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Learning From The History Of Language Oppression: Educators As Agents Of Language Justice, Sandra Rodriguez-Arroyo, Ferial Pearson Dec 2020

Learning From The History Of Language Oppression: Educators As Agents Of Language Justice, Sandra Rodriguez-Arroyo, Ferial Pearson

Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education

There is a long history in this country of language oppression that has led to policies currently in place that affect the way educators are asked to teach. Therefore, educators must understand national and local language policy to know how it affects their students and how they can perform their duties as educators. Even though the U.S. does not have an official language, states have enacted language policies through court decisions and legislation. These policies have led to students being denied access to English as a Second Language (ESL) and bilingual education programs, resources, and accommodations, all of which ...


Providing Students With Multimodal Feedback Experiences, Dan Martin Dec 2020

Providing Students With Multimodal Feedback Experiences, Dan Martin

Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education

In higher education, feedback is an effective but underappreciated teaching tool that expands students’ opportunities for learning. Students need more formative feedback that can lead to dialogic experiences, and they need more feedback experiences in different mediums and modes. Providing students with multimodal feedback that is formative may lead to more dialogic experiences for students and improve their learning. Multimodal feedback experiences benefit all students, including those from diverse and disabled communities. This paper examines some of the advantages and limitations of written, audio, and video feedback and argues that feedback that is primarily formative and delivered using multiple modes ...


The Lived Experience Of Psychological Occupational Stress In Early Childhood Teacher Leaders, Brooke Fletcher, Debora Basler Wisneski Dec 2020

The Lived Experience Of Psychological Occupational Stress In Early Childhood Teacher Leaders, Brooke Fletcher, Debora Basler Wisneski

Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education

The existence of occupational and specifically psychological occupational stress of early childhood education (ECE) professionals is well established. However, little qualitative research has been published describing the lived experience of psychological occupational stress in this setting. The aim of this study was to provide a deeper understanding of ECE professionals’ stress to better support their occupational health. This was accomplished through a secondary phenomenological analysis of interviews with ECE teachers (n=4) collected by the primary author for a larger study of professional development in ECE leadership. The researchers found that the essential description of psychological occupational stress for these ...


Still Learning: Covid Through The Eyes Of A Medical Student, Alexis Strahan Dec 2020

Still Learning: Covid Through The Eyes Of A Medical Student, Alexis Strahan

HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine

As a first-year medical student when the COVID-19 pandemic found a foothold, I felt an overwhelming amount of emotions that accompanied the pandemic’s spread. Fear, although a reasonable choice, was not the first emotion that I experienced. In fact, it was a general feeling of paralysis. I had not six months prior taken an oath to commit my career and life to the service of the public’s health care needs, yet I could provide little more than the textbook knowledge of biochemistry or genetics from my first semester of learning. My hands felt unarmed and unskilled for the ...


Law School Exams During A Pandemic: One Law School’S Experience, Beth Parker Dec 2020

Law School Exams During A Pandemic: One Law School’S Experience, Beth Parker

Seattle Journal of Technology, Environmental & Innovation Law

In 2020, toward the end of the spring semester, the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life across the globe. Institutions, including law schools, felt the widespread effects of this public health crisis. Law schools were forced to move entire curriculums online in record time and consider how they were going to administer final exams. There is no precedent or manual for how to do this successfully. Law school exams are inherently stressful events in a law student’s career because their performance on the exam inordinately influences their grades and class rankings. Typically, law students are already on edge during final exams ...


Is There A Federal Right To A Minimum Education?, Martha Mccarthy Dec 2020

Is There A Federal Right To A Minimum Education?, Martha Mccarthy

BYU Education & Law Journal

This article first reviews the Sixth Circuit panel decision, settlement agreement, and en banc appellate court action. Then, it explores related recent cases that also address a constitutional right to some level of education. The final section analyzes the viability of arguments asserting a federal right to access to a minimum education under the Fourteenth Amendment and implications of establishing such a federal right.


