Multicompetence, Multiple Intelligences And First-Year Composition Students, 2019 California State University - San Bernardino
Multicompetence, Multiple Intelligences And First-Year Composition Students, Patricia Rice'-Daniels
Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations
The purpose of this study is to examine, gain, and ultimately share an understanding of certain cognitive differences, similarities, intelligence patterns, and preferences between competent monolingual (English) and multicompetent bilingual/multilingual first-year composition (FYC) college students. Within this project is an attempt to address the following questions: Do monolingual and bilingual/multilingual FYC students show different strengths and weaknesses in their cognitive abilities? Are there learning preferences and literacy differences or similarities between monolingual and bilingual/multilingual FYC students?
Primarily, two cognitive concepts were used in this examination to provide perspectives and quantitative data in response to the above questions ...
2019 Lecture Series Program, 2019 Otterbein University
2019 Lecture Series Program, Winona Laduke
Vernon L. Pack Distinguished Lecture Series
Winona LaDuke is a Native American activist, environmentalist, and former Green Party vice presidential candidate. She works nationally and internationally on the issues of climate change, renewable energy, and environmental justice alongside indigenous communities. She made news with her activism against an oil pipeline at Standing Rock and through Honor the Earth, an organization she co-founded with the Indigo Girls.
Data Diving Into “Noticing Poetry”: An Analysis Of Student Engagement With The “I Notice” Method, 2019 Shanghai American School
Data Diving Into “Noticing Poetry”: An Analysis Of Student Engagement With The “I Notice” Method, Scot Slaby, Jordan Benedict
Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education
This paper explores students’ engagement in reading poems, examining data on their self perceptions of their confidence and competence in reading poems before, during, and after using the “I Notice” methodology as adapted from The Academy of American Poets’ unit plan, “Noticing Poetry” (Slaby, 2017). The data was collected over the course of a month from January 9 through January 30, 2018 and involved five classes of one hundred general English tenth grade students across three teachers’ classrooms at Shanghai American School’s Puxi High School Campus. Data indicates that the “I Notice” method and the “Noticing Poetry” unit and ...
Finding Teaching Inspiration From Gorgias: Mathematics Lessons From A Sophist, 2019 Bowling Green State University
Finding Teaching Inspiration From Gorgias: Mathematics Lessons From A Sophist, Ann L. Von Mehren
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
The logos or rational language of the fifth-century BCE teacher, Gorgias, as contained in the fragment On the Nonexistent, challenges a reader to understand the relationship between the existent and the nonexistent; yet the text also offers an accessible idea of logos. Inspired by William M. Priestley's approach to the study of logos through ratios, and by Ivor Grattan-Guinness's recommendation to broaden the study of historical texts in the history of mathematics and mathematics education, and pursue their significance in a heritage sense, this article suggests that this ancient non-mathematics text by Gorgias may inspire and refresh elementary ...
Design For Living Complexities, 2019 University of Massachusetts Boston
Design For Living Complexities, Peter J. Taylor
Working Papers in Critical, Creative and Reflective Practice
Lectures from a 12-session course that addresses the intersection of design with critical thinking. Design in this course means intentionality in construction, which involves a range of materials, a sequence of steps, and principles that inform the choice of materials and the steps. Design also always involves putting people, as well as materials, into place. This happens by working with the known properties of people, as well as the known properties of material, and trying out new arrangements to work around their constraints (at least temporarily). Critical thinking, as I define it, involves understanding ideas and practices better when we ...
Innovating To Help The Students Of Fmhc Transition Into The Real World, 2019 Grand Valley State University
Innovating To Help The Students Of Fmhc Transition Into The Real World, Bee Fink, Leo Brisita, Kate Hubbard, Alex Broek, Kelsey Bredeweg, Reilly Olson
We appreciate your interest in our team, and all of the work we put into creating a solution for the future leaders of the Frederik Meijer Honors College. Over the span of four months, we conducted hours of research, interviews, team collaboration, thinking critically, prototyping, and designing. Through this portfolio, an overview will be provided of how we developed our final innovation to assist students of the Frederik Meijer Honors College to comfortably transition to life after Grand Valley.
