In this section you will find citations for the textbooks, websites, videos and articles that I have used as references for my assignments and personal education endeavours related to adult education and the PIDP.

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Lesson Planning Resources:

Alberta Learning (2002).  Health and life skills guide to implementation: Instructional Strategies.  Retrieved from 352984/is.pdf

Ballou, J. (2011).  Creating a positive learning environment.  Retrieved from

Center for Teaching (2015). CFT Teaching guides: Motivating Students.  Retrieved from

Pappas, C. (2013).  Elearning design and development: 8 Important Characteristics of Adult Learners.  Retrieved from

Reynold, L. (2013).  20 Ways to provide effective feedback for learning.  Retrieved from

Reflective Writing Resources:

Assessment Reform Group. (2002).  Key Questions. In Introduction to Assessment for Learning online learning module.  Retrieved from    ion_key_questions.html

Barkley, E. F. (2010). Student engagement techniques: A handbook for college faculty. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Barradell, S., Connors, A., Ennals, P., Burnett, M., Murphy, F., Karasmanis, S. (2015).  Reflective practice in health sciences: Models of Reflection.  Retrieved from

Brookhart, S. (2008). How to give effect feedback to your students.  Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.  Retrieved from tive+feedback&ots=kZZUoxVG2T&sig=hYT80tu4BsdYgJflBvjtOaAMH9A#v=onepage&q=e ffective%20feedback&f=false

Bowen, J. (2012). Teaching naked: How moving technology out of your college classroom will improve student learning.  San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Business Council of British Columbia. (2010). 2010 Biennial skills and attributes survey report: What Are B.C. Empolyers Looking For?  Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Retrieved from    0skills%20report.pdf

Doc Zone [screen name]. (2014, Apr. 24).  Faking the Grade .  Retrieved from

Drmathkat (2011, July 26). The Hidden Curriculum .  Retrieved from

EdDlaosi [screen name]. (2008, Feb. 24).  Assessment for Learning .  Retrieved from

EDUCAUSE (2012).  7 Things you should know about…flipped classrooms.  Retrieved from

Explicit and Implicit Curriculum Development (2015) PIDP 3210 – Study Guide – Curriculum Development. Vancouver, BC, Canada: Vancouver Community College. Retrieved from

Farr, S. (2010). How do you define 21st-century learning?  Education Week Teacher PD Sourcebook, volume 04 (issue 01).  Retrieved from

Fenwick, T. & Parsons, J. (2009). The art of evaluation: A resource for educators and trainers,      second edition.  Toronto, ON: Thompson Educational Publishing, Inc.

Glossary of Education Reform. (2013). Project-based learning. Retrieved from

Glossary of Education Reform. (2014). 21st century skills. Retrieved from  

HumanutopiaTV (2013, July 8).  John Dunford- The Hidden Curriculum [Video file].         Retrieved from

Hidden curriculum (2014, August 26). In S. Abbott (Ed.), The glossary of education reform. Retrieved from

IAC Search & Media, Inc.  (2013).  What is E-communication?  Retrieved from   

INTIME. (1999-2001). Pedagogy.  Retrieved from   

Integration of Generic Values and Skills. (2015). PIDP 3210 – Course Syllabus.  Vancouver, B.C., Canada: Vancouver Community College. Retrieved from

Kenny, N. (2010). What is critical reflection.  Retrieved from   

Literacy Link South Central. (2015). What are Literacy Skills.  London, ON, Canada. Retrieved from

Longworth, N. (2003). Lifelong learning in action: Transforming education in the 21st century.  United States and Great Britain: Kogan Page Limited.

Misbah [screen name]. (2012, May 25).  Causes and Effects of Cheating on Students.  Retrieved   from

Margolis, E., Soldatenko, M., Acker, S., & Gair, M., (N.D.). Peekaboo: Hiding and Outing the Curriculum. In The Hidden Curriculum in Higher Education (Section 1). Retrieved from

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

Presant, D. (2010, Oct. 1).  Essential Skills- Phyllis Mann . Retrieved from

Queen’s University (n.d.). What is Case-Based Learning?  Retrieved from   

Reflective Writing. (2015). PIDP 3210 – Course Syllabus.  Vancouver, BC, Canada: Vancouver Community College. Retrieved from riting%20Assignment.pdf

