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Quality Indicators Guiding Secondary Career And Technical Education Programs Of Study, Xue Xing, Sara Shaw, Howard R. D. Gordon Dec 2017

Quality Indicators Guiding Secondary Career And Technical Education Programs Of Study, Xue Xing, Sara Shaw, Howard R. D. Gordon

Journal of Research in Technical Careers

The purpose of this study was to examine quality indicators currently guiding the rigor of secondary career and technical education (CTE) programs of study in the United States. Quality indicators are desirable characteristics or expectations for a comprehensive and effective CTE program of study. As of May 2017, we were able to locate publicly accessible secondary CTE quality program standards/guidelines for 38 states. A majority (n=24) updated their secondary CTE quality program standards/guidelines within the last five years (i.e., 2012-2017). Deductive content analysis was conducted to examine the 38 state profiles using the Association of Career ...


Developing Multicultural Self-Awareness Through A Transformative Learning Experience, Cynthia Bezard, Sara A. Shaw Dec 2017

Developing Multicultural Self-Awareness Through A Transformative Learning Experience, Cynthia Bezard, Sara A. Shaw

Journal of Research in Technical Careers

The purpose of this qualitative case study was to explore the ways that a change in perspective can create a better understanding of cultural identity. This study addressed: (1) How does a self-awareness transformative learning experience develop critical cultural competence in career and technical education instructors? (2) How does the practice of critical reflection construct career and technical education instructors’ ability to develop self-awareness of critical cultural competence? (3) How does involvement in critical discourse construct career and technical education instructors’ ability to develop self-awareness of critical cultural competence? A three-phase professional development experience rooted in multicultural education provided key ...


Promoting Active And Sustained School-Business Partnerships: An Exploratory Case Study Of An It Academy, Victor M. Hernandez-Gantes, Simone J. Brookins, Edward C. Fletcher Jr. Dec 2017

Promoting Active And Sustained School-Business Partnerships: An Exploratory Case Study Of An It Academy, Victor M. Hernandez-Gantes, Simone J. Brookins, Edward C. Fletcher Jr.

Journal of Research in Technical Careers

In support of the national push for promoting career readiness, school-business partnerships have been noted as an important support strategy. However, there is limited research in the context of career academies. Thus, we sought to explore the nature of a partnership between an information technology (IT) career academy and local business partners. We found that the development of social capital is required to keep the network of partners bonded toward a common goal, bridged through a Business Advisory Council to facilitate planning and related supports, and linked by a local web of connecting relationships. Study findings add to the limited ...


Career And Technical Education For Sustainability: A Multiple Case Study Of Innovative Community College Programs, James A. Gregson, Karen Ruppel Dec 2017

Career And Technical Education For Sustainability: A Multiple Case Study Of Innovative Community College Programs, James A. Gregson, Karen Ruppel

Journal of Research in Technical Careers

This multiple case study explored Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs that were identified as having a focus on sustainability. Using the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, Sustainability Tracking, Assessment, and Rating System (AASHE STARS) as a conceptual framework, the researchers interpreted whether the social, economic, and environmental concepts of sustainability were included in these programs' curriculum. Findings suggested that several factors impacted program curriculum: (1) attentiveness to industry trends; (2) sustainability as an institutional core value; (3) geographic location of urban versus rural; (4) program maturity; and (5) advisory committee influence. Findings also suggested a ...


Economic Attainment Patterns Of College-Educated Women In Mid-Career: An Objective Indicator Of Career Success, Hyojung Han, Jay W. Rojewski Dec 2017

Economic Attainment Patterns Of College-Educated Women In Mid-Career: An Objective Indicator Of Career Success, Hyojung Han, Jay W. Rojewski

Journal of Research in Technical Careers

The purpose of this study was to identify latent classes of college-educated late-baby-boomer generation women’s economic attainment (income) patterns during mid-career and examine the family and job satisfaction characteristics within each latent class. Longitudinal latent class analysis was used to analyze income data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 for 607 college-educated women in the United States for the years 1990 to 2010. The analysis revealed five distinct patterns of women’s economic attainment. A majority of the sample (72.7%) fell into the sustained growth group in which women’s economic attainment increased continuously and consistently ...


From The Editors Vol. 1, Iss. 2, Jrtc Editors Dec 2017

From The Editors Vol. 1, Iss. 2, Jrtc Editors

Journal of Research in Technical Careers

No abstract provided.


Boys & Girls Club, Cheyenne Jael Natividad-Parraga Dec 2017

Boys & Girls Club, Cheyenne Jael Natividad-Parraga

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

Hunger.


Soda: Student Organizing Diversity Activities, Humberto Salmeron-Arreola Dec 2017

Soda: Student Organizing Diversity Activities, Humberto Salmeron-Arreola

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

The Social Issue that my service learning was addressing was the importance of multiculturalism, and why discrimination should no longer be a problem.


Aldeane Comito Ries Elementary School, Ashley Mullins Dec 2017

Aldeane Comito Ries Elementary School, Ashley Mullins

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

No abstract provided.


Boys & Girls Club, Alexandra Rivera Dec 2017

Boys & Girls Club, Alexandra Rivera

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

Family income is also relevant when it comes to parental stress.


