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Strategies To Overcome Special Education Teacher Burnout, Amber Eastwood 2021 Minnesota State University Moorhead

Strategies To Overcome Special Education Teacher Burnout, Amber Eastwood

Dissertations, Theses, and Projects

Special education teacher burnout has been a topic of concern dating back to the 1970s when it was first identified and conceptualized and has since been a growing trend in the field of education (Embse, 2019). With the everchanging world of education, the demands of a special education teacher have grown and are causing new triggers that are contributing to their burnout. Research is showing that 40% of new teachers are leaving the profession within the first five years of teaching with stress and burnout at the top of the list contributing to their departure (Herman, 2020). Since researching about ...


Cultivating Culturally Responsive Elementary Teachers In A Suburban Title I School, Angela L. Mack 2021 Kennesaw State University

Cultivating Culturally Responsive Elementary Teachers In A Suburban Title I School, Angela L. Mack

Doctor of Education in Teacher Leadership Dissertations

Research suggests increased enrollment of students with diverse cultural, racial, linguistic, and social backgrounds will continue in schools across the United States over the coming years; thereby, imposing a challenge for some teachers with differing backgrounds to instruct culturally and linguistically diverse students. Without adequate professional development focused on culturally responsive teaching, it has been purported teachers will continue to adopt deficit perceptions and subpar practices that negatively impact students of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Thus, this study aimed to explore how a series of in-service professional development focused on culture, race, and pedagogy may influence teacher perceptions and ...


The Lived Experiences Of Latinx Parents And Their Perception Of Bilingual Programs: A Phenomenological Reflection, Manuel O. Adrianzen 2021 National Louis University

The Lived Experiences Of Latinx Parents And Their Perception Of Bilingual Programs: A Phenomenological Reflection, Manuel O. Adrianzen

Dissertations

The aim of this study is two-fold. First, to better understand and capture the lived experiences of Latinx parents as they navigate the registration/enrollment process at the school and select a language program for their Pre-kindergarten child. Second, to understand what lived experiences influence their perception about bilingual education programs. Using Van Manen’s (2016) concept of human sciences and phenomenology, data was collected through the use of conversational interviews. The responses provided by the parents and school clerk revealed five themes, fear & anxiousness, hope for things to come & for a brighter future, use of social networks to understand ...


Towards A Better Understanding Of The Complex Nature Of Written Corrective Feedback And Its Effects: A Duoethnographical Exploration Of Perceptions, Choices, And Outcomes., Eva Kartchava, Yushi Bu, Julian Heidt, Abdizalon Mohamed, Judy Seal 2021 Carleton University

Towards A Better Understanding Of The Complex Nature Of Written Corrective Feedback And Its Effects: A Duoethnographical Exploration Of Perceptions, Choices, And Outcomes., Eva Kartchava, Yushi Bu, Julian Heidt, Abdizalon Mohamed, Judy Seal

Journal of Response to Writing

Despite a large body of research into the benefits of corrective feedback (i.e., teachers’ reactions to students’ incorrect use of the target language), little is known about how new and experienced second-language (L2) teachers supply feedback to writing and what factors guide their decisions. This paper is a collaborative effort of 1 teacher-educator and 4 graduate students to examine the process of providing written corrective feedback (WCF) to university-level L2 learners. Findings point to complexities involved in WCF provision and the importance of examining CF holistically, as preservice teachers’ corrective choices and learners’ responses to them are often interlinked ...


Supporting High Quality Teacher Preparation: Results From A Mentoring Program For Special Education Faculty - Two Years Later, Harriet J. Bessette, Katie Bennett 2021 Kennesaw State University

Supporting High Quality Teacher Preparation: Results From A Mentoring Program For Special Education Faculty - Two Years Later, Harriet J. Bessette, Katie Bennett

The Advocate

Two years ago, we presented a newly formalized process for systematically inculcating new faculty into our department, which up to that point had relied solely on the generosity of the department chair, seasoned faculty, and other new faculty for advice, support, and the sharing of ideas, resources, and knowledge about the specifics of the university, college, department, and academe in general. The mission of our mentoring program was envisaged as providing visible and consistent support for new and early career faculty development. The program that was established was conceived as a reciprocal learning relationship characterized by trust, respect, and commitment ...


Teaching Computer Science: An Exploration Of Habits Of Mind, Lauren Hays, Jenna Kammer 2021 University of Central Missouri

Teaching Computer Science: An Exploration Of Habits Of Mind, Lauren Hays, Jenna Kammer

The Advocate

Previous research has indicated that many K-12 computer science teachers do not have a background in computer science education. This means, computer science teachers are not necessarily using established habits of mind they learned from their own studies. The purpose of this study is to understand more about the habits of mind needed by computer science educators, and students, who often have varying levels of ability and knowledge of computer science.

