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Play-Based Learning In The Classroom, Jenna Clark Apr 2020

Play-Based Learning In The Classroom, Jenna Clark

Senior Scholars Day

The purpose of this study was to observe the effects that play-based instruction and learning activities have on the classroom, and more specifically, my own teaching practices. This self study used qualitative methods to gather data. Predominantly, a developmental portfolio was used to record observational notes and for daily reflections. Memory work was also used as this study pulled from past experiences with play. Findings showed that play-based learning increased the inclusivity of the general education classroom and levels of student achievement and engagement also increased. The classroom became a positive environment for both the students and teacher, aiding in ...


Adhd: A Personal Struggle, Julianna Vanvalin Apr 2020

Adhd: A Personal Struggle, Julianna Vanvalin

KUCC -- Kutztown University Composition Conference

This paper attempts to show my struggles with ADHD and how not receiving proper care can hinder someone.


Teaching The Power Of Pictures, Rachel Speranza Apr 2020

Teaching The Power Of Pictures, Rachel Speranza

KUCC -- Kutztown University Composition Conference

Though choosing sources that have specific copyright that allows for the reuse, modification, and redistribution of pictures is an important lesson for all students of all grade levels, what’s even a more important lesson is that of the power of social media. The perfect picture can spread like a wildfire across all social media platforms. Pictures have the power to change someone’s mood, political opinion, and even advocate for change on the other side of the world.


First Aid First: Implementation And Evaluation Of A Community-Based First Aid Training Course, Luke Wesemann Mar 2020

First Aid First: Implementation And Evaluation Of A Community-Based First Aid Training Course, Luke Wesemann

Medical Student Research Symposium

In 2018, medical students at Wayne State University School of Medicine (WSUSOM) created a first aid training initiative called First Aid First (FAF). FAF is a comprehensive community-based training program that teaches lifesaving skills tailored for Detroit. The objective of this initiative was to improve the confidence and basic first aid skills of those who attend trainings.

Pre- and post-test surveys were used to measure knowledge, confidence and skill level. The survey data gathered from March 2018-October 2019 consisted of 5 Likert scale questions for self-evaluation component and 23-25 multiple choice questions, number depending on time of administration due to ...


Willowcreek Middle School Alternative Program: Successfully Working Through Trauma, Debra B. Ekdahl 6061 Mar 2020

Willowcreek Middle School Alternative Program: Successfully Working Through Trauma, Debra B. Ekdahl 6061

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

Willowcreek Middle School in Portage Indiana is not your typical alternative school. We offer trauma informed practices in place of student expulsions. A safe structured environment, reduced class time, academic strategies, mindfulness, yoga, and community service, all help to provide the educational and social/emotional support necessary to help students at risk reach their potential and eventually transition back to the traditional classroom.


Export Of Peter Taylor's Website, Peter John Taylor Jan 2020

Export Of Peter Taylor's Website, Peter John Taylor

Curriculum and Instruction Faculty Publication Series

The attached file is an export of Peter Taylor's website from January 28, 2020. Peter Taylor passed away on October 29, 2019.

To access the archived version of Professor Taylor's website, download and export the zipped/compressed file, and click on the "index.html" file in the folder "peter-taylor-website."


Displaced Spaniards Map, Layer Files & Data Tables, Karl D. Qualls, Alexia Orengo Green Jan 2020

Displaced Spaniards Map, Layer Files & Data Tables, Karl D. Qualls, Alexia Orengo Green

Stalins Niños - GIS Maps Data

This zip file contains three folders related to the Displaced Spaniards maps.

The Dislpaced Spaniards folder contains the index, GDB, APRX and other files associated with the GIS mapping.

The Displaced Spaniards Layers folder contains LYRX files for the associated GIS maps.

The third folder contains the associated data tables.


A Gamers Thoughts: An Exploration Into Marginalization In Video Games, Kevin Arce Jan 2020

A Gamers Thoughts: An Exploration Into Marginalization In Video Games, Kevin Arce

Senior Capstone Projects

No abstract provided.


