Editors' Choice
Originally Editor's Choice articles were posted for at least three months
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  • 2007
    • Spring issue
      1. Interrogating Suburbia in The Virgin Suicides Full text
      2. Problem-based Learning in the Study of Literature Full text
      3. Married Women’s Address Forms Variation in China Full text
  • 2006
    • Winter issue
      1. Global Competency: An Interdisciplinary Approach Full text
      2. Emergence of self-regulation among online learners Full text
      3. Thank You for Smoking: Learning about Politics Full text
  • 2005
    • Winter issue
      1. Lit circles, collaboration and student interest Full text
      2. Increasing Self-Efficacy Through Mentoring Full text
      3. Developing Teacher Efficacy through Shared Stories Full text
      4. Seeing and Reading through the Culture of War Full text
    • Fall issue
      1. Media Literacy in Journalism Education Curriculum Full text
      2. “Doing Disney” Fosters Media Literacy in Freshmen Full text
      3. Integrating Mathematics and the Language Arts Full text
  • 2004
  • 2003
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Editors' Choice: full-text articles recognized for one or more of the following, examples from recent recommendations in no particular order:
  • demonstrates a useful practice that teachers from all disciplines would benefit from
  • describes classroom attitudes and behaviors from various perspectives
  • formulates a novel and interesting idea that appears to be a very effective teaching tool
  • illustrates ideas that can be applied to other disciplines and courses
  • offers succinct and clear style, enjoyable to read
  • provides exposition and explicating both sides of the issue
  • motivates teachers to rethink how they communicate directions and expectations
  • exemplifies current scholarly trends
  • deals with a significant, vital issue in education
  • adds to our knowledge of the challenges in helping ‘behind the times’ faculty
  • makes a significant original contribution to the field
  • contains elements which have general application
  • presents an innovative approach toward dealing with significant teaching issues
Certainly all published submissions could satisfy one or more of the above criteria. However, at the end, a decision had to be made, select 2-4 articles out of 50-60 accepted for Editors' Choice publication. To this effect, often, early submission (so encouraged by this journal) influences the outcome... Often, they are likely to become leading articles in a print edition (titles appear on journal's cover). To read other full-text articles, see Readers' Choice

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