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A Qualitative Study On Nurse Facilitators Of Mind-Body Skills Groups, Paula D. Blake-Beckford 2022 Lesley University

A Qualitative Study On Nurse Facilitators Of Mind-Body Skills Groups, Paula D. Blake-Beckford

Mindfulness Studies Theses

The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM), founded by Dr. James Gordon, provides communities with evidence-based Mind-Body Skills Groups (MBSGs) that foster self-care, self-awareness, and self-expression. MBSGs range from 8 to 12-week series on various mind-body practices wherein group members meet, practice, and reflect on the impact of mind-body skills in their lives. Research has demonstrated that participants in MBSGs have positive outcomes. Healthcare professionals (HCPs), especially nurses, gain resiliency from MBSGs. As facilitators of MBSGs, nurses develop essential skills transferable to clinical and educational settings. MBSGs are therapeutic for adult participants with chronic stress. Prior to this thesis, only one ...


“I Want Them To See Me As A Complete Person”: Sustaining People Of Color In Predominantly White Institutions Through Counter-Hegemony, Jessica Albavera 2022 University of San Francisco

“I Want Them To See Me As A Complete Person”: Sustaining People Of Color In Predominantly White Institutions Through Counter-Hegemony, Jessica Albavera

Master's Projects and Capstones

Education in the United States is inequitable. Independent schools in particular add to this inequity because of limited access and affordability. This creates a situation in which educators who are fighting for more diversity, equity, and inclusion have to reconcile working in an institution that is part of an inequitable system. This research-based field project, through the method of focus groups, sought to examine the ways in which educators in an independent school in San Francisco are utilizing counter-hegemonic strategies in their classrooms to support the diverse and intersecting identities of their students. The focus group also provided a space ...


Radical Belonging: School As Communion Of Peoples, Place, And Power, Joey Yung-Jun Liu 2022 Chapman University

Radical Belonging: School As Communion Of Peoples, Place, And Power, Joey Yung-Jun Liu

Education (PhD) Dissertations

In wondering “How are decolonizing, place/land-based, and community-grown learning places created and sustained as alternatives to dominant settler-colonial systems, and what stories would they share about their creation and existence?”, I formed relationships with two alternative, autonomous, decolonizing schools through a teacher-guide at each school who served as guides for me to enter their spaces with invitation. In developing these relationships over 2-3 years and spending 2-3 weeks alongside each of them at their school sites, I was able to sustain natural and deep conversation with my teacher-guides, who then served as co-storyers of this research to collectively ...


Interview With Marylou Rocha, Sabrina Flores 2022 University of Texas at El Paso

Interview With Marylou Rocha, Sabrina Flores

WS3380 Interviews

This is an interview with MaryLou Rocha, the education coordinator at El Paso's Holocaust Museum. This interview was done through zoom and written down for further expression about her activism.


"Ana Yahanu Faqat": A Phenomenological Study On The Performance Character And Life Success, Saiful Amien, Punaji Setyosari, Nurul Murtadho, Sulton Sulton 2022 Universitas Negeri Malang; Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang

"Ana Yahanu Faqat": A Phenomenological Study On The Performance Character And Life Success, Saiful Amien, Punaji Setyosari, Nurul Murtadho, Sulton Sulton

The Qualitative Report

Everyone can achieve life success if they can fulfil the prerequisites. There is no dominant factor that determines success, but the strength of character can be an essential asset that is not in doubt. This study aims to explore the Yahanu character strengths in the phenomenon of achieving life success of three santri, graduates of the same pesantren (Islamic boarding school) in Indonesia. We design this research with a phenomenological approach. We collected the data through in-depth interviews, then transcribed it verbatim into a solid description, and analyzed it through descriptive-psychological phenomenological analysis procedures. The findings show that: (1) Yahanu ...


Métodos Aplicados En La Práctica: La Teoría Fundamentada En La Investigación Sobre La Formación En Medios Audiovisuales, Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson 2022 Minnesota State University Moorhead

Métodos Aplicados En La Práctica: La Teoría Fundamentada En La Investigación Sobre La Formación En Medios Audiovisuales, Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson

The Interactive Journal of Global Leadership and Learning

La teoría fundamentada como metodología de investigación cualitativa es un método importante, especialmente para los investigadores que pretenden explorar procesos complejos a través de las perspectivas y experiencias de otros. Se trata de un método de mucha utilidad para los investigadores que buscan profundizar en un campo de estudio en el que la literatura es escasa y existen pocas teorías. Sin embargo, la teoría fundamentada es un método de investigación que a menudo se pasa por alto, quizás debido a su inherente complejidad. El propósito de este artículo es desmitificar la práctica de la teoría fundamentada guiando al lector a ...