Pisa 2018: Reporting Australia’S Results. Volume I Student Performance: Data Tables [Excel] [Data Set], Sue Thomson, Lisa De Bortoli, Catherine Underwood, Marina Schmid Dec 2019

Pisa 2018: Reporting Australia’S Results. Volume I Student Performance: Data Tables [Excel] [Data Set], Sue Thomson, Lisa De Bortoli, Catherine Underwood, Marina Schmid

OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA Australia)

This zipped excel file is the data behind the figures and tables in the report: PISA 2018: Reporting Australia’s Results. Volume I Student Performance. They cover Australian student performance in reading literacy, reading literacy subscales, mathematical literacy and reading literacy.


Marcia Thomas And The Legacy Of John Wesley Powell, Mary Cullen Nov 2019

Marcia Thomas And The Legacy Of John Wesley Powell, Mary Cullen

Interviews for WGLT

Retired IWU Librarian Marcia Thomas on explorer John Wesley Powell, and the legacy of his 1869 Grand Canyon Expedition.


#37 - The Parental Involvement And K-12 Experiences Of Rise Students, Madison Rodriguez, Josue Zavala Nov 2019

#37 - The Parental Involvement And K-12 Experiences Of Rise Students, Madison Rodriguez, Josue Zavala

Georgia Undergraduate Research Conference (GURC)

Most teachers across the United States self-identify as white American. The ethnic backgrounds of students and teachers is disproportionate due to the increasing diversity in the public school systems. Literature based on this topic has significantly increased in the past decade due to the mass migration of Latinos to the United States. For example, Soloranzo talks about the critical race theory in education and how it works towards the progression of teachers of color and eliminating racism in U.S. education (Soloranzo p.7). In order to address this problem, the UNG College of Education and Hall County School District ...


About The Cover Oct 2019

About The Cover

The Reading Professor

No abstract provided.


Trp Staff, Editorial Board, Table Of Contents Oct 2019

Trp Staff, Editorial Board, Table Of Contents

The Reading Professor

No abstract provided.


Cover Oct 2019

Cover

The Reading Professor

No abstract provided.


Tinder-Plus-Apk, Fokus Tekno Oct 2019

Tinder-Plus-Apk, Fokus Tekno

Fokus Tekno

Tinder Plus Apk yaitu aplikasi kencan yang paling populer dan diunduh secara global, namun Anda sepatutnya berusia antara 16–64 tahun untuk membikin profil.
Seperti seluruh aplikasi, Tinder mempunyai versi premium yang berlabel “Tinder plus” atau “Tinder ++”.
Tautan Unduh Tinder Plus Apk (Tinder ++) –> Unduh.
Fitur Tinder Plus
Berikut ini yaitu sebagian fitur Tinder Plus Apk (Tinder ++) yang dapat kau nikmati :
Rewind.
Unlimited Swipes.
5 Tidak Super Likes a Day.
No ads.
Hide Distance.
Hide Age.
Control who you see in Tinder.
Who sees you.
Passport.
Paid super likes.
Berita Tinder ++ APK
App Name : TINDER PLUS
Android Requirements : 5.0 +
App ...


Africa And The Diaspora In The Future Of Black Studies, Lisa Cliggett, Monica Visonà, Bertin Louis, Steven Davis, Elizabeth W. Williams Oct 2019

Africa And The Diaspora In The Future Of Black Studies, Lisa Cliggett, Monica Visonà, Bertin Louis, Steven Davis, Elizabeth W. Williams

Lisa Cliggett

Dr. Lisa Cliggett moderated the panel.


The Research Files Episode 39: Early Career Teacher Attrition, Jo Earp, Paul R. Weldon Aug 2019

The Research Files Episode 39: Early Career Teacher Attrition, Jo Earp, Paul R. Weldon

Dr Paul Weldon

In Australia scholarly articles and media reports regularly state that between 30 and 50 per cent of teachers leave the profession within the first five years. But, where do those figures come from and how accurate are they? A study published in the Australian Journal of Education suggests there is no robust Australian evidence and data.


