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Emailed Prompt Package To Increase Alternative School Educators’ Use Of Behavior Specific Praise, Chelsea Johnson 2024 The University of Southern Mississippi

Emailed Prompt Package To Increase Alternative School Educators’ Use Of Behavior Specific Praise, Chelsea Johnson

Dissertations

Alternative school educators are often placed in alternative education settings with minimal training or support to manage disruptive behaviors in the classroom. To combat this, school-based consultation may be provided to assist alternative school educators with classroom management strategies. However, face-to-face consultation may be limited due to the numerous responsibilities placed on school-based consultants. Behavior specific praise (BSP) is a strategy that is recommended, but often provided at low rates. To address these barriers, previous literature has examined the use of emailed prompts to increase treatment integrity, feasibility, and acceptability of a variety of evidence-based interventions. A concurrent multiple baseline …


Comparing Online And Traditional Assessment Practices In Middle School Mathematics, Maxwell Krueger, Kathy Enger 2024 Minnesota State University Moorhead

Comparing Online And Traditional Assessment Practices In Middle School Mathematics, Maxwell Krueger, Kathy Enger

Dissertations, Theses, and Projects

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers across the world have been forced to explore different modalities of assessment, many of them virtual. Now that many of the most restricting policies for schools due to pandemic have been lifted, the use of these virtual assessments remain. Due to the recent nature of their use though means that not many studies have looked into the implications of these assessments on students let alone middle school students. This study aims to help fill in some of the gaps in this research. In this study, students will take one of two assessments …


Building And Using A Hydrology Experiment For Place-Based Learning With Native American Students, Michaela Shallue 2024 Utah State University

Building And Using A Hydrology Experiment For Place-Based Learning With Native American Students, Michaela Shallue

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Fall 2023 to Present

Geoscience has a known diversity problem, specifically a participation gap of ethnic minority representation, and it is especially severe regarding Native American representation. To address this participation gap, an identity gap needs to be addressed first. Native students need to visualize themselves as geoscientists before they can commit to geoscience programs and careers. This project uses a hands-on, place-based learning activity as an opportunity for Native students to better see themselves as geoscientists.

A portable rainfall simulator was constructed, calibrated, and refined for use in teaching concepts about rainfall, runoff, and erosion. It was employed in place-based learning exercises with …


Determining Students’ Personality Traits According To Parental Perspectives: A Scale Development Study, Cengiz Aglar, Tuncay Dilci 2024 Sivas Cumhuriyet University

Determining Students’ Personality Traits According To Parental Perspectives: A Scale Development Study, Cengiz Aglar, Tuncay Dilci

Journal of Global Education and Research

The educational community recognizes individual differences, but it is important to fully address them in educational settings. While there are existing studies on personality traits, none focus on the personality traits of students aged 6-18. This study aims to fill this gap, as personality traits significantly influence personal, academic, and professional life. Understanding student personalities allows for the development of more effective educational programs, facilitating their full potential. The study included parents of 2,229 students from a population of 16,505,271 aged 6-18 in Turkiye. Through exploratory factor analysis (EFA), a reliable 61-item 5-point Likert scale (α = .942) was …


A Pilot Study On Implementing An Interprofessional Education Model For Developing Rehabilitative Science Student Core Competencies, Maureen Ellen Johnson, Norman Cadiz Belleza, Mohan Ganesan 2024 University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, San Marcos, California campus

A Pilot Study On Implementing An Interprofessional Education Model For Developing Rehabilitative Science Student Core Competencies, Maureen Ellen Johnson, Norman Cadiz Belleza, Mohan Ganesan

Journal of Innovation in Health Sciences Education

Introduction: Inclusion of interprofessional education (IPE) in academia is required by education accreditation agencies for occupational therapy (OT) and physical therapy (PT) in the United States. Limited information is available on models of IPE to guide faculty. The purpose of this pilot study was to determine the feasibility of implementing a recently designed IPE model with OT and PT graduate students. This IPE model aligned Interprofessional Education Collaborative core competency domains with novel learning activities, such as an escape room, simulated medical chart, and two simulations.

