Role Of Motivation In Learning Course On Hrm Student Achievement Program Management Studies, 2015 university pgri adi buana
Role Of Motivation In Learning Course On Hrm Student Achievement Program Management Studies, Priyono Iyon Priyono Management, Ilham Thaief Ilham Ilham Management, Rahayu Puji Suci Poppy Poppy Management
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Conducted research on motivation goal is to find and examine whether motivation to have a role in a student 's success in obtaining good grades . . Motivating role in the repair process of studying the subject management Department , University of Surabaya BUANA PGRI ADI carried on half anomalies Human Resource Management academic year 2010/2011 . This learning process improvement tool is to improve student achievement that took HRM subjects , by providing motivation to learn by trial and discussions at the beginning of the treatment course. The method developed in this learning process improvements to take medication or to motivate students to ...
Exploration Of The Relationships Between And Among Role Strain, Faculty Stress, And Organizational Support For Clinical Nurse Faculty Faced With A Decision To Assign A Failing Grade, 2015 Seton Hall University
Exploration Of The Relationships Between And Among Role Strain, Faculty Stress, And Organizational Support For Clinical Nurse Faculty Faced With A Decision To Assign A Failing Grade, Jeannie Couper
Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)
Despite a stressful process, Clinical Nurse Faculty (CNF) are ultimately responsible for assigning a grade indicating that a student successfully met clinical course outcomes and standards of safe practice required to progress (Amicucci, 2012). The purpose of this descriptive correlational study was to explore the relationships between perceived role strain (PRS), perceived faculty stress (PFS), and perceived organizational support (POS) for CNF who faced the decision to assign a failing grade to a student in a clinical practicum. A national sample of 390 predominantly full-time, female, experienced CNF teaching in undergraduate and graduate nursing programs completed the online survey consisting ...
The Rise Of Adhd And Effects Of Alternative Treatment In Adolescents, 2015 Dominican University of California
The Rise Of Adhd And Effects Of Alternative Treatment In Adolescents, Jennifer Villarina
Scholarly and Creative Works Conference
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a syndrome that makes it difficult for people to focus, control behavior and regulate activity. Many with ADHD move constantly and are impulsive. They cannot seem to follow directions and are easily bored or frustrated with tasks. Although these behaviors are normally observed in children, they are more severe in those with ADHD. The symptoms of ADHD make it difficult for children to function at school and home. Exposure to toxins, injury to the brain and imbalance of neurotransmitters can affect the development of the brain (LeFever, Arcona & Antonuccio, 2003). The most common way ...
Student Learning In High-Impact Practice Mass Communication Courses, 2015 California State University - Fullerton
Student Learning In High-Impact Practice Mass Communication Courses, Douglas J. Swanson Ed.D Apr
Douglas J. Swanson, Ed.D APR
College and university high-impact practice (HIP) courses involve students in intensive values-focused learning inside and/ or outside of the traditional classroom environment. Much research has documented that participation in HIPs increases student retention and graduation rates. At the same time, the nontraditional learning structure of an HIP course can complicate a thorough assessment of student learning. Anecdotal evidence reflects strong involvement in HIPs by mass communication programs, although communication efforts in this regard are not as well documented in the literature as efforts in other fields. This essay briefly defines HIPs and presents an appropriate theory that would guide HIPs ...
Collaboration, Competencies And The Classroom: A Public Health Approach, 2015 University of Guelph
Collaboration, Competencies And The Classroom: A Public Health Approach, Lauren E. Wallar, Andrew Papadopoulos
The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
The University of Guelph Master of Public Health program is a professional degree program that seeks to prepare graduates to meet complex public health needs by developing their proficiency in the 36 public health core competencies. Provision of experiential learning opportunities, such as a semester-long practicum, is part of student development. In the Fall 2013 semester, a new opportunity was introduced in which small groups of students were paired with local public health professionals to complete a capstone business plan assignment that addressed a current public health issue. However, the impact of this external collaboration on the student learning experience ...
Solid Angles Subtended By The Platonic Solids (Regular Polyhedra) At Their Vertices, 2015 M.M.M. University of Technology, Gorakhpur-273010 (UP) India
Solid Angles Subtended By The Platonic Solids (Regular Polyhedra) At Their Vertices, Harish Chandra Rajpoot Rajpoot Hcr
Harish Chandra Rajpoot H.C. Rajpoot
The solid angles subtended at the vertices by all five platonic solids (regular polyhedrons) have been calculated by the author Mr H.C. Rajpoot by using standard formula of solid angle. These are the standard values of solid angles for all five platonic solids i.e. regular tetrahedron, regular hexahedron (cube), regular octahedron, regular dodecahedron & regular icosahedron useful for the analysis of platonic solids.
