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Spring 2013     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 17, Issue 1

   o3 PROFESSORS,    o8 ASSOC PROF,    o8 ASST PROF,    o4 INSTR,    o6 GRAD STU,    07 OTHER

 Table of Contents

   -   Academic Accuracy 2.0: Ensuring Quality in the Internet Era  / 3
   -   Second Language Acquisition and Pedagogy  / 8
   -   Enhancing Student Academic Success  / 10

Achievement and the Myth of the Helicopter Mom  / 11
	Christina Cipriano Crowe, Northeastern University, MA
An Epidemic Simulation in a Public Policy Course  / 17
	Jacki Fitzpatrick, Texas Tech University, TX
	Erin Kostina-Ritchey, Texas Tech University, TX
Undocumented Students, Amnesty, US Healthcare  / 24
	Mabel Lewis-Rose, LaGuardia Community College, NY
Academic Leadership: Five Conversations  / 29
	Richard F. Bowman, Winona State University, MN
Academic Service-Learning: On and off campus   / 35
	Justin P. White, Florida Atlantic University, FL
	Mauricio J. Almonte, Florida Atlantic University, FL
A Course to Enhance Motivation and Strategy Use  / 43
	Colleen J. Sullivan, Worcester State University, MA
	Linda Baker, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD
Lexical Preference and the Spanish Subjunctive  / 49 table/chart/figure-1   table/chart/figure-2  
	Robert D. Cameron, College of Charleston, SC
Examining Online Debate and Discussion   / 55
	Penny Pennington Weeks,  Oklahoma State University
Dealing with the Label: I Am/Am Not a Feminist  / 60
	Michelle Napierski-Prancl,  Russell Sage College,  NY
Developing Collaborative Teachers  / 64
	Rebecca Fawns-Justeson, California State University, Chico
The Teacher Oral Language Observation Matrix  / 71 table/chart/figure  
	Lynn Melby Gordon, California State University, Northridge
	Tae Chang, California State University, Northridge 
	Shartriya Collier, California State University, Northridge
	Steve Holle, California State University, Northridge
Language Economy as Evidence of Learner Autonomy  / 79
	Jonathan R. White, Dalarna University, Sweden
Cultural Effects on the Role of Need Fulfillment  /  85
	Hyunjin Jinny Kim, SungKyunKwan University, South Korea
	Hyunjin Kim, Seoul Cyber University, South Korea 
Action Research: Bridging Theory and Practice  / 95
  	Nicole Mills, Harvard University, MA
Critical Multiculturalism for Immigrants of Color  / 101
	Gilbert C. Park, Ball State University, IN
Diversity and Teacher Preparation: New Directions  / 107
	Kevin Krahenbuhl, Dakota State University, SD
Perceptions of Learning versus Teaching Styles  / 112
	Kamden K. Strunk, Oklahoma State University
	Diane M. Montgomery, Oklahoma State University
Language learning and university studies  / 122
	Marsha Bensoussan, University of Haifa, Israel
The European Survey on Language Competences  / 127
	Neil Jones, University of Cambridge, UK
	Karen Ashton, Massey University, New Zealand
Epistemology and Motivation in Online Discussion  / 133
	Loranel M. Graham,  Our Lady of the Lake University, TX
Teaching Strategies and Value for STEM Courses  / 139
	Virginia Gravina, Oklahoma State University
	Christopher S. Beswick, Oklahoma State University
	Kamden K. Strunk, Oklahoma State University
Mediating Feedback in an Online Writing Tutorial  / 145
	Melinda Martin-Beltrán, University of Maryland, MD
	Pei-Jie Chen, University of Maryland, MD
Digital storytelling for ESP in Higher Education  / 151
	Belén Serra-Cámara, Universitat Politècnica de València
	Ana Sevilla-Pavón, Universitat Politècnica de València,

KEYWORD Subject/Topic Index  /  157-158

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