Dr.  Jace Hargis, PhD - New York University Shanghai - Clinical Professor and Director

Dr. Jace Hargis

PhD

New York University Shanghai

Clinical Professor and Director

Shanghai, Pudong | China

Main Specialties: Other

Additional Specialties: Faculty Development

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Dr.  Jace Hargis, PhD - New York University Shanghai - Clinical Professor and Director

Dr. Jace Hargis

PhD
Introduction

Currently, I am a Professor and Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at NYU, Shanghai. His prior positions include a Professor and Associate Provost in Hawaii; a College Director in Abu Dhabi, UAE; an Associate Professor and Assistant Provost in northern California; and an Assistant Professor and Director of Faculty Development in Florida. He has authored a textbook, an anthology and published over 130 academic articles as well as offered hundreds of academic presentations. He has earned a BS in Oceanography from Florida Institute of Technology; an MS in Environmental Engineering Sciences and a PhD in Science Education from the University of Florida. Dr. Hargis' research focuses on how people learn while integrating appropriate, relevant and meaningful instructional technologies.

Primary Affiliation: New York University Shanghai - Shanghai, Pudong , China

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Education
May 1999
University of Florida
PhD
Jun 1989 - May 1992
University of Florida
M.S.
Sep 1980 - Jun 1984
Florida Institute of Technology
B.S.
Experience
Jul 2018
NYU Shanghai
Clinical Professor and Director
Apr 2016
Director
University of California
Mar 2015 - Mar 2016
Chaminade University of Honolulu
Associate Provost
Jul 2011 - Jul 2013
Higher Colleges of Technology
Director
Jun 2007 - Jun 2011
University of the Pacific
Assistant Provost
Aug 1999 - May 2007
University of North Florida
Director and Assistant Professor
Apr 2016
University of California San Diego
Director

Publications

67Publications

26Reads

New perspective on the TPACK framework: The “A” stands for affective.

Park, E., & Hargis, J. (July 2018). New perspective on the TPACK framework: The “A” stands for affective. International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, 12(2).

International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

The purpose of this exploratory single-case study is to investigate the affordances of iPad transpired within a technological pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK) framework by four early childhood educators with varying Technological Knowledge (TK) at a low-income preschool. Pre/post and follow-up survey, group and follow-up interviews, classroom observations and document of iPad workshop data were analyzed using coding methods in two cycles. The exploration in how teachers discovered the iPad affordances indicated parallel progression in TK and change in their value system. The exploration in the progression of TK and change in their value system suggest a relationship between progression of TK towards TPACK and of affective-valuing (AV) towards affective-characterization (AC).

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July 2018

Student Response Systems: A Mindful Approach.

Iwamoto, D., & Hargis, J. (March 2018). Student Response Systems: A Mindful Approach. In R. Obeid, A. Schartz, C. Shane-Simpson, & P. J. Brooks (Eds.) The impact technology has on how instructors teach and how students learn. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology web site: http:/

In R. Obeid, A. Schartz, C. Shane-Simpson, & P. J. Brooks (Eds.) The impact technology has on how instructors teach and how students learn. Retrieved from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology we

Student Response Systems: A Mindful Approach.

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March 2018

Practice makes deeper? Regular reflective writing during engineering internships

Minnes, M., Mayberry, J., Soto, M., & Hargis, J. (January 2018). Practice makes deeper? Regular refl

Journal of Transformative Learning

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February 2018
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Convicts, cadavers, coral reefs, coffee shops and couture: How customizing experiential learning increased learner comfort and engagement.

Grabowsky, G., Hargis, J., Davidson, J., Suh, J., Wright, C., & Paynter, A. (December 2017). Convict

Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice

http://ro.uow.edu.au/jutlp/vol14/iss3/5

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December 2017
30 Reads

Practice makes deeper? Regular reflective writing during engineering internships.

Minnes, M., Mayberry, J., Soto, M., & Hargis, J. (December 2017). Practice makes deeper? Regular reflective writing during engineering internships. Journal of Transformative Learning, 4(2), 7-20.

Journal of Transformative Learning

Does regular reflective writing enhance engineering students’ capacity to be reflective professionals? This study explores whether writing and sharing weekly reflections throughout a summer internship can transform the way engineering students’ think about their work in a way that connects it more profoundly with their academic studies. A quasi-experimental mixed methods design is used with a sample size of 60 participants over two years. Using the AAC&U’s Integrative Learning rubric, we find statistically significant improvement in the quality and depth of students’ written reflection at the end of a summer internship enriched with regular writing. In their writing, students find explicit concrete and abstract connections between their studies and the internship work they do, drawing lessons from it and re-conceptualizing their role as both students and engineers. The reflections facilitate transformative learning during the internship experiences, guiding students in their professional development.

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December 2017

Integrating Twitter in the math classroom: What a “Tweet” idea!

Authors:
Soto M. & Hargis J

Soto, M., & Hargis, J. (November 2017). Integrating Twitter in the math classroom: What a “Tweet” id

NCTM Teaching Children Mathematics

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November 2017
30 Reads

Andragogical design thinking: A transition to anarchy in and beyond the classroom.

Authors:
Lockard E. & Hargis J.

Lockard, E., & Hargis, J. (November 2017). Andragogical design thinking: A transition to anarchy in

Transformative Dialogues

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November 2017
32 Reads

Self-Regulated learning as a critical attribute for successful teaching and learning.

Authors:
Iwamoto D. & Hargis J.

