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Journal of Curriculum and Teaching

2015 Volume 4, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Active Learning Improves Student Performance in a Respiratory Physiology Lab

    Alex M. Wolf, Carlos Liachovitzky & Abass S. Abdullahi

    This study assessed the effectiveness of the introduction of active learning exercises into the anatomy and physiology curriculum in a community college setting. Specifically, the incorporation of ... More

    pp. 19-29

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  2. The Effect of Visual Cueing and Control Design on Children's Reading Achievement of Audio E-Books with Tablet Computers

    Pei-Yu Wang & Chung-Kai Huang

    This study aims to explore the impact of learner grade, visual cueing, and control design on children's reading achievement of audio e-books with tablet computers. This research was a three-way... More

    pp. 96-107

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  3. The Educational Use of Social Media Sites by Pharmacy Students

    Erin L. St. Onge & Katie Hoehn

    Social media sites are widely used among professional students and may offer an alternative means of communication for professors to utilize within their courses. Social media site usage has been... More

    pp. 114-121

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