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Effects Of Drug Delivery On Ppi-Responsive Esophageal Eosinophilia, Alex Biller, Rachel Chevalier, Amornluck Krasaelap, Janelle R. Noel-Macdonnell 2024 Children's Mercy Kansas City

Effects Of Drug Delivery On Ppi-Responsive Esophageal Eosinophilia, Alex Biller, Rachel Chevalier, Amornluck Krasaelap, Janelle R. Noel-Macdonnell

Research Days

Determine if formulation of proton pump inhibitory (pill/capsule vs liquid) affects eosinophilic infiltration of esophagus in patients with PPI-Responsive Esophageal Eosinophilia.


Simultaneous Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy And Deceased Donor Liver Transplant In A Pediatric Patient With Cirrhosis And Class 3 Obesity, Lakshmi Kunam, Voytek Slowik, Brooke Sweeney, Ryan T. Fischer, Jason D. Fraser, Bhargava Mullapudi, Richard J. Hendrickson 2024 Children's Mercy Kansas City

Simultaneous Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy And Deceased Donor Liver Transplant In A Pediatric Patient With Cirrhosis And Class 3 Obesity, Lakshmi Kunam, Voytek Slowik, Brooke Sweeney, Ryan T. Fischer, Jason D. Fraser, Bhargava Mullapudi, Richard J. Hendrickson

Research Days

Background: Liver transplantation is a life saving procedure for children with end-stage liver disease with the goal of returning to a normal healthy life. Obesity and weight gain can lead to post-transplant steatosis and contribute to patient morbidity and mortality. In patients with obesity, simultaneous bariatric surgery can lead to reduced body mass index (BMI) and decrease allograft steatosis and patient metabolic syndrome.

Methods: After obtaining patient and family assent/consent, patient records were reviewed and analyzed.

Results: The patient was initially evaluated at 8 years of age for right upper quadrant pain. Imaging consistent with cirrhosis and portal hypertension prompted …


Reflections On “Unsettling The University” And Its Call To Responsibility, Sharon Stein 2024 Seton Hall University

Reflections On “Unsettling The University” And Its Call To Responsibility, Sharon Stein

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Theoretical Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto 2024 Seton Hall University

Theoretical Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Methodological Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto 2024 Seton Hall University

Methodological Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Putin’S War: Supporting International Students During Global Crises, Abu Arif, Juanita Hennessey, Sonja Knutson, Lynn Walsh 2024 Seton Hall University

Putin’S War: Supporting International Students During Global Crises, Abu Arif, Juanita Hennessey, Sonja Knutson, Lynn Walsh

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Higher Education Practitioners' Experience In A Global Pandemic: Reflections On The Everyday And How To Bring In Critical Perspectives, Chelsey Laird 2024 Seton Hall University

Higher Education Practitioners' Experience In A Global Pandemic: Reflections On The Everyday And How To Bring In Critical Perspectives, Chelsey Laird

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Reflecting On Critical Considerations For Research With International Students As A Subfield, Jenna Mittelmeier, Sylvie Lomer, Kalyani Unkule 2024 Seton Hall University

Reflecting On Critical Considerations For Research With International Students As A Subfield, Jenna Mittelmeier, Sylvie Lomer, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 3, Kalyani Unkule 2024 Seton Hall University

“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 3, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


The Hidden Curriculum And Internationalization In Efl: A Call For Heightened Criticality, Charles Brown 2024 Seton Hall University

The Hidden Curriculum And Internationalization In Efl: A Call For Heightened Criticality, Charles Brown

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 1, Kalyani Unkule 2024 Seton Hall University

“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 1, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 2, Kalyani Unkule 2024 Seton Hall University

“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 2, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Treating International Students Beyond Teaching Cultural Differences?, Suhao Peng 2024 Seton Hall University

Treating International Students Beyond Teaching Cultural Differences?, Suhao Peng

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Challenges And Opportunities In The International Higher Education “Post-Pandemic” Landscape, Abu Arif, Melissa Whatley 2024 Seton Hall University

Challenges And Opportunities In The International Higher Education “Post-Pandemic” Landscape, Abu Arif, Melissa Whatley

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Crafting Non-Western Ways Of Writing, Sharin Shajahan Naomi 2024 Seton Hall University

Crafting Non-Western Ways Of Writing, Sharin Shajahan Naomi

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Publishing In The Neoliberal And (Neo)Colonial Academy, Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez, Melissa Whatley 2024 Seton Hall University

Publishing In The Neoliberal And (Neo)Colonial Academy, Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez, Melissa Whatley

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Decolonizing Higher Education In The Classroom: Reflections From A Graduate Student, Marisa Lally 2024 Seton Hall University

Decolonizing Higher Education In The Classroom: Reflections From A Graduate Student, Marisa Lally

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Management Of Religion Teachers’ Socioemotional Competencies In Information And Communication Technologies Integration: A Phenomenographic Study, Mario Armando Cartagena Beteta, María Inmaculada Pedrera Rodríguez, Francisco Ignacio Revuelta Domínguez, Edith Soria Valencia 2024 Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola

Management Of Religion Teachers’ Socioemotional Competencies In Information And Communication Technologies Integration: A Phenomenographic Study, Mario Armando Cartagena Beteta, María Inmaculada Pedrera Rodríguez, Francisco Ignacio Revuelta Domínguez, Edith Soria Valencia

The Qualitative Report

This investigation forms part of a doctoral study that examines the relation between socioemotional competencies (SECs) and teachers’ beliefs on the integration of information and communication technologies (ICTs). It addresses religion teachers’ knowledge of SECs during the curricular integration of ICTs, specifically their internal aspects in their pedagogical practice using ICTs (second-order barriers). This study also discusses the characteristics of religion teachers, who have received less attention than teachers of science, language, or mathematics disciplines, partly because religion is not considered a priority area in educational policies. To this end, this study adopted a qualitative approach in the phenomenographic tradition …


Game-Based Learning: A Handbook For Chilean Elementary Efl Educators, Bernardita Maria Ramirez Larrain 2024 University of San Francisco

Game-Based Learning: A Handbook For Chilean Elementary Efl Educators, Bernardita Maria Ramirez Larrain

Master's Projects and Capstones

English language learning in Chilean elementary schools presents a significant challenge. Despite mandatory English education since fifth grade, many students struggle to achieve high proficiency, highlighting the need for transformative interventions. The presented curricular design addresses this problem by integrating game-based activities to enhance listening and speaking skills in Chilean elementary schools. Titled "Level Up Language Learning: Transforming Chilean Elementary EFL Instruction with Game-Based Learning," the handbook offers customizable games aligned with the Chilean proposed curriculum, catering to individual learner needs and diverse learning styles. This approach aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice, empowering educators and improving …


Middle School Administrator And Instrumental Music Teacher Perceptions Of The Danielson Framework For Teaching Observation Tool, Kimberly Hunt Hirschmann 2024 Liberty University

Middle School Administrator And Instrumental Music Teacher Perceptions Of The Danielson Framework For Teaching Observation Tool, Kimberly Hunt Hirschmann

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

Despite continuous efforts to develop teacher observation and evaluation frameworks, one-size-fits-all evaluation tools may not be adequate for an instrumental music classroom. Since implementing the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2015, teacher evaluation has shifted from a high-stakes accountability model to models focused on feedback and professional growth. One popular model is the Danielson Framework for Teaching (FFT), which is utilized across all disciplines, including music. The current study proposes to fill a gap in the literature regarding the utility of the FFT to contribute to teachers' professional growth. This transcendental phenomenological study examines the perceptions of middle school …


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