Methods: Data were retrieved from 52 auto-enrolled students (n=14 OT) and (n=38 PT) …


The Effectiveness Of Qr Code Technology In Developing Digital Game Programming Skills In The Programming Curriculum And Motivation Towards Digital Transformation Among Fifth Grade Students, Rania A. Abed El monaem, Hanaa Aljarousha 2024 Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, Al-Aqsa University, Gaza, Palestine

The Effectiveness Of Qr Code Technology In Developing Digital Game Programming Skills In The Programming Curriculum And Motivation Towards Digital Transformation Among Fifth Grade Students, Rania A. Abed El Monaem, Hanaa Aljarousha

An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities)

The study aimed to identify the effectiveness of using QR code technology in developing digital game programming skills in the programming topic for the fifth grade as well as to identify their motivation towards digital transformation. To achieve this aim, the researchers used the quasi-experimental approach. The study sample consisted of (30) fifth grade students from Bahrain Primary School for the scholastic year 2021/2020, and the study sample was treated as one experimental group that learned by using the QR code technology. To achieve the study objectives a cognitive test to measure digital game programming skills and a motivation scale …


Improving Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Education In Undergraduate Nursing Programs, Robin E. Roberts 2024 Abilene Christian University

Improving Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Education In Undergraduate Nursing Programs, Robin E. Roberts

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Ongoing competency validation of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills is not a routine practice in nursing school. Basic Life Support training and certification is obtained before or during nursing school with little opportunity for practice. Poor quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills can affect the confidence level of the performer and the patient outcome. The aim of this study was to explore the effect of training nursing faculty on the adoption of cardiopulmonary resuscitation technology into nursing school curriculum to provide improved cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills to nursing students. Using a pretest-posttest, this study followed the Kirkpatrick model of evaluation of continuing education, which …


Supporting Elementary Teachers With Technology Integration Within The Mathematics Curriculum, Trace Lynn Hart 2024 Walden University

Supporting Elementary Teachers With Technology Integration Within The Mathematics Curriculum, Trace Lynn Hart

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

No abstract provided.


Designing A Proposed Educational Program Based On Geographical Cloud Computing And Measuring Its Effectiveness In Developing Research And Analysis Skills For Remote Sensing Big Data For Spatial Phenomena Among Humanities Track Students At The Secondary Stage In Makkah, Abdulaziz S. Alsaeedi, Fahad A. Alomairi Prof. 2024 Umm Al-Qura University

Designing A Proposed Educational Program Based On Geographical Cloud Computing And Measuring Its Effectiveness In Developing Research And Analysis Skills For Remote Sensing Big Data For Spatial Phenomena Among Humanities Track Students At The Secondary Stage In Makkah, Abdulaziz S. Alsaeedi, Fahad A. Alomairi Prof.

International Journal for Research in Education

The study aims at designing a proposed educational program based on geographic cloud computing and measuring its effectiveness in developing research and analysis skills for remote sensing big data for spatial phenomena among humanities track students at the secondary stage in Makkah. To achieve this; An available random sample of (29) students was selected from the study population. The study followed the quasi-experimental approach with a one-group design and used the observation card, and the attitude test to collect data. Results showed; There are statistically significant differences at the level (α≤ 0.05) between the mean scores of the study group …


Digitizing Delphi: Educating Audiences Through Virtual Reconstruction, Kate Koury 2024 Purdue University

Digitizing Delphi: Educating Audiences Through Virtual Reconstruction, Kate Koury

The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research

Implementing a 3D model into a virtual space allows the general public to engage critically with archaeological processes. There are many unseen decisions that go into reconstructing an ancient temple. Analysis of available materials and techniques, predictions of how objects were used, decisions of what sources to reference, puzzle piecing broken remains together, and even educated guesses used to fill gaps in information often go unobserved by the public. This work will educate users about those choices by allowing the side-by-side comparison of conflicting theories on the reconstruction of the Tholos at Delphi, which is an ideal site because of …


Middle School Teachers’ Perceptions Of Using Google Classroom With Integrated Apps, Erica Lashell Crawford 2024 Walden University

Middle School Teachers’ Perceptions Of Using Google Classroom With Integrated Apps, Erica Lashell Crawford

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

No abstract provided.


