Dual Enrollment Efficacy On College Readiness As Perceived By High School Dual Enrollment Teachers And Counselors In South Alabama, 2016 University of Southern Mississippi
Dual Enrollment Efficacy On College Readiness As Perceived By High School Dual Enrollment Teachers And Counselors In South Alabama, Shulanda Stallworth Franks
The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions of Dual Enrollment teachers and high school counselors to compare and determine whether there are significant differences between their perceptions of college readiness among DE participants in South Alabama. Data was analyzed and presented based on its relevance to effectiveness. This study is relevant because scholars are unclear about the effects of DE on college readiness.
This research was designed to close some of the gaps in the literature and help education stakeholders to identify effective mechanisms to continue to develop and promote the Dual Enrollment program. This study examined ...
Grief & At-Risk Behavior: A Look At The Effectiveness Of Grief Counseling Groups For Adolescents In Public Schools, 2016 Lamar County Board of Education
Grief & At-Risk Behavior: A Look At The Effectiveness Of Grief Counseling Groups For Adolescents In Public Schools, Kiana Battle
National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah
This presentation will explore the affects that grief has on adolescents, including at–risk behaviors, identity confusion, issues of self-worth, and many more. The presentation will illustrate the positive impact that grief counseling groups have among adolescents (with a special focus in the public school environment). Barriers that hinder the effective delivery of group counseling within the public school arena will also be addressed (such barriers are amount of time in the school day, student caseload, and administrative support). This presentation will also address the critical role that school social workers play, in effectively providing group counseling interventions to adolescents ...
What Are The Barriers And Conduits To College Success For Academically Vulnerable Students?, 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York
What Are The Barriers And Conduits To College Success For Academically Vulnerable Students?, Marisol Zacarias
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects (2014-Present)
What are the barriers and conduits to college success for academically vulnerable students? Employing two theoretical frameworks—ecological systems theory and intersectionality—this thesis interrogates two concepts: grit/persistence and support. To do this, data were collected from a group of academically vulnerable students of color from low-income backgrounds via two methodologically different venues: a focus group in 2012 and follow-up one-on-one interviews two years later, in 2014. From the focus group, two themes emerged: discouraging messages and hope. Two years later the follow-up one-on-one interviews produced two additional themes: balancing act and support. Building positive peer relationships was identified ...
Realizing The Dream: African American Males’ Narratives That Encouraged The Pursuit Of Doctoral Education, 2016 City University of New York, Bronx Community College,
Realizing The Dream: African American Males’ Narratives That Encouraged The Pursuit Of Doctoral Education, Ted N. Ingram
Journal of Research Initiatives
This article used personal narratives to discover factors affecting the decision of African American males to consider doctoral education. This study was based on qualitative interviews with 18 African American male doctoral students enrolled at predominantly white institutions as they reflected on their reasons for pursuing an advanced degree. The following were found to influence their decision: (a) need for faculty encouragement, (b) motivation to pursue a doctorate, and (c) their personal motivations. Recommendations are offered for increasing the numbers of African American male doctoral students.
Research In Brief - Can They Teach Each Other? : The Restructuring Of Higher Education And The Rise Of Undergraduate Student “Teachers” In Ontario, Jennifer Massey, Sean Field
Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs
Changes to public funding regimes, coupled with transformations in how universities are managed and measured have altered the methods for educating undergraduate students. The growing reliance on teaching fellows, teaching assistants, and increasingly undergraduate peer educators (administering Supplemental Instruction [SI] programs) is promoted as a means toachieve a greater “return on investment” in the delivery of postsecondary education. Neoliberal discourses legitimating this downloading of teaching labour suggest it offers a “win-win” solution to the “problem” of educating growing numbers of undergraduate students. It proposes universities can deliver the same curricula, and achieve the same “outcomes” (primarily measured through grades and ...