We answer the following research questions:

  1. How do teachers of computer science use teaching strategies to develop the habits of mind needed for computing?
  2. What habits of mind do ...


Teacher Education Practices For Preparing Secondary-Level Preservice Teachers To Lead Whole Class Discussions, Gretchen Norland 2021 Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas

Teacher Education Practices For Preparing Secondary-Level Preservice Teachers To Lead Whole Class Discussions, Gretchen Norland

The Advocate

This qualitative embedded, single-case study examined the perceptions and experiences of four secondary-level preservice teachers leading whole class discussions in education classes in a private Midwestern college. Despite the research on the importance of dialogic instruction, preservice teachers are inadequately prepared to facilitate discussions. Little research exists on how to help secondary-level preservice teachers develop effective discussion skills. The significance of this study highlights an increase in secondary-level preservice teachers’ abilities to lead whole class discussion through questioning strategies correlated with Bloom’s Taxonomy (1956) and practice-based teaching methods. More research is needed on the effects of practice-based teaching methods ...


A Letter From The Ate-K President, Gary Andersen 2021 Fort Hays State University

A Letter From The Ate-K President, Gary Andersen

The Advocate

A letter from the ATE-K President, Dr. Gary Andersen.


Editorial Information For The Advocate, 2021 Kansas State University Libraries

Editorial Information For The Advocate

The Advocate

Editorial Information for The Advocate


Seeking A Healthy Balance As An Educator During Covid: A Look At Dr. Edith Trevino’S Social Emotional Toolkits For Teachers, Sara Abi Villanueva 2021 Garcia Early College High School

Seeking A Healthy Balance As An Educator During Covid: A Look At Dr. Edith Trevino’S Social Emotional Toolkits For Teachers, Sara Abi Villanueva

Journal of Multicultural Affairs

This is a review of two social-emotional toolkits and guidebooks by Dr. Edith Trevino, affectionately known as Dr. ET. She is a self-published author who provides an easy-to-follow guidebook for those in the education field who might be struggling with the demands and pressures experienced during COVID-19. An interview with the author allows for a deeper understanding of her purpose for providing teachers with interactive toolkits and workbooks.


An Evaluation Of Local Mentor Support In Ae E-Teacher Educational Technology Integration Online Teacher Training Course, Yasemin Yelbay Yilmaz, Seher Balbay 2021 Hacettepe University

An Evaluation Of Local Mentor Support In Ae E-Teacher Educational Technology Integration Online Teacher Training Course, Yasemin Yelbay Yilmaz, Seher Balbay

Journal of Educational Research and Practice

This study addressed a different approach to online language teacher training programs. The researchers investigated the pros and cons of having local mentor support for an online course titled Using Technology in the English Language Classroom provided by the AE E-Teacher Program. The course was offered to preservice teachers from 24 different universities across Turkey. The study collected data through a pre- and post-online survey and individual semistructured interviews. The results revealed that while local mentoring as a supplement to the main course content contributed to teacher candidates’ emotional and professional attachment to their profession by helping them relate theory ...


Student Reflections On Working A Virtual Program In A Global Pandemic, Jacob T. Peterson, Jamie Jacob Brunsdon, Perry Charles 2021 The University of Alabama

Student Reflections On Working A Virtual Program In A Global Pandemic, Jacob T. Peterson, Jamie Jacob Brunsdon, Perry Charles

Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship

For the past six summers, the Center for Community-Based Partnerships at the University of Alabama has hosted the Swim to the Top program at a local YMCA serving the Tuscaloosa, Alabama, community. The program offers instructor positions for undergraduate and graduate students attending the university. Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Swim to the Top had to go virtual in 2020. For the first time, instructors had to create content and connect virtually with the campers at the YMCA. The purpose of this article is to share and describe the experiences of three Swim to the Top student instructors—an ...


Thank You Reviewers, Paul B. Freeman OD 2021 University of the Incarnate Word

Thank You Reviewers, Paul B. Freeman Od

Optometric Clinical Practice

Thank you to all the reviewers!


Conjunctival Intraepithelial Neoplasia: A Case Report, Christopher Bugajski OD, FAAO 2021 Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Northern Indiana Health Care System, St. Joseph County VA Clinic

Conjunctival Intraepithelial Neoplasia: A Case Report, Christopher Bugajski Od, Faao

Optometric Clinical Practice

Background: Gelatinous, vascularized lesions of the conjunctiva are a subset of ocular surface tumors that are derived from various cell types. The more worrisome origins include diagnoses of conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). Topical treatments such as mitomycin-C, 5-fluorouracil, and interferon alfa-2b are now used as single therapy or in conjunction with surgical excision.

