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Perceptions Of Implementation Of Key Middle School Concepts And Factors That Support Or Hinder Key Programs, Kenneth Shulack Jan 2000

Perceptions Of Implementation Of Key Middle School Concepts And Factors That Support Or Hinder Key Programs, Kenneth Shulack

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Perceptions Held By Host Secondary School Principals Toward The Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (Jrotc) Program, Rodney J. Logan Jan 2000

Perceptions Held By Host Secondary School Principals Toward The Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (Jrotc) Program, Rodney J. Logan

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Post-Tenure Review Opinions Held By Faculty In Highly Selective, Independent, Private, Liberal Arts Institutions, Constance Marie Willett Jan 2000

Post-Tenure Review Opinions Held By Faculty In Highly Selective, Independent, Private, Liberal Arts Institutions, Constance Marie Willett

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Statewide Coordination Of Higher Education: The Case Of New Jersey, Gerri Budd Jan 2000

Statewide Coordination Of Higher Education: The Case Of New Jersey, Gerri Budd

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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A Comparison Of The Congruence Between The Actual And Espoused Valued Work Of The New Jersey Secondary Principal, Anne Marie M. Esmerado Mcnamara Jan 2000

A Comparison Of The Congruence Between The Actual And Espoused Valued Work Of The New Jersey Secondary Principal, Anne Marie M. Esmerado Mcnamara

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Comparison Of Parental Involvement In Charter And Traditional Public Schools, William O. George Iii Jan 2000

Comparison Of Parental Involvement In Charter And Traditional Public Schools, William O. George Iii

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Faculty Perceptions Of The Impact Of Information Technology On Tenure And Promotion Decisions At Technologically Advanced Institutions Of Higher Education, Daniel Ositu Otieno Jan 2000

Faculty Perceptions Of The Impact Of Information Technology On Tenure And Promotion Decisions At Technologically Advanced Institutions Of Higher Education, Daniel Ositu Otieno

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Bylaws Revision Action Of The Faculty Senate: Clec, Georgia Southern University Jan 2000

Bylaws Revision Action Of The Faculty Senate: Clec, Georgia Southern University

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Bylaws, Article I, Section 3, Georgia Southern University Jan 2000

Bylaws, Article I, Section 3, Georgia Southern University

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of Environmental Issues And Stakeholder Expectations On U.S. Institutional And Programmatic Accreditation, Barbara L. Tedesco Jan 2000

The Impact Of Environmental Issues And Stakeholder Expectations On U.S. Institutional And Programmatic Accreditation, Barbara L. Tedesco

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

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Ua11/1 On Campus Vol. 10, No. 5, Wku Public Affairs Jan 2000

Ua11/1 On Campus Vol. 10, No. 5, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Magazine created for WKU faculty and staff.


High School Career Academies: A Pathway To Education Reform In Urban School Districts?, Nan L. Maxwell, Victor Rubin Jan 2000

High School Career Academies: A Pathway To Education Reform In Urban School Districts?, Nan L. Maxwell, Victor Rubin

Upjohn Press

Maxwell and Rubin examine the capacity of career academies to address academic reform in terms of increased education and workplace skills. They accomplish this on two levels. First, they assess academies' development and implementation within an urban school district. Then they assess academies' potential to promote postsecondary success among academy students as compared to nonacademy students. Their findings will help educators and policymakers better understand the strengths and limitations of this method of reform.


The Role Of The Administrator In Creating An Inclusive Environment, Vicki S. Rasmussen Jan 2000

The Role Of The Administrator In Creating An Inclusive Environment, Vicki S. Rasmussen

Masters Theses

The role the administrator plays in the development of an inclusive environment was investigated by conducting a review of literature and conducting a study of administrative views of inclusion in one East Central Illinois school district. Results showed that the success of the implementation of an inclusive school environment depended upon the role that the administrator was willing to play. Traits common to administrators who were successful in fostering inclusion along with problems that may be encountered are discussed. Case studies are reviewed, collected data analyzed, and recommendations for future practice are presented.


Promoting College Enrollment Through Early Intervention, Laura W. Perna Jan 2000

Promoting College Enrollment Through Early Intervention, Laura W. Perna

GSE Publications

For more than 30 years, the federal government has focused on increasing the postsecondary educational opportunities for individuals and groups by providing students with financial aid to offset the costs of attendance. Although financial resources are important, policymakers, researchers, and other observers are increasingly concluding that merely making financial aid available to students is not enough to ensure equal educational opportunity for all students, particularly those who are economically and educationally disadvantaged (Gladieux, Astor, and Swail, 1998; Gladieux and Swail, 1998).

This article sets the stage for understanding early intervention by describing the ways in which such programs recognize and ...