Transformative Visions Of Qualitative Inquiry: Performative, Philosophical, And Artistic Transformations, Niroj Dahal 2024 Kathmandu University School of Education, Nepal

Transformative Visions Of Qualitative Inquiry: Performative, Philosophical, And Artistic Transformations, Niroj Dahal

The Qualitative Report

I am writing this review, Transformative Visions for Qualitative Inquiry, considering performative, philosophical, and artistic transformations as an essential reading for faculty and students—novice and veteran. It inspires readers, writers, and novice and veteran researchers in various social sciences disciplines and educational landscapes to envision innovative approaches to healing from crises like the COVID-19 pandemic and/or earthquakes. These processes encourage resisting, recovering, connecting, finding joy, and embracing life. Likewise, Transformative Visions for Qualitative Inquiry centers on the concept of transformation and its potential for the future of qualitative research amidst a world grappling with the multifaceted implications of COVID-19, …


Teachers’ Perceptions On The Use Of Behavior Management Software Programs To Encourage Positive Student Behavior, Carla Christine White 2024 Walden University

Teachers’ Perceptions On The Use Of Behavior Management Software Programs To Encourage Positive Student Behavior, Carla Christine White

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

No abstract provided.


The Use Of Virtual Reality For Student Training On Bias And Microaggressions, Razan Hamed, Elizabeth Gdanski, Jooeun Kim, Julianne Le, Amy Lopez, Azmina Panjwani, Allyson Tong, Gloriana Wilson 2024 Columbia University

The Use Of Virtual Reality For Student Training On Bias And Microaggressions, Razan Hamed, Elizabeth Gdanski, Jooeun Kim, Julianne Le, Amy Lopez, Azmina Panjwani, Allyson Tong, Gloriana Wilson

Journal of Occupational Therapy Education

Virtual reality (VR) is an immersive innovative technology that can be used with occupational therapy students for bias training in preparation for fieldwork and clinical practice. The purpose of this study was to explore the use of VR as a complementary educational tool in bias and microaggressions (MA) training for entry-level occupational therapy students. We conducted a secondary analysis of data collected in an 8-week course on diversity, equity, inclusion, and professional skills with a total of 48 first-year entry-level occupational therapy students. We used eight simulated VR cases for all students. Data was collected using a mixed-method survey to …


Art Teams: Teaching With Arts And Emerging Media Infographic, Elizabeth Valerio-Boster, Guy Trainin 2024 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Art Teams: Teaching With Arts And Emerging Media Infographic, Elizabeth Valerio-Boster, Guy Trainin

Research and Evaluation in Education, Technology, Art, and Design

Infographic from Art TEAMS at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln about teaching with arts and emerging media.


Evaluating The Effectiveness Of Game-Based Virtual Reality In Satellite Ground Control Operations Education And Training, Lana Laskey, Joseph R. Keebler, Paul M. Cairns, Geovanny Lopez 2024 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Evaluating The Effectiveness Of Game-Based Virtual Reality In Satellite Ground Control Operations Education And Training, Lana Laskey, Joseph R. Keebler, Paul M. Cairns, Geovanny Lopez

International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace

There is increased global demand for satellite amenities such as navigation, communications, weather reporting, disaster management, agricultural operations, or humanitarian assistance. The growing demand for satellite technology amplifies the need for highly trained satellite operators. Traditional simulation training methods typically utilize two-dimensional computer displays. However, training approaches involving game-based instruction and immersive virtual reality have shown benefits when integrated with complex disciplines and may provide an advanced training alternative for satellite operators. Game-based instruction enhances user motivation and cognitive engagement, while immersive virtual reality promotes user presence and prolonged cognitive engagement. The combination of these two training methods, noted as …