Repository Additions, December 2020, Cedarville University Dec 2020

Repository Additions, December 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For December 2020, Cedarville University Dec 2020

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For December 2020, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


Right To Play's Intervention To Reduce Peer Violence Among Children In Public Schools In Pakistan: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial, Rozina Karmaliani, Judith Mcfarlane, Hussain Maqbool Ahmed Khuwaja, Yasmeen Hassan Somani, Shireen Shehzad, Tazeen Saeed Ali, Nargis Asad, Esnat D. Chirwa, Rachel Jewkes Dec 2020

Right To Play's Intervention To Reduce Peer Violence Among Children In Public Schools In Pakistan: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial, Rozina Karmaliani, Judith Mcfarlane, Hussain Maqbool Ahmed Khuwaja, Yasmeen Hassan Somani, Shireen Shehzad, Tazeen Saeed Ali, Nargis Asad, Esnat D. Chirwa, Rachel Jewkes

School of Nursing & Midwifery

Background: Peer violence is common globally, but a little researched topic in low-and middle-income countries. This study presents the evaluation of a two-year randomized controlled trial of a structured play-based life-skills intervention implemented in schools in Hyderabad, Pakistan.
Objective: To determine the impact of the intervention on school-based peer violence (victimization and perpetration) and depression among school children.
Methods: 40 single-sex public schools were randomized into two study arms (20 per arm 10 of each sex). A total of 1752 grade 6 students (929 from intervention and 823 from control schools) were enrolled in the trial. The two-year intervention was ...


Leadership Doctorates Newsletter: Volume 6, Number 5 (Special Issue), Larry Starr, Phd Dec 2020

Leadership Doctorates Newsletter: Volume 6, Number 5 (Special Issue), Larry Starr, Phd

Leadership Doctorates Newsletter (Formerly Strategic Leadership Newsletter)

In this Issue:

  • 2020 Reflections


Preview: Women's Basketball At South Alabama, Georgia Southern University Dec 2020

Preview: Women's Basketball At South Alabama, Georgia Southern University

Athletics News

  • PREVIEW: Women's Basketball at South Alabama


The George-Anne Daily, Georgia Southern University Dec 2020

The George-Anne Daily, Georgia Southern University

The George-Anne Newsletters

No abstract provided.


2020-12-31 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President. Dec 2020

2020-12-31 Message From The President, Morehead State University. Office Of The President.

Staff Congress Records

A letter from the Office of the President sent to students on December 31, 2020 regarding the spring semester and return to campus.


Let Natural Learning Arise!: Optimizing Organizational Learning Through A Customized Leadership Development Program, Robin A. Roberts Dec 2020

Let Natural Learning Arise!: Optimizing Organizational Learning Through A Customized Leadership Development Program, Robin A. Roberts

Publications

This paper examined a tiered leadership development program (LDP) designed to optimize natural organizational learning.


Evidence Of Scientific Literacy Through Hybrid And Online Biology Inquiry-Based Learning Activities, Caio Cotta Natale, Paula Seixas Mello, Silvia Luzia Frateschi Trivelato, Patricia Marzin-Janvier, Daniel Manzoni-De-Almeida Dec 2020

Evidence Of Scientific Literacy Through Hybrid And Online Biology Inquiry-Based Learning Activities, Caio Cotta Natale, Paula Seixas Mello, Silvia Luzia Frateschi Trivelato, Patricia Marzin-Janvier, Daniel Manzoni-De-Almeida

Higher Learning Research Communications

Objectives: To describe the implementation of a hybrid and an online active-learning-based science activity originally designed for face-to-face instruction. The goal was to verify if students used appropriate science practices while engaged in a problem solution through hybrid and fully online modalities. Epistemic practices are important markers of scientific literacy because they reflect ways of thinking and working that are similar to those performed by scientists.

Methods: Numerical experimental data related to two topics of immunology were provided to students through virtual learning environments. The groups of students met on WhatsApp© mobile application to negotiate the construction reports containing graphs ...


