Response To Intervention 2 Easycbm And Aimsweb Intervention Programs How They Relate To Student Growth, 2021 East Tennessee State University
Response To Intervention 2 Easycbm And Aimsweb Intervention Programs How They Relate To Student Growth, George T. Hopson
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This researcher aimed to determine how data collected from computer-based assessment programs, specifically EasyCBM and AIMSweb, was used in data-driven instruction and used to identify risk levels in math and reading areas proficiency. Data from intervention programs were collected from six participating high schools. The data collection included math and reading universal screening scores and levels of risk indicators from Tier 2 and Tier 3 levels of their response to intervention (RTI) programs. Section A included math data within a baseline score and a risk indicator level. Section B had reading scores with a baseline score and a risk indicator ...
Retention Rates And Pre-Matriculation Variables Of First-Time, Full-Time Students At Three, Small, Private, Liberal Arts Universities In Georgia, 2021 East Tennessee State University
Retention Rates And Pre-Matriculation Variables Of First-Time, Full-Time Students At Three, Small, Private, Liberal Arts Universities In Georgia, Bonnie Taylor
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
The purpose of this non-experimental, correlational, quantitative study was to provide an
in-depth understanding of the relationship between pre-matriculation variables on retention of first-year, full-time students from fall-to-fall semesters at three small, private, liberal arts institutions in the Southeast United States. The findings will help to determine the significance of the relationships between retention and pre-matriculation variables on first-year, full-time students who entered each institutions the fall 2017 and fall 2018 semesters.
Archival data at the participating institutions were used to test the significance of the relationships between retention rates and pre-matriculation variables (standardized test scores, high school GPAs, gender ...
Deconstructing The Anomaly Of India’S Higher Education Ranking Framework: A Case Of Misdirected Selection Of Evaluation Parameters, Praveen B. Malla Dr.
Essays in Education
Indian higher educational institutions (HEIs) are not making it to the top of the global ranking tables, except for a few. The Indian government has taken cognizance of this failure and launched a domestic ranking framework to foster competition and consequently improve quality of education. Interestingly, the framework is riddled with issues of misdirected metric selection. Given the complexity and vastness of the Indian higher education ecosystem this one-size-fits-all framework is not appropriate.
Public universities are predominantly policy driven and have a charter that is not in line with the mandate of the private and deemed universities. Likewise, institutions of ...
The Elementary And Secondary Education Act (Esea) And Its Reauthorization As The Improving America’S Schools Act (Iasa) With Its Impact On Funding, Education Policy, And Supporting The Change For Improvement Of Student Achievement, 2021 Portland State University
The Elementary And Secondary Education Act (Esea) And Its Reauthorization As The Improving America’S Schools Act (Iasa) With Its Impact On Funding, Education Policy, And Supporting The Change For Improvement Of Student Achievement, Kaylee Latocha
University Honors Theses
A comparison of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965 and the Improving America’s Schools Act (IASA) of 1994 within the time period they were written in, and contextualizing them historically to discuss their failures and successes.. This thesis will examine how they were shaped on a national level by politicians and political activists to create a more equitable system so that funding was beneficial to all students. Education policy formed itself to funding and student achievement as achievement was what determined funding.
Demographics, Activities, And Environmental Factors Impact Burnout In A National Survey Of Emergency Medicine Residents, Nicole Battaglioli, Tim P. Moran, Simiao Li-Sauerwine
Journal of Wellness
Introduction: Burnout in emergency medicine and in residency training has been well-described. The impact of demographic, individual, and programmatic factors on burnout have not previously been determined in a national survey of emergency medicine residents. This study aimed to identify personal and environmental factors impacting resident burnout in a national sample of emergency medicine residents.
Methods: A prospective Emergency Medicine Resident Wellness Survey was administered in 2017. We surveyed Respondents on demographic, personal, and environmental factors; each Respondent also completed the Maslach Burnout Inventory - Human Services Survey. Linear regressions were used to identify variables associated with the Maslach Burnout Inventory ...