Preparing Fmhc Students For Life After Graduation, 2019 Grand Valley State University
Preparing Fmhc Students For Life After Graduation, Emily Ruth Driscoll, Emma Kolar, Hannah Rojas, Carly Sutkewicz, Sam Ventocilla, Nathan Wagner
The pages you have before you are a complete chronicle of our journey through the design thinking process. We were asked a pressing question: “how can Honors students better prepare for life after graduation?” This question launched a four-month journey, for which we were given the map of the design thinking process. This map was unique in that it told us what terrain we would be navigating, but not how to get to the next destination. Not directly, anyway. Every section of terrain had many paths, and plenty of open space to forge our own.
From the rolling moors of ...
Emphasizing The Honors College Experience, 2019 Grand Valley State University
Emphasizing The Honors College Experience, Kara Rickenberg, Kylee Scholten, Matt Smit, Claire Thomassen, Monica Van Til, Rio Weikum
Thank you for taking the time to engage with our Innovation Portfolio chronicling our design challenge of improving the post-graduation preparation of Frederik Meijer Honors College students. This past semester we have conducted intensive research and utilized the design thinking process to arrive at a definitive solution. This portfolio presents the process that our team learned and implemented, and visualizes our innovations and prototype concepts. We know our solution will improve the readiness of Honors students for life after graduation, as well as continue to enhance the awesome FHMC experience! Thank you again for your interest in our design challenge.
Counselor Educators' Social Justice And Advocacy Beliefs And Relationship To Their Actions, 2019 Walden University
Counselor Educators' Social Justice And Advocacy Beliefs And Relationship To Their Actions, Marcia Colantha Davis
Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies
Using Bandura's social learning theory as a frame, this quantitative survey study examined the relationship between attitudes and beliefs of counselor educators and the importance they placed on taking social justice as well as advocacy action in their personal and professional lives. Two survey instruments, the Social Issues Advocacy Scale and the Social Justice Scale, were given to faculty members of graduate counselor education programs to examine the question of whether a statistically significant relationship exists between faculty attitudes and beliefs regarding the value of social justice and advocacy, and faculty taking action in social justice and advocacy initiatives ...
Stigma, Help-Seeking Behaviors, And Use Of Services Among College Students With Self-Reported Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Angelina Marie Feagin
Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies
People experiencing mental health illnesses such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who do not receive mental health treatment services (MHTS) are at a higher risk of committing crimes. The research problem of this study was to fill the gap in the literature concerning gender, sex at birth, and gender identity differences as predictors of attitudes toward perceived stigma in help-seeking behavior (HSB) and use of MHTS. The sample size included 5,000 participants in the de-identified secondary data set of students from 26 universities and colleges across the United States. The Healthy Minds Study collected these data in 2016-2017 using ...
Lawrence, Winter 2019, 2019 Lawrence University
Lawrence, Winter 2019, Lawrence University
No abstract provided.
Introduction To Constellar Theory In Multicultural Education Pedagogy, 2018 Zizekian Institute for Research, Inquiry, and Pedagogy
Introduction To Constellar Theory In Multicultural Education Pedagogy, Antonio Garcia
Journal of Multicultural Affairs
The majority of education and social science ideas subscribe to a hierarchical ideology that not only necessitates but also obligates an always-already dialectic. Such a dialectical fetish and intellectual relegation is grounded in Marxist ideology, which has influenced a vast majority of cultural studies and social science theories. Constellar Theory challenges the hierarchical model ideology in concept and pedagogy to complicate and exhibit a more intricate matrix of considerations to move the multicultural education discourse in possible new directions.
Power In Plain Sight: Exploring The Class Privilege At In Curriculum At Wealthy High Schools, 2018 The University of San Francisco
Power In Plain Sight: Exploring The Class Privilege At In Curriculum At Wealthy High Schools, Miriam Gross
Master's Projects and Capstones
While secondary education has moderately improved in its approach of racial and gender issues in the classroom, social class remains an undiscussed topic, especially in school communities serving students of the highest social classes where financial privilege often intersects with racial privilege. The lack of discussion of social class is considered against the role schooling is meant to play in creating good citizens and the different ways that is construed. Taking into account research into the identity formation of wealthy adolescents, the hidden curriculum in secondary schools that supports the current social order, and pedagogical practices that could be used ...
