Graduate Internship In Agriculture Education, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Graduate Internship In Agriculture Education, Melissa C. Stegall
Graduate Internship Reports in Agricultural Education
This internship and project report includes validation documents required in meeting the quality criteria for secondary-level programs of instruction in agriculture. The documents are concurrently used for the Agriculture Incentive Grant review process at Los Molinos High School conducted by representatives of the California Department of Education. The supporting material includes information to receive state and local funding, outline the goals and objectives of the program, along with an overview of Los Molinos High School, the agriculture program and the community. This report specializes in Agriculture Mechanics and building pathway curriculum.
Cybersecurity Education Employing Experiential Learning, 2018 Kennesaw State University
Cybersecurity Education Employing Experiential Learning, Travis Lowe, Casey Rackley
KSU Proceedings on Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice
The purpose of this paper is to discuss a curriculum design that employs Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory stages and Kolb’s Learning Styles in four consecutive class sessions. The challenge each class is to present students with perplexing and often frustrating network problems that someday might be encountered on the job. By using Kolb’s theory, students address those problems from the perspective of each learning style, while passing through each phase of the learning cycle. As a result, students gain stronger cognitive thinking skills and hands-on troubleshooting skills in preparation for work as network administrators or cybersecurity ...
Infographic: Teacher Training In Student Career Guidance, 2018 Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Infographic: Teacher Training In Student Career Guidance, Dominique Russell
In a new working paper published by the OECD, results from a survey of teachers conducted in PISA 2015 are presented. Teachers were asked if training in student career guidance and counselling was included in their initial teacher education or in their professional development activities during the last 12 months.
Finding Light In The Caves: Achieving Professional And Personal Bliss On A Journey In Cheeseworld, 2018 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Finding Light In The Caves: Achieving Professional And Personal Bliss On A Journey In Cheeseworld, Mitchell Bleier
All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
The most common approach to educating the populace places learners in contrived, curriculum-centered learning environments that are characterized by uniformity, standardization, and incessant high-stakes testing. The primacy of efficiency, an externally imposed and shifting set of non-negotiables, and top-down management dominate schooling. This set of circumstances tends to marginalize learners whose particular attributes, needs, wants and goals locate them far from what can be considered representative of the average student. In other words, efficiency trumps difference and leaves many learners in need of alternative paths to happiness and fulfillment (Callahan, 1962).
This system works for some, but for many it ...
Keynote Speech: The Source Of Hong Kong Technical Education From Public Repositories, 2018 The University of Hong Kong
Keynote Speech: The Source Of Hong Kong Technical Education From Public Repositories, Koon Yiu Ma
The launching ceremony of VPET Repository
At the turn of the 20th century, after Dr. Sun Yat Sin had received western medical education in Hong Kong, the development of western technology in Hong Kong was advanced in a rapid rate. Electricity had been applied to lighting, lift and tram; wireless communication though not yet common had been applied to shipping and weather communication; Kowloon telephone had been connected successfully; Structural steel and steam engine were common in ocean going steamer, buildings and railways; Cars using petroleum were on the newly formed asphalt roads. New machineries and materials were used in infra-structures such as reclamation, reservoir, road ...
Writing, Developing, And Publishing Your Aviation Book, 2018 Associate Professor of Geography & Aviation, University of Waterloo
Writing, Developing, And Publishing Your Aviation Book, Suzanne K. Kearns Ph.D.
National Training Aircraft Symposium (NTAS)
As the aviation industry faces a projected shortage of aviation professionals internationally, it is increasingly important to guide and support the next generation on their path towards competence. Part of this support will require skilled teachers and researchers to contribute to aviation education through the publication of their knowledge and expertise within books.
A challenge is that, through their educational journey, most aviation academics are taught the process of writing and publishing their research within academic journals. Very little direct guidance on the process, types, and publication venues of books is available.
The purpose of this presentation is to outline ...
The New First Class: Flying Jump Seat, 2018 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
The New First Class: Flying Jump Seat, Attila Szucs
There is always that one thing at the top of everyone’s list. Their bucket list, that is. Fulfilling that top item brings people happiness and a feeling of completion towards the good life. For me, the day Aegean Airlines generously allowed me up front with the pilots, was the day I realized flying jump seat was at the top of my bucket list.
