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Disproportionality Of Black Males In Special Education: A Case Study Analysis Of Educator Perceptions In A Southeastern Urban High School, Artese Ja'Donn McCrae 2021 Kennesaw State University

Disproportionality Of Black Males In Special Education: A Case Study Analysis Of Educator Perceptions In A Southeastern Urban High School, Artese Ja'donn Mccrae

Doctor of Education in Special Education Dissertations

Disproportionality is the overrepresentation and/or underrepresentation of a specific population or demographic group including gender, race/ethnicity, or socioeconomic class in special education programs relative to the group’s presence in the overall student body. Research suggested that the overrepresentation of Black male students in special education is the result of subjective testing practices and eligibility processes that stem from societal beliefs and staff biases rather than objective measures used to diagnose the presence of specific disabilities. While Black male students are historically overrepresented in special education, the concern is that the inappropriate placement of Black male students is ...


Using Language Ideology, Social Positioning And Performativity To Assess Second Language Learning And Identity Transformation: A Qualitative Case Study Of Three Chinese Queer Immigrants In The U.S., YIH REN 2021 University of San Francisco

Using Language Ideology, Social Positioning And Performativity To Assess Second Language Learning And Identity Transformation: A Qualitative Case Study Of Three Chinese Queer Immigrants In The U.S., Yih Ren

Master's Theses

This thesis aims to explore the directionality of the relationships between cultural identity, sexuality, ideology, and English learning. My study included three participants, and each represents a specific acculturating and immigrant group in the U.S., namely, international students, permanent residents (green card holders), and naturalized citizens. Language ideology and social positioning theory are employed to examine English hegemony and internalized oppression. I argue that English hegemony is ideological and reinforces further discrimination and social hierarchy; further, performativity provides a new cannon to view language production and acquisition as it shifts the emphasis from the technical processes of language acquisition ...


Transforming The Urban Educator: The Power Of Reflection And Its Effect On Teacher Perception, Essential Teaching Dispositions, And Teacher Leadership, Brittany Purr 2021 Kutztown University

Transforming The Urban Educator: The Power Of Reflection And Its Effect On Teacher Perception, Essential Teaching Dispositions, And Teacher Leadership, Brittany Purr

Education Doctorate Dissertations

To establish the grounds for successful cultural change, within a large urban middle school, members of a school elected Teacher Leadership Team (TLT) engaged in the collaborative sharing and analysis of personal cultural perceptions and essential teaching dispositions. Through the TLT inquiry support team, and their participation in perception interviews and personal narrative reflections, teacher leaders identified and prioritized the successes, challenges, and essential dispositions that are needed to begin the cultural change of Redwood Middle School. Through the implementation of a distributive leadership model, an increase in staff collaboration and support has already begun to plant the seed of ...


Faculty And Student Perceptions Of Effective Techniques In Teaching Physiology, Ben Jeter 2021 The University of Southern Mississippi

Faculty And Student Perceptions Of Effective Techniques In Teaching Physiology, Ben Jeter

School of Education Doctoral Projects

Students enrolling in Human Anatomy & Physiology (A&P) often acknowledge it as being one of the more challenging courses of their college career. Human A&P is a two-semester prerequisite for multiple healthcare-related disciplines. Jackson State Community College (JSCC) is home to multiple healthcare programs including a nursing program and allied health programs that include physical therapy assistants, occupational therapy assistants, radiologic technology, respiratory care, and medical lab technicians. Each of these programs require students to complete at least one of the A&P courses before being granted admission to the program. Therefore, the aim of the study was to ...


The Impact Of A Cultural Competence Assessment Tool On Teaching Strategies In The Dnp Curriculum At Southern Illinois University Of Edwardsville, Katarina Dobrosavljevic 2021 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

The Impact Of A Cultural Competence Assessment Tool On Teaching Strategies In The Dnp Curriculum At Southern Illinois University Of Edwardsville, Katarina Dobrosavljevic

Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects

Providing culturally competent and culturally congruent care to patients leads to better outcomes and reduction of poor outcomes due to health disparities. Providing care that is not culturally congruent can contribute to communication barriers, resulting in deficient diagnostic testing, miscommunication about etiologies, treatment plans that are not individualized, and discounting of patient's ideas. Individuals from diverse cultures face health disparities which contribute to inadequate care and poor outcomes. The purpose of this project was to survey former graduates of the Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville (SIUE) family nurse practitioner (FNP) program to assess their level of cultural competence and ...


