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Volume 16, Number 01, G. William Hill Editor, Linda M. Noble Editor Oct 2004

Volume 16, Number 01, G. William Hill Editor, Linda M. Noble Editor

Reaching Through Teaching

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The Academic Workplace (Spring 2004): Class In The Academy, New England Resource Center For Higher Education At The University Of Massachusetts Boston, Susan E. Borrego, Sharon Singleton, James A. Stakenas Apr 2004

The Academic Workplace (Spring 2004): Class In The Academy, New England Resource Center For Higher Education At The University Of Massachusetts Boston, Susan E. Borrego, Sharon Singleton, James A. Stakenas

The Academic Workplace

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Positioning The Case To Tell The Story: Developing The Narrative Or Presentational Account, Gail Wilson, Elizabeth Stacey Jan 2004

Positioning The Case To Tell The Story: Developing The Narrative Or Presentational Account, Gail Wilson, Elizabeth Stacey

Centre for Teaching and Learning

This paper is drawn from a doctoral study (in its final stages) about the use and adoption of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to enhance the face-to-face teaching by six academic staff, who represent different disciplines and different campus locations, in a large, regional university in Australia. A collective case study was adopted as the framework for the study, and field data comprised semi-structured interviews, curriculum guides, teaching and learning resources, websites, and included results of a Teaching Practices Inventory completed by each of the research participants. Case study is a popular choice of qualitative researchers. There are numerous examples ...


Student Self-Esteem And The Looking-Glass Self: Perceptions Of Emotional Support, Role Models, And Academic Success On A Community College Campus , Robert Lee Mcnair Jan 2004

Student Self-Esteem And The Looking-Glass Self: Perceptions Of Emotional Support, Role Models, And Academic Success On A Community College Campus , Robert Lee Mcnair

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

A survey of 261 students at Des Moines Area Community College-Boone Campus was conducted to examine self-esteem in relation to perceptions of role models, emotional support, academic adjustment, and academic success. Symbolic interactionism and the looking-glass self formed the conceptual basis of the research. Factor and Cronbach's alpha analyses tended to confirm internal validity and reliability of the constructs, respectively.;Hypothesis testing revealed some significant (p ≤ .05) relationships. Pearson's product moment correlation linked student self-esteem and social perceptions. Self-esteem was higher when the students: had a support person, saw the support person or role model as similar to ...


Leadership In Higher Education: Implications For Leadership Development Programs, Mary Wisniewski Jan 2004

Leadership In Higher Education: Implications For Leadership Development Programs, Mary Wisniewski

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

This article discusses the University of Wisconsin-Extension Administrative Leadership Program (EALP), a model leadership development program for faculty and staff in a variety of university extension settings including: Broadcasting and Media Innovations; Business and Manufacturing Education; Continuing Education; and, Cooperative Extension. The article describes how the program integrates theoretical and applied knowledge about leadership into the curriculum along with the development of specific leadership competencies and abilities. Finally, the article illustrates the outcomes of the leadership development program as perceived and described by both the participants and their supervisors.