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Describing Teacher–Student Interactions: A Qualitative Assessment Of Teacher Implementation Of The 7th Grade Keepin’ It Real Substance Use Intervention, Jonathan Pettigrew, Michelle Miller-Day, Young Ju Shin, Michael L. Hecht, Janice L. Krieger, John W. Graham Mar 2013

Describing Teacher–Student Interactions: A Qualitative Assessment Of Teacher Implementation Of The 7th Grade Keepin’ It Real Substance Use Intervention, Jonathan Pettigrew, Michelle Miller-Day, Young Ju Shin, Michael L. Hecht, Janice L. Krieger, John W. Graham

Communication Faculty Articles and Research

Variations in the delivery of school-based substance use prevention curricula affect students' acquisition of the lesson content and program outcomes. Although adaptation is sometimes viewed as a lack of fidelity, it is unclear what types of variations actually occur in the classroom. This observational study investigated teacher and student behaviors during implementation of a middle school-based drug prevention curriculum in 25 schools across two Midwestern states. Trained observers coded videos of 276 lessons, reflecting a total of 31 predominantly Caucasian teachers (10 males and 21 females) in 73 different classes. Employing qualitative coding procedures, the study provides a working typology ...


Using Facebook And Other Snss In K-12 Classrooms: Ethical Considerations For Safe Social Networking, Keith Howard Jan 2013

Using Facebook And Other Snss In K-12 Classrooms: Ethical Considerations For Safe Social Networking, Keith Howard

Education Faculty Articles and Research

The purpose of this article is to examine the potential risks of bringing social networking sites (SNS) into the classroom through the lens of Moor's (1999) just-consequentialist theory. Moor compares the setting of ethical policies in the fast-changing world of technology to a sailor trying to set a course while sailing. His analogy could not be more appropriate for educators' attempts to cope with the question of online social networking in schools. Educators must weigh the potential advantages of using SNSs in educational settings against the risks that such inclusion would entail. If the proper precautions are not taken ...


Write For Your Life: Developing Digital Literacies And Writing Pedagogy In Teacher Education, Shartriya Collier, Brian Foley, David Moguel, Ian Barnard Jan 2013

Write For Your Life: Developing Digital Literacies And Writing Pedagogy In Teacher Education, Shartriya Collier, Brian Foley, David Moguel, Ian Barnard

English Faculty Articles and Research

The need for the effective development of digital literacies pervades every aspect of instruction in contemporary classrooms. As a result, teacher candidates must be equipped to draw upon a variety of literacies in order to tap into the complex social worlds of their future pupils. The Write for Your Life Project was designed to strengthen teacher candidates’ skills in both traditional and digital writing literacies through the use of social networks, blogging, texting, online modules and other social media. The project, to a large degree, was structured according to Calkins’ (1994) Writing Workshop Approach. This process encourages teacher candidates to ...


“Applied” Aspects Of The Drug Resistance Strategies Project, Michael L. Hecht, Michelle Miller-Day Jan 2010

“Applied” Aspects Of The Drug Resistance Strategies Project, Michael L. Hecht, Michelle Miller-Day

Communication Faculty Articles and Research

This paper discusses the applied aspects of our Drug Resistance Strategies Project. We argue that a new definitional distinction is needed to expand the notion of “applied” from the traditional notion of utilizing theory, which we call “applied.1”, in order to consider theory-grounded, theory testing and theory developing applied research. We label this new definition “applied.2” research. We then explain that our descriptive work describing the social processes of adolescent substance use, identity and use, and drug norms, as well as the subsequent development and dissemination of our keepin’ it REAL middle school substance use curriculum are examples ...


