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John Miller and Todd Seidler

-1722.1998.tb00254.x Noblitt , L. , Vance , D.E. , & Depoy Smith , M.L. ( 2010 ). A comparison of case study and traditional teaching methods for improvement of oral communication and critical-thinking skills . Journal of College Science Teaching, 39 ( 5 ), 26 – 32 . Rust , C. , O’Donovan , B

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Jeremy T. Barnes and Thomas J. Pujol

Partnerships have been developed between faculty in the Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation at Southeast Missouri State University and professionals from several organizations. These include on-campus partnerships with other academic departments, Recreation Services, Counseling and Disability Services, and a wide variety of off-campus partnerships including those with hospitals, fitness centers, county health departments, local coalitions, not-for-profits, schools K–12, and local corporations. All of these partnerships have resulted in substantial experiential learning opportunities for the students in the BS in Health Management: Health Promotion Option Program. Some of the skills students have acquired include improved written and oral communication skills, public speaking, program planning, program implementation, data collection, program evaluation, exercise testing, and prescription and health screening. The experiential learning activities students completed in two of the required classes in the major are described in this article.

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Barry Braun, Nancy I. Williams, Carol Ewing Garber, and Matthew Hickey

thinking, written and oral communication, ethical reasoning skills, local and global civic knowledge and engagement, and teamwork and problem solving. Table 1 STARS a Examples of Campus-Wide Sustainability Learning Outcomes Institution Campus-Wide Learning Outcomes Kanas State University • Knowledge

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Peter F. Bodary and M. Melissa Gross

the VALUE rubrics included critical thinking, information literacy, inquiry and analysis, oral communication, and quantitative literacy. The particular set of VALUE rubrics used in each course differed according to the learning goals. Blended learning can be challenging for students, who may be

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Pauline M. Genin, Frédéric Dutheil, Benjamin Larras, Yoland Esquirol, Yves Boirie, Angelo Tremblay, Bruno Pereira, Corinne Praznoczy, David Thivel, and Martine Duclos

( 7 ): 797 – 804 . PubMed ID: 18725427 doi:10.1097/PSY.0b013e31818426fa 18725427 10.1097/PSY.0b013e31818426fa 11. Thivel D , Genin PM , Fillon A , et al . Bureau-vélo: stratégie efficace de lutte contre la sédentarité et ses effets aux travail? Second colloque de l’ONAPS Oral Communication

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Mariana R. Silva, Cristine L. Alberton, Caroline O. Braga, and Stephanie S. Pinto

were adopted as exclusion criteria. The women who volunteered in this study were invited through oral communication and those who agreed to participate signed an informed consent form. This study was approved by the ethics committee of the Federal University of Pelotas (CAAE number 46555115

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David H. Perrin

undergraduate level, rich with the high-impact educational experiences that develop the qualities all employers are looking for. These qualities include written and oral communication, critical thinking and analytic reasoning, ethical decision making, multicultural competence, international experience, and

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Michelle Ogrodnik, Jillian Halladay, Barbara Fenesi, Jennifer Heisz, and Katholiki Georgiades

: Items capturing student academic achievement were taken from the Ontario Child Health Study. 32 The students were asked, “Based on your report card and school work, how are you doing in the following subjects: 1) English/Language (reading, writing, and oral communication), 2) Mathematics, and 3

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Jean-Francis Gréhaigne and Paul Godbout

-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 6 ( 2 ), 175 – 190 . doi: 10.1080/18377122.2015.1051268 Kennedy , R. ( 2007 ). In-class debates: Fertile ground for active learning and the cultivation of critical thinking and oral communication skills . International Journal of Teaching and

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Jaime R. DeLuca and Emily Fornatora

). Such skills include written and oral communication, research, analysis, and teamwork skills ( Munoz & Huser, 2008 ). Not only do students gain skills that are applicable to life after college, but due to the nature of experiential learning, such experiences contribute to their retention of course