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Incentivizing Better Writing: The Fatal Flaw Policy, Kirsten Passyn, Michael Weeks 2020 The Citadel

Incentivizing Better Writing: The Fatal Flaw Policy, Kirsten Passyn, Michael Weeks

Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Self-Study Of Teacher Education Practices (S-Step) And The Critical Friend, Edward (Ted) R. Howe PhD, Georgann Cope-Watson 2020 Thompson Rivers University

Self-Study Of Teacher Education Practices (S-Step) And The Critical Friend, Edward (Ted) R. Howe Phd, Georgann Cope-Watson

Teaching Practices Colloquium

Over the past 30 years my teaching strategies have evolved but I continue to use many pedagogies that have proven effective over the years (or so I think). Now, I am teaching a graduate course focused on comparative and international education (CIE). From my teaching experience abroad, I came to be fascinated by CIE. Will these students become engaged and immersed in the subject area as I have become? What can I do to facilitate their learning? How can self-study of teacher education practices (S-STEP) and a critical friend help me to improve my teaching of CIE? These are the ...


Book Review: How Humans Learn, Daniel Kulmala 2020 Fort Hays State University

Book Review: How Humans Learn, Daniel Kulmala

Teacher-Scholar: The Journal of the State Comprehensive University

Review of Joshua Eyler, How Humans Learn (2018)


From The Co-Editors..., Todd Pagano, Sami Kahn 2020 Princeton University

From The Co-Editors..., Todd Pagano, Sami Kahn

Journal of Science Education for Students with Disabilities

No abstract provided.


Learning Strategies And Academic Difficulty In Physical And Occupational Therapy Online Education, Evan M. Pucillo, Erica J. Kiernan 2020 University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences

Learning Strategies And Academic Difficulty In Physical And Occupational Therapy Online Education, Evan M. Pucillo, Erica J. Kiernan

Physical Therapy Collection

The purpose of this study was to explore the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI) in relation to hybrid-online clinical neuroscience course outcomes in occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy (PT) students. OT and PT students self-administered the LASSI during the Spring of 2019. N=34 students (14 OT; 20 PT) completed the LASSI. The scales of Information Processing (r = -0.43; p


Preparing Students To Present Research, Shane Tilton, Jennifer Moore, Amelia Anderson-Wile, David Sawyers 2020 Ohio Northern University

Preparing Students To Present Research, Shane Tilton, Jennifer Moore, Amelia Anderson-Wile, David Sawyers

CAFE Workshops

No abstract provided.


The Power Of Please: How Courtesy Scripts Improve Self-Control And Reduce Peer Conflict By Creating New Language Patterns, Michael J. Haslip 2020 Drexel University

The Power Of Please: How Courtesy Scripts Improve Self-Control And Reduce Peer Conflict By Creating New Language Patterns, Michael J. Haslip

Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research

This teacher inquiry project describes how one first grade teacher learned to use coached language supports to improve children’s self-control and cooperation. Courtesy scripts were created in the process. The development of courtesy scripts and their application in early elementary classrooms is presented. Courtesy scripts are specific phrases explicitly taught (I do, we do, you do), reinforced, and used in conversations by both the speaker and listener. Children learned how to make requests while also honoring the needs of others. Use of these pragmatic language supports helped to create a peaceful classroom community. A practical method for teaching courteous ...


Training University Students About Autism Spectrum Disorder Through Outreach To School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists, Joann P. Benigno`, John W. McCarthy, Sarah O. Taylor, Heather Hamm, Bridget Gornichec Wright 2020 Ohio University

Training University Students About Autism Spectrum Disorder Through Outreach To School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists, Joann P. Benigno`, John W. Mccarthy, Sarah O. Taylor, Heather Hamm, Bridget Gornichec Wright

Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders

Training preprofessional students about autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is crucial, particularly since students with ASD are represented on the caseloads of approximately 90% of school-based speech-language pathologists (SLPs). When this training can occur within the context of an outreach program, the results of such programming can be mutually beneficial for the individuals served as well as the students. Through the present program, six graduate students and four undergraduate students created materials for 15 SLPs working in the schools in a significantly underserved region of the United States. Students created nearly 800 materials for the SLPs to use in therapy with ...


