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Ilcp: Enhancing Your Students' Authentic Leadership Potential Through Building Emotional Intelligence, Maribeth Overland 2011 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University

Ilcp: Enhancing Your Students' Authentic Leadership Potential Through Building Emotional Intelligence, Maribeth Overland

Forum Lectures

Did you know there is a resource on campus that will help your students enhance their emotional intelligence quotient resulting in expanded authentic value based leadership skill development? The Inspiring Leaders Certificate Program (ILCP), has provided values-based leadership development courses in seven certificate levels to more than 9,342 participants since 2006. Come learn how ILCP can work with you to be a resource for you and your students to build emotional intelligence resulting in more authentic values-based leadership capacity as our students leave CSB/SJU to make a difference!


The Minutes Of The Marshall University Faculty Senate Meeting, September 22, 2011, Marshall University Faculty Senate 2011 Marshall University

The Minutes Of The Marshall University Faculty Senate Meeting, September 22, 2011, Marshall University Faculty Senate

Faculty Senate Minutes

No abstract provided.


Western News, Sept. 22, 2011 , Western Michigan University 2011 Western Michigan University

Western News, Sept. 22, 2011 , Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: Dunn explains WMU's new strategic plan; Fall enrollment up slightly compared to 2010; September service awards; On Campus with James Kison.


The George-Anne, 2011 Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne

The George-Anne

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Are College Rankings Out Of Step With America's Future?, Nancy Cantor 2011 Syracuse University

Are College Rankings Out Of Step With America's Future?, Nancy Cantor

Office of the Chancellor

As U.S. News & World Report issues its newest rankings, we are reminded not only of the volatility and mystery surrounding these magazine rankings, but, much more importantly, of the ways in which the rankings simply don't begin to comprehensively capture the strategic directions that most of higher education must follow to establish secure footholds in what is often referred to as a "new normal" world.


Iowa State Daily, Iowa State Daily 2011 Iowa State University

Iowa State Daily, Iowa State Daily

Iowa State Daily, September 2011

Sports: More than self-defense; Regents: Board approves Knoll renovation motion; Online: View more photos from sand Mandala; Presidential search: Who will take over?; Flavors: Cinnamon apples makes yummy snack; Memorial Union: Inuit native to present in Great Hall; University: Committee presents candidates; FacesintheCrowd: How do you feel about getting a new president?; Military: Policy banning homosexuals officially repealed; Art: Work continues on sand painting


Restore International Education Funding To Align With U.S. Higher-Ed Goals, Jayne M. Comstock 2011 Butler University

Restore International Education Funding To Align With U.S. Higher-Ed Goals, Jayne M. Comstock

Jayne Marie Comstock

"As Congress approaches another budgeting cycle, we must all support the call to restore Title VI funding for FY 2012."


Undergraduate Finance Capstone In A Liberal Arts Setting: An Active Learning Approach, Steven Welch 2011 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University

Undergraduate Finance Capstone In A Liberal Arts Setting: An Active Learning Approach, Steven Welch

Accounting and Finance Faculty Publications

In a liberal arts setting, there are no “schools” or “colleges” in which to neatly group a capstone experience. We have developed a course meant to address a capstone experience, while being true to a focus within our particular major. In this paper, an effort to create a course designed as a capstone experience specific to the finance discipline using an active learning strategy is reviewed. The primary method of instruction is with case studies. However, only the first part of the course is taught using the traditional case teaching method. Most of the rest of the course is taught ...


Food-Related Symposium Held At Iwu, Sylvia Zukowski '12 2011 Illinois Wesleyan University

Food-Related Symposium Held At Iwu, Sylvia Zukowski '12

News and Events

No abstract provided.


Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrated, Kristin Fields '12 2011 Illinois Wesleyan University

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrated, Kristin Fields '12

News and Events

No abstract provided.


Community & Government Affairs Meeting Minutes 9/21/2011, University of South Florida. Student Government Senate 2011 University of South Florida

Community & Government Affairs Meeting Minutes 9/21/2011, University Of South Florida. Student Government Senate

Legislative Branch Publications

Student Government Senate Committee on Community and Government Affairs meeting minutes for 9/21/2011


Programming And Audits Committee Meeting Agenda 09/21/2011, University of South Florida. Student Government Senate 2011 University of South Florida

Programming And Audits Committee Meeting Agenda 09/21/2011, University Of South Florida. Student Government Senate

Legislative Branch Publications

Student Government Senate Committee on Programming and Audits meeting agenda for 9/21/2011


