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Hurley, Walter L. (NACTA Journal, 2008)The goal is to develop models of faculty-student partnerships that result in effective peer-teaching opportunities for the student partners. This model explored the development of faculty-coached, student-led panels aimed ...
Hurley, Walter L. (2008)This research was undertaken to develop a better understanding of how students think about their study abroad experiences. What meaning do students attribute to their international experiences? How can the benefits of ...
Hurley, Walter L. (NACTA Journal, 2006)Science graduate students and others who are early in their science career are focused on learning about their chosen discipline area. Many will become tomorrow’s college teachers, and yet few will engage in organized ...
Dilger, A.C.; Redman, L.; Hurley, Walter L. (2013-07-08)Encouraging students to engage in out-of-the-classroom learning experiences is a long-standing priority in the Department of Animal Sciences at the University of Illinois. Recently, experiential learning opportunities ...
Hurley, Walter L. (2008)The current research was undertaken to develop a better understanding of how students think about their study abroad experiences. What meaning do students attribute to their international experiences? How can the benefits ...
Hurley, Walter L. (2007)The goal of this project is to enhance the integration of international perspectives into teaching programs in animal sciences. A student-centered learning abroad program was developed that places students in direct contact ...
Hurley, Walter L. (2006)Students in the sciences are exposed to large bodies of information within their chosen discipline. Instructors typically transmit that knowledge as discrete parcels of information via lectures, books or class notes. ...
Hurley, Walter L. (2008)The desire for our students to develop inquiring minds is a common theme among teachers. Making that goal a reality often seems especially challenging. During the fall 2007 semester, as part of a joint Distinguished ...