James Plath And "100 Greatest Literary Characters", Laura Kennedy Aug 2019

James Plath And "100 Greatest Literary Characters", Laura Kennedy

Interviews for WGLT

Professor of English James Plath discusses his latest book, The 100 Greatest Literary Characters, with WGLT Radio's Laura Kennedy.


Here For Good: Christian Leadership, Warrick R. Long Jul 2019

Here For Good: Christian Leadership, Warrick R. Long

Warrick Long

Here For Good is a podcast series from leading researchers at Avondale College of Higher Education. In this episode Leadership Postgraduate Course Convenor and Lecturer Dr Warrick Long from the Avondale Business School in conversation with Associate Dean (Research) Dr Carolyn Rickett reflects on his journey into academia, the Avondale Business School’s commitment to connecting their students to real-world practice, and he offers tips on effective Christian leadership.


Here For Good: Owning The Rubric, Maria T. Northcote Jul 2019

Here For Good: Owning The Rubric, Maria T. Northcote

Maria Northcote

Here For Good is a podcast series from leading researchers at Avondale College of Higher Education. In this episode Associate Professor Maria Northcote talks with Vice President (Academic) Professor Steve Currow about the ‘Owning the Rubric Project’ and the interdisciplinary team from Avondale, UTS and CSU involved in implementing the project and writing up research findings on the ways rubric co-construction pedagogy and practice might be enhanced.


Here For Good: Foundations Of Wellbeing, Darren Morton Jul 2019

Here For Good: Foundations Of Wellbeing, Darren Morton

Darren Morton

Here For Good is a podcast series from leading researchers at Avondale College of Higher Education. This episode features Senior Lecturer in Health and Exercise Science Dr Darren Morton from the Discipline of Education in conversation with Associate Dean (Research) Dr Carolyn Rickett.


Daftar Idn Poker Online Terpercaya, Joni Gocap Jun 2019

Daftar Idn Poker Online Terpercaya, Joni Gocap

Joni Gocap

Sekarang sudah banyak agen IDN Poker pastinya dirasakan oleh pemain yang bergabung dengan Situs Poker IDN Poker Online yang tidak tepat dimana banyak sekali pemain yang tidak mendapatkan kenyamanan dan kepuasan dalam permainan maupun pelayanan.

Permasalahan yang sering terjadi antara player dengan agen adalah adanya miss komunikasi dari agen yang bersangkutan terhadap player. sebenarnya masalah ini bukanlah hal yang besar namun, jika terjadi secara terus menerus maka, kemungkinan pemain yang bersangkutan malah menjadi tidak nyaman dan tidak merasa ingin bermain di agen yang bersangkutan tersebut lagi.


Yates Closure Tpc19 Final.Pptx, Natasha Yates Jun 2019

Yates Closure Tpc19 Final.Pptx, Natasha Yates

Education Faculty Scholarship

How can closure activities end my lessons with a lasting impression? Natasha Yates, St. Catherine University20-Minute Mentor SessionYou will take away many quick and easy closure strategies for your lessons from this session. Lectures or class meetings that just end do not leave lasting impressions as well as classes with closure. Closure or the wrap up of a lesson helps students recognize, summarize, acknowledge, and synthesize what they just learned. As education reformer John Dewey is credited for stating, “We do not learn from an experience. We learn from reflecting on an experience.” Closure strategies for a lesson are just ...


Campus As A Living Lab: Community Centered Environmental Service Learning, Jennifer Braswell Alford Dr. Jun 2019

Campus As A Living Lab: Community Centered Environmental Service Learning, Jennifer Braswell Alford Dr.

