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Great things are happening in GCU classrooms EVERY DAY...now is the time to share them! The Teaching Showcase (TS) highlights proven instructional strategies that optimize le…

The Teaching Showcase (TS), formerly known as the Online Teaching Showcase (OTS), showcases instructional best practices of award-winning, post-secondary faculty at Grand Canyon University.  Breaking from past years tradition, this year will be a nomination only event showcasing the best teaching practices of GCU faculty.   

  

Designed to foster…

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Dr. Kufryk’s presentation titled: “Testing strategies in online environment for the upper level science course” centered on her recent findings about testing strategies in th…

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Broader inclusivity and participation in STEM education requires successful teaching strategies in different learning modalities (traditional and online; synchronous, asynchronous, and blended). This presents unique challenges for the content delivery and online testing, especially in science courses. While the variety of testing and…

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"The Dynamic Mind in the Cave: Looming of Paleolithic Paintings and Petroglyphs"
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Three experiments examined whether reported looming of cave painti…

Among his other scholarly endeavors in the month of November, Dr. Hubbard will be presenting the following:

Nov 2, 2021 Invited (zoom) seminar: “Momentum-Like Effects in Visual Art and Music” to the SAMBA (Science of Art, Music, and Brain Activity) group at Arizona State University. 

Abstract:

Potential roles of dynamic effects in the mental…

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Drs. Scott Greenberger, Kelly Maguire & Cheryl Martin recently presented at the John Dewey Memorial Conference (JDS) 2021 in Burlington, VT. The John Dewey Society (JDS) p…

Title: Discovering reflective-narrative: constructing experience in the Deweyan guide for reflective practice 

Abstract: This article provides an explanatory supplement for authors to more thickly describe their experience when using the published Guide for Reflective Practice (GRP). As members of the reflective practice laboratory that created the…

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The goal of the KMRC is to advance and promote the scholarship and scholarly culture at GCU, by offering an avenue for faculty, staff, students across all colleges, and schola…

Faculty, students, and staff interested in presenting their research please indicate by clicking here.


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