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Journal of Block and Intensive Learning and Teaching (JBILT)     ISSN 2653-8458

JBILT Volume 1, Issue 2 (September 2023)

JBILT Front Matter                           1-5
Designing outdoor education units for the block            6-22
Aaron Simson-Woods and Craig Kappes                                                           
Learning through/about coping with the stress of teaching outside a specialist area in Exercise and Sport Psychology
Michael Burke, Janet Young and Teghan Butler                                               23-31
Teaching on the Block: an exploration of university educators’ experiences of block teaching in higher education contexts
Amanda Muscat and Melissah B. Thomas                                                         32-48
The importance of developing a metric to classify student experience in mathematics within the framework of intensive block teaching
Calum Downie, Rudi Klein and Puspha Sinnayah                                              49-58
To read or not to read: Do students really have the option?
Alan McWilliams, Christian Gilde, and Fiona Henderson                                 59-70

  JBILT Volume 1, Issue 1  (March 2023) 

President Welcome - John Weldon (Victoria University)                           5
JBILT Front Matter
Effective Assessment in a Block Pedagogy: Understanding the Impact of Summative Assessment Type on Student Achievement
Ellen Buck, Paulo Vieira Braga and Carmen Maria Ortiz Granero                                 6-16
Embedding Universal Design into Intensive Learning Experiences
Kevin L. Merry                                                                                                               17-27
The Hogsback Project: A Model for Multidisciplinary Integrated Research on the Block                                                             28-45
Joseph Eason, Eric Dyreson, Rebekah Levine, Michelle Anderson, Liz Wright, Christian Gilde
Student Preference and Perceptions of Asynchronous Online Activities for First Year Allied Health Physiology Blended Block Units                                                                                        46-65
Sally Gauci, Robert Edwards, Gayathri Rajaraman, Angela Salcedo, Kostas Kastis, Rudi Klein and Puspha Sinnayah
Staff Experiences in the Victoria University’s First Year College during the Transition to Block Mode Teaching                        66-82
Humberto Oraison, Loretta Konjarski, Janet Young, Samuel Howe, Andrew Smallridge
IBILTA Afterword - Steven Hayward  (Colorado College)

Mission Statement

The mission of the Journal of Block and Intensive Learning and Teaching is to publish best scholarship and practice in the field of block and intensive learning and teaching.

About JBILT

The Journal of Block and Intensive Learning and Teaching (JBILT) is a peer-reviewed publication
which is currently accepting applications for new reviewers. The Journal is a scholarly and
practitioner journal that publishes quality work in the field of block and intensive mode delivery
to enhance teaching, advance scholarship, and promote experiential learning. All submissions are
subject to a double-blind peer review process. The Journal is an online journal and accessible on
the International Block and Intensive Learning and Teaching Association (IBILTA) Web page.
The Journal of Block and Intensive Learning and Teaching is published twice a year.

About J-BILT

Benefits of Publishing in JBILT

•   A constructive peer review of your work

•   Exposure of your work to a global audience

•   The opportunity to share your expertise with people at peer institutions

•   The option for open access publication which provides maximum visibility for your work

•   Free access to the journal content

•   Opportunity to publish in special conference and thematic journal issues

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General Submission Guidelines

•   Author details on the title page (name, position, institution, address, e-mail, ORCID number(s) for all               authors whenever available)

•   An abstract of no more than 300 words

•   Maximum 20 pages (shorter papers will be accepted for review)

•  Manuscripts have to be written in APA-Style 7 English      APA-7

•  Manuscript files have to be in Microsoft Word

•  Single-spaced

•  Not under review at any other journal and not have been previously published

Author Guidelines

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Editorial Board

Loretta Konjarski <loretta.konjarski@vu.edu.au>              Victoria University

Alan McWilliams <alan.mcwilliams@vu.edu.au>               Victoria University

Bert Oraison <bert.oraison@vu.edu.au>                            Victoria University

Puspha Sinnayah <puspha.sinnayah@vu.edu.au>             Victoria University

Meghan Yamanishi <myamanishi@cornellcollege.edu>   Cornell College

Christian Gilde <christian.gilde@umwestern.edu>           University of Montana Western

Stephen Bigger <stephen.bigger@vu.edu.au>                 Victoria University

Thomas Yeager <thomas.yeager@vu.edu.au>                  Victoria University     (Web Support) 

Call for Reviewers

The Journal of Block and Intensive Learning and Teaching (J-BILT) is a peer-reviewed publication which is currently accepting applications for new reviewers. The Journal  is a scholarly and practitioner journal that publishes the best work in the field of block and intensive mode delivery to enhance teaching, advance the scholarship, and promote experiential learning. We are looking for experienced educators to serve as reviewers for the Journal. To apply, please send your most recent Curriculum Vitae to admin@ibilta.org .  

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Call for Papers

Please refer to the General Submission Guidelines for specifics of paper submission.

   Please click on the button below to submit paper or submit to"admin@ibilta.org".

                     Deadline 31st January  2024  for the third edition of the journal 

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