Teacher Candidate Self-Efficacy And Ability To Teach Literacy: A Comparison Of Residency And Traditional Teacher Preparation Models, 2023 State University of New York at Oswego
Teacher Candidate Self-Efficacy And Ability To Teach Literacy: A Comparison Of Residency And Traditional Teacher Preparation Models, Doreen L. Mazzye, Michelle A. Duffy, Richard L. Lamb
Journal of Global Education and Research
This comparative study explored self-efficacy and ability for scientifically-based literacy instruction between a traditional and residency model of teacher preparation. Pre-/post-survey data was collected using the Teachers’ Sense of Efficacy for Literacy Scale. Mentor teachers completed a modified version of the survey on candidates’ abilities. Data were analyzed using paired sample t-tests, independent sample t-tests, and a trend analysis. Results revealed that candidates in the Residency Model held higher levels of self-efficacy for literacy instruction than in the Traditional Model. Mentor teachers rated candidates in the Residency Model as more able to teach literacy than those in ...
Measurement And Scale Development Skills For Public Health Doctoral Scholars, 2023 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Measurement And Scale Development Skills For Public Health Doctoral Scholars, Manoj Sharma
UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo
Web-based synchronous teaching is gaining popularity all over the world. In web-based synchronous teaching, both pedagogical robustness and the building of content expertise are mandatory. I taught a new doctoral course, HED 763 Measurement and Scale Development in Social and Behavioral Health in the Spring of 2022. The specific teaching techniques that I used were (a) enhanced pedagogical features that included delivery as web-based synchronous, organizing the course in Canvas and making it available from day 1, recording all lectures beforehand in Panopto, utilizing case studies, employing WebEx and its breakout sessions feature, guest lectures, and having weekly skill-building activities ...
Empowering Hopeful Student Leaders At The Catholic Social Ministry Gathering, 2023 University of Dayton
Empowering Hopeful Student Leaders At The Catholic Social Ministry Gathering, Nick Cardilino
Learning Teaching Forum
Since 2013, Campus Ministry's Center for Social Concern has brought a small group of students to the Catholic Social Ministry Gathering in Washington, D.C. In their Young Leaders Initiative program, students learn about social justice issues and how they relate to Catholic teaching. On the fourth day, they have the opportunity to meet with their congressional representatives and senators or their aides to discuss three legislative issues that the U.S. Bishops are advocating for. A panel of past participants will talk about what they learned, how they grew as leaders and how the experience gave them hope ...
Educating The Whole Person: A Mini-Course Designed To Integrate Head, Heart, And Hands, 2023 University of Dayton
Educating The Whole Person: A Mini-Course Designed To Integrate Head, Heart, And Hands, Karen Lovett, Stephen Wilhoit
Learning Teaching Forum
How can a humanities-based mini-course that employs experiential learning help first-year students better understand their vocation by serving others? For the past year, teams of faculty and staff at UD have worked out answers to this complicated question, developing four versions of new mini-course students will take this spring: Educating the Whole Person. Each section of this mini-course will be taught collaboratively by a faculty or staff member with the aid of a community partner. By studying a core set of texts in the humanities, serving others through experiential learning, and reflecting deeply on their own vocations, students will learn ...
John O’Malley And Jesuit Education: A Journey Into Humanism, 2022 Boston College
John O’Malley And Jesuit Education: A Journey Into Humanism, Cristiano Casalini, Alessandro Corsi
Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal
This article reflects upon the impact of the work of John W. O’Malley, S.J. (1927–2022), on the field of the history of Jesuit education. In The First Jesuits (1993), O’Malley provided an innovative approach to the subject that refuted some long-standing preconceptions about the way Jesuit schools and universities had originally developed. The approach that he took to to the topic throughout the 1990s and 2000s allowed him to identify two intertwined educational traditions at the heart of the Jesuit pedagogical model: the humanistic tradition of the Renaissance period, based on the Isocratic concept of pietas ...
Accessibility Of University Course Syllabi, 2022 Winona State University
Accessibility Of University Course Syllabi, Steven M. Baule, Sara A. Fister
Essays in Education
Over the last twenty years, governments and a range of disability rights organizations have advocated for increased accessibility to educational materials and school documents for people with disabilities. Recently, several studies have shown that accessibility is still lagging among educational institutions and other government agencies. The purpose of this study was to analyze extant higher education syllabi to determine the level of compliance with the current Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0). The study reviewed the current accessibility requirements for schools under WCAG 2.0 and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act as amended in 2018. It then provides ...