Diversity In Community College Registered Nursing Education, 2021 University of Washington Tacoma
Diversity In Community College Registered Nursing Education, Sergio Hernández Del Cid
Ed.D. Dissertations in Practice
The United States is currently facing a shortage of trained professionals in many fields such as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Nursing (Allen-Ramdial & Campbell, 2014; Georgetown University, 2020). As a result, current U.S. nursing student demographics do not mirror the populations they serve (Gooden, Porter, Gonzalez, & Mims, 2001). Research has shown the positive impact a diverse nursing staff has on patient care (Gooden, Porter, Gonzalez, & Mims, 2001). Representative care and cultural awareness translate to better patient outcomes especially for patients from marginalized and underrepresented communities (Woods-Giscombe, Rowsey, Kneipp, Lackey, & Bravo, 2019). Community colleges play a critical role in the supply of registered nurses within the U.S. (Bissett, 1995). For colleges to better address this shortcoming and have a positive effect on patient outcomes, colleges must evaluate current pathway and persistence practices. Additionally, a greater effort must be made to reevaluate application requirements and admissions processes to counter any failings in the current colonial higher education methodologies (Espinosa, 2011; Patel, 2016). The literature indicates two major bottlenecks in diversifying nursing students. First, nursing in the U.S. has historically been perceived as female-dominated profession, and the second bottleneck is the entry requirements and gap in outreach to marginalized and underrepresented (MUR) communities (Aynaci & Gulmez, 2019; Oyana, et al., 2015; Pacquiao, D. (2007). Potential students are often not ...
Eight Issues To Consider When Developing Animated Videos For The Assessment Of Complex Constructs, 2021 Educational Research Centre, Ireland
Eight Issues To Consider When Developing Animated Videos For The Assessment Of Complex Constructs, Anastasios Karakolidis, Darina Scully, Michael O'Leary
Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation
As part of the growing interest in the measurement of complex constructs in recent years, a body of research examining the extent to which videos are a useful alternative to written text in tests and assessments has emerged. Early attempts to replace written text with videos featured actors, but lately, animated videos have become more popular. However, the few studies that have examined the use of videos (animated or acted) in assessment have focused purely on reporting the results of these endeavors, with little to no information provided about the process of transforming a test from text to video format ...
Infographic: Student Enjoyment Of Reading, 2021 Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Infographic: Student Enjoyment Of Reading, Dominique Russell
The most recent Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) survey measured the attitudes held by 15-year-olds on reading. An Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) Snapshot report has analysed these attitudes, and looked at how they differ between girls and boys, Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, and most disadvantaged and least disadvantaged students.
A Substance Misuse Prevention Program To Youth In Rural Utah, 2021 Utah State University
A Substance Misuse Prevention Program To Youth In Rural Utah, Stacey Macarthur, Timothy Keady, Paige Wray, Christine Jensen, Mary Sorenson, Claire Warnick, Lendel Narine
Outcomes and Impact Quarterly
A major issue in rural counties is substance misuse. USU Extension implemented a substance prevention program with youth in rural counties. The program included family- and school-based education activities to promote youth resilience and development. Evaluation results showed youth exhibited strong anti-drug attitudes after the program.
The Rural Online Initiative: Short-Term Outcomes Of Usu Extension Master Remote Work Leader Course, 2021 Utah State University
The Rural Online Initiative: Short-Term Outcomes Of Usu Extension Master Remote Work Leader Course, Amanda D. Ali, Paul Hill
Outcomes and Impact Quarterly
Many people migrate out of rural communities in Utah in search of job opportunities. Meanwhile, businesses in urban areas struggle to find workers. The Master Remote Work Leader (MRWL) certificate course was developed to provide specialized training for Utah’s organizational leaders in managing hybrid-remote and fully distributed employees.
Usu Extension’S Focus On Stress And Mental Health In Rural Agriculture, 2021 Utah State University
Usu Extension’S Focus On Stress And Mental Health In Rural Agriculture, Tasha Howard, Paige Wray, Jacob Hadfield, Joshua Dallin, Callahan K. Ward
Outcomes and Impact Quarterly
Many agriculture producers are seeking help to combat stress, mental illness, and suicide. Although some resources exist, there is a gap in resources specific to mental health in rural farm and ranch life. In response, Utah State University (USU) Extension developed a mental health education course to address stressors within agriculture.
A Hybrid Peer Support Training Model For Mental Health And Substance Use Disorder Treatment, 2021 Utah State University
A Hybrid Peer Support Training Model For Mental Health And Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Maren Wright Voss, Amy Campbell, Amelia Van Komen
Outcomes and Impact Quarterly
Utah State University (USU) Extension created a hybrid educational program to address barriers to participation of the Certified Peer Support Specialist (CPSS) trainings before and during COVID 19. This article provides an overview of the CPSS pilot program and discusses early program outcomes.
Evaluating Parent Comprehension Of Measurement Error Information Presented In Score Reports, 2021 Educational Testing Service
Evaluating Parent Comprehension Of Measurement Error Information Presented In Score Reports, Priya Kannan, Diego Zapata-Rivera, Andrew D. Bryant
Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation
Individual-student score reports sometimes include information about precision of scores (i.e., measurement error). In this study, we specifically investigated if parents understand this information when presented. We conducted an online experimental study where 196 parents of middle school children, from various parts of the country, were randomly assigned to three conditions with different amounts of measurement error information. Parents in all conditions answered a series of comprehension questions about a student’s performance on a hypothetical test. Results indicate that when information about error was presented, parents showed a significantly better understanding of score variability. Moreover, when asked about ...
