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Proactive Behavior Intervention, Beth E. Ackerman Nov 2006

Proactive Behavior Intervention, Beth E. Ackerman

Faculty Publications and Presentations

Participants in this presentation will learn keys to being a proactive teacher that prevents negative behavior from occurring.


Involving University Science Faculty In The Preparation Of Teachers: The Call And The Challenge Of Participation, Philip I. Kramer Nov 2006

Involving University Science Faculty In The Preparation Of Teachers: The Call And The Challenge Of Participation, Philip I. Kramer

OARCA Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Puzzling Classroom Behavior, Beth E. Ackerman Nov 2006

Puzzling Classroom Behavior, Beth E. Ackerman

Faculty Publications and Presentations

Why does Johnny act that way while I am teaching? This presentation addresses the five main reasons that students misbehave in class.


Hitting The Trifecta: A Professional Development Model For Creating, Using And Disseminating Open Education Resources., Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Rena Janke Sep 2006

Hitting The Trifecta: A Professional Development Model For Creating, Using And Disseminating Open Education Resources., Sarah Giersch, Andrew Walker, Mimi Recker, Rena Janke

The Instructional Architect Research Group

This session presents a teacher professional development model developed by the Digital Libraries go to School project. Presenters will discuss the curriculum, which utilizes the Instructional Architect and the National Science Digital Library. Presenters will share preliminary data, lessons learned, and discuss future work including evaluation and scaling.


The Elida Camel Project: Jisc Design For Learning Start-Up Meeting, Jill Jameson Jun 2006

The Elida Camel Project: Jisc Design For Learning Start-Up Meeting, Jill Jameson

Jill Jameson

The JISC eLIDA CAMEL Project commenced in May, 2006, as one of the national UK Design for Learning projects funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC). The eLIDA CAMEL brought together the pedagogic e-learning practice of the eLISA study skills e-learning project and the work done by the CAMEL JISC infoNet and ALT communities of practice project funded by HEFCE's Leadership, Governance and Management Fund (LGMF).


Return To The Past:, Teaching Cooperation Through Play And Games Of The Past, Kathie C. Morgan Apr 2006

Return To The Past:, Teaching Cooperation Through Play And Games Of The Past, Kathie C. Morgan

Faculty Publications and Presentations

In the past play has prepared children for life by teaching: fair play, cooperation, compromising skills, mediation skills, and responsibility. Character skills learned through play promote community and are universally accepted. The games of the past teach students today those exact same skills.


Return To The Past:, Teaching Cooperation Through Play And Games Of The Past, Kathie C. (Johnson) Morgan Apr 2006

Return To The Past:, Teaching Cooperation Through Play And Games Of The Past, Kathie C. (Johnson) Morgan

Faculty Publications and Presentations

In the past play has prepared children for life by teaching: fair play, cooperation, compromising skills, mediation skills, and responsibility. Character skills learned through play promote community and are universally accepted. The games of the past teach students today those exact same skills.


I Want A Divorce: When The Professional Becomes Personal In Academics, Angela West Crews, Gordon A. Crews, Mark L. Dantzker, Reid C. Toth, Jeffrey P. Rush Mar 2006

I Want A Divorce: When The Professional Becomes Personal In Academics, Angela West Crews, Gordon A. Crews, Mark L. Dantzker, Reid C. Toth, Jeffrey P. Rush

Criminal Justice Faculty Research

Contractual relationships between faculty members and departments are like marriages and tenured relationships like marriages with children. If either party wants out, the implications can be personally and professionally devastating. While faculty quality is periodically evaluated by performance in teaching, scholarship, and service, one’s ability to develop and maintain successful personal relationships within academic environments may impact, even override, acceptable professional performance. Roundtable participants will discuss leaving institutions and being asked to leave institutions due to the personal affecting the professional, seeking other employment after an academic “divorce” ("remarriage"), professional versus personal loyalties, and other related topics.


Keys To Collaboration, Beth E. Ackerman Mar 2006

Keys To Collaboration, Beth E. Ackerman

Faculty Publications and Presentations

In the field of special education it is vital that we are able to collaborate with the team that provides services to our students. This presentation addressses keys to successful collaboration.


Computer And The Buffalo: Globalization And Rural Women In Gujrat, Shyam Sunder Feb 2006

Computer And The Buffalo: Globalization And Rural Women In Gujrat, Shyam Sunder

Shyam Sunder

No abstract provided.


Ua1b2/1 Western 100: The Life Of A Student, Sue Lynn Mcdaniel Jan 2006

Ua1b2/1 Western 100: The Life Of A Student, Sue Lynn Mcdaniel

WKU Archives Records

Powerpoint presentation created by Sue Lynn McDaniel for WKU's Centennial celebration. It has been edited to reflect the current WKU Archives website.


Scholarships 101 Presentation Jan 2006

Scholarships 101 Presentation

Ohio College Access Network

No abstract provided.


Structural Engineering, Sergio F. Brena Jan 2006

Structural Engineering, Sergio F. Brena

Science and Engineering Saturday Seminars

•Introduction to Structural Engineering • •Forces in Structures • •Structural Systems • •Civil Engineering Materials • •Some Definitions of Important Structural Properties