Using Extreme Pedagogy Toenhance Entrepreneurship Education, 2022 Boston University
Using Extreme Pedagogy Toenhance Entrepreneurship Education, Dave Silberman, Herman Aguinis, Rob E. Carpenter
Human Resource Development Faculty Publications and Presentations
We address the ongoing concern that entrepreneurship education (EE) is not preparing students sufficiently well for jobs in the 21st-century. We argue that many criticisms leveled against EE for not effectively addressing the entrepreneurial skills gap are due in part to EE’s emphasis on the roles of specific stakeholder groups separately (i.e., universities and their leaders, instructors, students, potential employers) rather than a shared focus on developing valuable graduates. Stated differently, there are competing and conflicting “ownerships” over the entrepreneurial skills gap. We enhance current pedagogical methods by offering a learning innovation called extreme pedagogy. Extreme ...
Exploring The Effects Of Teachers' Motivation To Read On Students' Motivation To Read, 2022 Kennesaw State University
Exploring The Effects Of Teachers' Motivation To Read On Students' Motivation To Read, Clarice K. Shuman
Doctor of Education in Teacher Leadership Dissertations
Middle school students often lack the motivation to read, and middle school reading teachers often complain of this lack of motivation. Students’ lack of motivation to read seriously affects students’ ability to achieve in their academic classes at the secondary level. This study was based on surveys and interviews from 310 middle school students and their six ELA teachers to explore the relationship between teacher and student motivation to read at the middle school level as well as surveying how do teachers and students at the middle school level describe their motivation to read. Based on the relationship between teacher ...
Encountering American Higher Education: First-Year Academic Transition Of International Undergraduate Students In The United States, 2022 University of Southern Mississippi
Encountering American Higher Education: First-Year Academic Transition Of International Undergraduate Students In The United States, Masha Krsmanovic
Journal of Global Education and Research
This study explored how international undergraduate students perceive their academic transition into American higher education. Schlossberg’s (1984) 4S Transition Theory served as the framework for exploring what academic challenges, if any, international students experience during their first year of undergraduate studies in a new cultural and educational setting. The findings revealed that students’ academic transition into the U.S. higher education was characterized by difficulties in understanding the academic system of their new environment; overcoming educational, instructional and pedagogical differences; building social relationships with domestic students; and receiving the support necessary from the appropriate institutional services.
The Importance Of Notes, 2022 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
The Importance Of Notes, Shawn Swiatkowski, Keith Wiechart, Patrick Quigg, Logan Lambeth
University Student Success UNIV 101
- Why is it Important?
- Digital vs. Paper
- Cornell Method
- The Outline Method
- Structured Doodling
Sheridan Creates Program, 2022 Sheridan College
Sheridan Creates Program, Sheridan Creates
Sheridan Creates is a full-day showcase and celebration of faculty and staff research, innovation, creative activities and entrepreneurship.
Come discover new and meaningful connections in an engaging space at Sheridan Creates.
Imposter Participants: Overcoming Methodological Challenges Related To Balancing Participant Privacy With Data Quality When Using Online Recruitment And Data Collection, Jacqueline M. Roehl Phd, Darci J. Harland Phd
The Qualitative Report
In this paper we describe the lessons learned when untrustworthy participants were included in a qualitative interview study. In online research, participants can more easily misrepresent their identity and volunteer for studies even if they do not meet inclusion criteria. The term “imposter participant” refers to dishonest participants who completely fake their identities or simply exaggerate their experiences in order to participate in qualitative studies. Untrustworthy participants are a threat to data quality, yet little has been published on how qualitative researchers should prevent and handle this unique methodological challenge. In this paper, we provide a detailed account of how ...
Staying Engaged While Staying Home?: Service-Learning, Writing, And Covid-19, 2022 Farmingdale State College
Staying Engaged While Staying Home?: Service-Learning, Writing, And Covid-19, Christopher Iverson
The SUNY Journal of the Scholarship of Engagement: JoSE
As an approach to writing instruction that has traditionally required students to engage in in-person community projects, service-learning has also traditionally involved risks. For example, students engaging in service-learning without proper support often do not approach community partners with the appropriate respect, and when university stakeholders fail to make clear what their side can offer in a partnership, they can leave community partners in the lurch when the semester ends and students finish their community-engaged coursework. These risks can be mitigated through education and reflection for instructors and students alike. The COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing social distancing orders, however, left ...