Assessing The Value Of Video Resources In Extension-Led Natural Resources Management Continuing Education Programs, 2021 University of Minnesota
Assessing The Value Of Video Resources In Extension-Led Natural Resources Management Continuing Education Programs, Eli S. Sagor, Marcella A. Windmuller-Campione, Madison G. Rodman
Journal of Extension
Effective delivery of continuing education programs can improve their impact. Using the first of four two-week modules of a professional short course, we tested outcomes of a flipped classroom approach, comparing professional foresters’ completion rates, preference for, and perceived value of pre-module content delivered via video and reading. Participants in the National Advanced Silviculture Program self-reported significantly higher pre-module completion rates, preference for, and perceived value of video over reading. This simple study suggests the potential for video to serve as an accessible and preferred format for delivery of key content to supplement an in-person continuing education program.
Global Research On Andragogy: A Bibliometric Analysis, 2021 Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Global Research On Andragogy: A Bibliometric Analysis, Shakil Ahmad, Saghir Mehar, Nadeem Siddique, Muhammad Ajmal Khan
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
This study presents an overview of the published research in the field of andragogy using bibliometric methods. Scopus database produced a list of 698 manuscripts that were cited 2383 times with an average of 3.41 citations per publication. More than 89% of Scopus-based research on andragogy was published in the English language while 61% of this research was published in form of journal articles. Proceeding papers followed the journal articles in preferred types of publication that researchers opted to published their research in. The University of Ottawa was the most active institution publishing the highest number of publications followed ...
Infographic: Foundational Literacy And Numeracy Skills, 2021 Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Infographic: Foundational Literacy And Numeracy Skills, Jo Earp
In the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) 2019, Year 4 principals were asked to report how many students in their school could do foundational literacy and numeracy skills such as ‘write their names’ and ‘recognise written numbers from 1 to 10’ when they began their first year of primary school. Find out how Australian data compare to the international average in this infographic.
Remote Education Responses To Covid-19 In The Indo-Pacific Region. Document Review, 2021 Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER)
Remote Education Responses To Covid-19 In The Indo-Pacific Region. Document Review, Anna Dabrowski, Yung Nietschke
International Education Research
Many countries have shifted to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, much of the existing research focuses on fully online learning in high income contexts, with very few studies considering the mechanisms that support remote learning in low- and middle-income countries. A document review of the grey literature provides some insights into the ways that countries outside the OECD are ensuring continuity in the supply of education services. Online education, International education, Teaching effectiveness, Organisational effectivenessThe review reveals a diversity of mechanisms have been used to provide educational access. In some contexts, existing online content has been provided free ...
Synergies In Scholarship At The Research Teaching Nexus At Tu Dublin: Building Research Synergies Into Teaching Activity Workshop, 2021 Technological University Dublin
Synergies In Scholarship At The Research Teaching Nexus At Tu Dublin: Building Research Synergies Into Teaching Activity Workshop, Deirdre Mcquillan
Objective of workshop is to provide and recognise possibilities for research synergies for individuals attending and to help participants develop more research supportive personal teaching philosophies. The workshop is evidence based and drawn from a survey of academics at TU Dublin in early 2021 on research synergies at the research teaching nexus.
Covid-19 And Education Disruption In Ontario: Emerging Evidence On Impacts, 2021 Wilfrid Laurier University
Covid-19 And Education Disruption In Ontario: Emerging Evidence On Impacts, Kelly Gallagher-Mackay, Prachi Srivastava, Kathryn Underwood, Elizabeth Dhuey, Lance Mccready, Karen Born, Antonina Maltsev, Anna Perkhun, Robert Steiner, Kali Barrett, Beate Sander
Law and Society Faculty Publications
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to significant education disruption in Ontario. This has included mass and localized school closures, multiple models of educational provision and gaps in support for students with disabilities. The unequal distribution of school closures and pandemic- associated hardships, particularly affecting low-income families in which racialized and Indigenous groups, newcomers and people with disabilities are overrepresented, appear to be deepening and accelerating inequities in education outcomes, wherever data have been collected. Further, there are health risks associated with closures including significant physical, mental health and safety harms for students and children. Modelling suggests long-term impacts on students ...
Cct Professional Development Bulletin June 2021, 2021 CCT College Dublin
Cct Professional Development Bulletin June 2021, Marie O'Neill
Teaching and Learning Bulletins
A summary of professional development opportunities for CCT College Dublin staff, June 2021.