Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education: Volume 10 Issue 3

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Lecturers’ perceptions on factors influencing the implementation of bilingual instruction in Indonesian universities

Amirullah Abduh

The purpose of this paper is to explore lecturers’ perceptions on factors that affect the implementation of bilingual instruction (BI) policy in Indonesian higher education.

Pakistani undergraduate students’ perceptions of project-based learning in the English composition course

Sameera Sultan, Syeda Tuba Javaid

The purpose of this paper is to explore how BS first-year students of the computer science department at a private university in Karachi perceive project-based learning…

Supporting non-native university lecturers with English-medium instruction

Satu Tuomainen

The purpose of this paper is to describe a support course for English-medium instruction (EMI) which continues to expand in European higher education (HE). While the…

Psychological engagement of university students: Learning communities and family relationships

Carolyn Timms, Tracey Fishman, Alexander Godineau, Jamie Granger, Tariro Sibanda

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationship of undergraduate university students’ course experience (learning community (LC), clear goals and standards…

Multi-level mentoring practices in a Teacher Education Program in Greece: How their effectiveness is perceived by mentors

Vasiliki Brinia, Paraskevi Psoni

The purpose of this paper is to reflect the multi-level mentoring practices of a Teacher Education Program in Greece and the mentors’ perceptions on them. The mentoring…

Emerging themes in creative higher education pedagogy

Derrick Robinson, Ben M. Schaap, Mejai Avoseh

The purpose of this paper is to explore emerging themes in which creativity, or creative pedagogy (CP), is aligned with the practices of higher education instruction. The…

The impact of freshmen college leadership experiences on their leader self-efficacy development in historically black institutions

Alaba Apesin, Tao Gong

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of college leadership experiences on the leader self-efficacy development of freshmen in two historically black…

Independent and digital reading among undergraduates: the case of the University of Mauritius

Caroline Rabaud, Naushad Mamode Khan, Smita Rampat

Undeniably, the growing influence of technology has had a significant impact on the reading process of undergraduate students and it is thus of priority interest now to…

Empirical evidence of deep learning in learning communities

Kara Smith, Robin Lovgren

The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether learning communities (LCs), defined as a cohort of students jointly enrolled in two distinct courses, increase “deep…

Ge-whiz! How students choose their general education classes

Eugene Lyle Seeley, Todd Goddard, Ronald Mellado Miller

The purpose of this paper is to understand how students choose their general education elective courses.

Higher authority organizational stressors among higher education deans: a multiple case study

Alfred Huan Zhi Chan, Mohd Dahlan Malek, Ferlis Bahari

The purpose of this paper is to identify higher authority organizational stressors encountered by higher education deans.

The use of tabletop exercises in nuclear security education

Michael Shattan, Adam Seybert, Robert Boone Gilbreath, Stephen Dahunsi, Howard L. Hall

The purpose of this paper is to explore the role of tabletop exercises (TTXs) in graduate nuclear security education, their effectiveness and their relationship to…

Modelling Facebook usage for collaborative learning in higher education

Anurag Tiruwa, Rajan Yadav, Pradeep Kumar Suri

Social networking sites (SNSs), especially Facebook, have made deep inroads in the teaching-learning process worldwide. The purpose of this paper is to understand the key…

Gender, academic abilities and postsecondary educational choices

Tarvo Vaarmets

Gender inequalities in higher education have attracted interest in the academic literature. The paper aims to discuss this issue.

Success in business studies and mathematical background: the case of Norway

Leiv Opstad

The purpose of this paper is to determine whether the type of mathematics skills developed at secondary school an effect on students’ later success in business studies. At…

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ISSN:

2050-7003

Online date, start – end:

2009

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr. Patrick Blessinger