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Winter 2017     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 21, Issue 4

    Table of Contents

Guest Editorial
	 Rural Teacher Residency program 
	Rebecca Fawns-Justeson,  California State University, Chico

Recruitment and retention: Whose job is it?  /  4
	Jeff W. Bruns, Piedmont College, GA
	Richard Nichols, Sterling College, KS
Facebook to Promote Extracurricular Experiences  /  11
	Cynthia Gillette Dormer, Metropolitan State University, CO
	Rachel Sinley, Metropolitan State University, CO
Strategies to Boost Your Writing Productivity  /  18
	Amber Fallucca, University of South Carolina
	Michelle M. Maher, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Culture, Instruction and Online Learning  /  24
	Karen Carey, Northeastern State University, OK
	Cassandra Smith-Cline, Northeastern State University, OK
	Jim Ferrell, Northeastern State University, OK
Developing Well-Prepared, Collaborative Teachers in the Rural Teacher Residency Program  / 29 
	Rebecca Fawns-Justeson,  California State University
International health service learning models  /  39
	Sherryl W. Johnson, Albany State University, Georgia 
Professional Development: The Good, Bad, and Ugly  /  44
	Denise McDonald, University of Houston – Clear Lake
	Caroline Crawford, University of Houston – Clear Lake
	Terri Edwards Bubb, San Jacinto College
Preparing Students to Confront Life’s Unknowns   /  52
	Richard F. Bowman, Winona State University
Using And then there were none to teach crime  /  60
	William R. Pruitt, Virginia Wesleyan University
 Ten  of the most impactful  journal  articles  /  66
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Gamification in Education: What, How, Why Bother?  /  67	  Cited by 722 Related articles 
	Joey J. Lee, Teachers College Columbia University, NY
	Jessica Hammer, Teachers College Columbia University, NY
An Instrument to Measure Mathematics Attitudes  /  73	 Cited by 419 Related articles 
	Martha Tapia, Berry College
	George E. Marsh II, The University of Alabama
Assessing the Effectiveness of Problem Based Learning in Higher Ed: Lessons from the Lit / 80   Cited by 274 Related articles 
	Claire H. Major, University of Alabama
	Betsy Palmer, University of Iowa
The Role of Sampling in Qualitative Research  /  87		 Cited by 133 Related articles  
	Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, University of South Florida
	Nancy L. Leech, University of Colorado at Denver 
Peer Debriefing: Who, What, When, Why, How  /  93		 Cited by 92 Related articles  
	Marydee A. Spillett, University of New Orleans, LA
Feminist Pedagogy: Identifying Basic Principles  /  99			 Cited by 67 Related articles  
	Lynne M. Webb,  University of Arkansas
	Myria W. Allen,  University of Arkansas
	Kandi  L. Walker, University of Louisville, KY
Foreign Language Anxiety and Student Attrition  /  104	 Cited by 53 Related articles  
	Phillip Bailey, University of Central Arkansas
	Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Howard University
	Christine E. Daley, Muscogee County School District
Fostering a Sense of Justice  through International Service-Learning  / 110	 Cited by 51 Related articles  
	Kathia Monard-Weissman,  Institute for Global Ed, PA
What Predicts Student Teacher Self-Efficacy?  /  117			 Cited by 51 Related articles  
	Yesim Capa Aydin, Middle East Technical University
	Anita Woolfolk Hoy, The Ohio State University, OH
International Students: Information Literacy  or Academic Literacy? /  123		 Cited by 42 Related articles  
	 William Badke, Trinity Western University

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