Implementing Inclusive Education In Early Childhood Settings: The Interplay And Impact Of Exclusion, Teacher Qualities And Professional Development In Ghana, Francis R. Ackah-Jnr, Hyacinth Udah 2021 Griffith University (Australia)

Implementing Inclusive Education In Early Childhood Settings: The Interplay And Impact Of Exclusion, Teacher Qualities And Professional Development In Ghana, Francis R. Ackah-Jnr, Hyacinth Udah

Journal of Educational Research and Practice

Inclusive education (IE) in the early years enhances young children’s learning, socialization, and development; yet, children with disability are one group that is often isolated, excluded, or marginalized in early childhood education. This paper examines jointly the perceived exclusion practices, teacher qualities, and professional development and the interplay and impact of these factors on effective inclusive early childhood education. Drawing on data collected from individual interviews with teachers and headteachers in a large early childhood and school setting in Ghana, findings of this qualitative study indicate the exclusion practices of teachers. The findings suggest that resistance to IE limits ...


Pharyngeal Constriction As A Cause For Late Acquisition And Speech Sound Disorders Of Rhotic Sounds In English, Spanish, And French, Connor Mahon 2021 Cleveland State University

Pharyngeal Constriction As A Cause For Late Acquisition And Speech Sound Disorders Of Rhotic Sounds In English, Spanish, And French, Connor Mahon

The Downtown Review

This paper attempts to explain why rhotic sounds are cross-linguistically late developing among the sound inventory of children. Included is a summary of the current literature regarding classification of rhotic sounds, an examination of the articulatory movement of the tongue root, and an overview of the clinical implications on the field of speech-language pathology. The evidence presented supports the hypothesis that pharyngeal constriction is characteristic of rhotic sounds in many languages, and that it is related to the relative late acquisition and higher rate of speech sound disorders, as seen in English, Spanish, and French.


Talking Plants: Examining The Role Of Podcasts In Communicating Plant Pathology Knowledge, Melissa Lim, Rebecca Swenson 2021 University of Minnesota

Talking Plants: Examining The Role Of Podcasts In Communicating Plant Pathology Knowledge, Melissa Lim, Rebecca Swenson

Journal of Applied Communications

Extension programs must constantly evaluate communication plans and platforms to determine if they are worth the investment of time, money, and resources. Podcasts are growing in popularity as a communication platform for education and entertainment. With the VARK model of learning styles and core plant pathology concepts as a guide, researchers evaluated the prevalence and type of plant pathology information in podcasts to better understand how podcasts could benefit Extension plant pathology programs. Using keywords related to plant pathology, researchers searched popular mobile podcast listening applications and evaluated relevant podcast episodes using content analysis methods. Results indicated few podcast shows ...


Assessing The Needs For Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Upon Return To School After Covid-19, Emily Kurland 2021 Duquesne University

Assessing The Needs For Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Upon Return To School After Covid-19, Emily Kurland

Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium

School-based mental health consultation recognizes and understands the importance of children’s emotional and behavioral needs in conjunction with educator/caregiver competencies. In early childhood classrooms, mental health consultation utilizes a problem-solving approach, creating collaborative relationships with educators to build their skills and expertise (Duran et al., 2009). Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (ECMHC) works to maximize the social-emotional skills of all children while minimizing the vulnerabilities of children experiencing behavioral difficulties (Low & Shepard, 2010). As emotional and behavioral challenges are increasing in early childhood settings, it is evident that mental health consultation is becoming increasingly necessary and beneficial (Green ...


The Notions Of Freedom Of The Will And Ethical (Moral) Choice In The Work “Sharh Al-Aqeed” Of Sadeddin Taftazani, Mirzaqul Norqobilov 2021 NAVOI STATE PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTE

The Notions Of Freedom Of The Will And Ethical (Moral) Choice In The Work “Sharh Al-Aqeed” Of Sadeddin Taftazani, Mirzaqul Norqobilov

The Light of Islam

The article provides an in-depth analysis of Sadeddin Taftazani’s philosophical and ethical views on kalom (a popular speculative discipline of the medieval Muslim literature that provides any reasoning on religious and philosophical topics) on the basis of rational thinking. In particular, it aims at looking through one of the important issues of kalom philosophy – freedom of will and ethical (moral) choice of man which are widely discussed in the work “Sharh al-Aqeed” written by the great thinker.

In his work Taftazani describes such features of the Creator as kindness and good deeds which originally appeared from His creativity and ...