Los Efectos Del Aprendizaje-Servicio En El Desarrollo Moral De Los Estudiantes Universitarios, Mike Coquyt 2022 Minnesota State University Moorhead

Los Efectos Del Aprendizaje-Servicio En El Desarrollo Moral De Los Estudiantes Universitarios, Mike Coquyt

The Interactive Journal of Global Leadership and Learning

En los últimos años, varios informes nacionales sobre la educación superior han demandado a los institutos superiores y universidades prestar más atención en la enseñanza de la educación moral y democrática de los estudiantes universitarios. Estos informes sugieren ofrecer un interés renovado en los objetivos académicos que van más allá del beneficio personal, manteniendo el énfasis en abordar la dimensión moral de la educación superior que ha existido durante siglos. Los cursos que tienen un elemento de aprendizaje-servicio pueden ser poderosos instrumentos para la transformación moral. Basado en la Teoría del Desarrollo Moral de Kohlberg, este estudio de casos cuasi-experimental ...


Book Review: Anti-Racism And Universal Design For Learning: Building Expressways To Success., Donna Fortune, Kenya Motley, Mason Engelhardt, Carey Stewart, Kia Powers 2022 Virginia Tech

Book Review: Anti-Racism And Universal Design For Learning: Building Expressways To Success., Donna Fortune, Kenya Motley, Mason Engelhardt, Carey Stewart, Kia Powers

Virginia English Journal

No abstract provided.


Walking The Talk: Toward A Values-Aligned Academy, Nicky Agate, Christopher P. Long, Bonnie Russell, Rebecca Kennison, Penelope Weber, Simone Sacchi, Jason Rhody, Bonnie Thornton-Dill 2022 University of Pennsylvania Libraries

Walking The Talk: Toward A Values-Aligned Academy, Nicky Agate, Christopher P. Long, Bonnie Russell, Rebecca Kennison, Penelope Weber, Simone Sacchi, Jason Rhody, Bonnie Thornton-Dill

Scholarship at Penn Libraries

Walking the Talk: Toward a Values-Aligned Academy is the culmination of 18 months of research interviews across the Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA). Conducted by the HuMetricsHSS Initiative as an extension of their previous work on values-enacted scholarly practice, the interviews focused on current systems of evaluation within BTAA institutions, the potential problems and inequalities of those processes, the kinds of scholarly work that could be better recognized and rewarded, and the contexts and pressures evaluators are under, including, as the process progressed, the onset and ongoing conditions of COVID-19. The interviews focused primarily on the reappointment, promotion, and tenure ...


Teacher Sensemaking In Times Of Crisis: A Case Study Of The Teaching Of High School Ethnic Studies Classes During The Covid-19 Pandemic And Black Lives Matter Protests, Kay Flewelling 2022 University of San Diego

Teacher Sensemaking In Times Of Crisis: A Case Study Of The Teaching Of High School Ethnic Studies Classes During The Covid-19 Pandemic And Black Lives Matter Protests, Kay Flewelling

Dissertations

This is a study about secondary ethnic studies classes within the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, a novel coronavirus caused dramatic changes in society, and social protests erupted in the United States in response to violence against people of color. This period of dual crises created a collective period of turbulence for educators in the United States as schooling moved to emergency virtual environments. Though the impact of this time is not yet understood, early indicators suggest that existing educational inequalities for students of color will be exacerbated. This study explored ethnic studies teacher sensemaking to understand how teachers adapted their ...


Why Narrative Poetry Still Matters In Stylistics, Rachid Acim 2022 Ibn Zohr University

Why Narrative Poetry Still Matters In Stylistics, Rachid Acim

Journal of Educational Research and Practice

In Morocco, debates over English language instruction have marginalized poetry as a distinct literary genre. The shortage of poetry events arguably makes poetry teaching both daunting and intimidating. Besides fostering trust, memorization, and empathy, helping students develop a penchant for English language, as well as humanity, poetry, and narrative poetry, in particular, proffers teachers ample opportunities to fully engage students in the learning process. Not only does it awaken their senses and make them establish connections but leads them to think in a critical way about the world around them. In this paper, the teaching of narrative poetry through the ...


La Lectura Para Niños Como Herramienta Biblioterapéutica Potencializadora De Habilidades Lingüísticas Y Atencionales, Raul Ricardo Yanquen Rodriguez 2022 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

La Lectura Para Niños Como Herramienta Biblioterapéutica Potencializadora De Habilidades Lingüísticas Y Atencionales, Raul Ricardo Yanquen Rodriguez

Sistemas de Información, Bibliotecología y Archivística

Este proyecto de investigación está enfocado en un estudio de caso con enfoque cualitativo llevando a cabo un análisis de evaluación de los posibles cambios que tendrán los talleres de lectura basados en biblioterapia para niños, que presentan un bajo rendimiento académico y un nivel de comportamiento negativo debido a los problemas de atención y concentración. La investigación se llevó a cabo en el colegio Luigi Pirandello ubicado en la ciudad de Bogotá en el barrio Villas de Granada. El proyecto propuso un programa didáctico de lectura basado en biblioterapia para estimular el desarrollo académico y de comportamiento en 6 ...


La EducacióN Remota De Emergencia En Casa Y La GeneracióN De Aprendizajes Significativos, Jessyka Delgado Bautista, Jessica Andrea Oyola Barrios, Diana Paola Pardo Roa 2022 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá

La EducacióN Remota De Emergencia En Casa Y La GeneracióN De Aprendizajes Significativos, Jessyka Delgado Bautista, Jessica Andrea Oyola Barrios, