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The Impact Of Online Instruction On Fourth Grade Students’ Reading Self-Efficacy And Achievement, Chad Wickard 2018 Olivet Nazarene University

The Impact Of Online Instruction On Fourth Grade Students’ Reading Self-Efficacy And Achievement, Chad Wickard

Scholar Week 2016 - present

This quantitative, quasi-experimental study examined the relationships between self-efficacy and reading achievement as mediated by an online instructional delivery system called MobyMax® over a period of time between a pretest and a posttest. The sources of self-efficacy were also investigated for the individual contribution of each of the four sources; process accomplishments or mastery experiences, vicarious experience, verbal persuasion, and physiological states. Finally, the current study explored the relationships across gender and ethnicity (White, Black, Hispanic, and other). Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) was used to organize the data using a mixed factorial ANOVA to analyze the interventions ...


A Mixed Methods Study: The Impact Of Self-Regulated Learning On L2 Writing And Strategy Use, Mohammed Almazloum 2018 The University of Western Ontario

A Mixed Methods Study: The Impact Of Self-Regulated Learning On L2 Writing And Strategy Use, Mohammed Almazloum

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

This convergent mixed methods study aimed to find out how a self-regulated learning (SRL) instructional intervention could impact the Palestinian students’ second language (L2) writing and strategy use. L2 writers face common writing challenges, including but not limited to a lack of competences, effective writing approach, proactive planning, motivation, and self-efficacy (Hammad, 2016). Helping the students to overcome their challenges, improve their L2 writing, and become self-regulated writers was an expected outcome of the study. The study was informed by the social cognitive theory of SRL that views successful writers as proactive and self-regulated learners. In the quantitative part, a ...


Honors Research Symposium Program Spring 2018, Georgia Southern University 2018 Georgia Southern University

Honors Research Symposium Program Spring 2018, Georgia Southern University

University Honors Program Publications

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Eliciting Student Voice To Explore The Need For Culturally Responsive Teaching In Secondary Schools, Henna Lopez Rahimi 2018 Dominican University of California

Eliciting Student Voice To Explore The Need For Culturally Responsive Teaching In Secondary Schools, Henna Lopez Rahimi

Scholarly & Creative Works Conference 2018

The aim of this research was to elicit student voice in regard to school climate, belonging, racial identity, and culturally responsive teaching, to glean a greater understanding of the academic achievement gap in a secondary school with predominantly White students and a minority group of students of color. Current studies are limited when it comes student perspective on the effects of culturally responsive teaching, identity formation, belonging, and school climate in this specific demographic. The purpose of this research is to discover how students experience culturally responsive practices and to understand how school programs, extracurricular programs, and actions by other ...


Recess Preparation And Reflection For Supporting Social Connectedness, Elizabeth Teasdale Wells 2018 Dominican University of California

Recess Preparation And Reflection For Supporting Social Connectedness, Elizabeth Teasdale Wells

Scholarly & Creative Works Conference 2018

This project examines the effects of how recess preparation and reflection can be focused on providing students an opportunity to connect socially and strengthen overall happiness. By investigating the role social satisfaction plays in a child’s life during recess, educators may gain knowledge about how to foster social connectedness for every child. While most studies about recess focus on a child’s level of physical activity or negative behaviors, researchers have yet to investigate recess as a place to improve a child’s well-being and social satisfaction. This study was conducted at an elementary school through qualitative interviews and ...


Stronger Together: Team Teaching As A Strategy To Curb Burnout, Boost Teacher Efficacy, And Increase Student Engagement, Jenna Degan 2018 Dominican University of California

Stronger Together: Team Teaching As A Strategy To Curb Burnout, Boost Teacher Efficacy, And Increase Student Engagement, Jenna Degan

Scholarly & Creative Works Conference 2018

The focus of this study was to determine impacts of team teaching on teacher efficacy, burnout, and student engagement in the elementary school setting. Few if any studies have examined the relationship between team teaching and elementary school teachers’ feelings of efficacy and burnout. The purpose of this study was to determine if team teaching was a viable and workable approach for teachers in the elementary school settings. In other words, is this a strategy that teachers enjoy? The methods employed in this study were qualitative. Three participants who were currently team teaching from the same elementary school were interviewed ...