Challenging The Utility Of A Racial Microaggressions Framework Through A Systematic Review Of Racially Biased Incidents On Campus, 2016 University of Pittsburgh - Main Campus
Challenging The Utility Of A Racial Microaggressions Framework Through A Systematic Review Of Racially Biased Incidents On Campus, Gina A. Garcia, Marc P. Johnston-Guerrero
Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs
Despite claims of being in a “postracial” era, racially biased incidents pervade college and university campuses across the U.S., as evidenced in the continual media coverage of such incidents. In recognizing the complexities of these incidents, we sought to offer a contemporary review of racially biased incidents on college and university campuses and to explore the extent to which they represent covert forms of racial microaggressions versus more overt forms of racism. We conducted a content analysis of all news-making racially biased incidents that occurred on college and university campuses between August 1, 2005 and May 1, 2010, identifying ...
Complete Issue, 2016 Western Michigan University
Complete Issue, Christopher W. Tremblay, Patrick J. O'Connor Phd
Journal of College Access
No abstract provided.
Increasing College Opportunity: School Counselors And Fafsa Completion, 2016 San Diego State University
Increasing College Opportunity: School Counselors And Fafsa Completion, Laura Owen, Erik Westlund
Journal of College Access
Closing postsecondary opportunity gaps has become a national, state and local educational priority. To help eliminate these gaps, the US Department of Education initiated a project that provided real time student level Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion status to large urban school districts. Leveraging this information, school counselors identified and supported students and families as they navigated the financial aid process, resulting in statistically significant impacts on FAFSA completion and college attendance.
Apps4counseling: What’S In Your Digital Toolbox?, 2016 Bridgewater State University
Apps4counseling: What’S In Your Digital Toolbox?, Maxine L. Rawlins, Elizabeth A. Hughes
Counselor Education Faculty Publications
From the article:
“The goal of our current multiyear mobile device and app curation project is to explore ways in which iOS and Android mobile devices and related apps can be used to enhance counseling and therapy, counselor education, training and wellness promotion. Initial emphasis was on the iPad. The hope is that the results of the project will significantly streamline the app search process for counselors, human service and other allied health providers, counselor educators, trainers and counselor education students, and increase the ways and frequency in which mobile devices are purposively integrated into our work. We also hope ...
The Future Of Residence Life And Student Affairs In Christian Higher Education, Rishi Sriram, Melissa Mclevain
Rishi Sriram, Ph.D.
Suffering And Sacrifice: Individual And Collective Benefits, And Implications For Leadership, 2015 University of Richmond
Suffering And Sacrifice: Individual And Collective Benefits, And Implications For Leadership, Scott T. Allison, Gwendolyn C. Setterberg
Scott T. Allison
Frank Shushok Recognized For Mentorship In Writing And Research, 2015 Virginia Tech
Frank Shushok Recognized For Mentorship In Writing And Research, Frank Shushok
Frank Shushok Jr.
Travel Tales: The Role Of Storytelling In Abroad Experience And Healing, 2015 SIT Graduate Institute
Travel Tales: The Role Of Storytelling In Abroad Experience And Healing, Colleen N. Mcmurray
This capstone paper examines the perceived effectiveness of storytelling in the healing process. It aims to answer the question: What role does storytelling play in the healing of returning travelers? The study was conducted by analyzing forty digital videos, categorizing themes, and analyzing the themes in relation to themes found within several articles about the power and effects of storytelling. Five principal themes were used from the data collected. The themes were then used to gain a deeper understanding of how storytelling makes the storyteller feel and how storytelling can be used for healing. The author of this paper has ...
Preferred Mentoring Characteristcs And Doctoral Students’ Research Self-Efficacy, 2015 The University of Southern Mississippi
Preferred Mentoring Characteristcs And Doctoral Students’ Research Self-Efficacy, Ashley Johnston
Mentoring relationships, even though essential to all aspects of one’s life, are an important part of the educational experience. Levinson (1978) found that it was the most important relationship one could have and vital to those in the early adulthood stage of development. Furthermore, graduate students seek to become better researchers; therefore, research skill development is essential to the graduate school experience. The ability to develop these skills can aid in the ability to identify oneself as a researcher. Using Levinson’s adult development theory and Markus and Nurius’ possible selves theory as the theoretical framework, the goal of ...
