Highlights

This page is a showcase of my most highly cited articles organised by Year of publication. Comments are welcome:

Research Papers 2013

Overview

Research into cultural differences in higher education is a growing phenomenon, and there is a need to establish a theoretical framework that supports Business Schools in the personalisation of the pedagogical process. This article investigates the role of Business School academics in shaping the pedagogical process that is culturally responsive to the unprecedented diversity in higher education and proposes an Innovative framework in helping to accomplish this.

Reference:

Jabbar, A. and Hardaker, G. (2013) ‘The role of culturally responsive teaching for supporting ethnic diversity in British University Business SchoolsTeaching in Higher Education , 18 (3), pp. 272-284. ISSN 1356-2517

Research Papers 2012

Overview:

A workshop which presents the use of audiovisual formative feedback used in both online quizzes and essays. The workshop focusses particularly on generic feedback and how it can be prepared. The task asks the participants to use the website http://www.splicd.com to edit a YouTube video so that a brief audiovisual clip could be used as feedback.

Reference:

Jabbar, A. and Ireland, C. (2012) ‘Audiovisual formative feedback in online quizzes and essays ’. In: Enhancing the Quality of Student Blended Learning through Integrative Formative Assessment Methods, 10 Jul 2012, The Business School, University of Huddersfield

Research Papers 2011

Overview:

This paper’s focus is on the development of research methodologies to investigate learning in higher education. These methodologies have made use of Social Mobile Devices (SMD) for data collection, a relativity new concept in qualitative research. The paper provides examples of practice linked with discussions from the Learning Without Frontiers Conference 2011 (LWF 2011) around the constraints, affordances, and ethical issues inherent in the use of SMDs for research.

Reference:

Beddall-Hill, N., Jabbar, A. and Al Shehri, S. (2011) ‘Social Mobile Devices as Tools for Qualitative Research in Education: iPhones and iPads in Ethnography, Interviewing, and Design-Based Research Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology , 7 (1), pp. 67-90. ISSN 1948-075x

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