Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence
Welcome to the Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence--a publication by Utah State University. The intent of this journal is to benefit faculty and instructional professionals by providing a place to share timely ideas, practices, and research around teaching. The intended audience includes faculty, graduate students, and professionals at all institutions who teach, develop instruction, and conduct research related to teaching in higher education.
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Pre-Service Elementary School Teachers’ Perceptions Of Themselves As Learners Of Mathematics And Science
Diana L. Moss, Rachel Wilson, and Danielle Divis
Draw a picture of yourself learning math: What pre-service teachers’ self-portraits illustrate about their complex relationships with mathematics
Samantha Sommers, Michelle Unigarro, Danielle Vantassel, Claudia M. Bertolone-Smith, and Alison Puliatte
Technology in Teacher Education: Student Perceptions of Instructional Technology in the Classroom
Jennifer Zakrzewski and BriAnne Newton
Checking In: Learner Perceptions of the Value of Language Study in College
Julian Ledford and Tijá Odoms
Transforming Curriculum: A Process for Implementing Problem-Based Learning in a College-Level Course
Morgan Robertson and Marla K. Robertson