Antecedent Interventions For Escape-Maintained Problem Behavior, 2011 Utah State University
Antecedent Interventions For Escape-Maintained Problem Behavior, J. Hammond, N. Rolider, B. Iwata, Sarah Bloom
Sarah E. Bloom
No abstract provided.
Providence College Library+Commons Promotional Branding Material: Library+Commons Wordle, 2011 Providence College
Providence College Library+Commons Promotional Branding Material: Library+Commons Wordle, D. Russell Bailey
D. Russell Bailey
A PDF file containg a WORDLE graphic of Library+Commons concepts.
Providence College Library+Commons Promotional Branding Material: Library+Commons Graphics, 2011 Providence College
Providence College Library+Commons Promotional Branding Material: Library+Commons Graphics, D. Bailey, Carol Wiseman, Leslie Lanzieri, Laura Bucci
D. Russell Bailey
A PDF file containing Library+Commons images and grapics used at Providence College.
Providence College Library+Commons Promotional Branding Material: Library+Commons Brochure, 2011 Providence College
Providence College Library+Commons Promotional Branding Material: Library+Commons Brochure, D. Russell Bailey
D. Russell Bailey
A two-sided handout describing the features of the Library+Commons at Providence College.
Lessons Learned From A Tiered Service Delivery Implementation Project, 2011 Boise State University
Lessons Learned From A Tiered Service Delivery Implementation Project, Evelyn Johnson, Juli Pool, Deborah Carter
Juli Lull Pool
Tiered models of service delivery for both academics and behavior are being increasingly adopted across the nation, and discussions of how to implement these models effectively and simultaneously are growing. In this article, the authors share some lessons learned from a 2-year implementation project to implement a comprehensive (both academic and behavior) model of tiered service delivery in an elementary school. The authors discuss four major issues that arose during implementation, including signs for predicting these challenges and insights into how they can be addressed.
Creating Print-Rich Learning Centers, 2011 Boise State University
Creating Print-Rich Learning Centers, Juli Pool, Deborah Carter
Juli Lull Pool
The article offers ways on how teachers can create a print-rich pre-school environment to help children improve their literacy skills. It mentions that teachers can share books to children for them to become motivated in learning. It also suggests the need to provide writing materials that encourage children's language development and self-expression. Furthermore, teachers can conduct a dramatic play to allow children to take on roles and express their ideas.
Five Year Follow-Up Evaluation Of A Faculty Development Program: A Qualitative Study, 2011 University of Missouri-St. Louis
Five Year Follow-Up Evaluation Of A Faculty Development Program: A Qualitative Study, Marcia Tennill
This qualitative follow-up evaluation explored the long-term impact of a faculty development program on participants who were five years post program. This study focused on 12 faculty members who participated in the University of Missouri’s New Faculty Teaching Scholars program. The nine month program focused on creating a culture of teaching within the university and enhancing peer networking among participants. Data was collected through the review of existing program documents, interviews with program participants, classroom observations, and the review of participants’ syllabi and curriculum vitae. The primary purpose of this study was to learn how a faculty development program ...
Elementary Teachers’ Mental Models Of Engineering Design Processes: A Comparison Of Two Communities Of Practice, 2011 University of Missouri-St. Louis
Elementary Teachers’ Mental Models Of Engineering Design Processes: A Comparison Of Two Communities Of Practice, Ann Piening Mcmahon
Educating K-12 students in the processes of design engineering is gaining popularity in public schools. Several states have adopted standards for engineering design despite the fact that no common agreement exists on what should be included in the K-12 engineering design process. Furthermore, little pre-service and in-service professional development exists that will prepare teachers to teach a design process that is fundamentally different from the science teaching process found in typical public schools. This study provides a glimpse into what teachers think happens in engineering design compared to articulated best practices in engineering design.
Wenger’s communities of practice work ...
Leadership Styles Of Female Senior Student Affairs Officers, 2011 University of Missouri-St. Louis
Leadership Styles Of Female Senior Student Affairs Officers, Montague Theresa Orinthia
ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to examine the self-reported leadership styles of female Senior Student Affairs Officers at public and private 4-year institutions. This study sought to determine if (a) there is a dominant leadership frame usage among female SSAO’s, (b) determine if leadership style varies significantly among females with less than 5 years of experience in the profession as compared to those with 5 or more years of experience in the profession and (c) identify whether multi-frame leadership style usage differs between female SSAOs at public and private 4-year institutions. This study employed a cross-sectional research ...
Meeting Minutes, 2011 Western Kentucky University
Meeting Minutes, Wku Council Of Academic Deans
Council of Academic Deans
Meeting regarding promotion, tenure, action plan, enrollment, MAP and international education.
Cloud, Emma Lily (Barnes), B. 1929 (Sc 2490), 2011 Western Kentucky University
Cloud, Emma Lily (Barnes), B. 1929 (Sc 2490), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2490. School autograph books (2), correspondence, and substitute teacher reports of Emma (Barnes) Cloud of Ohio County, Kentucky. Includes a letter and Christmas card from her future husband, Allen C. Cloud, written during his Air Force service.
An Investigation Of The Doctoral Dissertation Literature Review: From The Materials We Use To Prepare Students, To The Materials That Students Prepare, Melynda H. Fitt
All Graduate Theses and Dissertations
Practically speaking, a well-conducted review of literature is central to a scholar’s ability to pose pertinent and timely questions within their field. As part of the culminating written assessment of a Ph.D. candidate, the dissertation literature review provides a unique vantage point to explore future scholars’ preparation. In spite of its central role within the research process, research about how future scholars are taught the doctoral competencies necessary to conduct a review of the literature for the dissertation or how the dissertation literature reviews are assessed is limited.
