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Innovation Lab Fall Newsletter, Innovation Lab, Mary Stegmeir Nov 2015

Innovation Lab Fall Newsletter, Innovation Lab, Mary Stegmeir

CF/RIC Lab Newsletter

The 1st issue of the RIC/CF Innovation Lab newsletter (Fall, 2015).

Inside this issue:

- A Note from the Leadership Team

- Congratulations on "Blogging and Food-Logging" to Present at American School Health Association

- Project Highlight: Conditional Acceptance

- Honored Article on NACAC Official Blog

- Innovation Lab in the News

- Connect with Us


Teaching Progress: A Critique Of The Grand Narrative Of Human Rights As Pedagogy For Marginalized Students, Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur, Robyn Linde Oct 2015

Teaching Progress: A Critique Of The Grand Narrative Of Human Rights As Pedagogy For Marginalized Students, Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur, Robyn Linde

Faculty Publications

Drawing on our experience as professors who teach human rights, social justice, and social movements courses at an urban college in Providence, R.I., with a student body that includes large populations who are of color, first generation, economically disadvantaged, and nontraditional in other ways, we explore the relevance and impact of these grand narratives for the lives of our students and their sense of political agency. In particular, we advocate for a critical approach to human rights pedagogy to counter and overcome the pervasive individualization that undergirds the grand narrative of human rights. We argue that a critical (and ...


Sustainable Science And Education In The Neoliberal Ecoprison, Peter C. Little Jan 2015

Sustainable Science And Education In The Neoliberal Ecoprison, Peter C. Little

Faculty Publications

As part of the general ‘greening’ of prisons in the last decade of neoliberalization and the formation of institutionalized programs to provide science and environmental education opportunities for the incarcerated, the Sustainability in Prisons Project (SPP), a partnership between Evergreen State College and the Washington State Department of Corrections, has become the most vibrant partnership in the US to mesh the cultures and institutions of environmental science and corrections. Drawing attention to the SPP’s anchoring mission, which is ‘to bring science and nature into prisons,’ this article looks at environmental science education in the contemporary prison in light of ...


Students Visiting James P. Adams Library, Gene St. Pierre Jan 2015

Students Visiting James P. Adams Library, Gene St. Pierre

Innovation Lab

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High School Guitar: Building A Successful Four-Year Program, Virginia Boyle Jan 2015

High School Guitar: Building A Successful Four-Year Program, Virginia Boyle

Honors Projects Overview

High School Guitar: Building a Successful Four-Year Program is an instructional text written for teachers who wish to develop or extend a guitar program at the high school level. It includes anecdotal experiences and teaching practices from the successful guitar program built at Mt. Hope High School in Bristol, RI over the past twenty years. Information about starting a guitar program is provided, and class content and curriculum development for each of the four years of high school guitar instruction are discussed. In addition, ideas about developing and maintaining a classical guitar performance ensemble at the high school level are ...


What's The Sense In Nonsense Word Fluency Probes?, Maggie M. Habershaw Jan 2015

What's The Sense In Nonsense Word Fluency Probes?, Maggie M. Habershaw

Honors Projects Overview

A major focus of education in the United States has been for “optimal” literacy instruction for all students. To accomplish this goal, major initiatives have centered upon the early identification and prevention of reading difficulties. To this end, professionals in the field are using numerous literacy programs and assessments to promote optimal literacy instruction. One of these assessment programs is the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS). Across the United States, over 2,000,000 students are administered the DIBELS Nonsense Word Fluency probe each year. The purpose of this study is to reflect on teacher perceptions and ...