Category: <span>Article Review</span>

Digging Into Learner-Centered

Examining How Learner-Centered Professional Development Influences Teachers’ Espoused and Enacted Practices Polly & Hannafin write extremely well. There are select items I particularly like about this article: the layout is clear, the type setting is much better than most I’ve seen. Of course this could be due to the Journal ٩◔‿◔۶

Inside Outside: Article Review on “No Significant Difference in Service Learning Online”

Since this was submitted inside of Blackboard you would not be able to see it. (Read below) I’m going to add my own extra commentary because in addition to a review of the article, I wanted to add reflection and commentary on what parts of the document might benefit an ٩◔‿◔۶

Learner Centered Assessment

First posted 6/22 This post to serve as article review number one for Online Pedagogy. In the Use of Learner-Centered Assessment in US Colleges and Universities, Webb describes a utopia where instructors have given (through learner-centered assessment) “ a mechanism for prompt feedback to students, fosters collaboration with peers and faculty; and results in increased ٩◔‿◔۶

Each One Teach One

This post to serve as article review number four for Online Pedagogy. In reading New Learning Environments for the 21st Century Exploring the Edge by John Seely Brown I came across formal methods for having students teach each other in a controlled environment. I found it so interesting I tracked ٩◔‿◔۶