Q2S Enhancing Pedagogy

During the Fall Quarter of 2018, California State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) students (GEOG 390) partnered with the Inland Empire Resources Conservation District (IERCD) to assists the CSUSB Housing and Residence Life program to develop educational programs aimed at promoting sustainable agriculture and water resource management. The purpose of this initiative was for students to learn how collaborative partnerships and shared expertise and resources can assist with educating the public through environmental stewardship and service based learning activities that collectively aim to reduce human impacts to Earth systems and related resources. This is an important component of supporting campus and ...


Greek Mythology: Understanding The Allusions, Heather M. Patillo Jun 2019

Greek Mythology: Understanding The Allusions, Heather M. Patillo

Understanding by Design: Complete Collection

This unit focuses on basic Greek myths beginning with the 12 Olympians. It includes myths about creation and stories about heroes. Students explore the elements of myths as well as the purpose of myths. This exploration leads students into the study of Greek mythical allusions, what they are and how they impact literature and everyday life. By the end of the unit, students should understand how Greek myths impact literature and everyday life.


Beardshear_Final Paper_400b.Docx, Kimberly Beardshear May 2019

Beardshear_Final Paper_400b.Docx, Kimberly Beardshear

Kimberly Beardshear

Because of their inexperience, emerging adults often have a difficult time navigating healthy romantic relationships.  For many, the skills necessary for quality relationships are usually learned through parents, friends, or mentors. Foster youth, in particular, may struggle more in developing and sustaining romantic relationships due to the lack of or inconsistent parental guidance or mentoring. To address this, I have created a two hour lesson for emerging adult foster youth attending Hartnell College in Salinas, California. The content will be comprised of the characteristics of a healthy relationship, role play scenarios, identifying unhealthy relationship behaviors, and how to use healthy ...


Discrimination In The Application, Abraham Casas '21, Maia Peregrino '21, Brenna Christoffel '21, Zach Eness '21 May 2019

Discrimination In The Application, Abraham Casas '21, Maia Peregrino '21, Brenna Christoffel '21, Zach Eness '21

Student Leadership Exchange (SLX)

Prospective students across Illinois work excessively towards the achievement of getting accepted to the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. Though the selection process of applicants is meant to be fair and only admit the most qualified students, it has been found that this process has its flaws. While GPA and SAT scores are factored into these decisions, additional factors such as geographic, gender, and ethnic criteria are involved. Measures such as Affirmative Action are put into place to ensure each student has a fair opportunity to education. However, one result of IMSA’s attempt to comply with its statutory requirement ...


Investigating The Effects Of Student Debt On Career Outcomes: An Empirical Approach, Gideon Moore May 2019

Investigating The Effects Of Student Debt On Career Outcomes: An Empirical Approach, Gideon Moore

Honors Projects

High student debt has been hypothesized to affect career choice, causing students to desire stable, high paying jobs. To test this hypothesis, I rely on plausibly exogenous variation in debt due to a federal policy shift. In the summer of 2007, the Higher Education Reconciliation Act (or HERA) expanded the cap for federally subsidized student loans. I examine how variation in debt affects career choice and eventual salary of students using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 Child and Young Adult Cohort of students who were of college age during the implementation of the policy. I find ...


University Scholar Series: Ellen Middaugh, Ellen Middaugh Apr 2019

University Scholar Series: Ellen Middaugh, Ellen Middaugh

University Scholar Series

Coming of Age in the Era of Outrage: Digital Media and Youth Civic Development

Over the past decade, political discourse has been marked by an increasing use of out­rage language, exacerbated by the dynamics of social and participatory media. To­day's adolescents and young adults are learning how to be citizens in an environment where emotionally provocative language and personal insults accompany much of their exposure to news and political talk. In this presentation, I will sharing findings from a series of studies that shed light on the impact of outrage language on youth in­terest in political ...


If You Hate Group Projects Say, "I", Rebekah Smith Apr 2019

If You Hate Group Projects Say, "I", Rebekah Smith

KUCC -- Kutztown University Composition Conference

This is a blog post that strives to understand the hatred of group assignments in hopes to create a more collaborative classroom.