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The Echo: February 27, 1981, Taylor University Feb 2981

The Echo: February 27, 1981, Taylor University

1980-1981 (Volume 83 & 84)

No abstract provided.


The Otterbein Review May 28, 1917, Archives May 2028

The Otterbein Review May 28, 1917, Archives

Otterbein Review

Volume 8, Number 32


The Echo: September 23, 2016, Taylor University Sep 2026

The Echo: September 23, 2016, Taylor University

2016-2017 (Volume 104)

No abstract provided.


Infographic: Principal Demographics, Dominique Russell May 2021

Infographic: Principal Demographics, Dominique Russell

Teacher infographics

The annual Australian Principal Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Survey collects information on the experiences of school leaders and their state of health and wellbeing. Part of the survey includes collecting demographic data on survey respondents. Here, we look at the age distribution of over 1800 respondents in 2020.


Centennial Library 2019-2020 Annual Report, Cedarville University May 2021

Centennial Library 2019-2020 Annual Report, Cedarville University

Centennial Library Annual Reports

No abstract provided.


Centennial Library 2018-2019 Annual Report, Cedarville University May 2021

Centennial Library 2018-2019 Annual Report, Cedarville University

Centennial Library Annual Reports

No abstract provided.


Integrating Residencies Into Substitute Teaching, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College May 2021

Integrating Residencies Into Substitute Teaching, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

All Faculty and Staff Papers and Presentations

This one-page document illustrates the possibilities and benefits of having residents take on substitute teaching roles in a district. Dollars previously allocated to substitute teaching can be redirected toward candidate stipends while substitute teaching needs are largely met by the cohort of residents.


Preparation Program And District Partnership Agreement Considerations, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College May 2021

Preparation Program And District Partnership Agreement Considerations, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This document outlines key considerations to keep in mind when building a residency partnership. Articulating agreements can help clarify the responsibilities of each party—programs and schools or districts—as well as foster a shared understandings of the mutual goals and responsibilities the partnership wishes to embrace. Agreements can remain informal or can form the basis for a formal Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).


Guidance: Resident Expectations And Agreements, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College May 2021

Guidance: Resident Expectations And Agreements, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This document outlines expectations that residency programs might want to make explicit for those who will be enrolling in the residency. Many of these considerations also would be included in formal agreements between individual residents and preparation partnerships, for example when residents must agree to serve as teachers in a district in exchange for receiving funding during the program.


Exploring District Investments In Residencies, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College May 2021

Exploring District Investments In Residencies, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This one-page document illustrates ways school districts can adjust existing funding streams to support teacher candidates during their residency year. Examples of include substitute teaching days for residents, professional development opportunities, and co-teaching alongside mentor teachers.


Dollars And Sense: Federal Investments In Our Educator Workforce, Karen Demoss May 2021

Dollars And Sense: Federal Investments In Our Educator Workforce, Karen Demoss

Prepared to Teach

Supporting aspiring educators during preparation is essential. The field is ready to embrace shifts that will make teacher preparation more uniformly strong, sustainable, and equitably accessible—investments in preparation will make such shifts possible. This report makes the case for a renewed commitment to excellent teacher preparation, made possible by federal investments.


Going Further Together: Building Ownership And Engagement To Support High-Quality Teacher Preparation, Karen Demoss May 2021

Going Further Together: Building Ownership And Engagement To Support High-Quality Teacher Preparation, Karen Demoss

Prepared to Teach

Building shared ownership and engagement over teacher preparation can help ensure that efforts to sustainably fund high-quality programs will endure beyond initial start-up funding. By drawing on effective, lasting collaboration among stakeholders who have not traditionally worked together—both within organizations and across organizational lines, programs can successfully identify sustainable funding sources for the long term. This report shares strategies for building ownership and engagement and highlights programs across the country that have successfully sustained and grown the kind of commitments that ensure program development and longevity.


Beyond Tuition, Costs Of Teacher Preparation: Descriptive Analytics From The Aspiring Teachers' Financial Burden Survey, Francheska Santos, Divya Mansukhani, Karen Demoss May 2021

Beyond Tuition, Costs Of Teacher Preparation: Descriptive Analytics From The Aspiring Teachers' Financial Burden Survey, Francheska Santos, Divya Mansukhani, Karen Demoss

Prepared to Teach

This report shares analyses from the national survey of aspiring teachers carried out by Prepared To Teach during the 2019-2020 school year. Beyond Tuition, Costs of Teacher Preparation dives into the income sources, expenses, debt, and work realities of aspiring teachers across the country and identifies where candidates are in need of additional support.


