25 articles, 41 authors, 172 pages,     ACCEPTANCE RATE 25%

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Fall 2012     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 16, Issue 3

Table of Contents
Editorial  /  3-5
	Academic Exchange Quarterly is in its sixteenth year….. 

Effective Use of Teams in the Classroom  /  6
 	Carol A. Wheeler, Our Lady of the Lake University
	Nancy Simpson, Texas A&M University 
	Mark Green, Our Lady of the Lake University 
Educators’ Experiences Teaching Leadership  /  12
	Heath E. Harding, University of Illinois at Urbana
	Gina S. Matkin, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, NE
Teacher Candidate Age at School Entry  /  20
	Scott Robinson, UH Manoa, HI
Transforming Students through Service Abroad  /  26
	Rebecca H. Pisano, Towson University, MD
A Process for Student Focused Course Improvement  /  32
	Gertrude P. Pannirselvam, Southern Illinois University 
Discipline and Gender in Women’s Studies Classes  /  38
	Harold E. Dorton, Jr., Spring Hill College
	Susan Larkin, Virginia Wesleyan College
Conversation Partner Project in a TESL Program  /  44
	Hongli Fan,  SUNY, College at Cortland
Kanji learning among young JSL students in Japan  /  51
	Yuko Goto Butler, University of Pennsylvania
A Dialogic Process for Exploring Societal Issues  /  59
	Denise McDonald, University of Houston 
Continuing the Conversation with Social Media  /  66
	Hans P. Kellogg, Ball State University, IN
	Darolyn E. Jones, Ball State University, IN
	James W. Jones, Ball State University, IN
	Scotty A. Kollwitz, Ball State University, IN
Why it’s Time to Teach Voseo and How to Start  /  72
	Robert D. Cameron, College of Charleston
Student Profile and Student-Instructor Interactions  /  78
	Catherine D. Santanello,  Southern Illinois University 
	Gertrude P. Pannirselvam,  Southern Illinois University
Motivation, Expectations, and Classroom Climate  /  84
	Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University
	Paul B. Brown, Ball State University
Revelations of Motivation in a Mathematics Class  /  90
	Laura Schmidt, University of Wisconsin-Stout, WI
Does Pretest Assessment Predict Student Success?   /  96
	Felix U. Kamuche, Morehouse College, GA
Creative Problem Solving in Technical Writing   /  102
	Yuejiao Zhang, University of Texas-Arlington
Learning Styles in a College Japanese Class  /  107
	Masako Hamada, Villanova University
Engaging Students: Strategies for Digital Natives  /  116
	Katherine J. Janzen, Mount Royal University
	Beth Perry, Athabasca University
	Margaret Edwards, Athabasca University
Online Opportunities for Business Courses  /  124
	Mikelle Calhoun, Georgia Southern University, GA
	Britton McKay, Georgia Southern University, GA
Walk with Me: A Qualitative Research Journey  /  130
	Sharon L. Moore, Athabasca University, Alberta Canada
	Katherine J. Janzen, Mount Royal University, Calgary
Importance of Authenticity to College Students  /  140
	Lynn Kelting-Gibson, Montana State University
	Marilyn Lockhart, Montana State University
Sport, Dialogue, and Socially Divisive Issues  /  146
	Karen L. Hartman, California State University, Stanislaus
L1 interference in EFL: Present Tense and Aspect  /  152
	Marilyn Pasqua, University of Calabria, Italy
The Dissertation Literature Review at a Distance  /  158
	Jacqueline Courtney Klentzin, Robert Morris University, PA
Comparing Two Frameworks of Student Engagement  /  164
	Richard S. Mosholder, Kennesaw State University, GA
	Anton O. Tolman, Utah Valley University, UT		

KEYWORD  Subject/Topic  Index  /  171-172

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