A Review Of The Reader Response Notebook: Teaching Toward Agency, Autonomy, And Accountability, Bobbie Kabuto 2020 Queens College, City University of New York

A Review Of The Reader Response Notebook: Teaching Toward Agency, Autonomy, And Accountability, Bobbie Kabuto

Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research

This book review examines two overlapping narratives in Ted Kelser’s The Reader Response Notebook: Teaching toward Agency, Autonomy, and Accountability. The first narrative is the reflective professional journey of Ted Kesler, who began re-envisioning the possibilities of reader response notebooks while he was an elementary and middle school teacher in New York City Public Schools. The second narrative is that of the students who used reader response notebooks in their classrooms. This review concludes with the idea of how The Reader Response Notebook is a comprehensive, practical book for teachers. The Reader Response Notebook exemplifies how inquiry lead to ...


Enhancing Student Learning In The Online Instructional Environment Through The Use Of Universal Design For Learning, Kathleen A. Boothe, Marla J. Lohmann, Ruby Owiny 2020 Southeastern Oklahoma University

Enhancing Student Learning In The Online Instructional Environment Through The Use Of Universal Design For Learning, Kathleen A. Boothe, Marla J. Lohmann, Ruby Owiny

Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research

As college faculty who prepare future teachers, we strive to teach our students through instruction and modeling best practices in teaching. We constantly evaluate our teaching and make adjustments to include updated knowledge about effective instruction. The evaluation and adjustments made to our courses lend themselves to action research. We take what we learn from our research and make appropriate changes to better meet the diverse needs of students. This article provides an overview of a final project that used Universal Design for Learning (UDL) for assessing student knowledge. This research focused on the principle of Multiple Means of Action ...


Jose: Mapping Civic Engagement In The Suny System, John Suarez 2020 SUNY Cortland

Jose: Mapping Civic Engagement In The Suny System, John Suarez

The SUNY Journal of the Scholarship of Engagement: JoSE

This editorial notes that SUNY is dedicated to developing civic engagement in general, and applied learning in particular, as ways of nurturing SUNY students’ commitment to civic engagement and their strength as valued employees in an ever-changing competitive work environment. JoSE supports these goals by serving as a platform for faculty to design, test, and refine civic engagement and applied learning pedagogies.


Moving Mountains: The Case For Graduate Student Researchers, Kaci Miller, Rachel H. Henningsen, Alea Sweeting, Huan Chen, Usen Akpanudo Ed.D 2020 Harding University

Moving Mountains: The Case For Graduate Student Researchers, Kaci Miller, Rachel H. Henningsen, Alea Sweeting, Huan Chen, Usen Akpanudo Ed.D

Journal of Graduate Education Research

No abstract provided.


The Perceived Factors That Influenced African American Male Students’ Persistence At A Southeastern Community College, Phygenia Flowers Young 2020 Abilene Christian University

The Perceived Factors That Influenced African American Male Students’ Persistence At A Southeastern Community College, Phygenia Flowers Young

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This basic qualitative study examined the perceived factors that influenced African American male students’ persistence to acquire community college completion in the U.S. Southeast. It investigated the academic, cocurricular, and environmental intrinsic and extrinsic support systems of African American community college students who were successfully persisting toward degree obtainment. While the work highlights the challenges of these students as outlined in the published literature to frame their concerns, the study drew on Harper’s (2015) invitation to consider shifting the emphasis from Black male disadvantage to strategies that create an advantage using an antideficit framework. Harper’s (2010, 2012 ...


Inspiring And Incentivising Professional Development At Cct College Dublin: A Multi-Pronged Approach, Naomi Jackson, Marie O' Neill 2020 CCT College Dublin

Inspiring And Incentivising Professional Development At Cct College Dublin: A Multi-Pronged Approach, Naomi Jackson, Marie O' Neill

Faculty Presentations

This presentation looks at the attributes of professional development delivery at CCT. it also explores professional development initiatives that CCT contributes at a national level. Coverage of the conference can be accessed on Twitter at #modelsofsuccess. Slides of the conference can be viewed here.


Experiencing Ipe: A Framework Integrating Ipec Standards In Multi-Disciplinary Education, Norman C. Belleza, Maureen Johnson 2020 University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences

Experiencing Ipe: A Framework Integrating Ipec Standards In Multi-Disciplinary Education, Norman C. Belleza, Maureen Johnson

Physical Therapy Collection

Course Overview

This workshop creates an immersive experience demonstrating the effectiveness using the IPEC framework with IPE-based activities and shares outcome measures for integration into respective educational curricula. A gap exists in health-science programs regarding the effects of IPE. Novel activities include a multi-disciplinary experience of an escape room, chart review, and simulation vignettes. After the workshop, attendees will have tools to build an IPE framework in their respective programs.

