Articles for PIDP 3100

Bryson, J. D. (2013). Engaging adult learners: Philosophy, principles and practices. Retrieved from

Center for Continuing and Outreach Education. (2005). Effective use of performance objectives for learning and assessment. Retrieved from

Merriam, S., & Bierema, L. (2014). Adult learning: Linking theory and practice. San Francisco, California: Jossey-Bass.

Pannapacker, W. (2012). Screening out the Introverts. Retrieved from

Rico, R. & Ertmer, P. A. (2015). Examining the role of the instructor in problem-centered instruction. TechTrends, 59 (4) 96-103.

Rocca, K. (2010). Student participation in the college classroom: An extended multidisciplinary literature review. Communication Education, 59 (2), 185-213.

Van Melle, E. & Pinchin, S. (2008). Writing effective learning objectives. Retrieved from

Wang, V., & Sarbo, L. (2004). Philosophy, role of adult educators, and learning: How contextually adapted philosophies and the situational role of adult educators affect learners’ transformation and emancipation. Journal of Transformative Education, 2 (3), 204-214.

Wiggins, G. (2012). Seven keys to effective feedback. Retrieved from

Blogs for PIDP 3100

Greenstreet, K. (2013, August 8). How to facilitate introverts and extroverts in your group or class. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Monahan, N. (2013, October 28). Keeping introverts in mind in your active learning classroom. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Owens, L. (2015). Three domains of learning – cognitive, affective, psychomotor. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Phillips, M. (2012, April 16). Student engagement: Introversion and the invisible adolescent. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Roy, S. (2015, July 30). The introvert strikes back? The newfound cool of being introverted. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Salisbury, M. (2014, May 1). Why social integration matters. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Schwegman, J. (2013, December 5). Engaging introverts in class discussion – part 1. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Schwegman, J. (2013, December 5). Engaging introverts in class discussion – part 2. (web log comment). Retrieved from

Books for PIDP 3100

Cain, S. (2013). Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking. New York: Broadway Books.

Sinek, S. (2011). Start with why: How great leaders inspire everyone to take action. New York, New York: Penguin Publishing Group.


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