Programming And Audits Committee Meeting Minutes 09/21/2011, University of South Florida. Student Government Senate 2011 University of South Florida

Programming And Audits Committee Meeting Minutes 09/21/2011, University Of South Florida. Student Government Senate

Legislative Branch Publications

Student Government Senate Committee on Programming and Audits meeting minutes for 9/21/2011


Raising The Kindergarten Entry Age, Misty Newcomb, Gary W. Ritter 2011 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Raising The Kindergarten Entry Age, Misty Newcomb, Gary W. Ritter

Policy Briefs

In recent years, the standards in Arkansas for entry into kindergarten underwent changes that can be difficult to understand. Across the nation, states have increased the minimum age of entry into public schools, and Arkansas is no exception. Recently, a policymaker in our state asked the OEP to look into the research surrounding the question of raising the kindergarten entry age. This policy brief discusses the new requirements as well as the impact of these requirements on families and children in the short and long term by looking at recent changes in Arkansas law and studies concerning the effect of ...


The Effect Of Choice On The Behavior Of Off Task High School Students In An Alternative School Setting, Laura Campbell 2011 Rowan University

The Effect Of Choice On The Behavior Of Off Task High School Students In An Alternative School Setting, Laura Campbell

Theses and Dissertations

This study was done to examine the effect of choice on off task behaviors in high school students attending an alternative school. The participants were from various backgrounds, ability levels, and presence of disabilities. The students were observed performing three target behaviors; specifically talking off topic, being out of a seat needlessly, and being out of the classroom. This was initiated during a baseline observation period, and again over a five day period after being introduced to the choice process. The alternative activities from which they chose were lesson extensions, educational puzzles or reading material, or classroom jobs. This was ...


Community & Government Affairs Meeting Agendas 9/21/2011, University of South Florida. Student Government Senate 2011 University of South Florida

Community & Government Affairs Meeting Agendas 9/21/2011, University Of South Florida. Student Government Senate

Legislative Branch Publications

Student Government Senate Committee on Community and Government Affairs meeting agenda for 9/21/2011


Newsroom, Georgia Southern University 2011 Georgia Southern University

Newsroom, Georgia Southern University

Newsroom

  • Georgia Southern University Researchers to Study Role of Prenatal Exercise and Nutrition in Childhood Obesity


Roger Williams University Celebrates 40 Years Of Theatre On Campus, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University 2011 Roger Williams University

Roger Williams University Celebrates 40 Years Of Theatre On Campus, Public Affairs, Roger Williams University

Featured News Story

RWU Theatre program founder William Grandgeorge to guest direct original 1971 production, kick-off Performing Arts Center’s 25th anniversary celebration.


I Can U Can: Six Strategies For Building Teachers’ Ict Confidence And Capability Through Metacognitive Discussion And Reflection: Experiences From Technology Together, Renata Phelps, Anne Graham, Sharon Brennan, Carolyn Carrigan 2011 Southern Cross University

I Can U Can: Six Strategies For Building Teachers’ Ict Confidence And Capability Through Metacognitive Discussion And Reflection: Experiences From Technology Together, Renata Phelps, Anne Graham, Sharon Brennan, Carolyn Carrigan

Dr Renata Phelps

When people are prompted to think about their values, beliefs and their past experiences they will often start to recognise factors that impact on their learning and this recognition can bring key insights into how they can help themselves to change. It can assist them to realise the strengths and limitations of various learning strategies and change their perspectives and behaviours. Computer learners can also be prompted to see that becoming a proficient computer using teacher is more about their attitudes and learning strategies than it is about having some ‘magic’ personal quality or set of skills. Technology Together, the ...


Technology Together: Supporting Whole-Schools To Become Capable Learning Communities, Renata Phelps, Anne Graham, Elizabeth Watts, Anne O'Brien 2011 Southern Cross University

Technology Together: Supporting Whole-Schools To Become Capable Learning Communities, Renata Phelps, Anne Graham, Elizabeth Watts, Anne O'Brien

Dr Renata Phelps

While many teachers are integrating information and communication technology (ICT) in their teaching practice, there are still a significant number of teachers who are hesitant, reluctant or resistant to using technology, either personally and/or in their teaching. Many teachers remain daunted by the rapid rate of technological change, and the inability to feel as though they ‘know enough’. While most approaches to teacher professional development concentrate on skill development of individual teachers, this paper describes an approach that focuses instead on the values, attitudes, beliefs, confidence and learning strategies of teachers, and on building a culture within a school ...


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