Creative Problem Solving As A Positive Intervention And Approach To Career Development, 2018 University of Pennsylvania
Creative Problem Solving As A Positive Intervention And Approach To Career Development, Laura Delprato
Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Capstone Projects
Every year, over 19 million college students in the United States face big decisions like choosing a major, securing an internship, and deciding their next steps after graduation (National Center for Education Statistics, 2018). With rapid advancements in the world of work, there are many emerging environmental factors that make these decisions complex and challenging (Callanan, Perri, & Tomkowicz, 2017). This paper explores how positive psychology and creative problem solving research can support students as they make career-related decisions and design their lives. Advancements in positive psychology build a foundation of research that supports work as a pathway to flourishing. Accordingly ...
Meshing Employment Services, 2018 University of Massachusetts Boston
Meshing Employment Services, John Kramer, Thinkwork! At The Institute For Community Inclusion At Umass Boston, Nicole Jorwic, Nancy Mercer, Jill Pierce, Kevin Walker
Working with vocational rehab, DDS, and community agencies to secure community employment with the supports you need for success!
Great Libraries Open Doors: Collaborating With Career Services To Support Library Employees At James Madison University, 2018 James Madison University
Great Libraries Open Doors: Collaborating With Career Services To Support Library Employees At James Madison University, Jennifer A. Keach, Chandra Lane
Supporting the career development of your library faculty and staff can help you retain highly qualified employees and develop your next leaders. In 2017, the presenters’ university library embraced a new initiative to support our employees in their career goals. Through a partnership with the university Career & Academic Planning office, the mid-sized academic library developed and implemented an immersive program focused on the participants’ career goals. The blended program included self-assessments, 360-degree feedback, expert panels, informational interviews, networking strategies, resume reviews, and interview practice during in-person class sessions and online. This poster provides details about the program objectives, curriculum, and ...
Start With Self-Determination: Advancing Postsecondary Outcomes Of Youth With Autism Spectrum Disorder, 2018 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Start With Self-Determination: Advancing Postsecondary Outcomes Of Youth With Autism Spectrum Disorder, Tara E. Regan
The William & Mary Educational Review
Youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have the poorest post-high school, or postsecondary, outcomes in comparison to their peers with and without disabilities. They experience low levels of engagement or even lack of engagement in employment, education, independent living, and community activities. As a result, these outcomes place a heavier load on families, professionals, and communities that support the ASD population throughout their lifespan. Therefore, the cost of taking care of this population is rising, with a current estimate of over $40 billion per year. In disability literature, self-determination (i.e., autonomy and empowerment) has been identified as a predictor ...
Aged 539 Graduate Internship Report, 2018 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Aged 539 Graduate Internship Report, Natalie Vaz Sanchez
Graduate Internship Reports in Agricultural Education
The AGED 539 graduate internship report contains a multitude of validated documents that is required in meeting the quality criteria for the Agriculture Incentive Grant. This grant is specifically allocated for secondary- level programs of instruction in agriculture. All documents in this report are used for the Agriculture Incentive Grant review process for Kingsburg High School, which is administered by a representative of the California Department of Education. The internship includes information in regards to the development, current standing, and future goals for the Kingsburg High School Agriculture Department. The supporting material includes all required evidence needed in order to ...
Use Of Interactive Notebooks In The Parenting Classroom, 2018 State University of New York College at Buffalo - Buffalo State College
Use Of Interactive Notebooks In The Parenting Classroom, Kimberly A. Schildwaster
Career & Technical Education Theses
The purpose of this study is to examine the use of Interactive Notebooks in a parenting course. The parenting courses in this study were composed of 10-15 students, ranging in age from 14-18 years. Parenting courses were designed for students to discuss important factors before becoming a parent, the process of conception to birth, and child development skills from 0-5 years. Interactive notebooks are a tool that organizes information, instruction, and thoughts of students while also providing a resource for students to review information. Paper interactive notebooks allow for both input and output of information. The information remains a resource ...
If You Experience Sexual Harassment You Must Report It... Right?, 2018 University of New Mexico
If You Experience Sexual Harassment You Must Report It... Right?, Alejandra M. Rosales
Intersections: Critical Issues in Education
No abstract provided.