The Art And Science Of Promptgramming, Sai Gattupalli 2024 University of Massachusetts Amherst

The Art And Science Of Promptgramming, Sai Gattupalli

College of Education Working Papers and Reports Series

In this paper, I explore the emerging field of Promptgramming, a technique essential for harnessing the potential of generative AI. Promptgramming involves crafting strategic prompts to guide AI systems, a skill that becomes increasingly crucial as AI tools become more integrated into our daily technological landscape, particularly in education. I discuss the core principles and best practices of Promptgramming, emphasizing its importance in creating personalized and engaging educational content. Additionally, I address the ethical considerations and challenges that arise with the integration of AI in education, such as academic integrity, bias, privacy, and misinformation. Looking towards the future, I highlight …


On Human-Centered Ai In Education, Sai Gattupalli, Robert W. Maloy 2024 University of Massachusetts Amherst

On Human-Centered Ai In Education, Sai Gattupalli, Robert W. Maloy

College of Education Working Papers and Reports Series

As AI advances, human-centered principles are key to harnessing its benefits ethically. We explore scaling human-centered AI to enrich education. Thoughtfully implemented, AI could enable personalized, equitable learning and amplify teachers’ strengths, and also facilitate more intuitive human-AI collaboration. However, benefits require mitigating risks around privacy, bias, transparency, and social-emotional impacts. Multidisciplinary teams should research embedding ethics into systems. Policymakers need to develop guardrails for privacy, fairness and accountability. Schools should pilot applications cautiously and demand explainable AI. Diverse voices must guide tool development to enhance autonomy and inclusion. With care, human-centered AI may propel an educational renaissance that uplifts …


Validación De Una Escala Para Medir La Adaptación De Docentes Universitarios Peruanos A Los Medios Académicos Virtuales, Maria-Elizabeth Minaya-Herrera, Angel Becerra-Santacruz, Lucy Puño-Quispe 2024 Universidad Peruana Unión

Validación De Una Escala Para Medir La Adaptación De Docentes Universitarios Peruanos A Los Medios Académicos Virtuales, Maria-Elizabeth Minaya-Herrera, Angel Becerra-Santacruz, Lucy Puño-Quispe

Revista Española de Pedagogía

Los docentes universitarios han tenido que adaptarse a los cambios que demanda la educación virtual. El objetivo de este estudio es adaptar y validar la escala de adaptación a los medios académicos virtuales en docentes universitarios peruanos. Los participantes fueron 252 docentes universitarios seleccionados con base en un muestreo no probabilístico intencional. El instrumento objeto de adaptación fue el cuestionario de adaptabilidad a la vida universitaria de Rodriguez-Ayan y Sotelo (2014), el cual consta de once ítems distribuidos en tres dimensiones. La validez de contenido se estudió por medio del juicio de doce expertos. Se realizó un análisis factorial exploratorio …


Indicadores De Eficacia De La Prevención De La Adicción A Las Tic: Clickeando, Estudio De Caso, Amparo Luján-Barrera, Lydia Cervera-Ortiz, Mariano Chóliz- Montañés 2024 Universidad de Valencia

Indicadores De Eficacia De La Prevención De La Adicción A Las Tic: Clickeando, Estudio De Caso, Amparo Luján-Barrera, Lydia Cervera-Ortiz, Mariano Chóliz- Montañés

Revista Española de Pedagogía

No existen muchos programas de prevención de adicción a las TIC y menos todavía validados científicamente. Prevenir la adicción a las TIC es clave en las políticas gubernamentales de salud mental de los adolescentes. Clickeando es un programa escolar de prevención universal de la adicción a las TIC para adolescentes. Lleva realizándose catorce años y ha sido diseñado con base en los índices de calidad destacados para esta clase de programas. Desde 2020, Clickeando evalúa a sus participantes con el fin de vincular los esfuerzos de organismos y agentes preventivos, lo que ha permitido valorar los efectos del programa en …


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