Unspoken Barriers: An Autoethnographic Study Of Frustration, Resistance And Resilience, 2018 Monash University, Australia
Unspoken Barriers: An Autoethnographic Study Of Frustration, Resistance And Resilience, Rose M. Wake
The Qualitative Report
Immigration, cultural capital, cultural hybridity are the contributing players within my autoethnographic research as a second-generation daughter of southern Italian migrants from the post war era. This autobiography of my lived experience identifies contributing influences of arrested development within my educational and life trajectory and explores theoretical frameworks as key comparative indicators for my thwarted stages of psychosocial development. My identity and role as a female is further explored within the construct of a determined and culturally hybrid adolescence in an effort to answer research questions of identity and role confusion. My narratives situate my life as a daughter, student ...
Let’S Talk About It: Special Education Communication Barriers With General Education Teachers, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay
Let’S Talk About It: Special Education Communication Barriers With General Education Teachers, Edith Diaz
Capstone Projects and Master's Theses
The focus of this Capstone Project is on the communication barriers between Special Education and General Education educators, due to a lack of time for collaboration during the school year. Poor communication between teachers can negatively impact special education students’ academic achievement. Unfortunately, this issue has been around for decades, yet no effective solutions have been implemented. Solutions that have been considered include more teacher training, peer-mediated instruction, and co-teaching. Data was collected from interviews conducted with one administrator, two Special Education teachers and three General Education teachers from a local high school. Surveys were also taken from Special Education ...
Rwu Law Student Receives Skadden Fellowship To Pursue Public-Interest Law, 2018 Roger Williams University
Rwu Law Student Receives Skadden Fellowship To Pursue Public-Interest Law, Edward Fitzpatrick
Featured News Story
Third-year law student Michaela Bland will work with Rhode Island Center for Justice to find legal solutions to “school-to-prison pipeline”.
Modern-Day Slavery: Equipping The Next Generation For Social Change, 2018 Purdue University
Modern-Day Slavery: Equipping The Next Generation For Social Change, Margaret Tienhaara
Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement
Margaret Tienhaara is a freshman at Purdue University in the College of Liberal Arts majoring in global studies and political science. Her dream is to promote education for impoverished children in underdeveloped nations. In this article, she describes her process of organizing a presentation about modern-day slavery for 100 eighth grade students from Tecumseh Junior High School. The goal was to challenge the students to consider a major such as Purdue’s Global Studies and learn about creating social change.
From Theory To Curriculum: A Best Practices Model For A New International Student Cultural Acclimation Course, 2018 SIT Graduate Institute
From Theory To Curriculum: A Best Practices Model For A New International Student Cultural Acclimation Course, Denise Leinonen
This course-linked capstone (CLC) is inspired by the current international student cultural acclimation course at State University of New York (SUNY) at Oneonta. Surprisingly, there are few cultural acclimation courses offered in the United States and there is lack of academic research evaluating the effectiveness of such courses. This course model will incorporate the successful aspects of the few current cultural acclimation courses offered, including the Oneonta course, and integrate learning, cultural adjustment, and student development theories into the curriculum to provide a basis for the content and structure of the course. Qualitative research through surveys and interviews with international ...
Journal Of The National Collegiate Honors Council 19.2 (Fall/Winter 2018), 2018 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Journal Of The National Collegiate Honors Council 19.2 (Fall/Winter 2018)
Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council --Online Archive
Forum Essays on “Gifted Education and Honors”
Gifted Education to Honors Education: A Curious History, a Vibrant Future — Nicholas Colangelo
Honors Is a Good Fit for Gifted Students—Or Maybe Not — Annmarie Guzy
Are You Gifted-Friendly? Understanding How Honors Contexts (Can) Serve Gifted Young Adults — Jonathan D. Kotinek
If Not Us, Who? If Not Now, When? — Betsy Greenleaf Yarrison
Gifted Students, Honors Students, and an Honors Education . Jaclyn M. Chancey and Jennifer Lease Butts
Ways We Can Do Better: Bridging the Gap Between Gifted Education and Honors Colleges . Angie L. Miller
Not So Gifted: Academic Identity for Black Women in ...
Not So Gifted: Academic Identity For Black Women In Honors, 2018 Rutgers University
Not So Gifted: Academic Identity For Black Women In Honors, A. Musu Davis
Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council --Online Archive
Honors students are often regarded as the best and brightest at their universities, but the standard definitions of high achievement are not always useful for identifying talented undergraduate Black women. In a qualitative study of Black women in honors inside and outside the classroom at two urban predominantly white universities (PWIs), data derived from the students’ experiences provide insights about the standard labels of high achievement in higher education. The voices of these women expand the discourse on student academic identity. Picture one of these honors students: Anissa wipes her finger through the word “gifted,” which is written on the ...