25 articles, 42 authors, 162 pages,     ACCEPTANCE RATE 25%

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Summer 2012     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 16, Issue 2

Table of Contents
Editorial:  Effective communication skills are essential   /  4

Technology in the Basic Course: what we use  /  6
	Chris Gurrie, The University of Tampa
Student-Generated Feedback and Video   /  13
	Luke LeFebvre, College of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV
	Leah LeFebvre, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
Use and Perceived Value of Class Forums  /  19
	Nitin Aggarwal, San Jose State University
	Leslie J. Albert, San Jose State University
Chasing Excellence: Online Communication Courses  /  25
	Mary Z. Ashlock, University of Louisville, KY
Children in Action: A Hands-On Psychology Lesson  /  30
	Lawrence M. Preiser,  York College of The City University of New York
Homework and Academic Achievement Empirical Study  /  37
	Felix U. Kamuche, Morehouse College, GA
Impact of Communication on First Year Teachers  /  43
	Debra Lynn Patterson,  California State University Fullerton
Educational Twinning Across Continents  /  49
	Yehuda Peled, Western Galilee Academic College, Israel
	Carol Lloyd Rozansky,  Columbia College Chicago
Distance Learning Designed for the U.S. Air Force  /  55
	Lauren Mackenzie, Air Force Culture & Language Center (AFCLC)
	Megan Wallace, AFCLC
Self-Determination Skills Equal Empowerment  /  61
	Tracy Harrison, Sam Houston State University, TX 
	Cynthia G. Simpson, Sam Houston State University, TX 
               		CURRENT AFFILIATION Cynthia Simpson, Ph.D.
               		Dean, School of Education
               		Houston Baptist University 
	Jeffrey P. Bakken, Illinois State University, IL 
		CURRENT AFFILIATION  Jeffrey P. Bakken, Ph.D.
		Dean of the Graduate School and Sponsored Research
		Bradley University, IL
Enhancing Communication Skill in Diverse Learners  /  68
	Andrea Morgan-Eason, LaGuardia Community College, NY
Working with Adolescents More Productively  /  74
	Elizabeth Wadlington, Southeastern Louisiana University
	Fabian Elizondo, Birkman International, Inc.
	Patrick Wadlington, Birkman International, Inc.
Creating Engaged Learning in Higher Education  /  80
	Maria S. Pharr, Pitt Community College, NC
	Katrina R. Arnold, Pitt Community College, NC
	T. Greg Prince, East Carolina University, NC
	Catrina Davis, East Carolina University, NC
	Levy Brown, Jr., Lenoir Community College, NC
	Cheryl McFadden, East Carolina University, NC
	Cathy Maahs-Fladung, Utah State University, UT
Leadership on Committees in Higher Education  /  86
	Marilyn Koeller , National University, CA
Highlighting in Language Teacher Education  /  92
 	Tamara Warhol, University of Mississippi
Racism: A Difficult Dialogue   /  98
	Paul G. Wright, California State University, Monterey Bay
A Brief History and Overview of Google in China  /  105
	Marwin Britto, Lone Star College System, Houston, Texas
Elevating Emotions in the Classroom  /  111
	Daniel F. Shapiro, California State University, Monterey Bay
The Singular Project of Reading and Writing   / 119
	Rob Baum, University of Cape Town, South Africa
	Dorothy Spiller, Waikato University, New Zealand
Promoting Self-Regulated Learning in Tertiary SLA  /  126
	Fabrizia Del Vecchio, Università della Calabria, Italy
Koreans’ Perceptions of Philippine English Accent  /  132
	Maria Corazon A. Castro, University of the Philippines Diliman
	Teri Rose Dominica G. Roh, University of the Philippines Diliman
Legitimacy and Decisions to Discuss Grades  /  138
	Courtney N. Wright, University of Tennessee
Broadcast Journalism Lessons in Video Games  /  144
	Ryan Rogers, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, NC
The Undergraduate Design Charrette: A Case Study  /  150
	Elizabeth G. Allan, Oakland University, Rochester, MI
European Union Simulations   /  156 
	Michelle Egan, American University
	Jean Monnet, American University 

KEYWORD Subject/Topic Index   /   161-162
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