Case Report: This case features a 78-year-old Caucasian male with CIN treated with surgical removal and topical interferon alfa-2b. In addition to discussing the details of this case, this report highlights important caveats of the treatment and management of the condition as ...


Choroidal Melanoma: Screening For Metastasis And Frequency Of Incidental Second Primary Cancer Diagnosis., Ethan Leyda OD 2021 The Ohio State University College of Optometry, Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Choroidal Melanoma: Screening For Metastasis And Frequency Of Incidental Second Primary Cancer Diagnosis., Ethan Leyda Od

Optometric Clinical Practice

Background: Choroidal melanoma is the most common primary intraocular malignancy in adults. This case report reviews clinical diagnostic features, imaging techniques, treatment, prognosis, and systemic work-up of choroidal melanomas. It also addresses choroidal melanoma metastasis and the incidental finding of second primary cancers through whole-body screening.

Case Report: A 71-year-old white male reported to the Cleveland VA Medical Center optometry retina clinic for a second opinion exam of an asymptomatic choroidal lesion in the right eye. The lesion was a 6 mm gray choroidal mass in the inferior peripheral fundus, with orange pigmentation, retinal pigmented epithelial hypertrophy along the superior ...


Ocular Characteristics Of Non-Covid-19 Patients: A Retrospective Study Of Time-Sensitive Ophthalmic Care During The Pandemic, Yun-Ping Moore OD, Laura Ward MSPH, Farah Gulaid OD, Susan A. Primo OD, MPH, FAAO 2021 Emory University School of Medicine

Ocular Characteristics Of Non-Covid-19 Patients: A Retrospective Study Of Time-Sensitive Ophthalmic Care During The Pandemic, Yun-Ping Moore Od, Laura Ward Msph, Farah Gulaid Od, Susan A. Primo Od, Mph, Faao

Optometric Clinical Practice

Purpose: To analyze the cohort of clinical patients seen during the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown at Emory Eye Center in comparison with prior weeks.

Method: We conducted a retrospective chart review from three outpatient clinical sites over a period of eighteen weeks, which covered pre-COVID-19 dates as well as the dates of when our clinics were closed near the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. We utilized data from providers assigned to daily triage coverage for in-person exams. Primary diagnosis and visit type data were extracted to look for trends and commonalities among urgent or time-sensitive patients.

Results: For the nine weeks ...


Dean's View, Timothy Wingert OD 2021 University of the Incarnate Word

Dean's View, Timothy Wingert Od

Optometric Clinical Practice

Dean of University of the Incarnate Word-Rosenberg School of Optometry shares insight.


Perfect Storm, Paul B. Freeman OD 2021 University of the Incarnate Word

Perfect Storm, Paul B. Freeman Od

Optometric Clinical Practice

Letter from the Editor-in-Chief


Supporting Students With An Autism Spectrum Disorder In Engineering: K-12 And Beyond, Jennifer L. Kouo, Alexis Hahn, Sarah Morton, Jay Gregorio 2021 Towson University

Supporting Students With An Autism Spectrum Disorder In Engineering: K-12 And Beyond, Jennifer L. Kouo, Alexis Hahn, Sarah Morton, Jay Gregorio

Journal of Science Education for Students with Disabilities

Individuals with disabilities, including individuals with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. With the importance of STEM skills in future employment and other disciplines, effective instructional strategies must be identified to enhance early and sustained access to STEM for students with ASD. However, the literature identifying effective STEM-specific supports and practices for this population of students is sparse and regarding engineering, there are no empirical studies that focus on teaching engineering skills to students with ASD. Therefore, the article aims to provide an overview of the available literature on the perspectives ...


Shifting To Critical Empathy: Exploring The Ideological Becoming Of Secondary Teachers During Critical, Dialogic Professional Development, Maria McSorley 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Shifting To Critical Empathy: Exploring The Ideological Becoming Of Secondary Teachers During Critical, Dialogic Professional Development, Maria Mcsorley

Doctoral Dissertations

The limited research concerning empathy within secondary education continues to focus on student empathy, rather than shifting the gaze to teacher empathy. Moreover, while teacher empathy is generally conceptualized as an innately positive quality, skill, or disposition, the research (while limited) suggests that empathy without deep understanding of social and structural inequity has demonstrated risk. Teachers who, for example, develop and express empathy across lines of difference without knowledge of systemic inequality (particularly about how inequity shows up in schools) have the potential to oversimplify or overidentify with an “other’s” experience (Boler, 1999). This can lead to the false ...


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