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, while the strawberry-growing activity in FRC 1010 was designed with modest student learning outcomes in mind, student feedback suggests that remote hands-on activities could potentially be used to target higher order learning outcomes in online

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systematics by becoming more proficient on a particular plant family. To effectively communicate, student instructors must have a thorough understanding of the concepts they are teaching, which is an important outcome of problem-based learning ( Duch, 1996

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student performance outcomes. While the multidisciplinary nature of our specific course example combines a formal classroom curriculum with the additional skills of tree climbing, the complementary interaction promotes a more favorable learning environment

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, while maintaining student learning outcomes (Means et al., 2010). Hybrid courses may also be referred to as web-enhanced, blended, or mixed-mode learning ( Hall and Villareal, 2015 ). In a hybrid course, portions of the curriculum content are delivered

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general interpretation of the results for the class, and pointed out pertinent learning outcomes from the activity. The students received this presentation via e-mail and were encouraged to respond via e-mail with questions and feedback. Although no

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course is to increase students' understanding of fundamental irrigation concepts by bringing relevance and context to the lecture topics by providing students the opportunity to install a residential irrigation system. This experiential learning project

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impact of specific types of fun on meaningful student learning outcomes is not well documented ( Tews et al., 2015 ). Creativity is an important ability for professional success ( Jackson, 2004 ). Creative competency appears to be declining across all

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). Student presentation. A particularly effective aspect of the program was having one student conduct research before the program so as to deliver a lecture on the architecture of Brasilia, a teaching technique with proven learning outcomes ( Andrews and

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Cleveland-Innes (2005) state that interaction is central to the education experience and meeting the learning outcomes. They report that interaction with the instructor and other students improves student satisfaction. Moreover, peer-to-peer learning

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self-sufficient from the sales of produce will continue to be a challenge. Discussion The importance of hands-on, experiential learning opportunities is increasingly recognized as having a vital role in student learning outcomes, particularly in applied

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