Supporting Candidates' Financial Needs, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College May 2021

Supporting Candidates' Financial Needs, Prepared To Teach, Bank Street College

Prepared to Teach

This document takes the affordability lessons found in our report, The Affordability Imperative: Creating Equitable Access to Quality Teacher Preparation, and offers preparation program leaders a set of guiding questions to help them find more ways to reduce the financial burdens of their aspiring teachers.


Uni Grad Student News, V19n4, May 2021, University Of Northern Iowa. Graduate College. May 2021

Uni Grad Student News, V19n4, May 2021, University Of Northern Iowa. Graduate College.

UNI Grad Student News

Contents:

--- Message from the Dean
--- Student & Faculty Awards
--- Graduate Secretary Profile - Staycie Lyman
--- Graduate Alumni - Kaylani Kannan
--- Graduate College Staff Profile - Jason Cox
--- INSPIRE Virtual Student Research & Engagement Conference
--- Student Conferences
--- Graduate Assistants for Supporting Mental Health
--- UNI Doctoral Student Competes in Mrs. America Pageant
--- Accolades
--- Graduate Assistant First Awards
--- Summer in the Cedar Valley
--- Graduate College Staff and Contact Information


Library Connection, V8n2, Spring 2021, University Of Northern Iowa. Rod Library. May 2021

Library Connection, V8n2, Spring 2021, University Of Northern Iowa. Rod Library.

Library Connection

Inside this Issue:

--- Improvisational Entrepreneurship and the Modern Library
--- Kelsie Willert: Connecting the Past with the People
--- Brennan Hamilton: Sharing the Personal Side of History
--- Keeping Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Forefront
--- UNI is Sharing Knowledge with the World!


Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio) Apr 2021

Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio)

All Xavier Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


2021- The Twenty-Fifth Annual Symposium Of Student Scholars Apr 2021

2021- The Twenty-Fifth Annual Symposium Of Student Scholars

Symposium of Student Scholars Program Books

The full program book from the Twenty-fifth Annual Symposium of Student Scholars, held on April 29, 2021. Includes abstracts from the presentations and posters.


The Benefit Of A Blended Education Approach In Patient Access Representative (Par) Training: Didactic And Simulation, Daryl Anildes-Gumban Msn, Rn, James Cavalier, Jr Phd, Rn, Jennifer Mills Msn, Rn, Judie Nelson, Caranza Johnson, Tracy Renick, Diane Bodurka Md, Mph Apr 2021

The Benefit Of A Blended Education Approach In Patient Access Representative (Par) Training: Didactic And Simulation, Daryl Anildes-Gumban Msn, Rn, James Cavalier, Jr Phd, Rn, Jennifer Mills Msn, Rn, Judie Nelson, Caranza Johnson, Tracy Renick, Diane Bodurka Md, Mph

2021 Education Week Posters

Division of Education and Training


“Thinking Like Lawyers” In The Online Environment: Students’ And Faculty Members’ Perceptions Of Using The Socratic Method In An Online J.D. Course, Victoria L. Vanzandt Apr 2021

“Thinking Like Lawyers” In The Online Environment: Students’ And Faculty Members’ Perceptions Of Using The Socratic Method In An Online J.D. Course, Victoria L. Vanzandt

Graduate Student Showcase

With the American Bar Association’s recent move to a more liberal stance on distance learning and the newly gained experience with online education for all law students and legal educators due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that online legal education, in some form, is here to stay. Additionally, there is no indication that the Socratic method with its strong ties to legal education will be abandoned. Therefore, the legal academy must address how it can continue to use the Socratic method as its preferred pedagogical tool to teach students “to think like lawyers” in online modalities.

This ...


Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio) Apr 2021

Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio)

All Xavier Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


2021 Imsaloquium, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy Apr 2021

2021 Imsaloquium, Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy

IMSAloquium Event Booklets

Welcome to IMSAloquium 2021. This is IMSA’s 34th year of leading in educational innovation, and the 33rd year of the IMSA Student Inquiry and Research (SIR) Program.


