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  • A digital pedagogy pivot: re-thinking higher education practice from an HRD perspective

    Anderson, Valerie (2020-06-03)
    This paper has a provocative purpose. From both HRD and academic practice perspectives, it considers the digital pedagogy pivot made necessary by the Covid-19 pandemic. Universities have traditionally resisted substantial change in learning and teaching processes. This paper addresses the challenge they face of achieving the equivalent of a ten-year digital learning strategy in mere months. From a position that HE pedagogy constitutes a site of HRD practice, the paper considers the characteristics of a meaningful, digitally enabled pedagogy in Higher Education (HE) and their alignment with established HRD theories and concepts. It considers the pedagogic opportunities arising from the ‘digital pivot’ and the HRD processes appropriate to facilitate game changing approaches to academic practice in Higher Education. The paper advances debate about the relationship between HRD and HE academic practice and contributes proposals for HRD processes to support rapid pedagogic change. It further contributes an original categorization of the way in which HRD concepts and theories are aligned with principles of HE pedagogy and a digital pedagogy pivot model.
  • Stefano Harney: in Conversation with the co-author of The Undercommons’ with Michael Schapira and Jesse Montgomery

    SCHAPIRA, Michael; MONTGOMERY, Jesse Montgomery; HARNEY, Stephen Matthias (Institutional Knowledge at Singapore Management University, 2017-05-01)
    ‘In Conversation with the Co-author of The Undercommons’ with Michael Schapira and Jesse Montgomery, Full-Stop Quarterly, May 2017 http://www.full-stop.net/quarterly/
  • The role of self-esteem in the development and self-development of a student’s personality

    Kormakova, V. N.; Lomakina, E. A. (2020-06-23)
    This article uses the concept of self-esteem and its impact on the development of a student's personality. The analysis of the views of some domestic and foreign scientists in this field of scientific knowledge is given. The ways of organizing the evaluative activity of the teacher are indicated
  • Addressing Student Precarities in Higher Education: Our Responsibility as Teachers and Scholars

    LaBelle, Sara (Chapman University Digital Commons, 2020-03-11)
    "[T]his essay will focus on how we, as scholars of communication and instruction, can address, mitigate, and even illuminate these issues of precarity in our pedagogy, our scholarship, and our professional lives. This argument is centered on three key premises: (1) it is the responsibility of instructors to care about student precarities, (2) as instructional scholars and experts in communication, we are well prepared to mitigate these precarities in our course structure and pedagogy, as well as (3) in the scholarship we produce and prioritize on teaching and learning."
  • Pengaruh Model Pembelajaran Problem Based Learning dalam Pembelajaran Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan terhadap Kemampuan Berpikir Kritis Mahasiswa

    Taty Rosiana Koroh; Petrus Ly (LPPM Universitas Pendidikan Mandalika, 2020-03-01)
    This study aims to determine the implementation of model learning problem based learning in citizenship education of national integrity material to students critical thinking ability. This research uses a quantitative approach. Sample determination using random sampling clusters. This study was imposed on students of the second semester of primary school teacher Education Program, Nusa Cendana University. The selected sample is Class II A as an experimental class of 24 students and class II B as a control class as many as 25 students. The instrument used in the form of observation guidelines and a test is about the description to measure the student's critical thinking ability. Data obtained in the form of pretests and posttest values. The Data was analyzed using SPSS 16.0 to see test normality and test homogeneity as prerequisite test then continued with Test T. Results obtained from the test of normality (Kolmogorov-Smirnov test) is the value of Sig 0138 (> 0.05) which shows the sample data derived from the population of normal and homogeneity test (test Levene) is 0322 (> 0.05) which shows the value of Posttest uniform and the significance value of T-Test 0.000 (< 0.05 Learning problem based learning on the ability of critical thinking.

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