Modified Kardashian Index (Mk-Index): A Measure Of Discrepant Social Media Profile For Scientists, 2015 Research Support Unit, Centre for Research Services, Institute of Research Management and Monitoring (IPPP), University of Malaya, Malaysia
Modified Kardashian Index (Mk-Index): A Measure Of Discrepant Social Media Profile For Scientists, Nader Ale Ebrahim
Nader Ale Ebrahim
This study propose a “Modified Kardashian index” (MK-index), a measure of discrepancy between a scientist’s publication record and social media based on the Hall (2014) K-index. A direct comparison of numbers of citations on Google Scholar and Twitter followers, are used to measure the MK-Index.
Mathematical Analysis Of Tetrahedron (Solid Angle Subtended By Any Tetrahedron At Its Vertex), 2015 M.M.M. University of Technology, Gorakhpur-273010 (UP) India
Mathematical Analysis Of Tetrahedron (Solid Angle Subtended By Any Tetrahedron At Its Vertex), Harish Chandra Rajpoot Rajpoot Hcr
Harish Chandra Rajpoot H.C. Rajpoot
All the articles have been derived by the author Mr H.C. Rajpoot by using HCR's Inverse cosine formula & HCR's Theory of Polygon. These formula are very practical & simple to apply in case of any tetrahedron to calculate the internal (dihedral) angles between the consecutive lateral faces meeting at any of four vertices & the solid angle subtended by it (tetrahedron) at the vertex when the angles between the consecutive edges meeting at the same vertex are known. These are the generalized formula which can also be applied in case of three faces meeting at the vertex of various ...
Searching Smart With Standards: Using Curriculum Standards To Find Educational Resources In Digital Libraries, 2015 Utah State University
Searching Smart With Standards: Using Curriculum Standards To Find Educational Resources In Digital Libraries, Anne R. Diekema, Sheri Haderlie
ITLS Faculty Publications
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Visualizing Knowledge Networks In Online Courses, 2015 Institute for Transformational Learning, University of Texas System
Visualizing Knowledge Networks In Online Courses, Marni Baker-Stein, Sean York, Brian Dashew
As networking platforms have become more ubiquitous in the personal consumer space, data derived from social interaction is increasingly being used in the commercial space to analyze markets, make decisions, and develop new, personalized tools. However, even as social tools and design develop a presence in the learning space, research using social data to develop new understandings about knowledge production, teaching, and learning in online social learning spaces is fairly limited. This article is a practitioners’ progress report on a research collaboration between Columbia University School of Continuing Education and Pearson Higher Education Technology, established with the goal of developing ...
Using Early Warning Signs To Predict Academic Risk In Interactive, Blended Teaching Environments, 2015 University of Texas at Austin
Using Early Warning Signs To Predict Academic Risk In Interactive, Blended Teaching Environments, Julie Schell, Brian Lukoff, Cassandre Alvarado
In this paper, we demonstrate how we used on and off-line data to chart a path early on in the semester for improving course-level student success in a blended, flipped physics classroom. The purpose of this study is to offer an evidence-based process for identifying characteristics correlated with student academic underachievement at the course level in blended, interactive teaching environments that qualify as early warning signs and to recommend early intervention points.We hypothesize that students’ beliefs that they can reach a high level of achievement in a course, defined as their self-reported, perceived academic self-efficacy, will have a strong ...
The Effectiveness Of E‐Coaching In Rural Science Classrooms, 2015 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
The Effectiveness Of E‐Coaching In Rural Science Classrooms, Gwen Nugent
DBER Speaker Series
This presentation will present final results of a research project funded by the U.S. Department of Education and conducted by the National Center for Research on Rural Education at UNL. The study is a randomized control trial with 119 rural middle and high school science teachers in Nebraska and Iowa. It examines the impact of professional development on guided scientific inquiry with technologydelivered follow‐up coaching (treatment) versus no professional development (control) on teacher and student inquiry knowledge, skills, self‐efficacy and attitudes. This presentation will provide an overview of the project, focusing on the coaching processes and procedures ...
Surveying Student Perspectives Of Quality: Value Of Qm Rubric Items, 2015 Penn State World Campus
Surveying Student Perspectives Of Quality: Value Of Qm Rubric Items, Penny Ralston-Berg
The Quality Matters (QM) Rubric is based on academic research. A national survey was conducted to compare QM Rubric item numerical rankings with student rankings of quality elements. Results of the survey are shared.
