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Defusing Escalating Situations, Louis Lamont Fletcher PhD, David Allen Watson 2024 School District 49 (Colorado)

Defusing Escalating Situations, Louis Lamont Fletcher Phd, David Allen Watson

National Youth Advocacy and Resilience Conference

The Executive Director of Facilities and Operations and the Director of Safety and Security for a Colorado School district with 28,000 students will share tools, techniques, and experiences with conflict resolution. The presenters will outline the recognizable precursors to conflict, the importance of the individual's initial reaction, and provide tools to facilitate de-escalation. This interactive presentation provides relevant tools to de-escalate conflicts between peers, supervisors and subordinates, teachers and students, teachers and parents, school security officers and students, superintendents and board members, and school districts and community members.


The Impact Of Institutional Support On African American Male College Students: A Phenomenological Analysis, Samuel Leron Speed 2024 Louisiana Tech University

The Impact Of Institutional Support On African American Male College Students: A Phenomenological Analysis, Samuel Leron Speed

Doctoral Dissertations

This study is a powerful call to action for higher education institutions to recognize and address the unique challenges of African American male college students. Through a qualitative phenomenological approach grounded in Swail's (2004) Framework for Student Success, the study sheds light on the institutional factors that impact the lives of these students. The research design utilized semi-structured interviews with seven African American male participants, and the analysis reveals codes, clusters, and themes that emerged from their narratives, providing valuable insights into the impact of institutional support on their lives. The study highlights the importance of peer support, the challenges …


Determining Students’ Personality Traits According To Parental Perspectives: A Scale Development Study, Cengiz Aglar, Tuncay Dilci 2024 Sivas Cumhuriyet University

Determining Students’ Personality Traits According To Parental Perspectives: A Scale Development Study, Cengiz Aglar, Tuncay Dilci

Journal of Global Education and Research

The educational community recognizes individual differences, but it is important to fully address them in educational settings. While there are existing studies on personality traits, none focus on the personality traits of students aged 6-18. This study aims to fill this gap, as personality traits significantly influence personal, academic, and professional life. Understanding student personalities allows for the development of more effective educational programs, facilitating their full potential. The study included parents of 2,229 students from a population of 16,505,271 aged 6-18 in Turkiye. Through exploratory factor analysis (EFA), a reliable 61-item 5-point Likert scale (α = .942) was …


Inclusive Settings In Belizean Primary Schools: A Focus On Teacher Practices, Katherine A. Curry, Jentre Olsen, Ed Harris, Candy Garnett, Dian Danderson 2024 Oklahoma State University

Inclusive Settings In Belizean Primary Schools: A Focus On Teacher Practices, Katherine A. Curry, Jentre Olsen, Ed Harris, Candy Garnett, Dian Danderson

Journal of Global Education and Research

Educators in Belize are charged with ensuring that all Belizeans are given an opportunity to acquire a quality education that promotes personal development and productive citizenship. Consequently, Belizean law now requires all children from ages five through fourteen to attend at least eight years of primary school. Students with special needs have historically not received accommodations in the education system, so many teachers struggle with meeting the needs of students with learning disabilities in these inclusive settings. This qualitative case study explored teaching strategies and contextual factors in inclusive primary classrooms in Belize and was conducted in the form of …


“Roadblocks And Passageways”: Pandemic Lessons For Helping Graduate Students Survive And Thrive In Times Of Crisis, Eunsong Park, Corey S. Shdaimah, Nikita Aggarwal, Amy Garzón-Hampton 2024 University of Maryland, Baltimore

“Roadblocks And Passageways”: Pandemic Lessons For Helping Graduate Students Survive And Thrive In Times Of Crisis, Eunsong Park, Corey S. Shdaimah, Nikita Aggarwal, Amy Garzón-Hampton

Journal of Graduate Education Research

Graduate students and universities continue to be challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic. This qualitative study explored how U.S. graduate students (n=19) experienced and navigated pandemic challenges to their education using by Pierre Bourdieu’s concepts of habitus, capital, and field. Respondents’ abilities to manage changes caused by the pandemic were largely dependent on the capital they or their informal networks had and the field where they positioned during pre-pandemic and pandemic. Institutions’ characteristics and supports greatly influenced students’ habitus and sense of belonging. Study respondents’ ability to maintain their educational trajectories was tied to both their assessment of their institution as …


Academic Citizenship As Civic Professionalism, Elizabeth A. Jach 2024 University at Albany, State University of New York

Academic Citizenship As Civic Professionalism, Elizabeth A. Jach

New York Journal of Student Affairs

In this essay, I argue that academic citizenship needs to be focused on civic professionalism. Too often, individualism renders undue costs to the broader academic community. Looking to research in higher education on civic professionalism, I argue that its tenets, which focus on contributing to the community, can allow those of us in academia to realize for ourselves what we want for our students and future generations. I employ the lens of an ecological framework to illustrate the possibilities and priorities of viewing and implementing academic citizenship as civic professionalism.