Family Life Quality As A Mediating Variable In The Relationship Between Intellectual Security And Monovision In A Sample Of Saudi University Students, mogda alsaid Al-Kashki 2021 Association of Arab Universities

Family Life Quality As A Mediating Variable In The Relationship Between Intellectual Security And Monovision In A Sample Of Saudi University Students, Mogda Alsaid Al-Kashki

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

The present study aimed at exploring the role of the quality of family life as a mediating variable in the relationship between intellectual security and One-Track Mindedness, identifying the relationship between intellectual security and family quality of life and One-Track Mindedness, and identifying the differences in intellectual security, the quality of family life and One-Track Mindedness according to gender and specialization. The measures of the quality of family life (Abdul-Wahab and Shend, 2010), intellectual security of youth (El Keshky & Al-Otaibi, 2017), and One-Track Mindedness (Othman, 2007) were applied to the study’s sample of 860 Saudi university students. The results showed that the most prevalent dimension of the quality of family life was applied to the dimensions of physical ability and health safety; the study sample was characterized by a low level of One-Track Mindedness. Statistically positive significant correlation between the quality of family ...


The Role Of The Marketing Mix Strategy To Activate The Saudi Plastic Arts In The Labor Market Through Vision 2030 (Suggested Perception), Latifa Abdulrahman Al-Faisal 2021 Association of Arab Universities

The Role Of The Marketing Mix Strategy To Activate The Saudi Plastic Arts In The Labor Market Through Vision 2030 (Suggested Perception), Latifa Abdulrahman Al-Faisal

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

The study aimed to identify the objectives of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2030 vision towards plastic arts. Identify the marketing mix strategy to activate the Saudi plastic arts in the labor market through Vision 2030 and to benefit from the marketing mix strategy in activating the Saudi plastic arts in the labor market through Vision 2030, through this research We will take the role of arts in the labor market from an investment point of view. So that the marketing mix strategy can be used to activate the role of Saudi plastic arts in the labor market through Vision ...


The Reality Of Achieving The Program Of Preparing New Faculty Members And Preparing Them At King Saud University For Professional Development, Mashael Nasser bin Saad Al-Rasheed 2021 Association of Arab Universities

The Reality Of Achieving The Program Of Preparing New Faculty Members And Preparing Them At King Saud University For Professional Development, Mashael Nasser Bin Saad Al-Rasheed

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

The study aimed to identify the reality of achieving New Faculty Members Preparation Program at King Saud University for professional development, identifying the difficulties confronting from the perspectives of the trained faculty members. Moreover, detecting the statistical significance differences at the level of significance (0.05) in the responses of the participants towards the program in terms of gender (male, female) and in terms of type of college (human, scientific, health). the study adopted the survey descriptive approach, and the questionnaire as a tool for the study. The questionnaire applied to the study population, which is composed of all new ...


Standards-Based Professional Competencies Of Student Teachers With Learning Difficulties, Ibrahim bin Abdul Wahhab Al-Tayyar 2021 Association of Arab Universities

Standards-Based Professional Competencies Of Student Teachers With Learning Difficulties, Ibrahim Bin Abdul Wahhab Al-Tayyar

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

To special education teachers and learning disabilities ones, the professional competence that based on standards considers the most important Pillars of professional preparation. It has expected outcomes to enhance and develop the quality of education for special education students, as well as the level of professional competence to their teachers.

This research purposed to understand deeply the concept of professional competence that based on standards and it’s importance to special education teachers and learning disabilities ones and how to judge those teachers according to it. Finally, to recognize the obstacles that could prevent to have the professional competence.


The Relationship Between The Capabilities Of A Teacher With "Successful Intelligence" And The Analytical Talents Of A Preschooler, Nawal Khader Al-Talhi 2021 Association of Arab Universities

The Relationship Between The Capabilities Of A Teacher With "Successful Intelligence" And The Analytical Talents Of A Preschooler, Nawal Khader Al-Talhi

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

This study aimed at reveal the relationship between the abilities of a teacher with successful intelligence on the analytical giftedness of preschool children. The study sample consisted of 10 teachers from kindergarten in Jeddah, and they were divided into two groups: The first group is the teachers with the highest score on the scale, and the second group is the teachers with the lowest score on the scale., while the sample of children is composed of 30 children of teachers in the two groups. The two samples were selected by the intentional approach. The study relied on the correlational descriptive ...