Description of Content

Interprofessional education (IPE) elicits better quality behaviors amongst team players promoting improved patient safety and patient outcomes. However, there is a gap in multi-disciplinary health-science academic and ...


Educational Model Integrating Ipec Collaborative Practice Competencies Across Multiple Disciplines, Norman C. Belleza, Maureen Johnson 2020 University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences

Educational Model Integrating Ipec Collaborative Practice Competencies Across Multiple Disciplines, Norman C. Belleza, Maureen Johnson

Physical Therapy Collection

Purpose

The purpose of this project was to design an educational model that integrates the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) Collaborative Practice Competency Domains into the curriculum across multiple disciplines. A faculty team from physical therapy (PT), occupational therapy (OT), medicine, and physician’s assistant (PA) programs, collaborated to create an introductory interprofessional education (IPE) framework and course module series. Currently, there are limited studies in rehabilitation education programs demonstrating the effectiveness of IPE-based activities on student outcomes. The proposed framework employs a series of novel educational activities including a multi-disciplinary escape room and scavenger hunt experience, chart review, and interprofessional ...


The Creative Engine Project, Kelvin Martins 2020 CCT College Dublin

The Creative Engine Project, Kelvin Martins

Certificate in Teaching and Learning

In this presentation, Kelvin gave an overview of the Creative Engine project at Dublin City University on which he works as a researcher.

The project has five key outcomes including:

  1. The development of 6 new training modules on Creativity and Innovation in Engineering;
  2. A Report on the Innovation Skills needs of Engineering Industries across Europe;
  3. The production of Infographic report on Creativity and Innovation Needs;
  4. The Provision of Supplementary Resources Package on Creativity and Innovation;
  5. An Online Toolkit that companies can use to build awareness and understanding of creativity and innovation skills.

More on the Creative Engine Project at: https ...


Pedagogical Practice And Research: Like Heads And Tails. Both Different, Both Necessary, Better Together, Brett Becker Dr 2020 University College Dublin

Pedagogical Practice And Research: Like Heads And Tails. Both Different, Both Necessary, Better Together, Brett Becker Dr

Certificate in Teaching and Learning

In this guest lecture, Brett gave an overview of the benefits of and approaches to pedagogical research.


Using Physical Objects As A Portal To Reveal Academic Subject Identity And Thought, Kendall Richards, Nick Pilcher 2020 Edinburgh Napier University

Using Physical Objects As A Portal To Reveal Academic Subject Identity And Thought, Kendall Richards, Nick Pilcher

The Qualitative Report

We are lecturers who help students studying subjects that use word-based writing, non-word based writing such as Mathematics, and non-text based language such as visual semiotics. To access examples of such language with subject lecturers we have found traditional interviews or focus groups ineffective, and realised that in these, although lecturers could talk about key psychological elements of the language, they had no focus to produce any examples of it. However, we suspected that providing a physical object to describe and discuss would create a context for lecturers to produce the language. Thus, we gave a brightly coloured teapot to ...


How To Be Unfaithful To Eurocentrism: A Spanglish Decolonial Critique To Knowledge Gentrification, Captivity And Storycide In Qualitative Research, marcela polanco, Nathan D. Hanson, Camila Hernandez, Tirzah Le Feber, Sonia Medina, Stephanie Old Bucher, Eva I. Rivera, Ione Rodriguez, Elizabeth Vela, Brandi Velasco, Jackolyn Le Feber 2020 San Diego State University

How To Be Unfaithful To Eurocentrism: A Spanglish Decolonial Critique To Knowledge Gentrification, Captivity And Storycide In Qualitative Research, Marcela Polanco, Nathan D. Hanson, Camila Hernandez, Tirzah Le Feber, Sonia Medina, Stephanie Old Bucher, Eva I. Rivera, Ione Rodriguez, Elizabeth Vela, Brandi Velasco, Jackolyn Le Feber

The Qualitative Report

From a position of academic activism, we critique the longstanding dominance del production of knowledge that solely implicates fidelity to Eurocentric methodological technologies en qualitative research. Influenced by an Andean decolonial perspective, en Spanglish we problematize métodos of analysis as the dominant research practice, whereby las stories o relatos result en su appropriation, captivity and gentrification, first by researchers’ authorship and later by the publishing industry copyrights. We highlight the racializing and capitalist colonial/modern Eurocentric agenda del current market of knowledge production that displaces to la periphery all knowledge o relatos that do not subscribe to Euro-US American methodological ...


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