Thinking Outside Of The Assessment Box: Assessing Social Communicative Functioning In Students With Asd, Janet L. Dodd Jan 2010

Thinking Outside Of The Assessment Box: Assessing Social Communicative Functioning In Students With Asd, Janet L. Dodd

Communication Sciences and Disorders Faculty Articles and Research

The assessment of a student suspected of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis requires the integration of information collected by a variety of professionals across various domains of functioning. One of the core deficits of students with ASD is a deficit related to social communicative competence (SCC). SCC requires the integration of language, social cognition, and higher order executive functions (Coggins, Olswang, Carmichael Olsson, & Timler, 2003) This article will propose an assessment model of social communicative functioning that was developed based on the SCC framework of Coggins and colleagues as a component of the Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Assessment Protocols for Autism ...


Empathy, Communication Skills, And Group Cohesiveness: A Systematic Approach, Michael Hass Jan 1981

Empathy, Communication Skills, And Group Cohesiveness: A Systematic Approach, Michael Hass

Education Faculty Articles and Research

"This article presents an approach to the teaching of interpersonal communication skills to children from 7-11 years of age, and should be of great interest to professionals in the fields of psychology, social work, education and people involved in training such persons."


Chapman College Graduation Exercises - 1942, Charles C. Chapman May 1942

Chapman College Graduation Exercises - 1942, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

A speech given to graduating students at Chapman College, where Chapman congratulates and admonishes the departing youth to remember and cherish their Chapman experience.


Chapman College Chapel Address, Charles C. Chapman May 1942

Chapman College Chapel Address, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Chapman lectures departing students to go out and help reconstruct the war-torn world. He says that the two goals of the College are to help students develop good character and an attractive personality. He consoles the faculty on recent troubles at the College and assures them that after the war is over they will be able to rebuild.


College Notes-Our College, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1938

College Notes-Our College, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Notes for a speech given at College Day in Long Beach about California Christian College.


College Notes-The Value Of The Christian College, Charles C. Chapman May 1937

College Notes-The Value Of The Christian College, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Notes for a talk given at the chapel at California Christian College, where Chapman states that the ultimate goal of the college is to instill Christian character and develop personality in students so that they will be successful.


Masonic-Appreciation Of Stanley As Grand Commander, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1934

Masonic-Appreciation Of Stanley As Grand Commander, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Masonic Speeches

Chapman gave these speech at the reception honoring his son, C. Stanley Chapman, in the office of Grand Commander at the Masonic Temple in Fullerton.


Masonic-Remarks 1934, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1934

Masonic-Remarks 1934, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Masonic Speeches

These are notes for remarks given on the occasion of the installation of Stanley into the office of Grand Commander of California at the Masonic Temple in San Francisco.


Talks At Clubs And Organizations-Thanksgiving Day, Charles C. Chapman Nov 1932

Talks At Clubs And Organizations-Thanksgiving Day, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Club Speeches

A speech given at the Rotary Club at Fullerton in honor of Thanksgiving Day.


College Notes-Advice To Ministers, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1932

College Notes-Advice To Ministers, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

In this speech Chapman gives advice to young ministers in regards to their studies and their spiritual development. He counsels them to cultivate a good relationship with their congregation and the community so that they may be more effective as ministers.


Talks At Clubs And Organizations-The Need Of Your Order, Charles C. Chapman Oct 1931

Talks At Clubs And Organizations-The Need Of Your Order, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Club Speeches

A speech given at the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) Convention in Fullerton. Chapman talks about the virtues of fraternal organizations of the IOOF and how the spirit of brotherhood they create is much needed in the present day world.


Clubs And Organizations-Days Of Old, Charles C. Chapman Sep 1931

Clubs And Organizations-Days Of Old, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Club Speeches

These are notes for a speech that was given to the Fullerton Rotary Club, in which Chapman talks about technological advancements and contrasts modern times with those of his youth.


College Lectures-The Minister In His Relation To The Community Revised, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Minister In His Relation To The Community Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This lecture is a revision of an earlier speech. In it Chapman reminds ministers that they are a vital member of their community and should strive to be an active part of it. He cautions that they should go out in the community and join in various organizations, but should remember that their religious duties come first.


