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Linking School-Based Assessment With Public Examinations: The Role Of Moderation, Gabrielle Matters 2010 ACER

Linking School-Based Assessment With Public Examinations: The Role Of Moderation, Gabrielle Matters

Dr Gabrielle Matters

This paper describes the function and forms for each of social moderation and statistical moderation and, for the latter, uses a set of school assessments and external examination results in one subject to illustrate the transformation of school scores to “scaled” school scores.


Grappling With The Intersection Of Language And Ability Differences: Equity Issues For Chicano/Latino Students In Special Education, Alfredo J. Artiles, Federico R. Waitoller, Rebecca A. Neal 2010 Arizona State University

Grappling With The Intersection Of Language And Ability Differences: Equity Issues For Chicano/Latino Students In Special Education, Alfredo J. Artiles, Federico R. Waitoller, Rebecca A. Neal

Rebecca Neal

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The L.E.A.D. Project: Leading Educational Achievement Through Dialogue 2010, Michael O'Neill, Anne Coffey, Shane Lavery, Jennifer Oaten, Lou Thompson 2010 The University of Notre Dame Australia

The L.E.A.D. Project: Leading Educational Achievement Through Dialogue 2010, Michael O'Neill, Anne Coffey, Shane Lavery, Jennifer Oaten, Lou Thompson

Lou Thompson

The L.E.A.D. Project: Leading Educational Achievement Through Dialogue 2010 is the report of the research team from the University of Notre Dame Australia funded by the Australian Government Quality Teacher Program. It is a multi-site case study which gathered data on high performing secondary schools in the Catholic system of Western Australia The data was gathered from 9 secondary schools in the Catholic system. All Principals and Deputy Principals (Curriculum) were interviewed for the study. Focus groups of Heads of Learning were interviewed, in total 32 Heads of Learning participated. Focus groups of teachers were interviewed, in ...


Invited Speaker: Careers In International Education, Sora Friedman 2010 SIT Graduate Institute

Invited Speaker: Careers In International Education, Sora Friedman

Sora Friedman

No abstract provided.


Balancing Our Academic Lives: How To Be A Good Teacher, Engage In Service To The Community, And Continue To Be An Active Scholar, Cynthia Norton 2010 St. Catherine University

Balancing Our Academic Lives: How To Be A Good Teacher, Engage In Service To The Community, And Continue To Be An Active Scholar, Cynthia Norton

Cynthia Norton

No abstract provided.


2011 Bgsu Hesa Newsletter, Sherry L. Early 2010 Marshall University

2011 Bgsu Hesa Newsletter, Sherry L. Early

Sherry Early

Editor of this edition


A Paradigm In Architectural Education - Kolb's Model And Learning Styles In Studio Pedagogy.Pdf, Sara Khorshidifard 2010 Bowling Green State University - Main Campus

A Paradigm In Architectural Education - Kolb's Model And Learning Styles In Studio Pedagogy.Pdf, Sara Khorshidifard

Sara Khorshidifard

No abstract provided.


Preservice Teachers' Beliefs And Attitude About Teaching And Learning Mathematics Through Music: An Intervention Study Sa An, T Ma, Mm Capraro, Song A. An, Tingting Ma 2010 Selected Works

Preservice Teachers' Beliefs And Attitude About Teaching And Learning Mathematics Through Music: An Intervention Study Sa An, T Ma, Mm Capraro, Song A. An, Tingting Ma

Song A. An

No abstract provided.


Music-Math Integrated Activities For Elementary And Middle School Students, Song A. An, Mary M. Capraro 2010 Selected Works

Music-Math Integrated Activities For Elementary And Middle School Students, Song A. An, Mary M. Capraro

Song A. An

No abstract provided.


Resenha Ordem Do Discurso De Michel Foucault, Wagner Amodeo Prof. 2010 Selected Works

Resenha Ordem Do Discurso De Michel Foucault, Wagner Amodeo Prof.

Wagner Amodeo

A presente resenha foi elaborada a partir da obra ―A ordem do discurso‖ de Michel Foucault, referente à aula inaugural proferida pelo autor no College de France em 02 de dezembro de 1970. Outras fontes de referência contribuíram para a compreensão dos conceitos abordados na obra em foco indicadas ao final deste trabalho.


The Expanding Charter Movement: Separate, Unequal, And Legal?, Christopher Tienken 2010 Seton Hall University

The Expanding Charter Movement: Separate, Unequal, And Legal?, Christopher Tienken

Christopher Tienken

No abstract provided.


Predicting Adolescents’ Future Intentions To Seek Help For Mental Health Problems., Coralie J. Wilson 2010 University of Wollongong

Predicting Adolescents’ Future Intentions To Seek Help For Mental Health Problems., Coralie J. Wilson

Frank Deane

This study examined whether high school students’ current symptoms of general psychological distress, self-rated social problem-solving skills, and recent help-seeking experiences predict their future intentions to seek help for a mental health problem. At Time 1, 98 high school students, aged 12-17 years, completed the study self-report survey that included measures of psychological distress, social problem-solving skill, and recent help-seeking behaviour. At Time 2, three weeks later, the same students completed measures of help-seeking intentions. Students with more severe levels of distress symptoms at Time 1 had lower intentions to seek help for a mental health problem at Time 2 ...


