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Vaccination Program For Beef Calves (2001 - Clell Bagley), Clell Bagley Oct 2001

Vaccination Program For Beef Calves (2001 - Clell Bagley), Clell Bagley

All Current Publications

Vaccines are an important tool to use in herd health programs for the protection of animal health. However, vaccines do not prevent all disease by themselves, and should be used in conjunction with good management practices. The timing of vaccination and selection of product are important considerations.


Tree Abuse, Dennis Hinkamp Jun 2001

Tree Abuse, Dennis Hinkamp

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


Video Ordering Information For Realizing The Impact Of Injection Site Lesions, Clell Bagley Jun 2001

Video Ordering Information For Realizing The Impact Of Injection Site Lesions, Clell Bagley

All Current Publications

Injection of almost any drug or solution into the muscles of a food animal will result in scar tissue formation and some residual lesion in those muscle tissues. These lesions are very displeasing to consumers if found in meat products. Their presence also contributes to loss of tenderness for much of the remainder of the cut of meat. If found during processing, the lesions can be trimmed out but this still results in trim loss and increased labor costs for the processor.


Infectious Reproductive Diseases Of Small Ruminants, Clell Bagley Jun 2001

Infectious Reproductive Diseases Of Small Ruminants, Clell Bagley

All Current Publications

Several diseases which infect small ruminants result in abortion or reduced fertility and some may also infect humans (zoonotic diseases).


Videotape - 'The Milkingschool', Clell Bagley Jun 2001

Videotape - 'The Milkingschool', Clell Bagley

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We recently produced a videotape here at USU, titled ìThe Milking School.î It contains both English and Spanish language versions (30 and 33 minutes). The videotape is focused on teaching novice personnel how to milk cows. There is a brief overview of milking equipment and a small segment on handling cows. Most of the information is on the step by step procedure of cow preparation and management of the milking equipment on the cow. The goal was to avoid ìtalking heads and show the cows, equipment, workers and very specific steps - and to make it available in Spanish as ...


An Evaluation Of Teton Science School's Journeys Place-Based Education Program As Effective Environmental Education Teacher Training, John Hayes May 2001

An Evaluation Of Teton Science School's Journeys Place-Based Education Program As Effective Environmental Education Teacher Training, John Hayes

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This thesis is an analysis of survey research data evaluating Journeys, a placebased environmental education teacher inservice training program developed and administered by Teton Science School. Information gleaned from stakeholder interviews was used to develop the specific evaluation questions. A self-administered mail survey was then sent to all teachers known to have received Journeys training. Nearly all trained teachers go on to use Journeys with their classes, and show a commitment to making Journeys a permanent part of their classroom. Teachers generally agreed that their involvement with Journeys has had positive effects on their teaching behaviors and attitudes towards teaching ...


Fertilizer No Cure All, Dennis Hinkamp May 2001

Fertilizer No Cure All, Dennis Hinkamp

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


An Evaluative Argument-Based Investigation Of Validity Evidence For The Utah Pre-Algebra Criterion-Referenced Test, Louise Richards Moulding May 2001

An Evaluative Argument-Based Investigation Of Validity Evidence For The Utah Pre-Algebra Criterion-Referenced Test, Louise Richards Moulding

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This study collected evidence to address the assumptions underlying the use of the Utah Core Assessment to Pre-Algebra (UCAP) to (a) measure student achievement in pre-algebra, and (b) assist teachers in making adjustments to instruction. An evaluative argument was defined to guide the collection of evidence. Each of the assumptions in the evaluative argument was addressed using data from a suburban northern Utah school district. To collect the evidence, test content was examined including item match to course objectives, reliability, and subtest intercorrelations. Analyses of correlations of the UCAP with convergent and discriminant measures were completed using student test data ...


A River Runs Through Us: The Bear River Watershed Education Project, Robert M. Parrish May 2001

A River Runs Through Us: The Bear River Watershed Education Project, Robert M. Parrish

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Teachers have the difficult job of creating an educational climate in which subjects are linked and system are mutually dependent. Watershed education affords teachers thi s opportunity by using water quality monitoring as a basis for the study of any academic subject. A Ri ver Run Through Us: The Bear River Watershed Education Project (BRWEP) is a student-based program in Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho. The program aims to increase understanding and concern for the Bear River watershed by engaging students in water quality monitoring. Based on our experi ence in creating, managing, and evaluating this program, a process model for ...


Plant Some New Vegetables This Year, Dennis Hinkamp Apr 2001

Plant Some New Vegetables This Year, Dennis Hinkamp

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


Computer Assisted Literacy For Non-English Speakers, Jean Alder, Frederick M. Berthrong, Hector Mendiola Mar 2001

Computer Assisted Literacy For Non-English Speakers, Jean Alder, Frederick M. Berthrong, Hector Mendiola

All Current Publications

This publication is a level 1 guide to the basics of using a computer for non-English speakers.


Realizing The Impact Of Injection Site Lesions, Clell Bagley Mar 2001

Realizing The Impact Of Injection Site Lesions, Clell Bagley

All Current Publications

A major effort has been made by the beef industry in recent years to reduce the economic loss from injection site lesions. Injections of almost any vaccine or medication causes some lesion. The extent, severity and economic loss of the resulting lesion can be greatly reduced with cleanliness and by use of careful techniques for the placement of product into specific, designated sites.


