Hilda Borko - Related publications

Affiliations: 
Education University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO, United States 
Area:
Educational Psychology Education, Technology of Education, Teacher Training Education, Mathematics Education
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6 most relevant papers in past 60 days:
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2020 Ainscough L, Leung R, Colthorpe K. Learning how to learn: can embedded discussion boards help first-year students discover new learning strategies? Advances in Physiology Education. 44: 1-8. PMID 31821030 DOI: 10.1152/advan.00065.2019   
2020 Chen J, Zhou J, Wang Y, Qi G, Xia C, Mo G, Zhang Z. Blended learning in basic medical laboratory courses improves medical students' abilities in self-learning, understanding, and problem solving. Advances in Physiology Education. 44: 9-14. PMID 31821032 DOI: 10.1152/advan.00076.2019   
2020 Umeh Z, Bumpus JP, Harris AL. The impact of suspension on participation in school-based extracurricular activities and out-of-school community service. Social Science Research. 85: 102354. PMID 31789193 DOI: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2019.102354   
2020 Tai MH, Rida N, Klein KC, Diez H, Wells T, Kippes K, Walker PC, Vordenberg SE. Impact of virtual simulation in self-care therapeutics course on introductory pharmacy practice experience self-care encounters. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching & Learning. 12: 74-83. PMID 31843168 DOI: 10.1016/j.cptl.2019.10.015   
2020 Lind KT, Osborne CM, Badesch B, Blood A, Lowenstein SR. Ending student mistreatment: early successes and continuing challenges. Medical Education Online. 25: 1690846. PMID 31787035 DOI: 10.1080/10872981.2019.1690846   
2020 Nikolaus CJ, Ellison B, Nickols-Richardson SM. Food Insecurity among College Students Differs by Questionnaire Modality: An Exploratory Study. American Journal of Health Behavior. 44: 82-89. PMID 31783935 DOI: 10.5993/AJHB.44.1.9