The Association Between Changes In Vocational Programs On Student Mobility, Attendance, And Suspension In New Jersey: A Retrospective Study, Jared Edward Keshishian
Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)
This explanatory longitudinal study explains the influence of the removal of vocational education on specific school variables and determines the between-group differences of high school vocational programs and county vocational schools on these variables. The data set was obtained from the New Jersey Historical School Report Card from 1994–2001, which can be found on the NJDOE (New Jersey Department of Education) website. The time frame of the data set was chosen because many school districts during this time removed their vocational classes to make room for the state’s mandated minimum course requirements. The results from this study aid ...
Un Escenario Para El Futuro, 2018 Marcelino Fernández. Colegio Montedeva. Gijón. Spain
Un Escenario Para El Futuro, Marcelino Fernández
ICOT 18 - International Conference on Thinking - Cultivating Mindsets for Global Citizens
Descripción/relato de la experiencia educativa llevada a cabo en el Colegio Montedeva de Gijón el pasado curso 2016/17 por los/as alumnos/as de Sexto de Primaria y de su profesorado.
Propuesta de trabajo por proyectos de profunda filosofía cooperativa, constructiva y social.
Experiencia modelo de como con pocos recursos pero con trabajo e ilusión, se pueden conseguir grandes metas.
Opportunities Beyond High School: An Eld Unit For Newcomer Students, 2018 The University of San Francisco
Opportunities Beyond High School: An Eld Unit For Newcomer Students, Karen Toepp
As an English Language Development (ELD) teacher, I noticed the junior newcomer students at my high school in the Bay Area of California were not being prepared for jobs or careers after their graduation. As newcomers, they are working through trauma, reuniting with their families, learning a new language and adapting to a new culture. Though many arrived with high expectations for school, students stopped connecting graduating high school with having access to higher education, which meant more job training and better employment opportunities. A lack of motivation and unskilled teachers contributed to students struggling in school and leading to ...
Supervision Of School-Based, Agricultural Education: A Historical Review, 2018 Garber Public Schools, Garber, Oklahoma
Supervision Of School-Based, Agricultural Education: A Historical Review, Cassie M. Graham, M. Craig Edwards
Journal of Research in Technical Careers
This study’s purpose was to understand the historical evolution of the supervision of school-based, agricultural education (SBAE). Supervision as a concept is described, including its emergence as an integral part of public school education in the United States. Moreover, the perspectives of early leaders of vocational education, such as Charles Prosser, are examined, as well as the impact of the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917 and other key federal legislation that came afterward. Supervision of SBAE as inspection and administrative oversight and for the purpose of instructional improvement is explored. We also discuss the early supervisory role of teacher educators ...
Meta-Analytic Procedures For Career And Technical Education Post-Secondary Researchers And Practitioners, 2018 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Meta-Analytic Procedures For Career And Technical Education Post-Secondary Researchers And Practitioners, Conrad Oh-Young, Howard R. D. Gordon, Xue Xing, John Filler
Journal of Research in Technical Careers
Meta-analytic studies are syntheses of literature in which researchers use statistical means to summarize the findings presented across primary studies. They are of great interest in the fields of medicine and social sciences with numerous examples published in peer-reviewed journals. However, it appears that career and technical education (CTE) researchers are either not performing these research syntheses, or are not publishing their findings. Thus, there are three purposes to this manuscript. The first is to present CTE researchers and practitioners with a rationale as to why meta-analyses should be performed. The second is to provide guidelines that researchers and practitioners ...
Employability Skills And Trends In The Outdoor Power And Equipment Industry, 2018 NC A&T State University
Employability Skills And Trends In The Outdoor Power And Equipment Industry, Antoine J. Alston, Ryan Anderson, Chastity W. English, Dexter B. Wakefield
Journal of Research in Technical Careers
The Power, Structural and Technical Systems (PST) Career Pathway is one of eight within the Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Career Cluster; this pathway provides the curriculum that includes outdoor power equipment content. The perceived workforce readiness and skills needed in this pathway and related future trends were analyzed for entry-level jobs within the outdoor power equipment industry. The respondents expressed concern with being able to find qualified entry-level employees. Respondents indicated that the major skill categories of interpersonal skills, communication skills, computer skills, character skills, technical competency, and their corresponding subskills, were important for entry-level employment. The respondents indicated ...