed to assume the role of following their instructors submissively. This kind of education is top-down. It is teacher-directed education and learning is subject-centered. Learners’ prior experience is of little importance. What counts in this kind of teaching/learning situation is the experience of the instructors. Although popular with the education and training of children, some mature children may prefer andragogy to pedagogy. For example, some high schoolers may be capable of teaching themselves once they are more experienced with a subject matter.
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Computer Assisted/Aided Language Learning
The activities and theory of education, instructing, or teaching.
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Andragogy and Pedagogy in Learning Theories
The art and science of teaching children. The word “teaching” is emphasized because the role of an instructor is defined as that of a knowledge dictator. A knowledge dictator is supposed to lecture heavily and children are supposed to assume the role of following their instructors submissively.
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The Pivotal Role of Faculty in Online Student Engagement and Retention
The theory and practice of teaching; what teachers do, based upon what they believe, when implementing their craft and assist student learning.
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Transforming Assessment in Response to COVID-19
Pedagogy refers to the science of teaching, methodology and practice of an academic subject or theoretical concept and, how the educator’s teaching beliefs and, concerns the interplay between culture and different ways to learn.
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Conclusion: Creating Better Teaching and Learning Environments by Focusing on Teaching and Learning
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.
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Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Suggestive Pedagogical Framework
Teaching methodology and practice, especially as a subject or theoretical concept in academic institutions.
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What Is Cheating?: Definitions by International Pre-University Pathway Students
The art and science of teaching, and not in its narrower sense of teaching the ‘young’. Its common usage is now sufficiently broad that there is no need to import the word ‘andragogy,’ a term which has only limited currency in the mainstreams of HE practice.
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Exploring Science Fictional Futures With Secondary Students: Practicing Critical Literacy
The approach educators take to the design and implementation of teaching tools, informed by an underlying philosophy regarding the nature of learning and effective approaches to teaching.
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Revealing New Hidden Curriculum and Pedagogy of Digital Games
Pedagogy is the study and theory of the methods and principles of teaching. Pedagogy is the art or science of being a teacher, generally refers to strategies of instruction, or a style of instruction
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The LAFEC Experience for Language Skills Acquisition
Principles and methods to support education and learning.
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Designing an Adult Entrepreneurial Competency Learning Strategy: An Autoethnography
The method and science of teaching. Pedagogy comprises theories and models to explain how education is taught in classrooms.
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A Model for Motivation-Driven Assignment Design
The study surrounding the profession of teaching including the study and development of teaching methods, modes of delivery, assessment methods and the underlying theories, and practices surrounding teaching.
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A Collaborative Approach for Online Dementia Care Training
The profession, art, science, theory, principles, or methods of education, instruction, and teaching.
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The Role of Learning Objects in Distance Learning
The strategies, techniques, and approaches that teachers can use to facilitate learning.
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Digital Game Addiction and Children
The method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.
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5 Phases of Educational Robotics (5PER): The Scientific Method Applied to Educational Robotics
it is a social science that studies the methods and techniques applied to teaching.
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Mobile Literacies: Learning in the Mobile Age
Models of teaching and learning model that scaffolds the learning experience for learners as they engage with the content and modality via their mobile devices.
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Effectiveness of TILT Across Online Learning Platforms
It is s the theory and practice of learning, and how this process impacts, and is affected by, the social, political and psychological development of learners.
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Learning and Teaching with CMC in the U.S. Higher Education Arena
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Post-COVID-19 Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities for E-Learning
The act of educating others is a common definition of pedagogy. Teachers' actions, assessments, and methods of instruction are shaped by the pedagogy they employ, which considers individual student needs and backgrounds as well as theories of learning.
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Factors Influencing Virtual Learning System Usage in Higher Education
A discipline that deals with the theory and practice of education. Examples of pedagogy include the use of simulation, case study, assignment, modelling, video, role play, tutorial, lecture, project, power point, quiz, and so on.
