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4 strategies to prevent academic dishonesty

by Margaret Gaylord
Master’s Student, University of Florida

Academic dishonesty has reached epidemic proportions, starting as early as middle school.  Cheating is a complicated problem, not just explained away by a lazy student. 827 more words

Mass Communication Teaching (MMC 6930)

9 principles of Universal Design assist in designing more effective instruction for students with learning disabilities

by Amanda Kastrinos
Master’s student, University of Florida

The goal of any successful instructor is to teach the course in a way all students will understand. 1,124 more words

Mass Communication Teaching (MMC 6930)

More research is needed to back up learning styles theories

by Cindy Spence
Master’s student, University of Florida

Intuitively, learning styles theory makes sense. Many of us have an orientation toward a certain kind of stimulus: visual, aural, kinesthetic. 1,270 more words

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Culturally responsive teaching – A perspective for improving student learning

by Kendra Auguste
Ph.D.  student, University of Florida

Culturally diverse students face additional challenges associated with adjusting to an unfamiliar or predominately white culture. As a result, educational attainment at the collegiate level remains an issue for minority students. 556 more words

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Group project strategies contribute to learning potential for college students

by Daniel Pimentel
Ph.D student, University of Florida

The Parable of Stones: Communicating the Benefits of Group Projects

Often considered the holy grail of technology companies, Apple Inc. 1,321 more words

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