Perceptions Of The Visionary Leadership Of Assistant Principals In Georgia Middle Schools, Christopher John Lemieux Jan 2000

Perceptions Of The Visionary Leadership Of Assistant Principals In Georgia Middle Schools, Christopher John Lemieux

Legacy ETDs

This study was intended to explore the visionary leadership of assistant principals in public middle schools. A study of this type conducted on a statewide basis provided empirical information on the visionary leadership of assistant principals as perceived by themselves and their respective teachers in Georgia middle schools. Since a limited amount of research existed on the visionary leadership role of middle school assistant principals, this study helped to fill a void in the current professional literature. Quantitative research methodology was used to analyze data generated from The Leadership Profile surveys, principals' middle school concept implementation surveys, and the assistant ...


A Descriptive Study Of Public Alternative Schools In Georgia, Willie James Wiley Jan 2000

A Descriptive Study Of Public Alternative Schools In Georgia, Willie James Wiley

Legacy ETDs

The purpose of this study was to identify the types of alternative schools in Georgia, to describe the characteristics of the alternative schools, and their students, and to determine the primary goals of the alternative schools. The descriptive information was collected from 97 public alternative schools. The data collected by a 44 item multiple response survey included the perceptions of Georgia's alternative school administrators. The survey items were developed from a literature search and site visits to five different models of alternative schools in a large urban school system The responses were categorized to calculate the range, mean, percentages ...


2000-01 Unopa Executive Board Minutes Jan 2000

2000-01 Unopa Executive Board Minutes

UNOPA Minutes

No abstract provided.


2000-01 Unopa General Meeting Minutes Jan 2000

2000-01 Unopa General Meeting Minutes

UNOPA Minutes

No abstract provided.


Principal Succession: Realities Encountered By Successor Principals During The Succession Process, Kenneth Lester Rigdon Jan 2000

Principal Succession: Realities Encountered By Successor Principals During The Succession Process, Kenneth Lester Rigdon

Dissertations and Theses @ UNI

In order to better understand the realities of principal succession (an interactive sequencing process for changing school administrators) it was the purpose of this study to examine the relationship between four organizational frames (structural, human resource, political, and symbolic) delineated by Bolman and Deal (1997) and three traits noted in the literature as evident during school principal succession (predecessor leave-taking, succession source, and experience). There is little research regarding school principal succession, and concern exists regarding the adequacy of transition practices within organizations. A questionnaire was employed to survey all school principals in the state of Kansas who succeeded during ...


Graduate Catalog, 1999-2000, Marshall University Jan 2000

Graduate Catalog, 1999-2000, Marshall University

Marshall University Catalogs 2000-2009

Marshall University Graduate Catalog for the 1999-2000 academic year.


When Teachers Are Victims : A Study Of Support In Western Australian Government Schools For Teachers Who Have Been Assaulted By Students, Rebecca Evans Jan 2000

When Teachers Are Victims : A Study Of Support In Western Australian Government Schools For Teachers Who Have Been Assaulted By Students, Rebecca Evans

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

The aims of this study were to determine the personal effects of student assault upon a teacher and what assaulted teachers feel that they need in the way of support. In particular, I wanted the study to focus on the personal aspects of the cases as I was convinced that assaulted teachers experience similar anxieties, fears and barriers to support and similar difficulties in having those feelings recognised. Many clinical studies of assault victim support have been conducted, however, seemingly none of them are specifically related to assault by a student upon a teacher. This specific type of assault involves ...


Barriers To Female Principals: Perceptions Of Female High School Administrators In Georgia, Jane Spires Hilliard Jan 2000

Barriers To Female Principals: Perceptions Of Female High School Administrators In Georgia, Jane Spires Hilliard

Legacy ETDs

The purpose of this study was to determine what factors female high school principals and assistant principals in Georgia perceived as barriers to women entering high school principalships. The factors presented to the participants were determined by a thorough review of the literature. A survey instrument with two sections was developed. Section one consisted of 12 factors often mentioned as barriers to women entering high school principalships. These factors were rated on a Likert scale which ranged from strongly agree to strongly disagree. Participants were also given the opportunity to list any other factors they perceived as barriers. The second ...


Higher Education In Maine: A Conversation With Sally Vamvakias, Sally Vamvakias Jan 2000

Higher Education In Maine: A Conversation With Sally Vamvakias, Sally Vamvakias

Maine Policy Review

This conversation between Sally Vamvakias, former chair of the University of Maine System Board of Trustees took place on October 5, 1999. At the time, Vamvakias had just completed her ten-year tenure as a trustee, the last four as chair. In this forward-looking conversation, Vamvakias talks about the change that electronic forms of knowledge transmission are bringing to higher education, and lays out the challenges to the University of Maine System as we begin the new millennium. This interview was conducted for Maine Policy Review by Luisa S. Deprez of the University of Southern Maine.


Thoughts And Feelings Of A Beginning Tertiary Group Of Adult Learners In A Human Resource Development Course, Bryan W. Smith Jan 2000

Thoughts And Feelings Of A Beginning Tertiary Group Of Adult Learners In A Human Resource Development Course, Bryan W. Smith

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

This is a study of a case of adults entering tertiary study for the first time, and their mental life concerning their own self-performance, constructed across four instances. The purposes of the study were to identify some characteristics of the four participants’ covert behaviour during their learning in a course on Human Resource Development (1-IRD), to gain some insight into the conception of self-performance held by the participants and the attributions of this self-performance, to examine the approaches to learning held by each participant, and to contribute to closing the gap between adult education and educational psychology. Three consecutive three-hour ...