Tpck For Impact: Classroom Teaching Practices That Promote Social Justice And Narrow The Digital Divide In An Urban Middle School, Savilla I. Banister, Rachel A. Reinhart 2010 Bowling Green State University

Tpck For Impact: Classroom Teaching Practices That Promote Social Justice And Narrow The Digital Divide In An Urban Middle School, Savilla I. Banister, Rachel A. Reinhart

Savilla I Banister

US schools have long struggled with what has recently been identified as the “achievement gap.” While the debate ensues in regards to an explicit definition for this phenomenon, research overwhelmingly demonstrates that students of marginalized populations remain on the lower end of most measures of school success. Accordingly, advocates of social justice point to the disparities of resources, including quality teachers, experienced by students in poverty. As a part of this movement, access to appropriate technological resources in schools has become an issue, commonly labeled the “digital divide.” This study reviews evidence of teaching for social justice and impacting the ...


Performing Heteronormativity, Hegemonic Masculinity, And Constructing A Body From Bullying, Brandon O. Hensley 2010 Millikin University

Performing Heteronormativity, Hegemonic Masculinity, And Constructing A Body From Bullying, Brandon O. Hensley

Brandon O. Hensley

Drawing upon literature in postmodern selfhood, bodybuilding subculture, embodied performance, and (re)construction of hegemonic masculinity in 21st century American culture, this exercise in autoethnography aims to contribute to the qualitative dialogue regarding the masculinized performance of (un)healthy embodiment through working out, along with the pleasures, pressures, meanings, and implications that come with it.


Moderating Effect Of Age On The Link Of Emotional Intelligence And Mental Health Among High School Students, Siti Aishah Hassan Ph.D. 2010 Universiti Putra Malaysia

Moderating Effect Of Age On The Link Of Emotional Intelligence And Mental Health Among High School Students, Siti Aishah Hassan Ph.D.

Siti Aishah Hassan Ph.D.

This study examined whether, Emotional Intelligence (EI) can be considered as predictor for mental health and explored also the moderating effect of age on the link between EI with mental health among high school students. The participants in the study included 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students from 8 public high schools in Gorgan City, north of Iran. They were 247 high school students, specifically comprised of 124 boys and 123 girls, age ranged between 15 to 17 years old (83, Fifteen; 82, Sixteen; 82, Seventeen). The research design was an ex post facto and tested of alternative hypotheses. Two ...


Quality Of Supervision Of Ph.D. Program Among Public Universities In Malaysia: A Rasch Model Analysis, Siti Aishah Hassan Ph.D. 2010 Universiti Putra Malaysia

Quality Of Supervision Of Ph.D. Program Among Public Universities In Malaysia: A Rasch Model Analysis, Siti Aishah Hassan Ph.D.

Siti Aishah Hassan Ph.D.

This study examines Ph.D. students’ satisfaction with the supervision process at four selected universities in Malaysia. In addition, the study also investigated the psychometric properties of Quality Supervision Scale (QSS); specifically the scale dimensionality, construct validity, endorsibility, and estimation of item and person score reliability of the scales. The participants were 153 Ph.D. students of these universities. The QSS includes many qualities of effective supervision such as supervisor academic competency, research methods competency, attitude towards supervisee, faculty academic and moral supports and supervisees’ personal traits was distributed to the respondents. The Rasch model analysis was employed to analyze ...


Resisting The Binaries: Student Achievement And Social Justice As Complementary Discourses In Teacher Education, Jody Piro 2010 WCSU

Resisting The Binaries: Student Achievement And Social Justice As Complementary Discourses In Teacher Education, Jody Piro

Jody Piro

This article discusses two teacher education discourses which are often framed as oppositional. It suggests that student achievement and social justice discourses represent complementary, not opposing, outcomes of teacher education.


Catholicity And Faculty Seminars, Richard M. Liddy 2010 Seton Hall University

Catholicity And Faculty Seminars, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

No abstract provided.


Method In Catholic Studies, Richard M. Liddy 2010 Seton Hall University

Method In Catholic Studies, Richard M. Liddy

Richard M Liddy

No abstract provided.


Calo Of A Chicano From "Carlos-Malo, Califas", Refugio I. Rochin 2010 University of California, Davis/Santa Cruz

Calo Of A Chicano From "Carlos-Malo, Califas", Refugio I. Rochin

Refugio I. Rochin

Caló is the language used in Chicano neighborhoods; a source of identity and intimacy among English Language Learners with Spanish roots. Caló shapes character and lives of many who cross-communicate within the US and abroad. This is a story of my life with Caló - as a global consultant and academic with experiences in several different communities and countries, from the 1960s to 2012.


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