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1994

Professional studies in education

Higher Education Administration

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Undergraduate Experiences With And Attitudes Toward International Teaching Assistants , Barbara Sweeney Plakans Jan 1994

Undergraduate Experiences With And Attitudes Toward International Teaching Assistants , Barbara Sweeney Plakans

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Since the mid-1980s, controversy has surrounded the issue of undergraduate instruction at large research universities by teaching assistants who are not native speakers of English and who have received their undergraduate training outside the United States. Despite administrative endorsement of the importance of diversity on campus, the interaction between undergraduates and teaching assistants from abroad (now commonly called "international teaching assistants" or "ITAs") is a strained one, often threatened by misunderstandings and miscommunication;The current study used a survey, Questionnaire about International Teaching Assistants (QUITA), developed by Fox (1991), to collect background information about undergraduate students; inquire about their depth ...


The Experiences Of Women Leading In An All-Women's Residence Hall: A Qualitative Study, Becki Sue Elkins Nesheim Jan 1994

The Experiences Of Women Leading In An All-Women's Residence Hall: A Qualitative Study, Becki Sue Elkins Nesheim

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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An Evaluation Of The Effects Of A Personal Growth And Development Course On The Self-Esteem Levels Of College Students At A Selected Institution , Carmen Taylor Tillery Jan 1994

An Evaluation Of The Effects Of A Personal Growth And Development Course On The Self-Esteem Levels Of College Students At A Selected Institution , Carmen Taylor Tillery

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine if there was a positive change in levels of self-esteem for students who completed a Personal Growth and Development course at Purdue University. The study also examined if there was a greater change in levels of self-esteem for students enrolled in a Personal Growth and Development course compared to students enrolled in an Educational Psychology course;The 102 respondents were fall 1993 enrollees of two selected courses at Purdue University. The instrument employed in the study was the Tennessee Self Concept Scale (TSCS), a 100 item Likert inventory. A 100% response rate ...