Enhancing Dissemination Of Evidence-Based Models For Stem Phd Career Development; A Stakeholder Workshop Report, Ryan Bixenmann, Barbara J. Natalizio, Yasmeen Hussain, Cynthia N. Fuhrmann Dec 2020

Enhancing Dissemination Of Evidence-Based Models For Stem Phd Career Development; A Stakeholder Workshop Report, Ryan Bixenmann, Barbara J. Natalizio, Yasmeen Hussain, Cynthia N. Fuhrmann

pd|hub Publications

Sustainability of the scientific enterprise requires being able to recruit, retain, and prepare ongoing generations of PhD-trained scientists ready to adapt with the evolving needs of the scientific workforce and society. This necessitates a broadened, trainee-centered view in doctoral and postdoctoral training—including a prominent focus on career planning, science across sectors, and development of professional skills. Although there is energy and movement to enhance graduate and postdoctoral training, actions remain disparate, leading to inefficiencies in implementation and lack of systemic change. In 2019, an emerging national initiative, Professional Development Hub (pd|hub), hosted a workshop to bring organizations and ...


Containing The Spread Of Infectious Disease On College Campuses [Preprint], Mirai Shah, Gabrielle Ferra, Susan Fitzgerald, Paul J. Barreira, Pardis C. Sabeti, Andres Colubri Dec 2020

Containing The Spread Of Infectious Disease On College Campuses [Preprint], Mirai Shah, Gabrielle Ferra, Susan Fitzgerald, Paul J. Barreira, Pardis C. Sabeti, Andres Colubri

University of Massachusetts Medical School Faculty Publications

College campuses are highly vulnerable to infectious disease outbreaks, and there is a pressing need to develop better strategies to mitigate their size and duration, particularly as educational institutions around the world reopen to in-person instruction in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Towards addressing this need, we applied a stochastic compartmental model to quantify the impact of university-level responses to past mumps outbreaks in college campuses and used it to determine which control interventions are most effective. Mumps is a very relevant disease in such settings, given its airborne mode of transmission, high infectivity, and recurrence of outbreaks despite ...


Drawing Parallels In Art Science For Collaborative Learning: A Case Study, Karen Westland Dec 2020

Drawing Parallels In Art Science For Collaborative Learning: A Case Study, Karen Westland

The STEAM Journal

This research paper explores drawing as a tool to facilitate interdisciplinary practice. Outlined is the personal experience of PhD researcher [name removed] in their physics/craft research project, combined with thoughts and opinions from collaborators gathered through group discursive interviews. Interdisciplinary projects face interpersonal and conceptually ambiguous challenges which can be addressed through adopting drawing techniques for educational purposes. Findings highlight that drawing can assist across a breadth of applications as a learning tool for everyone, regardless of drawing ability, to improve the functionality of collaborative projects. Specifically, drawing combined with other communication techniques develops a performative communicative approach that ...


Supporting Mathematic Achievement For Students With Learning Disabilities Through Enhanced Anchored Instruction, Wendie Lappin Castillo Dec 2020

Supporting Mathematic Achievement For Students With Learning Disabilities Through Enhanced Anchored Instruction, Wendie Lappin Castillo

The STEAM Journal

Difficulties in mathematical learning are common and significant.The struggle has increased exponentially with the Common Core State Standards in effect. Students with or without learning or mathematical disabilities may respond to continued failure by withdrawing their effort, carrying low self-esteem, and/or displaying avoidance behaviors. Enhanced anchored instruction is designed to provide students the opportunity to construct knowledge and design solutions to problems collaboratively. The approach of enhanced anchored instruction attempts to guide students to become more active in learning through the use of technology. Enhanced anchored instruction provides students the opportunity to work through problems attached to a ...


Possible Adventures In Impossible Figures, Knarik Tunyan Dec 2020

Possible Adventures In Impossible Figures, Knarik Tunyan

The STEAM Journal

This interdisciplinary article aims to engage student into stepping outside traditional disciplinary boundaries by combining the arts, math, and programming. First, we explore a geometric pattern in the Penrose triangle. Then using the fundamental concepts of geometry, we find geometric relationship, calculate the vertices coordinates, and digitally reconstruct the Penrose triangle using coding. Students are encouraged to further explore this topic by finding another pattern, creating modifications of the Penrose triangle by changing measurements, or considering other impossible figures.


