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Watch New Chapman-Produced Tv Show, Health Matters With Dr. Larry Santora, Chapman University Media Relations Nov 2008

Watch New Chapman-Produced Tv Show, Health Matters With Dr. Larry Santora, Chapman University Media Relations

Chapman Press Releases 2003-2011

No abstract provided.


School Of Law Explores First-Ever Military Law Clinic, Chapman University Media Relations Oct 2008

School Of Law Explores First-Ever Military Law Clinic, Chapman University Media Relations

Chapman Press Releases 2003-2011

No abstract provided.


National Clean Energy Summit Welcome Remarks & Morning Keynote, Rose Mckinney James, David Ashley, John Podesta, Harry Reid, T. Boone Pickens Aug 2008

National Clean Energy Summit Welcome Remarks & Morning Keynote, Rose Mckinney James, David Ashley, John Podesta, Harry Reid, T. Boone Pickens

National Clean Energy Summit

Welcome remarks & Morning keynote


Opening Session With Remarks, Bill Clinton Aug 2008

Opening Session With Remarks, Bill Clinton

National Clean Energy Summit

Moderator: John Podesta, Center for American Progress Action Fund


University Singers To Perform World Premiere On May 1, Chapman University Media Relations Apr 2008

University Singers To Perform World Premiere On May 1, Chapman University Media Relations

Chapman Press Releases 2003-2011

No abstract provided.


Chapman Wind Symphony In Concert On May 3, Chapman University Media Relations Apr 2008

Chapman Wind Symphony In Concert On May 3, Chapman University Media Relations

Chapman Press Releases 2003-2011

No abstract provided.


Entering The Virtual Teacher’S Lounge: The Efficacy Of Community In Computer-Mediated Communication Based Environments For Professional Educators, Randall S. Dunn Mar 2008

Entering The Virtual Teacher’S Lounge: The Efficacy Of Community In Computer-Mediated Communication Based Environments For Professional Educators, Randall S. Dunn

Faculty Dissertations

This study seeks to illuminate an understanding of naturally forming online communities of professional educators in the context of off-line communities. Essentially, an online discussion forum for educators is evaluated for the purpose of determining whether the forum provides a “space” conducive for the development of a community of professional educators as benchmarked against an understanding of offline community formation and existence. The foundational works of Ferdinand Tonnies, James Coleman, and Ray Oldenburg are used to develop 13 characteristics of community - as understood in the context of informal social communities as opposed to the types related to more formal aspects ...


Full Interview With Lawrence Picus, Sarah C. Mckenzie, Gary W. Ritter Feb 2008

Full Interview With Lawrence Picus, Sarah C. Mckenzie, Gary W. Ritter

Policy Briefs

Lawrence O. Picus is a professor at the USC Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California. His research focuses on adequacy and equity in school finance. He has published numerous books and articles, including School Finance: A Policy Perspective (with Allen R. Odden), and Where Does the Money Go?: Resource Allocation in Elementary and Secondary Schools (with James L. Wattenbarger). His consulting firm, Picus and Associates has worked closely with the Arkansas General Assembly over the past few years, making several key recommendations that many state legislators believe have been critical in helping the state achieve educational ...


Health-Culture And Social Justice: What Challenges Do They Present In Today’S Diverse And Globalized World?, Dr. Francis Musa Boakari Ph.D. Jan 2008

Health-Culture And Social Justice: What Challenges Do They Present In Today’S Diverse And Globalized World?, Dr. Francis Musa Boakari Ph.D.

Verbum Incarnatum: An Academic Journal of Social Justice

In matters of health and culture, For some, uncertainty is the motor of life; For others, anything only is because it is explainable; Not just any explanations, but those that are “data-based.” Still for some individuals, phenomena can be both certain and uncertain. For this third class, “believables” are found in-between what is and what can be. Subjectivity and context may be primordial in many things HUMAN, but Equity in opportunities and access to social goods and services, Dignity for all human beings under every circumstance, and Respect for self and others at all times, are even much more basic ...


Inst4010 - Principles And Practices Of Technology, Spring 2008, Kurt Johnson Jan 2008

Inst4010 - Principles And Practices Of Technology, Spring 2008, Kurt Johnson

Instructional Technology & Learning Sciences - OCW

This course is designed to provide pre-service teachers with a working knowledge of instructional technology and the application of technology to the teaching/learning process.


Psy 7670 - Literature Reviews, Spring 2008, Karl White, M. Harrison Fitt, Tom Caswell Jan 2008

Psy 7670 - Literature Reviews, Spring 2008, Karl White, M. Harrison Fitt, Tom Caswell

Psychology - OCW

This course is designed to help students in doctoral programs write a literature review that is appropriate for a dissertation or thesis proposal. The course will emphasize skills for writing the Problem Statement and conducting and writing the Review of Literature. Even though the Procedures section is an important part of the dissertation proposal, it will not be dealt with extensively in this class. Other courses which deal specifically with the appropriate design, analysis, and interpretation issues which the student will use for his or her research should be taken prior to this course. Substantial time will be devoted to ...


Educ6550 - Research For The Classroom Teacher, Nick Eastmond Jan 2008

Educ6550 - Research For The Classroom Teacher, Nick Eastmond

Education - OCW

In this course, Dr. Eastmond uses a model for teaching called Guided Design. This course teaches classroom teachers how to design and carry out research according to this method. Note: You will need Flash player for this course.


Educ 7670 (Psy 7670) - Literature Reviews , Spring 2008, Karl White Jan 2008

Educ 7670 (Psy 7670) - Literature Reviews , Spring 2008, Karl White

Education - OCW

This course is designed to help students in doctoral programs write a literature review that is appropriate for a dissertation or thesis proposal. The course will emphasize skills for writing the Problem Statement and conducting and writing the Review of Literature. Even though the Procedures section is an important part of the dissertation proposal, it will not be dealt with extensively in this class. Other courses which deal specifically with the appropriate design, analysis, and interpretation issues which the student will use for his or her research should be taken prior to this course. Substantial time will be devoted to ...


Perceptions Of Special Education And General Education Teachers On Co-Teaching Of Students With Disabilities In Outheast Georgia School Systems, Deborah Richardson Jan 2008

Perceptions Of Special Education And General Education Teachers On Co-Teaching Of Students With Disabilities In Outheast Georgia School Systems, Deborah Richardson

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The researcher's purpose of this study was to understand perceptions of co-teaching by special education and general education teachers, and how those perceptions make the implementation of co-teaching for students with disabilities in the general education classroom successful. The study examined teacher perceptions on training for co-teaching, recommended practices for co-teaching, and supports needed for the co-teaching team. The researcher administered a Likert-scale survey, Perceptions of Co-Teaching Survey developed by Vance Austin (2001) to 45 special education and 98 general education teachers with co-teaching experience from three school districts in southeast Georgia. Teacher perceptions in three different areas were ...