College Lectures-The Ordinances, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Ordinances, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Chapman advises students about the importance of the two ordinances of their church, baptism and communion, and how to most effectively perform these two rites to bring out their spiritual meaning most successfully.


College Lectures-The Minister In Our Larger Brotherhood, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Minister In Our Larger Brotherhood, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier lecture, "In Our Larger Brotherhood." Both lectures are about the need for greater cooperation between churches locally and around the world. It advocates the establishment of and participation in inter-church and interfaith organizations, but emphasizes that these organizations should not become authoritative bodies and that all power should rest in the individual churches.


College Lectures-Preparation Revised, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-Preparation Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier speech. It advises students to undertake rigorous study to prepare themselves for the ministry. Also advises them in the proper conduct of a successful minister in the community.


College Notes-The Minister, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Notes-The Minister, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

There are two parts to this file. First is the speech that was given to students at the First Ministerial Institute. In it Chapman speaks of his own ministerial ambitions and advises the students to fully commit themselves to their chosen profession. The second part is the program for the Ministerial Institute.


College Lectures-The Minister--A Man, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1931

College Lectures-The Minister--A Man, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

In this lecture Chapman asks ministers to live their lives in the model of the life of Christ. He advises them on their appearance, manners, and conduct on the pulpit and when relating to the members of their church.


College Notes-Advice To New Students, Charles C. Chapman Feb 1931

College Notes-Advice To New Students, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Given at the Freshman class dinner at California Christian College. Chapman speaks about the development close faculty-student relationships and the importance of building character in young people.


College Lectures-The Minister Revised, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1931

College Lectures-The Minister Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revision of an earlier lecture. In it Chapman addresses ministerial students and advises them on their course to become ministers. He tells them to make sure they are prepared for the financial, mental and spiritual challenges of the ministry. He also admonishes them to be ambitious in making themselves into an example for their congregation but also reminds them to be humble and use the life of Jesus as a guide.


Talks At Clubs And Organizations-Honesty In Business, Charles C. Chapman Aug 1930

Talks At Clubs And Organizations-Honesty In Business, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Club Speeches

Notes from a speech given to the East Long Beach Exchange Club Regional Board of Directors at the Bank of Italy about various business-related topics.


Talks At Clubs And Organizations-Character Building, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1930

Talks At Clubs And Organizations-Character Building, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman Club Speeches

A speech given at the 20-30 Club in Fullerton. Chapman gives advice to young people about the building of proper character.


College Lectures-The Minister As A Financier Revised, Charles C. Chapman Apr 1930

College Lectures-The Minister As A Financier Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier speech with the same name. In it Chapman advises ministers to be thrifty and save their meager income, as financial problems can be the undoing of a minister. He tells them to spend wisely and to make sure to maintain a home and lifestyle that befits their place in the community while avoiding debt and saving for retirement and emergencies.


College Lectures-Preaching Revised, Charles C. Chapman Mar 1930

College Lectures-Preaching Revised, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This is a revised version of an earlier lecture. In it Chapman gives advice about how to properly prepare and present a sermon. He emphasizes that one should know and be able to read Scripture well, be educated and well-informed, and be poised and well spoken when in the pulpit.


College Notes-The Importance Of Our College, Charles C. Chapman Feb 1930

College Notes-The Importance Of Our College, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

This speech was presented twice: at the First Christian Church in Pomona; at the Dinner for College Dollar Day at the Santa Ana Church. In it Chapman is trying to get the church congregations interested in California Christian College and impress upon them the importance of relgious education and developing leadership within the church.


College Notes-California Christian College 1930, Charles C. Chapman Jan 1930

College Notes-California Christian College 1930, Charles C. Chapman

Charles C. Chapman College Lectures

Notes from a speech given at the Wilshire Boulevard Christian Church in Los Angeles about the progress and ideals of California Christian College, as well as some discussion of Chapman's religious views. Also, the program for the occasion.