Usu School Of Graduate Studies, 2010 Utah State University
Usu School Of Graduate Studies, April M. Fawson
No abstract provided.
Taking Care Of You So You Can Take Care Of Business, 2010 Alma College
Taking Care Of You So You Can Take Care Of Business, Robyn B. Carr, Aaron D. Clevenger
Aaron D. Clevenger
Puntos De Acceso Públicos A La Información En América Latina, Susana Finquelievich, Adrian Rozengardt
Tenemos el agrado de presentar la segunda entrega de la Serie Sulá Batsú. Esta serie de publicaciones tiene como objetivo presentar los resultados de las investigaciones y actividades realizadas por nuestros equipos de investigación. Sulá Batsú es un emprendimiento colectivo de profesionales de diversas ramas, quienes de forma colectiva conducimos procesos de investigación, desarrollo de metodologías, desarrollo de capacidades, acompañamiento, facilitación y evaluación en empresas, redes, movimientos, organizaciones y otras expresiones de la economía social en Centroamérica. Nuestra empresa social está interesada en impulsar el uso social de las tecnologías de información y comunicación (TIC) por encima de su uso ...
“Holla If You Hear Me”: A Conversation With Black, Inner-City Youth On Career Preparedness Programs, 2010 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
“Holla If You Hear Me”: A Conversation With Black, Inner-City Youth On Career Preparedness Programs, Theressa N. Cooper
This research study specifically addressed; how vocational preparedness programs effect the career aspirations of Black youth, within the context of the Middle Tennessee Council Boy Scouts of America’s Exploring program. The goal of this research is to represent Black youth participating in a vocational preparedness program. Interviews, journals, and rich, thick descriptions are utilized in this work.
Using the lens of narrative inquiry and cultural studies, I hoped to further the field of career development through the experiences of some of its key players, African American youth. Within the context of their stories five major themes surfaced around the ...
A Comparison Of The Wellness Levels Of Victims Of Domestic Violence With A Local Female Population, 2010 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
A Comparison Of The Wellness Levels Of Victims Of Domestic Violence With A Local Female Population, Tara Zeruie Harvey
This research project is an investigation into the wellness levels of victims of domestic violence. Wellness was measured using the Five Factor Wellness Assessment by Meyers and Sweeney (2005). The research is grounded in a theoretical trifecta comprised of the works of Alfred Adler, Hiram Maslow and the global concept of wellness as defined by Jane Meyers and Thomas Sweeney. An exploratory factor analysis was run on the Five Factor Wellness Assessment to assess the goodness of fit for the population being studied. Wellness levels were assessed upon intake into a domestic violence shelter and compared with the national normative ...
"Expanding Horizons": Examining Master’S Level Counseling Students’ Experiences With Mentors, Shelley Elizabeth Salter
The purpose of this qualitative study was to describe the experiences of master’s level counseling students who have a counselor education faculty member as their mentor. Seven master’s level counseling students between the ages of 25-30, from a state university, voluntarily participated in this study. Participants were six female students and one male student. Four participants were mental health counseling majors, while three were school counseling majors. Data were collected through a demographic survey and semi-structured interviews. Three themes were developed based on participants’ experiences. They were (1) “going above and beyond,” (2) “guide you and explore options ...
Educators' Attitudes Toward Outdoor Classrooms And The Cognitive Benefits In Children, 2010 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Educators' Attitudes Toward Outdoor Classrooms And The Cognitive Benefits In Children, Carlie Speedlin
Environmental Studies Undergraduate Student Theses
A case study was organized at a K-5 elementary school in Lincoln, Nebraksa. This school is Saratoga Elementary School and is a United States Title I Distinguished School1 under No Child Left Behind. It has a population of 266 students, with 47% being minority, 1% gifted, and 28% special education (LPS School Profile Brochure). 80% of the student population is eligible for free/reduced meals, implying that it’s a school with a lower socioeconomic status. At this school a garden space was constructed and an after school garden club was implemented for this case study. The club had been ...
Using An Audience Response System (Ars) A.K.A. “Clicker” To Do Attention Research, 2010 University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Using An Audience Response System (Ars) A.K.A. “Clicker” To Do Attention Research, Roger A. Kendrick
Theses, Student Research, and Creative Activity: Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
This study makes an effort to examine whether a student’s attention or engagement is increased by possession of an Audience Response System (ARS, or clicker). This experiment tested a difference in performance. This study makes an effort to examine whether a student’s attention or engagement is increased by possession of an Audience Response System (ARS, or clicker). This experiment tested a difference in performance between students who possessed an ARS and those who did not. The experiment was conducted at a small state college in the Midwest where small class size is typical. Approximately half the students in ...
