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1912 - San Ardo Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey Co. - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1912 - San Ardo Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey Co. - Usgs

Groundwater Basin Maps

A 1912 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the San Ardo Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1915 - Soledad Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1915 - Soledad Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs

Groundwater Basin Maps

1915 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Soledad Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1910 - Gonzales Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1910 - Gonzales Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey County - Usgs

Groundwater Basin Maps

A 1910 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Gonzales Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1913 - Monterey Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey, Ca - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1913 - Monterey Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey, Ca - Usgs

Groundwater Basin Maps

A 1913 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Monterey Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1915 - Priest Valley Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Benito Counties - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1915 - Priest Valley Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Monterey And San Benito Counties - Usgs

Groundwater Basin Maps

An 1897 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Priest Valley Quadrangle, Monterey and San Benito counties, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


1915 - San Juan Bautista Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Santa Cruz, Monterey And San Bonita Counties - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1915 - San Juan Bautista Quadrangle Topographical Survey, Santa Cruz, Monterey And San Bonita Counties - Usgs

Groundwater Basin Maps

An 1897 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the San Juan Bautista Quadrangle, Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito Counties, California, reflecting landmarks, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


Berkumpul Bersama Untan Membangun Negeri, Bahrul Ilmi 2018 Selected Works

Berkumpul Bersama Untan Membangun Negeri, Bahrul Ilmi

Bahrul Ilmi

Setelah lulus dari SMA, kebanyakan yang terbayang dalam pikiran para pelajar adalah melanjutkan pendidikan mereka ke jenjang selanjutnya, yaitu perkuliahan. Untuk bisa melanjutkan ke tingkat tersebut, para pelajar tadi harus memilih perguruan tinggi yang diinginkannya. Ada banyak kampus di Indonesia yang bisa mereka pilih. namun untuk mendapatkan kampus yang tepat dengan jurusan yang sesuai, diperlukan informasi yang cukup banyak tentang kampus impian tersebut.

Jadi tidak harus menentukan satu-satunya kampus yang dipilih. Di Pontianak, ada satu kampus yang manjadi universitas favorit para pelajar.terutama di Kalimantan Barat. Sebenarnya, meski sudah menjadi kampus yang luar biasa dan terfavorit, biaya kuliah di UNTAN ...


1910 - Salinas Quadrangle Topographical Map, Monterey Co. - Usgs, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay

1910 - Salinas Quadrangle Topographical Map, Monterey Co. - Usgs

Groundwater Basin Maps

A 1910 U.S. Geological topographical survey depicting the Salinas Quadrangle, Monterey County, California, reflecting landmarks, Salinas River, creeks, ranchos, railways and roads.


Building A Professional Identity: The Role Of Conferences, Celeste Hill, Kristie Chandler, Clara Gerhardt 2018 Samford University

Building A Professional Identity: The Role Of Conferences, Celeste Hill, Kristie Chandler, Clara Gerhardt

Southeastern Council on Family Relations Conference

Professional identity is an ongoing process that evolves throughout the undergraduate years of study, and which will hopefully facilitate graduate school and vocational choices that match the student’s skills and sense of vocational calling. Professional Identity (PI), one form of social identity, has been described as the “attitudes, values, knowledge, beliefs, and skills that are shared with others within a professional group” (Adams et al., 2006, p. 56). Understanding the options and opportunities the chosen major may facilitate, allows for a good match between student interests and abilities and the potential career of choice. Developing a strong sense of ...


Best Practices In Engaging Online Learners Through Active And Experiential Learning Strategies, Gamze Ozogul 2018 Indiana University

Best Practices In Engaging Online Learners Through Active And Experiential Learning Strategies, Gamze Ozogul

Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning

No abstract provided.


Is Education A Waste Of Time And Money?, Michael Hemesath 2018 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University

Is Education A Waste Of Time And Money?, Michael Hemesath

Administration Publications

No abstract provided.


It’S Raining : Remotely Accessible Instruments In Nanotechnology To Promote Student Success, Jared M. Ashcroft, Atilla Ozgur Cakmak, Jillian Blatti, Esteban Bautista, Vanessa Wolf, Felix Monge, Dwaine Davis, M. Josefina Arellano-Jimenez, Raymond Tsui, Richard Hill, Anthony Klejna, James S. Smith, Gabe Glass, Timothy Suchomski, Kristine J. Schroeder, Robert K. Ehrmann 2018 Pasadena City College

It’S Raining : Remotely Accessible Instruments In Nanotechnology To Promote Student Success, Jared M. Ashcroft, Atilla Ozgur Cakmak, Jillian Blatti, Esteban Bautista, Vanessa Wolf, Felix Monge, Dwaine Davis, M. Josefina Arellano-Jimenez, Raymond Tsui, Richard Hill, Anthony Klejna, James S. Smith, Gabe Glass, Timothy Suchomski, Kristine J. Schroeder, Robert K. Ehrmann

Current Issues in Emerging eLearning

Remotely Accessible Instruments in Nanotechnology (RAIN) is a community of educators that aims to bring advanced technologies into K-12 and college classrooms via remote access. RAIN's mission is to facilitate the study of nanoscale science by lowering barriers for instructors to deliver relevant educational activities for younger students interested in learning about nanotechnology across traditional STEM fields. Additionally, RAIN engages the next generation STEM workforce with a connection to experts, tools and institutions where cutting-edge research is being performed. This resource is particularly vital for underrepresented and minority students, especially those attending institutions that cannot provide on-site access to ...