Rubin, R. (2012, Mar 9). Opinion: Cheating has Long Term Negative Side Effects.  In The Circuit.  Retrieved from

Seltzer, L.  (2011). The narcissist’s dilemma: They can dish it out, but…. Psychology Today. Retrieved from dilemma-they-can-dish-it-out

Student Engagement. (2016, February 18). In S. Abbott (Ed.), The glossary of education reform. Retrieved from

Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation. (2008). Solve a teaching problem:  Students lack interest or motivation: Explore strategies.  Retrieved from

The Council of the Ontario College of Teachers (2011).  Professional advisory: Use of Electronic Communication and Social Media.  Retrieved from

The National Capital Language Resource Center. (2004).  Assessing Learning: Peer and Self-Assessment. Retrieved from

The National Center for Academic Transformation. (2014). How to Redesign a College   Course Using NCAT’s Methodology.  Retrieved from

The RSA [screen name]. (2010, Oct. 14).  Changing Education Paradigms .  Retrieved from

University of Reading. (N.D.).  Engage in Assessment: Self-Assessment.  Retrieved February 12, 2016 from assessment/self-assessment/eia-self-assessment.aspx

University of Saskatchewan (n.d.). Case-Based Learning.  Retrieved from   

Waller, J. (2013).  Bruce Lee: “A teacher is never…” [Web log comment]. Retrieved from

Wlodkowski, R. J. (2008). Enhancing adult motivation to learn: A comprehensive guide for teaching all adults (3rd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Woods, D. (2011).  Employers Dissatisfied With the Levels of Training of Graduates and School Leavers: HR Magazine.  Retrieved from

Trends and Roles Resources:

Barseghian, T., (2011).   Teaching strategies: Three Trends That Define the Future of Teaching and Learning.  Retrieved from

Best Masters in Education. (2013).  The use of social media in school.  Retrieved from

Bharti, P. (2014).  Important of social media for 21st century teachers.  Retrieved from

Coleman, V. (2013).  Social media as a primary source: A Coming of Age.  Retrieved from

Council of Ontario Directors of Education. (2011).  Effective use of technology. Advisory, volume 3.  Retrieved from

EdTech Team. (2014).  Educational technology and mobile learning:  Teachers Guide to Teaching Using Social Media.  Retrieved from

Hunt, T. (2014). How social media has changed the traditional classroom.  Retrieved from

National Education Association. (2015).  Preparing 21st century students for a global society: An Educator’s Guide to the “Four Cs”.  Retrieved from

Rice-Parsons, D. (2012).  The role of the 21st century teacher.  Retrieved from

My Learning Partners’ Resources for the Trends and Roles Assignment 

Couros, G. (2011).  Connected principals: Why Social Media Can and is Changing Education.  Retrieved from

Nelson, J. (2015).  Social media in the classroom: 16 Resoucres for 2015.   Retrieved from

Learning Theory Resources:

Coffey, H. (2009). Discovery learning. Retrieved from

Cooper, S. (2013). Theories of learning in educational psycology. Retrieved from bruner.html

Hall, J. (2002). Teaching methods and retention: The Learning Pyramid. Retrieved from

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

Pappas, C. (2014). Instructional design models and theories: The Discovery Learning Model.  Retrieved from

Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. (2015). Learning theory (education). Retrieved from

Image Resources:

5R’s Diagram [image].  Retrieved from

Active Learning [image].  Retrieved from

Assessment for Learning [image].  Retrieved from

Case Study [image].  Retrieved from

Cheating and Plagiarizing [image].  Retrieved from

Classroom Management Best Practices [image].  Retrieved from×269/classroom_managment.jpg

Course Redesign [image].  Retrieved from

Dreams and Reality Collide [image].  Retrieved from

Fragile Egos [image].  Retrieved from

Hello World [image].  Retrieved from

Jeopardy [image].  Retrieved from

Listen to Learn [image].  Retrieved from

Qurat ul Ain Naeem. (N.D.) Hidden Curriculum can be: [image]. Retrieved from

Pedagogy vs. Andragogy [image].  Retrieved from

Science/Art [image].  Retrieved from

Stand Where You Stand [image}.  Retrieved from

Essential Skills Software Inc. (2017).  Essential Skills [image].  Retrieved from

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