Atwater Ag Mechanics Shop Rennovation / Cte Plan, 2010 Atwater High School
Atwater Ag Mechanics Shop Rennovation / Cte Plan, Samuel J. Meredith
Graduate Internship Reports in Agricultural Education
This internship report includes validation documents required in meeting the quality criteria for secondary-level programs of instruction in agriculture. The documents are used during the review process conducted by subject matter experts from the California Department of Education. The internship included the documentation to receive state/local funding, the development of a welding and fabrication facility, floral design classroom, and wood shop facility to accommodate student SAE projects, and to support instruction.
Does Socio/Economic Status Affect Environmental Awarness In Elementary School Children Interacting With School Gardens?, 2010 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Does Socio/Economic Status Affect Environmental Awarness In Elementary School Children Interacting With School Gardens?, Grady C. Erickson
Environmental Studies Undergraduate Student Theses
This is a case study involving three elementary schools in the greater Lincoln, Nebraska area. These schools were chosen to provide insight to three different economic backgrounds. Saratoga and Randolph from Lincoln Public Schools, and Norris Elementary part of Norris Public Schools 160 was the third school involved in the study. This case study focused on seeing whether socio/economic background had any effect on environmental awareness. To do so, surveys were handed out to each school to help measure environmental awareness. These surveys also helped determine where the environmental literacy standards were in the elementary schools of Lincoln, Nebraska ...
Support Or Spoon Feeding? Research Skills Training For First Year Marketing Students In A Large Class, 2010 University of Wollongong
Support Or Spoon Feeding? Research Skills Training For First Year Marketing Students In A Large Class, S. Lambert, V. Yanamandram
This paper describes the work done by the authors to develop and evaluate a new worksheet and quiz assessment developed to explicitly teach the skills required by marketing students to complete their studies and to be successful professional marketers. While concerns were raised in the teaching faculty that such interventions might amount to spoon feeding, the authors felt that there was sufficient evidence to suggest that such an activity was an effective learning support, especially in such a large first year class. Student survey results indicate that for many students the activity successfully taught a repeatable process of how to ...
Collaborative Design Projects: Evaluating Students' Online Discussions, 2010 University of Wollongong
Collaborative Design Projects: Evaluating Students' Online Discussions, S. Lambert
This paper reports on the author’s work to evaluate student online discussion, a learning tool used in a face-to-face graphic design subject centred around a collaborative design project. A modified teaching and learning model with new online resources was trialled with approx 45 undergraduate design students in session 1 of 2003. The 4 students in each project team were allocated a specific role based on contemporary design studio practice. An online discussion space was set up for each project team. A number of evaluation techniques were used including a content analysis of online discussion postings on which this paper ...
1st, 2nd And 3rd Generation Implementations Of An Elearning Deign: Re-Use From Postgraduate Law To Block/Online Engineering Course, S. R. Lambert, C. J. Brewer
In order to meet the demands of postgraduate students who were time poor and unable to regularly attend face-to-face classes, one lecturer in the Faculty Law at the University of Wollongong (UOW) sought the assistance of a Learning Designer to redesign the Postgraduate Practical Legal Training (PLT) program into a flexible blended learning format, using a block/online approach. The program used an authentic workplace-simulated model that took advantage of emerging technologies to enable effective online teaching and learning. This learning design was reused to redesign two subjects within the Postgraduate Engineering Management course. To monitor the effectiveness of this ...
Gêneros Textuais E Práticas Discursivas Jurídicas: A Arquitetura De Uma Petição Inicial, 2010 Universidade Federal de Sergipe - Brasil
Gêneros Textuais E Práticas Discursivas Jurídicas: A Arquitetura De Uma Petição Inicial, Marcia Terezinha Jerônimo Oliveira Cruz
Marcia Terezinha Jerônimo Oliveira Cruz
O objetivo deste trabalho é analisar a Petição Inicial enquanto gênero textual. A importância do estudo se justifica no fato de a Petição Inicial se constituir na peça inaugural de toda demanda na esfera cível, de procedimento ordinário. A pesquisa baseou-se em levantamento bibliográfico composto do conceito de gênero textual proposto por Koch (2005) e Marcuschi (2008) e na concepção teórica e método sóciosemiótico de Ruqayia Hasan explicitados por Motta-Roth e Heberle (2005). Do ponto de vista jurídico, o estudo se fundamentou no Código de Processo Civil Brasileiro e na concepção de linguagem jurídica de Bittar (2006). O procedimento analítico ...