Iwamoto, D., & Hargis, J. (July 2017). Self-Regulated learning as a critical attribute for successfu

International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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July 2017
30 Reads

Serendipitous faculty development through Infographic active learning exploration

Authors:
Davidson J. & Hargis

Davidson, J., & Hargis (April 2016). Serendipitous faculty development through Infographic active le

International Journal on New Trends in Education

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April 2017
36 Reads

A proposal to use classroom observations as assessment data to measure and evaluate effective teaching.

Authors:
Hargis J. & Soto M.

Hargis, J., & Soto, M. (April 2017). A proposal to use classroom observations as assessment data to

The Online Journal of New Horizons in Education

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April 2017
27 Reads

Analyzing the efficacy of the testing effect using Kahoot on performance.

Authors:
Iwamoto D. & Hargis J.

Iwamoto, D., & Hargis, J. (April 2017). Analyzing the efficacy of the testing effect using Kahoot on

Turkish Journal of Distance Education

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April 2017
29 Reads

Faculty development adjustments for international students: A case study.

Authors:
Washburn C. & Hargis J

Washburn, C., & Hargis, J. (April 2017). Faculty development adjustments for international students:

Transformative Dialogues

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April 2017
33 Reads

How does the structure of a college chemistry exam affect pedagogy.

Pandey, R., Mayberry, J., & Hargis, J. (June 2016). How does the structure of a college chemistry ex

Journal of Science Education

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June 2016
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The effect of Project-Based Learning pedagogical model on achievement through the evaluative lens of student perceptions.

Iwamoto, D., Hargis, J., & Vuong, K. (January 2016). The effect of Project-Based Learning pedagogica

International Journal for the Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning

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January 2016
29 Reads

Developing, teaching and assessing hybrid English courses

Authors:
Hill R. Hargis J. & Park E.

Hill, R., Hargis, J., & Park, E. (January 2016). Developing, teaching and assessing hybrid English c

International Journal for the Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning

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January 2016
34 Reads

An interdisciplinary approach to develop key spatial characteristics that satisfy the millennial generation in learning and work.

Authors:
Suh J. & Hargis J.

Suh, J., & Hargis, J. (January 2016). An interdisciplinary approach to develop key spatial character

Transformative Dialogues: Teaching & Learning Journal

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January 2016
28 Reads

A One Year Federal Mobile Learning Initiative Review

Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Third Edition

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2015
17 Reads

Is learning effective with social networks?

Authors:
Goksel N. & Hargis J.

Goksel, N., & Hargis, J. (July 2015). Is learning effective with social networks? International Jour

International Journal on New Trends in Education and Their Implications

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July 2015
33 Reads

Technology vs pedagogy: Instructional effectiveness and student perceptions of a student response system.

Galal, S., Mayberry, J., Chan, E., Hargis, J., & Halilovic, J. (June 2015). Technology vs pedagogy:

Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning

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June 2015
28 Reads

Students ExplainEverything using iPads

32-33

ISTE Learning & Leading with Technology

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July 2014
31 Reads

Marketing to and Developing Faculty Members to Create High Quality, Highly Interactive Online Courses

Authors:
Jace Hargis

International Journal of Technology and Educational Marketing

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2013
14 Reads

Measuring the difficult to measure: iPad mobile learning

3(2), 60-77

International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning

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June 2013
26 Reads

iCelebrate Teaching and Learning: Sharing the iPad Experience

Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology

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January 2013
16 Reads

Second Life Brought to Life

Cases on Technological Adaptability and Transnational Learning

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2012
16 Reads

Facilitating teaching and learning: From proprietary to community source

2012 International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training, ITHET 2012

http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84866605746&partnerID=MN8TOARS

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July 2012
16 Reads

Design Features for Online Examination Software

Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education

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January 2012
17 Reads

A doctoral program for the world: Global tertiary education and leadership

Authors:
Jace Hargis

7(2)

International Journal of Instruction

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January 2012
63 Reads

Marketing and developing faculty to create high quality online courses

Authors:
Jace Hargis

1(2), 62-71

International Journal of Technology and Educational Marketing

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September 2011
29 Reads

The critical role of a faculty center in developing and retaining faculty

21(2)

Metropolitan Universities Journal

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December 2010
29 Reads

Review of outcomes from a change in faculty clinic management in a U.S. dental school.

J Dent Educ 2010 Sep;74(9):961-9

University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, 2155 Webster Street, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA.

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September 2010
26 Reads
1.04 Impact Factor

Science education travel pedagogy

Authors:
Jace Hargis

July 15-18

International Congress of Science Education Proceedings

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July 2009
38 Reads

Interdisciplinary project- based model for enhanced instruction of marketing courses

3(1)

International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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January 2009
35 Reads

Interdisciplinary Project-Based Model for Enhanced Instruction of Courses

International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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January 2009
15 Reads

The Bridge Course Design: Formative Assessment and Student-Centered Learning in Cross-Course Classrooms

International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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July 2008
16 Reads

Teaching project-based assessment in 12 days in a developing country

Authors:
Jace Hargis

18(3), 129-142

Journal of Excellence in College Teaching

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September 2007
32 Reads

Insights, reflections and comparisons of a Russian school

43(4), 161-167

Kappa Delta Pi Record

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June 2007
31 Reads

Can Students Learn Science Using the Internet?

Authors:
Jace Hargis

Journal of Research on Computing in Education

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July 2001
14 Reads