32 articles, 60 authors, 192 pages

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Summer 2010     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 14, Issue 2

Table of Contents
Summer 2010 Editors' Choice Full-text articles or abstracts available free to all 24 / 7
Editorials:
	- Teaching Leadership  /  4 
	- The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  /  5

The Effect of Clickers on Student Learning  /  7
	Kimo Ah Yun, California State University, Sacramento 
	Maureen Lojo, California State University, Sacramento
Teaching Ethics and Leadership Theory  /  12
	Steve Harrist, Oklahoma State University
	Julie Koch, Oklahoma State University
Design-based learning for leadership  /  17
	Jules L. Bruck,  University of Delaware
	Anthony Middlebrooks,  University of Delaware
Student motives for social media in the classroom  /  23
	Tim Brown, University of Central Florida
A Promising Pedagogy: Linking Learning and Caring  /  29
	Cherie A. McCollough, Texas A&M University Ė Corpus Christi, TX
Building Community Through Co-Authorship   /  35
	Tara B. Perry, Western Washington University
	Anna Eblen, Western Washington University
	Brian Launius, Western Washington University
	Hayley Peterson, Western Washington University
Roles of Learning Skills Self-Awareness Accuracy  /  43
	YoonJung Cho, Oklahoma State University
	Claire Ellen Weinstein, University of Texas at Austin
The Error of State Mandated High School Exams  /  50
	Christopher H. Tienken, Seton Hall University, NJ
	Olivia Rodriguez, Rahway High School, NJ
Thinking Outside the Latin Textbook  /  56
	Valentina DeNardis, Villanova University, PA
Workplace Mentoring and Multicultural Training   /  61
	Valerie McGaha-Garnett, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa OK
	Maura Pollak, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa OK
	Sherri Greene, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa OK
	Lauren Deere, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa OK
	Sherryl White, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa OK
Using Service-Learning to Teach Health Coaching   /  66
	Lisa Sheehan-Smith, Middle Tennessee State University
	Thomas M. Brinthaupt, Middle Tennessee State University
Cooperative Learning in Mathematics  /  72
	Hosin Shirvani, University of Texas-Pan American
Teaching with Technology: Faculty Experiences  /  77
	Lorraine D. Jackson,  California Polytechnic State University
	Jennie M. Hwang,  California Polytechnic State University
Cultural Perspectives on Reading Motivation   /  82
	Qiuying Wang, Oklahoma State University, OK
Costing Models for Distance Education Programs   /  87
	Marwin Britto, Central Washington University, WA
Identifying Constructs in Leadership Development  /  93
	Lawrence J. Van De Valk, Cornell University, NY
	William M. Trochim, Cornell University, NY
Measuring Shifts in Student Leadership Beliefs  /  100
	Paul S. Szwed, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, CT
	Laurel R. Goulet, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, CT
	Jason M. Siniscalchi, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, CT
ePortfolios in Educational Leadership Programs  /  106
	Minaz Fazal, New York Institute of Technology, NY
	Janet R. DeSimone, Lehman College of the City University of NY
Green Learning: An Action Research Project  /  113
	Nicole M. Alfano, Buffalo State College, NY
	Lynette Towns, Buffalo State College, NY
	Kimberly A. Kline, Buffalo State College, NY
	Tracy Kelly, Buffalo State College, NY
The Three-Tís Framework for Leadership Education  /  119
	Jeffrey Zacko-Smith, State University of New York College at Buffalo
Online Multiple-Choice Quizzes in the Humanities  /  124
	Pamela Bedore, University of Connecticut
Teaching Homo Economicus  /  130
	Tom Roach, Bryant University
	Michelle Stewart, SUNY Purchase
Using Leadership Pedagogy to Teach Social Justice  /  136
	Kathy L. Guthrie, Florida State University
Affective Factors of Student Vulnerability   /  141
	Vickie L. Harvey, California State University, Stanislaus
	Dawn L. Strongin, California State University, Stanislaus
The Hours Ė A Film to Enhance Teaching Psychology  /  147
	Christina J. Taylor, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
How Field Experiences Prepare Future Teachers  /  152
	Eunjoo Jung, Syracuse University, NY
Evidence Based Behavioral Objectives   /  159
	Jessica A. Rueter, Sam Houston State University
	John Nathan Trice, University of Central Arkansas
Disposition, Study Habits, and Achievement  /  164
	Ronald L. Skidmore, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY
	Lola Aagaard, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY
Goal Attainment, Retention and Peer Mentoring  /  170
	Elijah G. Ward, Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL
	Earl E. Thomas, Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL
	William B. Disch, University of Connecticut, West Hartford, 
Using Life Stories for Leadership Development  /  177
	Barry Boyd, Texas A&M University
	Jennifer Williams, Texas A&M University
Letís Go to the Movies: Leadership in the Field  /  181
	K. Jill Rucker, Oklahoma State University
	Jennifer Williams, Texas A&M University
Evidence-Based Strategies: Definition to Practice  /  186
	Tammy L. Stephens, Texas Womanís University

KEYWORD Subject/Topic Index  /  191-192
  
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