Enabling Leadership Capacity Through Authentic Learning: The Faculty Scholars Program, 2010 University of Wollongong
Enabling Leadership Capacity Through Authentic Learning: The Faculty Scholars Program, Geraldine E. Lefoe, Dominique Rene Parrish
An identified gap in the higher education sector is the development of leadership capacity for teaching and learning. Significant funding has been allocated by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) to support the development of academic leadership in higher education. The outcomes of this initiative will ultimately improve the student experience as a more scholarly approach to the many aspects of teaching and learning is adopted. One project funded by ALTC supported four universities to develop and trial a framework for leadership capacity development. Five critical factors for success were identified including authentic learning activities that were situated in ...
An Empirical Study Of Kirkpatrick’S Evaluation Model In The Hospitality Industry, 2010 Florida International University
An Empirical Study Of Kirkpatrick’S Evaluation Model In The Hospitality Industry, Ya-Hui Elegance Chang
FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This study examined Kirkpatrick’s training evaluation model (Kirkpatrick & Kirkpatrick, 2006) by assessing a sales training program conducted at an organization in the hospitality industry. The study assessed the employees’ training outcomes of knowledge and skills, job performance, and the impact of the training upon the organization. By assessing these training outcomes and their relationships, the study demonstrated whether Kirkpatrick’s theories are supported and the lower evaluation levels can be used to predict organizational impact. The population for this study was a group of reservations sales agents from a leading luxury hotel chain’s reservations center. During the study ...
Women Of African Descent: Persistence In Completing A Doctorate, 2010 Florida International University
Women Of African Descent: Persistence In Completing A Doctorate, Vannetta L. Bailey-Iddrisu
FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This study examines the educational persistence of women of African descent (WOAD) in pursuit of a doctorate degree at universities in the southeastern United States. WOAD are women of African ancestry born outside the African continent. These women are heirs to an inner dogged determination and spirit to survive despite all odds (Pulliam, 2003, p. 337).This study used Ellis’s (1997) Three Stages for Graduate Student Development as the conceptual framework to examine the persistent strategies used by these women to persist to the completion of their studies.
Graduate Connections- November 2010, 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Graduate Connections- November 2010
Graduate Connections: A Newsletter for UNL Graduate Students published by the Office of Graduate Studies
In This Issue:
Navigating Graduate School.............................1
Tips on Time Management
Writing Effective Emails
Good Practices in Graduate Education.....................3
Responsible Conduct of Research Training
Teaching Tip .................................5
Using Games to Teach
The Graduate Writer………....……9
Latin Terms used in Writing
Graduate Student Insurance
2010 Fellowship Recipients
Demystifying Dissertation Writing
Spiritually Integrative Archetypal Energies And Glimpes Into Soul Consciousness, Carroy U. Ferguson
Carroy U "Cuf" Ferguson, Ph.D.
In other writings I have described Archetypal Energies as Higher Vibrational Energies that have their own transcendent value, purpose, quality, and “voice” unique to the individual that operate deep within our psyches, at both individual and collective levels. We tend to experience them as “creative urges” to move us toward our Highest Good or Optimal Realities. I use easily recognized terms to evoke a common sense of these Archetypal Energies (e.g., Love, Acceptance, Inclusion, Harmony, Peace). Here, I want to discuss Spiritually Integrative Archetypal Energies and how they can assist us in gaining glimpses into the nature of our ...
Requirements And Characteristics Of A Preservation Quality Information Management System, 2010 Carnegie Mellon University
Requirements And Characteristics Of A Preservation Quality Information Management System, Gabrielle Michalek
This paper focuses on the requirements of an information management system that is designed to ensure the long term preservation of the information managed and delivered by that system. It is not an all inclusive list or description, but rather, an overview of the approaches and methodologies that have been used by the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries as we have built, developed, and now, acquired, information management systems that have the onerous task of supporting collections we have promised to keep in perpetuity.