Centennial Library E-News, March/April 2021, Cedarville University Apr 2021

Centennial Library E-News, March/April 2021, Cedarville University

Centennial Library E-News

Articles in this issue: Hosting ACL Conference; Graduating Student Staff Members; Library Careers Program: 2021 Centennial Library Scholarship Winner; 2021 Library Staff Recognitions; Library Book Sale; Faculty in Print; Alumni in Print


Infographic: Teachers Who Work Second Jobs, Jo Earp Apr 2021

Infographic: Teachers Who Work Second Jobs, Jo Earp

Teacher infographics

A new paper explores US data on public school teachers working a second job, outside the education system. What proportion of full-time teachers worked a second job? What type of jobs did they take? And, what were their average earnings? Find out in this infographic.


Culture And Occupational Therapy, Kaitlyn Domingo, Becki Cohill, Susan Macdermott, Karen Park Apr 2021

Culture And Occupational Therapy, Kaitlyn Domingo, Becki Cohill, Susan Macdermott, Karen Park

Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, Spring 2021

The purpose of this capstone project was to develop a cultural intelligence program for occupational therapy practitioners (OTP[s]). However, due to the results of the project’s research component, this capstone shifted to addressing a potential need for a global shift in the occupational therapy (OT) process and diversifying the content and dissemination of cultural training courses.

A mixed-methods survey was conducted to assess 45 OTPs’ confidence levels with delivering culturally intelligent care, their means of overcoming cultural barriers in clinical practice, and to collect anecdotes on the process of becoming a culturally intelligent practitioner.

Four primary research themes ...


Defining A Role For Occupational Therapy In The Transition From The Military To Academia: A Scoping Review, Elizabeth Cifuentes, Steven M. Gerardi Apr 2021

Defining A Role For Occupational Therapy In The Transition From The Military To Academia: A Scoping Review, Elizabeth Cifuentes, Steven M. Gerardi

Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, Spring 2021

There is a paucity of literature on the role of OT for veterans in transition to school, and the literature that is available has not been systematically reviewed. This makes it difficult for OT practitioners to address the needs of veterans in transition from military service to school.

This scoping review was conducted to answer the question, “What is currently being done to address the transition of veterans from military service to academia and are within the scope of practice of occupational therapy?” An in-depth search of the literature was completed, and it was confirmed that there is no literature ...


Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio) Apr 2021

Xavier University Newswire, Xavier University (Cincinnati, Ohio)

All Xavier Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


The Benefits Of An Educational Resource For Swim Instructors To Promote Inclusive Swimming, Ailien Nguyenly, Susan Macdermott, Karen Park, Becki Cohill Apr 2021

The Benefits Of An Educational Resource For Swim Instructors To Promote Inclusive Swimming, Ailien Nguyenly, Susan Macdermott, Karen Park, Becki Cohill

Virtual OTD Capstone Symposium, Spring 2021

The purpose of this capstone project was to develop a training program for swim instructors to better interact with individuals with disabilities before, during, and after swim lessons. However, due to the current pandemic, an online educational resource was created instead.

The educational resource utilized an occupational therapy approach to meet swim instructors' identified needs to work with individuals with disabilities. The e-book was intended to lay a foundation of basic knowledge of conditions, resources, tools, adaptations and provide support to shape swim lessons around individual needs.

A qualitative research study was conducted to assess the effectiveness and usefulness of ...


Teaching World Languages With And For Social Justice, Max Kivi Apr 2021

Teaching World Languages With And For Social Justice, Max Kivi

Undergraduate Research Symposium 2021

Language learning does not occur in a political, social, cultural, or historical vacuum. To learn a foreign language is to learn another way to see the world and to gain a glimpse into another’s perspectives, history, and culture. Since their inception within the United States, far too many world language programs have not strayed from teaching vocabulary, grammar, and stagnant interpretations of culture due to a perceived lack of space in the curriculum or low linguistic abilities of their students. In the last two decades, multiple world language educators and scholars (e.g., Johnson & Randolph, 2017; Glynn, Wesley & Wassell, 2014; Osborn, 2006) have ...


Multifaceted Management Of Covid In The Medical Student Population Of Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Wayne Bond Lau, Kristin Desimone, Leonard Levine, Kathryn Trayes, Charlie Pohl Apr 2021

Multifaceted Management Of Covid In The Medical Student Population Of Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Wayne Bond Lau, Kristin Desimone, Leonard Levine, Kathryn Trayes, Charlie Pohl

Department of Emergency Medicine Posters

COVID has created hardships in the lives of many persons. In a time of chaos, it was clear our institution needed an efficient workflow to track all students requiring quarantine, so that academic progress and student wellness would not be casualties.

This presentation reviews that workflow in detail, for the purpose of sharing strengths of the process for the greater GSA/OSR network’s benefit.