The Grizzly Details, March 2018, Staff Assembly 2018 Ursinus College

The Grizzly Details, March 2018, Staff Assembly

Staff Assembly Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Message From The President, Jaimie Hebert 2018 Georgia Southern University

Message From The President, Jaimie Hebert

Messages from the President

No abstract provided.


"They Can't Expect To Be Treated Like Normal Americans So Soon": Reconceptualizing Latinx Immigrants In Social Studies Education, Ramon Vasquez 2018 Western Michigan University

"They Can't Expect To Be Treated Like Normal Americans So Soon": Reconceptualizing Latinx Immigrants In Social Studies Education, Ramon Vasquez

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

This autoethnography examines the experiences of an assistant professor of elementary social studies methods at a predominantly White institution (PWI). Drawing on the Latina/o Critical Race Theory (LatCrit) methodology of testimonio, the assistant professor in this study, who self-identifies as Chicano, intentionally situates Latinx immigration counter-narratives as oppositional stories to the master narrative of “who belongs.” Using a Critical Race Theory (CRT) framework for analysis, this paper argues that counter-narratives serve as necessary correctives for reconceptualizing racist, essentialist, and nativist master narratives. This paper shows how social studies education courses in teacher preparation programs (TEPs) can serve as sites ...


Finding Place In Displacement: Latinx Youth And Schooling Along The Borderlands, Daniel I. Rubin, Christopher J. Kazanjian 2018 Jacksonville State University

Finding Place In Displacement: Latinx Youth And Schooling Along The Borderlands, Daniel I. Rubin, Christopher J. Kazanjian

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

Global trends of international displacement are rising to historical levels, and in the United States, the Trump Administration has proactively initiated legislation to restrict immigration by displaced peoples and build a wall between the US and Mexico. This is a reality for Latinx youth living along the US/Mexican border in the current political climate, where not only do they battle inequitable educational opportunities, but also a heightened sense of racial discrimination and profiling. This paper argues that it is crucial for teachers along the US/Mexican borderland to implement a culturally relevant curriculum to help Latinx youth fight for ...


Immigration Policy Impasse As An Actor: A Matter Of Concern For Educators, Tobie L. Bass 2018 The University of Georgia

Immigration Policy Impasse As An Actor: A Matter Of Concern For Educators, Tobie L. Bass

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

This qualitative, ethnographic research inquiry intends to prompt further conversation about how scholar-practitioners in the social sciences approach divisive topics such as immigration policy in teacher education. In the U.S. Southeast, practicing K-12 teachers and the researcher-instructor participated in a federally funded English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) professional development program through a public university. The professional development program’s goal was to advance teachers’ knowledge of working with culturally and linguistically diverse students. Although the school district where the study took place has a high population of immigrant students, statewide policies prohibiting immigrant students from higher education ...


Toward Linguistic Justice: Conceptual Schemes For Immigrants, Refugees, And Migrants, Zachary W. Taylor 2018 The University of Texas at Austin

Toward Linguistic Justice: Conceptual Schemes For Immigrants, Refugees, And Migrants, Zachary W. Taylor

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

This conceptual essay argues that many access and equity issues facing marginalized populations in higher education is owed to a postsecondary polyglossia, or, a penetrable, learned, set of unique language registers necessary for one to access and navigate institutions of higher education both inside and outside of their physical and metaphysical walls. Facilitating the transmission of this postsecondary polyglossia is Donald Davidson’s notion of the conceptual scheme, or, structures meant to interpret and transmit culture through language. Through Davidson and others, the postsecondary polyglossia is shown to permeate the totality of U.S. higher education, albeit inadvertently and through ...


“Who Belongs”: A Critical Race Theory And Latino Critical Theory Analysis Of The United States Immigration Climate For Undocumented Latinx College Students, Leslie Jo Shelton 2018 University of Arkansas

“Who Belongs”: A Critical Race Theory And Latino Critical Theory Analysis Of The United States Immigration Climate For Undocumented Latinx College Students, Leslie Jo Shelton

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

In this conceptual essay, I address the question “Who Belongs” by examining how Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Latino Critical Theory (LatCrit) can inform an understanding of how the U.S. immigration climate relates to undocumented Latinx college students. The following analysis is based on my reflections from conducting a qualitative study examining the experiences of 16 undocumented Latinx college students in the United States. I provide an overview of the current U.S. immigration climate followed by an explanation of CRT and LatCrit. I then offer an analysis of three discussion themes through a CRT and LatCrit lens: problematizing ...


Who Gets In? The Price Of Acceptance In Canada, Chavon A. Niles 2018 University of Toronto

Who Gets In? The Price Of Acceptance In Canada, Chavon A. Niles

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

The Canadian nation state is often applauded for its open and welcoming attitude towards Others. The Prime Minister of Canada has openly stated that “Diversity is our strength.” However, who gets in suggests who and what Canada values. Through the stories of Jazmine, Nico and Harold shared by Global News, I will illustrate how Canada continues to discriminate against people with disabilities. Using critical disability studies and critical race theory, I explore the assumptions the “excessive demand,” point system, and medical exam make in labelling and disregarding disabled applicants who are read as undesirable and unworthy. Finally, I reflect on ...


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