Volunteer Work At The Nevada State Museum, Hannah Spreger Dec 2017

Volunteer Work At The Nevada State Museum, Hannah Spreger

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

The State Museum addresses the issue of needing unique, interesting ways to learn, as well as an affordable way to access information to both children, adults, and people of all ages.


The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Ben Brikman Dec 2017

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Ben Brikman

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

According to J Stuart Elborn (2016), a medical professor from Queen’s University Belfast, youth that grow up with this disease “have shown a high prevalence of depression and anxiety in patients with cystic fibrosis and parent caregivers.” It greatly affects a person when they are feel like it is a burden to take care of themselves. Many affected by psychological distress allows this negativity to affect their adherence to their treatment and experience more frequent exacerbations, which leads to a poor quality of outlook on life.


Project 150, Jacob Mcqueen Dec 2017

Project 150, Jacob Mcqueen

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

The social issue that Project 150 seeks to address is the issue of homeless and underprivileged youth.


J.T. Mcwilliams Elementary, Anthony Cano Dec 2017

J.T. Mcwilliams Elementary, Anthony Cano

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

According to Nevada Report Card, 287,550 students in the state of Nevada are identified as minorities.


John D. Jackie Gaughan Clubhouse, Dakyung Jung Dec 2017

John D. Jackie Gaughan Clubhouse, Dakyung Jung

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

“Alleviating urban poverty depends significantly on economic growth and the nation’s ability to provide more, and better-paying, jobs” (Lemons, 2015).


Religion Declining, Oscar Pascual Dec 2017

Religion Declining, Oscar Pascual

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

As of today, compared to previous generations there are fewer people going to church or are affiliated with a religion that day practice daily. During my volunteering in my service site, where it was my job to basically teach, or enlighten youths from a Catholic family and show them what their religion means to them and its importance, my fellow teachers and I face the challenge of basically grabbing their interest even worse their attention to the topic.


Boys & Girls Club, Justine Morales Dec 2017

Boys & Girls Club, Justine Morales

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

BGC covers is childhood poverty.


Volunteering At Innovations International Charter School Of Nevada, Jannie Nigoza Dec 2017

Volunteering At Innovations International Charter School Of Nevada, Jannie Nigoza

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

The lack of quality education among low-income or disadvantaged children.


Classroom Behavior And Respect, Anthony Weeks Dec 2017

Classroom Behavior And Respect, Anthony Weeks

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

The social issue at hand is that of disruptive behavior and the teacher/student interactions within the classroom, especially in lower socio-economic schools.


Making A New Friend, Taylor Fireman Dec 2017

Making A New Friend, Taylor Fireman

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

Keeping elderly minds alive.


Assistant Sunday School Teacherst. John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, Nicholas Barbarino Dec 2017

Assistant Sunday School Teacherst. John The Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, Nicholas Barbarino

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

Give the children the necessary information to be able to make a decision about the religion in their future.


Project 150, Anthony Louie Dec 2017

Project 150, Anthony Louie

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

Homelessness is a major problem in the world we live, but it is even bigger when it happens to youths.


Golden Desert Speech And Debate, Grant Schober Dec 2017

Golden Desert Speech And Debate, Grant Schober

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

Health and well- being of kids.


Three Square And I, Alina Del Puerto Dec 2017

Three Square And I, Alina Del Puerto

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

In southern Nevada, children and adults suffer from food insecurities.


Spread The Word Nevada, Kayla Mcclellan Dec 2017

Spread The Word Nevada, Kayla Mcclellan

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

Availability of books in low budget schools.


The Muscular Dystrophy Association, Natasha Ortiz Dec 2017

The Muscular Dystrophy Association, Natasha Ortiz

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

Muscular dystrophy (MD) is a social problem because the people affected by it do not get to live a normal life.


Rebel Recycling Program, Shayla Camero Dec 2017

Rebel Recycling Program, Shayla Camero

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

The health of our planet or environmental protection is something that most people ignore until it becomes a bigger problem.


Rebel Recycling Program, Briana Pacheco Dec 2017

Rebel Recycling Program, Briana Pacheco

First-Year Seminar Posters (COE 102/103)

The amount of waste produced every year is alarming and it is an ongoing issue.


Reverse Migration: Documenting How The Educational Experiences Of Transnational Youth In Mexican Schools Are Shaped By Parental Deportation, Sandra Lourdes Candel Dec 2017

Reverse Migration: Documenting How The Educational Experiences Of Transnational Youth In Mexican Schools Are Shaped By Parental Deportation, Sandra Lourdes Candel

UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

Research Problem

Over 500,000 U.S.-born children are living in Mexico –some due to parental deportation– experiencing a decrease in their quality of life, the stress of an unfamiliar language and culture, and difficulty accessing education. In order to support them in their transition to Mexico, and to reincorporate them into U.S. society as adults, their struggles and educational trajectories should be of great concern to the Mexican and U.S. governments, as well as higher education institutions.

Purpose

The purpose of this qualitative study was to document the educational experiences of transnational students attending schools in ...


Thomas O’Roarke Elementary, Jarod Grimm Dec 2017

Thomas O’Roarke Elementary, Jarod Grimm

Second-Year Seminar Posters (COE 202)

Parent involvement.