Vaccination Programs For Dairy Young Stock, Clell Bagley Mar 2001

Vaccination Programs For Dairy Young Stock, Clell Bagley

All Current Publications

Vaccines are an important tool to use in herd health programs for the protection of animal health. However, vaccines often do not protect health by themselves, and should be used in conjunction with good management practices. The timing of vaccination and selection of product type are important considerations.


Genetics In Practice A Template For Interactive Case Studies, Erin Edwards, Andrew Walker, Kathleen Bergeson, John Louviere, Kris Robinson, Joseph Higgins Jan 2001

Genetics In Practice A Template For Interactive Case Studies, Erin Edwards, Andrew Walker, Kathleen Bergeson, John Louviere, Kris Robinson, Joseph Higgins

Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Faculty Publications

Genetics & Your Practice, began in 1994 as a course for primary health care practitioners to get Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits and to help health care providers learn about the importance of genetic counseling and the fundamental difference between genetic counseling and traditional health care. In a collaborative project between the March of Dimes and Idaho State University Departments of Nursing (ISU) and Continuing Education/Special Programs, the course was converted to an online asynchronous course. Since the course was primarily didactic, ISU approached a team of graduate students at Utah State University’s Department of Instructional Technology (USU) to ...


Child Care Needs Survey Report Jan 2001

Child Care Needs Survey Report

ADVANCE Library Collection

No abstract provided.


How Can I Balance My Work And My Family Life?, Glen Jenson Jan 2001

How Can I Balance My Work And My Family Life?, Glen Jenson

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


Self Worth, Thomas Lee, Glen Jenson Jan 2001

Self Worth, Thomas Lee, Glen Jenson

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


How Can I Help Build Character In My Child?, Becky Mitchell Jan 2001

How Can I Help Build Character In My Child?, Becky Mitchell

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


What Can Fathers Do To Become More Involved In Their Daughter's Lives?, Sue Cardwell Jan 2001

What Can Fathers Do To Become More Involved In Their Daughter's Lives?, Sue Cardwell

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


What Is The Cost Of Raising A Child Today? Part 1, Liz Gorham Jan 2001

What Is The Cost Of Raising A Child Today? Part 1, Liz Gorham

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


Is There An Organization That Can Help My Youth Develop Leadership?, Becky Mitchell Jan 2001

Is There An Organization That Can Help My Youth Develop Leadership?, Becky Mitchell

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


Expectations, Thomas Lee, Glen Jenson Jan 2001

Expectations, Thomas Lee, Glen Jenson

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


Repetitive Strain Injury, Jill Webster Jan 2001

Repetitive Strain Injury, Jill Webster

All Current Publications

Repetitive Strain Injury is a serious condition that is painful and often debilitating. Also known as Cumulative Trauma Disorder, RSI occurs from physical movements that are repeated with a high rate of frequency.


How Do I Teach My Child The Importance Of Character?, Becky Mitchell Jan 2001

How Do I Teach My Child The Importance Of Character?, Becky Mitchell

All Archived Publications

No abstract provided.


Fending Off Aphids, Dennis Hinkamp Jan 2001

Fending Off Aphids, Dennis Hinkamp

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


Hibiscus - Name Of The Rose, Dennis Hinkamp Jan 2001

Hibiscus - Name Of The Rose, Dennis Hinkamp

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


Landscaping: Exterior Design Revamp Time, Dennis Hinkamp Jan 2001

Landscaping: Exterior Design Revamp Time, Dennis Hinkamp

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


Mental Health And Stress Management, Jill Webster Jan 2001

Mental Health And Stress Management, Jill Webster

All Current Publications

Farmers and ranchers experience many stress factors that are unique to their jobs and way of life. These stress factors are very di cult to cope with. These stress factors include: weather conditions, markets, time constraints, milk and commodity prices, crop and livestock disease, governmental regulations, high interest rates, high property taxes, foreclosure, bankruptcy, and competition.


Socio-Dramatic Play As A Vehicle For Curriculum Integration In First Grade, J. Cooper, Martha Taylor Dever Jan 2001

Socio-Dramatic Play As A Vehicle For Curriculum Integration In First Grade, J. Cooper, Martha Taylor Dever

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

A brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or resource. Describes how the sociodramatic play experiences of a group of first graders served as a vehicle for integrating the classroom curriculum. Considers play as a curricular tool and adults' roles in sociodramatic play. Shows how first-graders' play in connection with creating a card shop incorporated reading, writing, and mathematical skills, and provided opportunities for peer collaboration and teaching. (KB)


Standardized Entrance Assessment In Kindergarten: A Qualitative Analysis Of The Experiences Of Teachers, Administrators, And Parents, Martha Taylor Dever, J. J. Barta Jan 2001

Standardized Entrance Assessment In Kindergarten: A Qualitative Analysis Of The Experiences Of Teachers, Administrators, And Parents, Martha Taylor Dever, J. J. Barta

Teacher Education and Leadership Faculty Publications

A brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or resource. This qualitative study examined experiences of teachers, parents, and administrators related to standardized kindergarten entrance assessment to identify strengths and weaknesses of standardized testing in kindergarten. Strengths emerging from the data included consistency of information with core curriculum, and the time and opportunity to begin parent-teacher dialogue. Weaknesses included the narrow scope of the information obtained. (Author/KB)