20240219: John Marshall Materials, 1998-2001, John Deaver Drinko Academy 2024 Marshall University

20240219: John Marshall Materials, 1998-2001, John Deaver Drinko Academy

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the office of the John Deaver Drinko Academy at Marshall University. Items were received in 2024 via Dr. Monsterrat Miller regarding historic information about John Marshall, including his history, various events, research, a photograph, and his genealogy. Please download the finding aid for a full list of contents.


Comments From The Editor, Robert M. Mangione, Susan V. Iverson 2024 Stony Brook University

Comments From The Editor, Robert M. Mangione, Susan V. Iverson

New York Journal of Student Affairs

Editor comments for Volume 24.


The Gen Z Heritage Learner: Redefining The Shl Program For A Post-Pandemic Generation, Alejandro Acero Ayuda 2024 Texas A&M University-San Antonio

The Gen Z Heritage Learner: Redefining The Shl Program For A Post-Pandemic Generation, Alejandro Acero Ayuda

11th National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language

The purpose of this presentation is to reflect on some of the perspectives, beliefs and policies that lie behind the definition, understanding and framework of ‘success’ (Beaudrie, 2020) according to the Spanish Heritage Language (SHL) programs, and the design on which these programs rely to develop their curricular foundation for the upcoming generation of heritage learners.

How ‘success’ materializes depends on what is the specific profile of Heritage Language Speaker (HLS) used as reference according to each SHL program’s perspective (Carreira, 2012). The larger vision upheld on what is the SHL Education specific purpose, deeply influences the theories and perspectives …


Moving Forward In The Wake Of The Pandemic: Shifting From Schools Acting Alone To Engaged Partnerships With Families And Communities, Sheri S. Williams 2024 University of New Mexico

Moving Forward In The Wake Of The Pandemic: Shifting From Schools Acting Alone To Engaged Partnerships With Families And Communities, Sheri S. Williams

The William & Mary Educational Review

Workplace shortages are a top concern for schools in times of calm and even more troubling in times of stress. Burnout is especially widespread in stressful situations of disrupted learning, trauma, and discord (e.g., Diliberti & Schwartz, 2022; Thomas et al., 2019). In the wake of the pandemic, educators struggled to deal with the stressors on their own (IES, 2022). It became clear that schools could no longer work in isolation. Moving forward in the wake of the pandemic required an intentional shift in purpose from isolated classrooms to interconnected partnerships with families and communities. In the path to recovery, …


20240215: Assorted Materials, 1927-2024, Marshall University 2024 Marshall University

20240215: Assorted Materials, 1927-2024, Marshall University

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the Office of the President, University Communications, Libraries and Special Collections, and other special groups and organizations. This is not an exhaustive list. Please download the finding aid for a full list of contents.


Table Of Contents, 2024 Bard College

Table Of Contents

Early College Folio

(2023) "Table of Contents," Early College Folio: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 1. Available at: https://digitalcommons.bard.edu/earlycollegefolio/vol3/iss1/1


20240214: West Virginia College Of Graduate Studies (Wvcogs) Sample Forms, Graduate College 2024 Marshall University

20240214: West Virginia College Of Graduate Studies (Wvcogs) Sample Forms, Graduate College

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies (WVCOGS) and what is now part of Marshall University from 1958-1999. Items were received in 2024 and include sample application, forms, and letters that would have been produced by the organization when it was operational.


20240213: Drinko Academy Materials, 2024, John Deaver Drinko Academy 2024 Marshall University

20240213: Drinko Academy Materials, 2024, John Deaver Drinko Academy

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the office of the John Deaver Drinko Academy at Marshall University from 2024. Items were received in 2024 via attending the event this collection documents. Included in this collection is an invitation to attend the Brent Leggs lecture with the Drinko Academy and the Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum Lecture, the program from this event, and Black History Month 2024 poster winner and two runner-ups. Please download the finding aid for a full list of contents.