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Strategically Preparing the Next Generation for Leading in a World of Social Change
The facilitation of learning experiences in an intentionally designed class or program that support development of student participants. Practical applications consider both content and process ( Meixner & Rosch, 2011 ).
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Academic Integrity and International Students: Culture, Challenges, and Learning Habits
The art and science of teaching, and not in its narrower sense of teaching the ‘young’. Its common usage is now sufficiently broad that there is no need to import the word ‘andragogy’, a term which has only limited currency in the mainstreams of HE practice.
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Blended Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities
In an academic course, the method and techniques a teacher follows for ensuring students’ learning is pedagogy.
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Relevance of the Use of Instructional Materials in Teaching and Pedagogical Delivery: An Overview
It refers to the principles, practice and profession of teaching. It can also be regarded as the art or science of teaching, education and instructional methods.
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English Teaching and Andragogy in Transitioning Students from Secondary to Higher Education in China
The theory and practice of teaching, comes from the Greek word for boy or child— paidos , and agogos , meaning leader. The process of the leader guiding children to knowledge is synonymous with pedagogy ( Knowles, 1970 ).
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Future Opportunities for Using Gamification in Management Education
Teaching methods and approaches of transferring knowledge, information, and contents required to be comprehended by using verbal, pictorial, numerical, technological media. Games and Gamification are given importance due to their ability to communicate effectively and transfer knowledge and thoughts.
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Pedagogy as a Fundamental Part of School Furniture Design
The art or science of teaching; education; instructional methods.
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Learning and Teaching with CMC in the U.S. Higher Education Arena
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Robots in Education
The art (or science) of being a teacher but commonly referred to as the technique used in instruction.
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Designing Caring and Inclusive Online Classroom Environments for Non-Traditional Learners: A Case Study Exploring the Andragogical Teaching and Learning Model
Pedagogy is derived from paidagogos , a Greek word meaning teacher of children. Pedagogy is the art (and science) of teaching. It includes teacher-centered strategies and methods to impart education to children.
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Adult Learning Theories and Principles
The method or practice of teaching, based on research or theory, used with children.
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Crisis Management for School Leaders: The Role of a Resilient School Climate
The instructional knowledge of an educator put into practice in the classroom for the benefit and educational achievement of students.
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“But We've Got No Power”: The Leadership Role of the Program Director
There is no general agreement on a single definition of ‘pedagogy’ in literature. The term is being used here to refer an educators understanding and beliefs about curriculum design and the teaching and learning process which underlie their teaching activities.
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Silent Observation
It provide guidelines to be followed to deliver learning instructions to learners.
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Writing as Pedagogy
The theory of how to teach in specific contexts.
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Australasian Language Learners and Italian Web Sites: A Profitable Learning Partnership?
Application of established educational principles to the design and support of learning activities for any specific purpose.
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Perceptions of Teacher Education Candidates to Digital and Learning Technologies
The art or science of teaching. Pedagogy also addresses the instructional design and methods of a teaching environment.
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Generalizable Models for Online Professional Learning Communities for America's K-12 Teachers
The study of how knowledge and skills are imparted in an educational context, and it considers the interactions that take place during learning.
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Games and Gamification in Sustainability Learning: A Peer-Based Approach for Thai Design Education
The approach to teaching, focusing on how the process influences and is influenced by the social, political, and psychological development of learners.
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Transformation of Higher Education in China: A Teaching Methods Perspective
Term originally used to mean educating or leading children. Sometimes used to mean method and practice of teaching. Pedagogy tends towards teacher-centered approaches in which the learner is mostly passive and directed by the teacher.
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Ensuring Quality in Technology-Focused Professional Development
The art or science of teaching—to include philosophical or theoretical underpinnings and their associated instructional strategies.
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Systems Model of Educational Processes
The work of a teacher; the art and science of teaching; instructional methods and strategies.
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