Obstacles To Teaching Art Education From The Viewpoint Of Its Teachers In The Ministry Of Education In The State Of Kuwait, Mohammed Abdul Rahman Syed Ahmed Al-Aqeel 2021 Association of Arab Universities

Obstacles To Teaching Art Education From The Viewpoint Of Its Teachers In The Ministry Of Education In The State Of Kuwait, Mohammed Abdul Rahman Syed Ahmed Al-Aqeel

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

The current study aimed to identify the obstacles to teaching art education from the point of view of its teachers in the Ministry of Education in the State of Kuwait. The study used the descriptive survey approach, and to collect data, a questionnaire of art education obstacles was developed from the point of view of its teachers in the Ministry of Education in the State of Kuwait, in the form of a scale. From (18) paragraphs, and their validity and consistency was ascertained, they were applied to a sample consisting of (170) teachers from art education teachers in the Ministry ...


The Degree Of Implementation Of The Gamification Strategy And The Obstacles To Its Implementation I Have Computer Teachers In Riyadh In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, Sheikha Obaid Badah Al-Otaibi 2021 Association of Arab Universities

The Degree Of Implementation Of The Gamification Strategy And The Obstacles To Its Implementation I Have Computer Teachers In Riyadh In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia, Sheikha Obaid Badah Al-Otaibi

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

The Research objective is discover the level of implementing gamification strategy by the female teachers of computer science in Riyadh, ksa in addition to discovering the drawbacks from implementing gamification strategy by the female teachers of computer science in Riyadh, ksa from their perspective, and the differences in the level of implementing it by the female teachers of computer science in Riyadh according to the variables of education qualification, years of experience, and school grade they teach.

To achieve the research objectives the researcher used descriptive analysis method. and a questionnaire was prepared as data collective tool it consisted of ...


The Effect Of Using The Fryer Model In Teaching Science On The Development Of Innovative Thinking And The Acquisition Of Scientific Concepts Among Fifth Grade Primary Students In Taif City, Maha bint Eida Ayed Al-Harthy 2021 Association of Arab Universities

The Effect Of Using The Fryer Model In Teaching Science On The Development Of Innovative Thinking And The Acquisition Of Scientific Concepts Among Fifth Grade Primary Students In Taif City, Maha Bint Eida Ayed Al-Harthy

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

The study aimed to find out "the effect of using the Fryer model, in teaching science, on the development of innovative thinking among fifth-grade primary students in Taif." In order to achieve the aim of the study, the researcher used a quasi-experimental approach, on a simple random sample, from the research community, which included female pupils in the fifth grade of primary school, in the twenty-first primary school, in Taif city, and the number of female students in the sample reached (104) pupils, divided as follows: ( 52) a student in the control group, and (52) a student in the experimental ...


The Reality Of The Role Of The Saudi Family In The Economic Education Of Children In Light Of The Repercussions Of Globalization, Kholoud bint Fahad Al-Khader 2021 Association of Arab Universities

The Reality Of The Role Of The Saudi Family In The Economic Education Of Children In Light Of The Repercussions Of Globalization, Kholoud Bint Fahad Al-Khader

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

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Objectives of the study:

The study aimed to identify the role of the family in the economic education of children in light of the implications of globalization, according to the following areas: production, rationalization of consumption, and savings.

The study curriculum and tools:

A descriptive survey approach was used, and a questionnaire was developed and built to measure the role of the family in the economic education of children in light of the implications of globalization. It includes (3) areas and (24) phrases.

The study tool and its sample:

The questionnaire was applied to the study sample consisting ...


Attitudes Of Islamic Education Teachers In The District Of The Kasbah Of Mafraq Towards Implementing Comprehensive Quality In Their Schools, Salameh Matar Hussain Almazawdeh 2021 Association of Arab Universities

Attitudes Of Islamic Education Teachers In The District Of The Kasbah Of Mafraq Towards Implementing Comprehensive Quality In Their Schools, Salameh Matar Hussain Almazawdeh

Journal of Faculty of Education Assiut University - المجلة العلمية بكلية التربية-جامعة أسيوط

The present study aimed to identify the trends of Islamic education teachers in the Qasaba al-Mafraq district towards implementing comprehensive quality in their schools. It also aims to identify the effect of variables: (gender, academic qualification, and number of years of experience) on the directions of Islamic education teachers in the Qasaba al-Mafraq district towards implementing Total quality in their schools. The study concluded that the trends of Islamic education teachers in the district of the Kasbah of Mafraq towards implementing comprehensive quality in their schools were high, as the overall arithmetic mean was (3.9) and a standard deviation ...


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