Expanding The Walls Of The Classroom: Difficulties And Successes In Expedition Based Learning, Jaime Evans 2018 Dominican University of California

Expanding The Walls Of The Classroom: Difficulties And Successes In Expedition Based Learning, Jaime Evans

Scholarly & Creative Works Conference 2018

When planned and executed with purpose and precision, expedition based, experiential education can deepen student learning, increase engagement, and help close the achievement gap. Yet, this approach to education remains the exception, rather than the norm in a standard public high school setting. The purpose of this research project is to better understand the experiences that teachers and administrators have when planning and executing expeditions, and to explore the obstacles that prevent and/or inhibit teachers from teaching outside the classroom.


Post – Doctoral Education Research Project, John A. Henschke EdD, Suwithida Charungkaittikul 2018 Lindenwood University

Post – Doctoral Education Research Project, John A. Henschke Edd, Suwithida Charungkaittikul

IACE Hall of Fame Repository

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Post – Doctoral Education Research Project, John A. Henschke EdD, Suwithida Charungkaittikul 2018 Lindenwood University

Post – Doctoral Education Research Project, John A. Henschke Edd, Suwithida Charungkaittikul

IACE Hall of Fame Repository

No abstract provided.


From Outside To Online: Unanticipated Directions For Utah Master Naturalist, Mark Larese-Casanova, Jennifer Perkins 2018 Utah State University

From Outside To Online: Unanticipated Directions For Utah Master Naturalist, Mark Larese-Casanova, Jennifer Perkins

Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence

Utah Master Naturalist is an award-winning Utah State University Extension program that promotes stewardship of Utah’s natural world through place-based, experiential field courses across the state. Although successful in eliciting positive short- and long-term impacts, Utah Master Naturalist’s traditional five-day field courses were unavailable to many students and instructors due to constraints of time and location. This case study examines Utah Master Naturalist’s first hybrid course, Desert Explorations, and describes the positive results from our pilot study, how a hybrid course solves availability issues, and how field-based learning theories can be adapted to online education through careful ...


Chemistry Professors' Perceptions Of Undergraduate Learning, Tanya Chichekian, Olivia (Liv) Hua, Bruce M. Shore 2018 Universite du Quebec a Montreal

Chemistry Professors' Perceptions Of Undergraduate Learning, Tanya Chichekian, Olivia (Liv) Hua, Bruce M. Shore

The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

This study investigated 27 chemistry professors’ perceptions of learning in undergraduate education and their suggestions for adopting an inquiry-based pedagogical approach to teaching and learning. Semistructured interviews revealed that two thirds of participants perceived undergraduate learning in traditional ways such as the acquisition of basic facts in a discipline. One fifth perceived undergraduate education as an active way of learning, specifically taking advantage of existing opportunities for students to engage in research experiences. Four professors described learning as a balance between the roles undertaken by students and instructors, namely students becoming more involved in the process of asking questions. Suggestions ...


Between Knowing And Learning: New Instructors' Experiences In Active Learning Classrooms, Andrea Phillipson, Annie Riel, Andy B. Leger 2018 Queen's University

Between Knowing And Learning: New Instructors' Experiences In Active Learning Classrooms, Andrea Phillipson, Annie Riel, Andy B. Leger

The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Over the past 20 years, interest in the impact of space on teaching and learning has grown, and higher education institutions have responded by creating Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs)—spaces designed to promote active, student-centred learning. While ALC research has explored teaching methods, student experience, and student learning, less is known about how teaching in these spaces affects instructors. We contribute to this discussion by investigating teachers’ educational development in these spaces. We asked new instructors to reflect on their ALC experiences, exploring their pre-course preparation and their perceptions about themselves, their students, and teaching and learning. Their reflections revealed ...


Reply: Superglue & Educational Considerations, Raghav Bhargava, James H.A. Hassall 2018 Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre

Reply: Superglue & Educational Considerations, Raghav Bhargava, James H.A. Hassall

International Journal of First Aid Education

No abstract provided.


Stuck On You And Other Problems With Superglue, Nathan Charlton, E.M. Singletary 2018 University of Virginia and American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council

Stuck On You And Other Problems With Superglue, Nathan Charlton, E.M. Singletary

International Journal of First Aid Education

No abstract provided.