Critical Civic Engagement: Creating Yards And Building Community At Predominately White Institutions, Heather Moore Roberson
Journal of Research Initiatives
This article details the journey of a Black Greek professor who created yards on a predominately white campus. This piece of scholarship challenges the historical narrative of the civic engagement movement and considers equity and inclusion with existing civic engagement literature. Specifically, this research contends that civic engagement scholarship must consider the historical legacy of historically Black Greek letter organizations, their commitment to service, and undergraduate education. The construction of “yards” is a civic engagement initiative that builds meaningful connections between college campuses and local communities.
A Bibliometric Analysis Of The Teacher Leadership Scholarship, 2022 Tamkang University
A Bibliometric Analysis Of The Teacher Leadership Scholarship, Hui-Ling Wendy Pan, Peter Wiens, Abigail Moyal
Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications
Research reviews contribute to understanding the evolution and trends of studies and guide future studies. Since no science mapping was provided to reveal the citation patterns and the research structure of teacher leadership (TL), we conducted a bibliometric review of 704 documents (1964e2021) in Scopus. We found that the academic area as a social field within which authors using English as a working language were more vocal. Meanwhile, university ranking rendered the swift advancement of international visibility in Asian scholars this decade. Additionally, we portrayed influential authors and documents in TL and the intellectual structure and topical foci of TL.
Integrating Leadership Strategies In Your Curriculum, 2022 Oral Roberts University
Integrating Leadership Strategies In Your Curriculum, Kim Boyd, Jay Gary
Professional Development Resources
Dr. Boyd welcomes and introduces the session. Dr. Gary discusses how students develop their leadership identity by developing various competencies. ORU focuses on developing the competencies, or University outcomes, of spiritual integrity, personal resilience, intellectual pursuit, global engagement, and bold vision to help develop whole leaders for the whole world. Dr. Gary continues to share how faculty may implicitly and explicitly integrate a variety of leadership resources through instructional strategies and in the curriculum. Dr. Boyd concludes by reviewing the leadership components within the ORU teaching excellence framework domains.
Resource 1: ORU University Outcomes
Resource 2: ORU Teaching Excellence Framework ...
Online Proctoring’S Impact On Students And Student Privacy, 2022 Purdue University
Online Proctoring’S Impact On Students And Student Privacy, Tessca Almeida
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research
No abstract provided.
Positive Workplace Adaptations Made During The Covid-19 Pandemic In A Higher Education Setting, 2022 Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Positive Workplace Adaptations Made During The Covid-19 Pandemic In A Higher Education Setting, Joshua D. Bishop
New York Journal of Student Affairs
This study describes what higher education professionals perceived as positive workplace adaptations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Two surveys were administered to groups of professionals in the field of higher education to obtain information about their perception of positive changes experienced in their work during COVID-19 pandemic. The results of this investigation describe positive changes including work from home options, schedule flexibility, and increased sustainability. While not ignoring the negative aspects of COVID-19, it was concluded that many professionals were able to create positive change within their institution for themselves and their students.
Eight Steps To Facilitating More Equitable Education In Undergraduate Sciences, 2022 Technological University Dublin
Eight Steps To Facilitating More Equitable Education In Undergraduate Sciences, Gintarė Lübeck, Michael K. Seery, Barry J. Ryan
Pedagogical practices can influence students’ confidence and ability beliefs and affect their ambition to persevere in science. Given the continuing need to diversify science and retain students in scientific programmes, science education must be tailored to cater to the needs of varied student groups. Since early experience in university programmes can be decisive in determining students’ further academic and professional choices, pedagogies employed in undergraduate science courses can be particularly influential in supporting science careers. Undergraduate science instructors are therefore encouraged to consider their approaches to teaching and learning from a variety of perspectives that could help empower students from ...
The Acceptance Of Learning Management Systems By Higher Education Faculty In An Educational Landscape Influenced By A Global Pandemic, 2022 Abilene Christian University
The Acceptance Of Learning Management Systems By Higher Education Faculty In An Educational Landscape Influenced By A Global Pandemic, Stephen Rektenwald
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This quantitative study investigated the perceptions of higher education faculty with respect to their behavioral intentions to use learning management systems and the perceived effect of COVID-19 on those intentions. An online survey was administered through private Facebook groups to faculty in higher education and listservs focused on technology in higher education. The sample size initially included 137 participants but participants were reduced to 121 due to incomplete responses on some surveys or not meeting the selection criteria for the research. The theoretical framework for this research was the intersection of the technology acceptance model and digital transformations. The data ...