Visual Arts Enhance Instruction In Observation And Analysis Of Microscopic Forms In Developmental And Cell Biology, Max Ezin, Christina Noravian, Amira Mahomed, Adam Lyle, Aveleen Gill, Tamira Elul Dec 2020

Visual Arts Enhance Instruction In Observation And Analysis Of Microscopic Forms In Developmental And Cell Biology, Max Ezin, Christina Noravian, Amira Mahomed, Adam Lyle, Aveleen Gill, Tamira Elul

The STEAM Journal

Two important skills for scientists in developmental and cell biology, as well as in fields such as neurobiology, histology and pathology, are: 1) observation of features and details in microscopic images of cells, and 2) quantification of cellular features observed in microscopic images. However, current training in developmental and cell biology does not emphasize observation and quantitative analysis of microscopic images, and it is unclear how best to teach students these skills. Here, we describe our experiences applying visual artistic approaches to instruct undergraduate and graduate students in how to observe and analyze cellular forms in microscopic images. At Loyola ...


Music In Steam: Beyond Notes, Hao Huang Dec 2020

Music In Steam: Beyond Notes, Hao Huang

The STEAM Journal

Given current debates about STEAM, it would be well to remember that more than five centuries before STEM was conceived, the original Renaissance man, Leonardo da Vinci, wrote in one of his notebooks that "To develop a complete mind, study the science of art, study the art of science. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else." (Spong 2006) A discussion of the effectiveness of teaching music and its accompanying technology in conjunction with math and the science education follows. .Given the recent shift from in-classroom teaching to online instruction compelled by the Covid 19 pandemic, an ...


Picking Up Steam: The Role Of Languages And Linguistics, Keith Mason Dec 2020

Picking Up Steam: The Role Of Languages And Linguistics, Keith Mason

The STEAM Journal

Languages and linguistics are powerful skills that enhance STEAM curricula and careers. A variety of approaches and methods to language teaching and learning inform educators how to proceed with the enhancement of STEAM programs. Linguistics, the science of language, can help STEAM students, especially within the science and mathematics components, because of its reliance on hypothesis formulation for scientific inquiry and data collection and analysis. Language, an important aspect of the human experience, elevates or picks up the STEAM experience.


Campus Collaboration At The University Of San Diego For Student Veterans, Jennifer Castro Garcia Dec 2020

Campus Collaboration At The University Of San Diego For Student Veterans, Jennifer Castro Garcia

M.A. in Higher Education Leadership: Action Research Projects

The purpose of my research was to help provide better resources for student veterans during their experience in higher education at the University of San Diego (USD). My research question was: how can I collaborate with campus partners in creating a central hub for the Military and Veterans Program at the University of San Diego. This was important because as a student veteran there are multiple obstacles to overcome while learning how to be integrated back into civilian life. I looked specifically at student veterans as they have particular characteristics that may differ from other military-connected students on campus, such ...


Teaching “Plants Reproduction” Subject In The Bachelors Of Higner Education System, Khazratkul Kilichievich Karshibaev Dec 2020

Teaching “Plants Reproduction” Subject In The Bachelors Of Higner Education System, Khazratkul Kilichievich Karshibaev

Bulletin of Gulistan State University

Thisarticle is devoted to improving the system of teaching “Plants reproduction”subject related to social science on the basis of new pedagogical technologies. In the final work, the text of a lecture on the topic “Plantsreproduction”, presented in the scientific program, focused on people and based on modular educational technologies, and developed its didactic support. In the work, based on integrated design, a technological map of this topic has been developed, and a set of prepared cases and test questions on this topic is presented. During the lecture, a set of control questions was developed to clarify the level of ...


Morphological Peculiarities Of Interrogative Pronouns In English And Uzbek Languages, Dilfuza Turdikulovna Normamatova Dec 2020

Morphological Peculiarities Of Interrogative Pronouns In English And Uzbek Languages, Dilfuza Turdikulovna Normamatova

Bulletin of Gulistan State University

In this article it is defined the semantic forms of interrogative pronoun and the use of interrogative questions as part of the design of a communication. It is also followed the interrogative pronouns’ different activation and the accessing the connection of with other variants of syntaxes. It is clarified the functions of interrogatives which are “Who, What, Which” have variety of syntaxes denoting agentive, state, qualitative, relative and the function of object. Thereby, it is studied the positions and the scaling of agentive syntaxes in special and general questions. In the work it is enlightened that the most common prompt ...