In two separate studies, this research uses the Boote and ...
Newsroom, 2011 Georgia Southern University
Newsroom, Georgia Southern University
No abstract provided.
Connecting Rather Than Colliding: When American And Chinese Rhetorical Styles Meet In The University Classroom, 2011 Johnson & Wales University - Providence
Connecting Rather Than Colliding: When American And Chinese Rhetorical Styles Meet In The University Classroom, Karen Shea
English as a Second Language Faculty Publications & Research
Many American teachers can see differences between the way their domestic and international students organize an argument; fewer would be able to explain these differences. Due to the recent wave of Chinese students enrolling in American universities, many professors are grappling with cultural differences ranging from the unfamiliar classroom behavior to the diverse rhetorical styles of these students. Misunderstandings may form a rift between the students, who write according to their own Eastern rhetorical upbringing, and the professors, who assign and assess the writing based on their Western rhetorical tradition. As a result, many professors are looking for ways to ...
Physical Educators' Technology Competencies And Usage, 2011 University of Wollongong
Physical Educators' Technology Competencies And Usage, Marianne L. Woods, Grace Goc Karp, Hui Miao, Dana Perlman
The purpose of this study was 10 examine K-12 physical education teachers' perceptions of ability and usage of technology. Physical educators (n=114) completed the Physical Education Technology Usage Survey assessing their perceived technology competency, how and why they utilize technology, challenges they face in implementing technology, and where they learned to use technology. Results indicated a high level of perceived competency with many forms of technology but differences based on gender, teaching level, and years of experience. Low competency levels were shown for website creation, FDAs, heart rate monitors, and body composition analyzers. The teachers reported that student learning ...
Tennis Professionals Can Help Motivate Young Athletes, 2011 University of Wollongong
Tennis Professionals Can Help Motivate Young Athletes, Katrina Perlman, Dana Perlman
Tennis professionals throughout the United States are given a daunting task of meeting the diverse tennis needs of their athletes. Athletes populate tennis centers with various reasons for playing. For instance, some may want to play at an elite level, while others may desire to simply hit three balls in a row. These diverse motives for participation also apply to youthful athletes. Young tennis players take part in practice sessions and programs for various reasons. Some are made to attend while others possess a perception of being the next Roger Federer or Kim Clijsters.
Getting Open: Games That Teach Spatial Awareness, 2011 University of Wollongong
Getting Open: Games That Teach Spatial Awareness, Connie Collier, Dana Perlman, Jennifer Fisette
When we think about children playing games, too often our recollection involves children in a mob-like formation around a soccer ball or basketball while the rest of the court or field is empty. Coaches and teachers primarily focus instruction around on-the-ball skills and tend to overlook the importance of how to engage players in fun game-like practices, which emphasize the tactics of supporting the ball carrier or creating space. In this paper, we offer three modified games that provide students' opportunities to explore methods for creating space, moving to open space, and advancing towards the goal. Each game includes a ...
Change In Affect And Needs Satisfaction For Amotivated Students Within The Sport Education Model, 2011 University of Wollongong
Change In Affect And Needs Satisfaction For Amotivated Students Within The Sport Education Model, Dana Perlman
The purpose of this study is to examine the in!uence of the Sport Education Model (SEM) on amotivated students affect and needs satisfaction. 78 amotivated students from an original pool of 1,176 students enrolled in one of 32 physical education classes. Classes were randomly assigned to either the SEM (N = 16) or traditional class (N = 16). Data were collected using a pretest/posttest design measuring affect (enjoyment) and needs satisfaction. Analysis of data used repeated-measures ANOVAs to examine differences. Results indicated signi"- cant changes in amotivated student’s perceptions of enjoyment and relatedness satisfaction within the SEM.
Examination Of Self-Determination Within The Sport Education Model, 2011 University of Wollongong
Examination Of Self-Determination Within The Sport Education Model, Dana Perlman
The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of the Sport Education Model (SEM) on students’ self-determined motivation and underlying psychological need(s) in physical education. A total of 182 Year-9 students were engaged in 20 lesson units of volleyball, using either the SEM or a traditional approach. Data was collected using a pretest/posttest design measuring self-determined motivation and perceptions of the psycho-social climate. Analysis of data utilized four separate repeated measures ANOVAs for self-determination and basic psychological needs. Results indicated significant change in self-determination and relatedness for students engaged in the SEM. As such, implementation of ...
Using Mobile Technologies To Develop New Ways Of Teaching And Learning, 2011 University of Wollongong
Using Mobile Technologies To Develop New Ways Of Teaching And Learning, J. Herrington, A. Herrington, Jessica Mantei, I. Olney, B. Ferry
The chapters of this e-book comprise the pedagogical and research endeavours of a team of academics in higher education who worked with mobile learning devices over two years on a project entitled New Technologies: New Pedagogies project: Using mobile technologies to develop new ways of teaching and learning. The project endeavoured to take an innovative approach not only in the creation of new, authentic pedagogies for mobile devices but also in the action learning approach adopted for the professional development of participants. The project involved 15 people including teachers, IT and PD personnel. It was a large and ambitious project ...