Beliefs Regarding Faculty Participation In Peer Reviews Of Online Courses, 2015 Texas A&M University-Central Texas
Beliefs Regarding Faculty Participation In Peer Reviews Of Online Courses, Andria F. Schwegler, Barbara W. Altman, Lisa M. Bunkowski
Prior to implementing a voluntary, unofficial Quality Matters peer review process for online courses at our institution, several faculty members openly expressed concerns about the process. To systematically identify and examine how highly endorsed these beliefs actually were, we used the Theory of Planned Behavior (Ajzen, 1985) to investigate faculty beliefs and their plans to participate in the peer review. This behavior prediction model provided a logical theoretical basis for this investigation because it targets intentions to perform volitional behaviors and directly examines salient beliefs underlying attitudes, subjective norms, and perceived behavioral control toward the behavior. Though differences in belief ...
Developing A Community Of Practice (Cop) Through Interdisciplinary Research On Flipped Classrooms, 2015 West Virginia State University
Developing A Community Of Practice (Cop) Through Interdisciplinary Research On Flipped Classrooms, Bobbie Seyedmonir, Kevin Barry, Mehdi Seyedmonir
This article describes an interdisciplinary research project that resulted from the creation of a community of practice (CoP) for faculty teaching blended and online courses at a small, historically black university. Using a flipped-classroom approach, two modules of a Principles of Biology course were redesigned. Already-created PowerPoints were converted to screencasts and homework was completed in small groups during class. Results showed that students in the flipped classroom performed better on application-type questions but showed no difference on overall test scores or on knowledge-type questions. A survey of student perceptions found that students liked the autonomy to watch content videos ...
Effect Of Student Readiness On Student Success In Online Courses, 2015 College of Southern Maryland
Effect Of Student Readiness On Student Success In Online Courses, Leah A. Geiger, Daphne Morris, Susan L. Suboez, Kay Shattuck, Arthur Viterito
This research determined the effect of student readiness on student success in online courses that were of quality course design; were taught by experienced, engaging instructors; and were delivered within a well-supported and familiar Learning Management System (LMS). The research team hypothesized that student success in well-designed courses (those that meet the Quality Matters standards) and that are taught by experienced, engaging faculty is most influenced by student readiness factors, including individual attributes (such as motivation), life factors, comprehension, general knowledge, reading rate and recall, and typing speed and accuracy. A goal of the study was to determine which of ...
Many Shades Of Moocs, 2015 The Quality Matters Program
Many Shades Of Moocs, Deborah Adair, Susan W. Alman, Danielle Budzick, Linda M. Grisham, Mary E. Mancini, A. Sasha Thackaberry
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) represent an innovation in teaching and learning around which there is keen interest and much experimentation. MOOCs are being developed using different pedagogical approaches for different purposes and for different audiences. Starting with a theoretical framework to identify significant differences in basic approaches to MOOCs, this paper presents a set of four case studies of MOOCs developed and delivered in 2013 by four different institutions, community colleges as well as universities, on four different platforms with different approaches, purposes, and intended audiences. An examination of the association between the purpose and audience of these MOOCs ...
Measuring Online Course Design: A Comparative Analysis, 2015 The University of Toledo
Measuring Online Course Design: A Comparative Analysis, Jiyu You, Sue Ann Hochberg, Phoebe Ballard, Mingli Xiao, Anthony Walters
This paper investigated the differences between students' and QM peer reviewers’ perspectives of essential QM standards in three online courses. The results indicated that both peer reviewers and students share the same point of view in regard to evidencing the standards. However, they differed significantly regarding three of the essential standards. Factors that might cause the discrepancy are further discussed.
Continuous Improvement Of The Qm Rubric And Review Processes: Scholarship Of Integration And Application, 2015 The Quality Matters Program
Continuous Improvement Of The Qm Rubric And Review Processes: Scholarship Of Integration And Application, Kay Shattuck, Whitney Alicia Zimmerman, Deborah Adair
Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer review process that is designed to certify the quality of online and blended courses. QM is a leader in quality assurance for online education and has received national recognition for its scalable, peer-based approach and continuous improvement in online education and student learning. Regular, robust review and refreshment of the QM Rubric and processes keep them current, practical, and applicable across academic disciplines and academic levels. The review ensures validity in the set of quality standards that make up the Rubric. An overview of the regular review of the QM Rubric and process ...
Get Rid Of The Gray: Make Accessibility More Black And White!, 2015 American Public University System
Get Rid Of The Gray: Make Accessibility More Black And White!, Erin Blauvelt
The Quality Matters Rubric (Quality Matters, 2011), a nationally recognized benchmark for the quality of the design of online courses, holds accessibility as an essential element of a high-quality online course. Creating and editing courses with accessible elements can be difficult, both in understanding and in process, as being able to interpret and administer the technical standards of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (1998) takes time and study. Customizing a definition of accessibility in online courses and creating the specific elements and best practices for an institution is essential in carrying out a plan for editing and ...