Distribution Of Terrestrial Molluscs In Biotopes And Altitude Belts In The Zaamin Mountains, Abdulla Tozhiulovich Karimulov Dec 2020

Distribution Of Terrestrial Molluscs In Biotopes And Altitude Belts In The Zaamin Mountains, Abdulla Tozhiulovich Karimulov

Bulletin of Gulistan State University

The article is devoted to the altitudinal and biotopic distribution of terrestrial mollusсs of the Zaamin mountains. Faunistic analysis showed that 31 species of mollusсs belonging to 19 genera and 14 families live in this region. The high-altitude distribution of mollusсs was carried out according to the classification of K.Z.Zakirov, where such high-altitude zones as chul (plains), adyr (foothills), tau (mountains) and yaylau (high mountains) were identified. Analysis by altitude belts showed that in the chul belt there are 4 (12.9%), in the adyr belt 20 (64.5%), in the tau belt 30 (96.8%) and in ...


Study Of Natural Resources, Anatomical Structure And Chemical Composition Of Helichrysum Maracandicum Of Tashkent Region, Olimjon Kaxharovich Khojimatov, Dilovar Talibdjonovna Khamraeva, Alisher Nuralievich Khujanov, Asadbek Tajikulovich Sarabekov Dec 2020

Study Of Natural Resources, Anatomical Structure And Chemical Composition Of Helichrysum Maracandicum Of Tashkent Region, Olimjon Kaxharovich Khojimatov, Dilovar Talibdjonovna Khamraeva, Alisher Nuralievich Khujanov, Asadbek Tajikulovich Sarabekov

Bulletin of Gulistan State University

The article contains data on the morphological-anatomical structure of the leaf, stem and flower, the chemical composition of the inflorescence, as well as the reserves of a valuable medicinal plant - the Immortal of Samarkand. During the study, the places of distribution of this plant in the Tashkent region and its biological and operational reserves were determined. In addition, according to the results of the morphological and anatomical structure, places of localization of biologically active substances in the elements of the flower and inflorescence were established, as well as the chemical composition of the basket was studied. On the basis of ...


Obtaining And Propertics Polymermetalcomplex On The Base Carboxymethylcellulose And Selenium, Abdishukur Abduhalilovich Sarymsakov, Khaydar Ergashovich Yunusov, Foziljon Mamarayim O’G'Li Turakulov, Javlon Zafar O’G’Li Jalilov, Ziyovuddin Zayniddinovich Hakimov Dec 2020

Obtaining And Propertics Polymermetalcomplex On The Base Carboxymethylcellulose And Selenium, Abdishukur Abduhalilovich Sarymsakov, Khaydar Ergashovich Yunusov, Foziljon Mamarayim O’G'Li Turakulov, Javlon Zafar O’G’Li Jalilov, Ziyovuddin Zayniddinovich Hakimov

Bulletin of Gulistan State University

In this study, technical sodium carboxymethylcellulose (Na-CMC) with degree of substitution (DS) = 0.62-0.90 and a degree of polymerization (DP) = 200-600 were washed in 70% ethyl alcohol and a 2% fraction of purified Na-CMC was centrifugation at a speed of 6000 rpm for 20 minutes. A 0.1 M solution of SeO2 was added to the centrifuged Na-CMC solution at 60 ⁰C and mixed mechanically. Samples of gels, films and powders containing a solution of Na-CMC containing stabilized selenium nanoparticles synthesized by chemical reduction were taken and their physicochemical properties were studied. The size and shape of selenium nanoparticles ...


Power In Justice, Mustafo Muhammedovich Bayeshanov Dec 2020

Power In Justice, Mustafo Muhammedovich Bayeshanov

Bulletin of Gulistan State University

The article analyzes the novel by M. Gorky "Mother and Temur" from the cycle "Tales of Italy". For Gorky, the real heroes were those who "create life in spite of death, who conquer death." A fairy tale in which the image of the mother is created, sometimes growing to the personification of the Motherland, acquires a deep philosophical meaning. Gorky begins the ninth tale with words full of deep meaning: “Let us glorify a woman - Mother, an inexhaustible source of all-conquering life! M. Gorky created not only his own unique artistic world, but also his own aesthetics of beauty, where ...