Visibility Of Entry-Level Doctor Of Physical Therapy Program's Mission, Vision, And Value Statement And Alignment With Professional Values, Matthew Vraa, Coral Crew-Noble, Orquidia Frausto, Rada Kerimova 2024 Northwest University, Kirkland

Visibility Of Entry-Level Doctor Of Physical Therapy Program's Mission, Vision, And Value Statement And Alignment With Professional Values, Matthew Vraa, Coral Crew-Noble, Orquidia Frausto, Rada Kerimova

Journal of Innovation in Health Sciences Education

Introduction. This study aimed to assess the accessibility and alignment of core statements (mission, vision, and values) in entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) programs across the United States with the core beliefs of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).

Method. Two independent reviewers searched publicly available resources for the core statements of 271 Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) accredited DPT programs. The statements were cross-referenced against APTA Standards of Practice and Core Values. Descriptive statistical analysis assessed the public availability of program statements and their alignment with APTA core beliefs.

Results. Among the programs, 95.6% had …


20081111.3; 19730002; 20010213: American Association Of University Women, Publications, And Marshall Sesquicentennial Documents, 1964-2005, Marshall University 2024 Marshall University

20081111.3; 19730002; 20010213: American Association Of University Women, Publications, And Marshall Sesquicentennial Documents, 1964-2005, Marshall University

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from various departments at Marshall University from 1964-2005. For some reason, our predecessors included three separate collections into this one box, I have outlined the accession numbers included via this collection (20081111.3; 19730002; 20010213). Please download the finding aid for a full list of contents.


20240206: Propaganda "Vertical File" Built By Libraries, 1920-1975, University Libraries 2024 Marshall University

20240206: Propaganda "Vertical File" Built By Libraries, 1920-1975, University Libraries

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the University Libraries at Marshall University from 1920-1975. Items were created by an unknown Library employee likely sometime in the 1970s or 1980s but this collection was not "known" to anyone in the library until it was accessioned in 2024. Items were in a box labeled "propaganda" and likely serves as a Vertical File for various research topics that extends outside the university and its history. Although not something normally kept in the Archives, this demonstrates a way that someone would have done research in a time prior to the Internet. Please download the finding …


Medical School Middle Managers Learning To Successfully Work With Leadership To Navigate Organizational Change, Elizabeth G. Smith 2024 University of New England

Medical School Middle Managers Learning To Successfully Work With Leadership To Navigate Organizational Change, Elizabeth G. Smith

Doctor of Education Program Dissertations

There is a lapse in research exploring middle managers at medical schools during an organizational change. The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to examine the perceptions of middle managers during an organizational change to mitigate burnout and build resilience. The literature reviewed explored how stressors from organizational changes may impact medical school middle managers, leading to feeling less secure about their position and increasing middle managers’ stress leading to burnout. For an organizational change to be successful, middle managers must build trust with their staff, communicate with middle managers, and engage middle managers in the change process. Burnout …


Leadership Reflections Of The Pandemic: Perceptions From Aspiring Assistant Principals, Terrance McNeil, Trinetia Respress, Soala Dede, Jenna Lehman 2024 Tennessee State University

Leadership Reflections Of The Pandemic: Perceptions From Aspiring Assistant Principals, Terrance Mcneil, Trinetia Respress, Soala Dede, Jenna Lehman

The Journal of the Research Association of Minority Professors

The initial COVID-19 outbreak within the United States necessitated the implementation of rapid safety measures, prompting educational leadership to establish unprecedented protocols. In the spring of 2020, schools throughout Tennessee closed for in-person learning before re-opening with new protocols in the fall. The purpose of this study was to gain insight from Tennessee educators about the challenges they faced because of these educational protocols enacted by leadership. The study employed a phenomenological qualitative design. The study sample was comprised of ten educators enrolled in the Tennessee Department of Education's Aspiring Assistant Principal Network. The data were collected using open-ended interview …


2024-02-02 Agenda Book, Morehead State University. Board of Regents. 2024 Morehead State University

2024-02-02 Agenda Book, Morehead State University. Board Of Regents.

Morehead State Board of Regents Agenda Books and Meeting Minutes

Agenda booklet for the Board of Regents meeting of February 2, 2024 held at Mt. Sterling, which includes the meeting minutes of the meeting held on November 1, 2023.


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