The Teaching Portfolio Project: An Evaluative Case Study Of A Portfolio-Based Approach To The Development Of University Teaching, Martijntje M. Kulski Jan 2000

The Teaching Portfolio Project: An Evaluative Case Study Of A Portfolio-Based Approach To The Development Of University Teaching, Martijntje M. Kulski

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

This study on the use of teaching portfolios arose from a number of converging trends and policy initiatives within the higher education sector that led to demands for the improvement of, and a more reflective scholarly approach to, university teaching. In Australia, and overseas, institutions have responded to these demands by implementing teaching development and evaluation programs for academic staff that arc based on the use of portfolios. A teaching portfolio is essentially a documentary record of selected aspects of a teacher's work across a range of instructional settings. According to some proponents, portfolios can capture the complexity of ...


Journal Of The National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 1, No. 2 -- Complete Issue Jan 2000

Journal Of The National Collegiate Honors Council -- Volume 1, No. 2 -- Complete Issue

Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council --Online Archive

CONTENTS

Call for Papers
Submission Guidelines
Dedication
Editor's Note, Dail Mullins

SCIENTISTS IN HONORS
A Physicist in Honors, Len Zane
A Biochemist in Honors, Dail Mullins

TEACHING SCIENCE IN HONORS
The Curiosity Shop (Or, How I Stopped Worrying About Delta Shapes and Started Teaching), Susan Tomlinson
Creative Approaches to Teaching Science in an Honors Setting, Ursula L. Shepherd
FUNDING FOR SCIENCE IN HONORS
Grant Supportfrom the National Science Foundation to Improve Undergraduate Education for All Students in Science and Mathematics, Engineering and Technology, Herbert Levitan
An NIH- and NSF-Funded Program in Biological Research for Community College Students, Thomas P ...


Place As Text: Approaches To Active Learning, Bernice Braid, Ada Long Jan 2000

Place As Text: Approaches To Active Learning, Bernice Braid, Ada Long

NCHC Monographs Series

INTRODUCTION, Bernice Braid
HONORS SEMESTERS: ANATOMY OF ACTIVE LEARNING, William Daniel
HONORS SEMESTERS: AN ARCHITECTURE OF ACTIVE LEARNING, Bernice Braid

OTHER STRUCTURAL MODELS OF ACTIVE LEARNING City as Text©, Bernice Braid
Faculty Development Institutes, William Daniel
Summer High School Field Experience, Bernice Braid
College Recruitment Exercise, Bernadette Low
Orientation Exercise, Bernadette Low
Professional Development Exercise, Bernadette Low
Other Courses, Bernadette Low

AN EXAMPLE OF ACTIVE LEARNING IN THE COLLEGE CLASSROOM, Shirley Forbes Thomas

ACTIVE LEARNING: ASSESSMENT OF HONORS SEMESTERS Internal Assessment, Ann Raia
External Assessment, Ada Long

ACTIVE LEARNING: STUDENT PERSPECTIVES ON HONORS SEMESTERS, Elizabeth Beck

ACTIVE LEARNING IN A ...


A Preferred Vision For Administering Secondary Schools : A Reflective Essay, Larry D. Janssen Jan 2000

A Preferred Vision For Administering Secondary Schools : A Reflective Essay, Larry D. Janssen

Graduate Research Papers

In this paper I will address what I view are the areas in which a principal needs to be strong, in order to be an effective and efficient administrator. I believe the most important roles of the principal include: instructional leadership, communication, student discipline, and parental and community involvement.


Haitian Creole Ideophones: An Exploratory Analysis, Marc Prou Dec 1999

Haitian Creole Ideophones: An Exploratory Analysis, Marc Prou

Marc E. Prou

This article is an exploratory attempt to analyze the status of Creole ideophones through distinctive repetition, reduplication and onomatopoeic features of Haitian Creole, commonly known as Kreyol. It examines barious types of ideophones in Kreyol with the aim of understanding the processes of change in lexical categories, which involve the principles these processes manifest-- thereby showing, on the one hand, why these diverse types of ideophones should be classed together and referred to with a single term, 'ideophonization'; and, on the other hand, how this category of lexical items is to be distinguished from others.


Leaders In The Crucible: The Moral Voice Of College Presidents, Stephen Nelson Dec 1999

Leaders In The Crucible: The Moral Voice Of College Presidents, Stephen Nelson

Stephen J. Nelson

Regardless of the pressures and problems confronting colleges and universities today, they can ill afford to assume that the only essential qualities of those chosen to be presidents are their abilities to be sound managers, institutional developers, and public relations experts. Nelson argues that college presidents must possess the capacity to use the presidential pulpit as moral leaders. Presidents are profiled as leaders who shape student character, lead campus communities, and are in the forefront of issues critical to education. From this vantage point, we can better examine the moral beliefs at the core of colleges and universities, understand and ...