Student Services, 2015 Goodwin College
Student Services, Jenette Davis
Human Services Capstones
Student services, student affairs, or student support is the department or division defined as a critical aspect of the higher education experience. It provides services and support for students at institutions of higher education to enhance student growth and development in the United States and abroad. The work done by student affairs professionals helps students begin a lifetime journey of growth and self-exploration. This lines right up with the roles and responsibilities of a Human Services Professional. A Human Services professional is someone who contributes to the quality of life by providing direct service, improved accessibility and accountability, and partnerships ...
Suicide Prevention Strategies In Tennessee Community Colleges: A Case Study, 2015 East Tennessee State University
Suicide Prevention Strategies In Tennessee Community Colleges: A Case Study, Sandra Perley
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for college students; annually approximately 1,100 students in institutions of higher education die by suicide. However, most research related to college student suicide was conducted using the sample of 4-year institutions. Community colleges have seldom been included in the sample of suicide research studies. This qualitative case study research explored the student suicide prevention strategies in the 13 community colleges in the Tennessee Board of Regents higher education system. Data were collected from surveys, institutional web sites, and interviews with institutional personnel.
Approximately half of the institutions offer suicide prevention information ...
An Examination Of The Relationship Between Athletic Satisfaction And Student Adaptation To College, 2015 University of Tennessee - Knoxville
An Examination Of The Relationship Between Athletic Satisfaction And Student Adaptation To College, Brian C. Russell
Research on the experience of student-athletes at the collegiate level suggests that they may face challenges and hurdles in adjusting to college differently than those faced by students of the general student population. Additionally, research on student satisfaction suggests that a student’s satisfaction has an impact on the academic experience and retention of students, while research on athletic satisfaction suggests a relationship exists between athletic and academic satisfaction for student-athletes. However, it remains unclear whether there is a positive or negative relationship between the experiences of adjustment to college and athletic satisfaction of a student-athlete.
The purpose of this ...
Social Justice Education: Using Communication Activism Pedagogy To Help University Cultural Centers Increase Campus Diversity & Inclusivity, 2015 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Social Justice Education: Using Communication Activism Pedagogy To Help University Cultural Centers Increase Campus Diversity & Inclusivity, Sophia T. Vu
This study examined how student affairs professionals, especially those in cultural centers, could increase campus diversity and inclusivity. More specifically, it sought to find a theoretical basis for social justice education programs that could increase campus climate. It was performed as a single site case study at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Three Cal Poly student affairs professionals were interviewed for qualitative data which were then compared and analyzed with the literature surrounding campus diversity and inclusivity. The study concludes that student affairs professionals can increase campus diversity and inclusivity by developing social justice education programs that not ...
Deconstructing Dominant Discourse Using Self-Deprecating Humor: A Discourse Analysis Of A Consulting With Japanese Female About Hikikomori And Neet, Hatsuho Ayashiro
Wisdom in Education
This study examines how dominant discourses are deconstructed in a consulting, particularly focusing on self-deprecating humor. Data were collected from a session with a Japanese client whose son was in hikikomori or NEET state, and a transcript of the session was analyzed using positioning theory. Examining several extracts shows how the client’s positioning of her son and herself is influenced by some dominant discourses, such as deficit discourse and so on. These dominant discourses are deconstructed by self-deprecating humor, because such ironical self-positioning makes these discourses visible, and defeats the self made by society. We discuss the findings with ...
Double Listening And The Danger Of A Single Story, 2015 San Andreas High School
Double Listening And The Danger Of A Single Story, Sally Ab Meyer
Wisdom in Education
This paper describes the roots of double listening and its role in avoiding the danger of a single story. Double listening is defined. Additional topics include background information, suggestions for the practice of double listening, and practical examples. Also discussed is the relationship of double listening to active listening, narrative therapy, and solution-focused therapy.