Challenges And Opportunities In Rural Nursing Preceptorship: What Multimedia Participant Action Reveals (Défis Et Possibilités Du Préceptorat Infirmier En Milieu Rural : Ce Qu’Une Participation Multimédia Révèle), Olive Yonge, Florence L. Luhanga, Vicki C. Foley, Deirdre M. Jackman, Florence Myrick, Tracy Oosterbroek 2018 University of Alberta

Challenges And Opportunities In Rural Nursing Preceptorship: What Multimedia Participant Action Reveals (Défis Et Possibilités Du Préceptorat Infirmier En Milieu Rural : Ce Qu’Une Participation Multimédia Révèle), Olive Yonge, Florence L. Luhanga, Vicki C. Foley, Deirdre M. Jackman, Florence Myrick, Tracy Oosterbroek

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

Background: Rural health care sites struggle to attract new nurses, owing to a widespread perception that the hardships of rural practice far outweigh the benefits. Preceptorships are a key means of recruiting nursing staff to rural locations, but innovative, firsthand messaging is needed to promote rural preceptorships and nursing careers. Objectives: The researchers sought to elicit compelling, multimedia, firsthand accounts of the challenges and opportunities of rural preceptorship through participant action. Additional goals were to explore the ways in which participants reify their experiences through digital media, and the potential for digitally-based participant action research to empower participants. Methods: The ...


La Classe Inversée: Impact Sur Le Sentiment D'Efficacité Personnelle Et L'Utilisation Des Résultats Probants Chez Des Étudiantes En Sciences Infirmières (Flipped Classroom: Impact On Self-Efficacy And Evidence-Based Practice For Nursing Students), Laurence Harvey, Marjolaine Héon, Jacinthe I. Pepin, Louise Boyer 2018 Université de Montréal

La Classe Inversée: Impact Sur Le Sentiment D'Efficacité Personnelle Et L'Utilisation Des Résultats Probants Chez Des Étudiantes En Sciences Infirmières (Flipped Classroom: Impact On Self-Efficacy And Evidence-Based Practice For Nursing Students), Laurence Harvey, Marjolaine Héon, Jacinthe I. Pepin, Louise Boyer

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière


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Contexte : La pratique fondée sur des résultats probants (PFRP) s’impose comme l’approche de préférence quant à la prise de décisions cliniques afin de répondre à la complexité croissante des situations de santé (DiCenso, Guyatt et Ciliska, 2005). Malgré son importance dans l’offre de soins de qualité, l’utilisation des résultats probants demeure sous-optimale dans la prise de décisions cliniques des infirmières (Forsman, Wallin, Gustavsson, et Rudman, 2012; Melnyk, Fineout Overholt, Gallagher-Ford et Kaplan, 2012; Pravikoff, Tanner, et Pierce, 2005), ce qui serait lié à différents facteurs tels que les habiletés (Jones, Crookes et Johnson, 2011; Melnyk ...


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Anger Management Strategies’ Used By Gifted Students., Khalid Abdullah Alhammouri, Sara Abdulaziz Alenzi 2018 King Khalid University

Anger Management Strategies’ Used By Gifted Students., Khalid Abdullah Alhammouri, Sara Abdulaziz Alenzi

International Journal for Research in Education

The primary goal of this study was to point out the ‘Anger Management Strategies’ used by gifted students. The sample of the study consisted of 407 secondary school students selected randomly from Jordan and Kuwait by using stratified sampling technique. The number of Jordanian students who participated in this study was 210, 106 male and 104 female enrolled in King Abdullah II Schools for Distinction in both Amman and Irbid Governorates. The number of Kuwaiti students who took part in this study was 197, 105 male and 92 female selected from Mubarak Al-Kabeer educational zone. To achieve the purpose of ...


Effectiveness Of An Electronic Curriculum For Communication Skills In Accordance With The Standards Of Quality Of E - Learning In The Academic Achievement And Attitude Towards The Course Of Students Of The Faculty Of Sharia University Qassim, Soliman Hammoda Mohammad Daoud 2018 سعادة الدكتور

Effectiveness Of An Electronic Curriculum For Communication Skills In Accordance With The Standards Of Quality Of E - Learning In The Academic Achievement And Attitude Towards The Course Of Students Of The Faculty Of Sharia University Qassim, Soliman Hammoda Mohammad Daoud

International Journal for Research in Education

The current study aimed to build communication skills course electronically Using the E-learning management system Blackboard in accordance to e-learning quality standards by the foundation (Quality Matters), and to identify the impact on academic achievement and the trend toward electronic course.

The researcher has translated the standards of quality matters for online courses to undergraduate and building electronic course according to the indicators included and approved by Qassim University, the researcher built an academic achievement test and a measurement test for the trend toward the course, and secured and verified their validity. The researcher selected 77 students from the Faculty ...


Review Of "The Age Of The Crisis Of Man: Thought And Fiction In America, 1933-1973", Tim Lacy 2018 Northwestern University

Review Of "The Age Of The Crisis Of Man: Thought And Fiction In America, 1933-1973", Tim Lacy

The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Studies

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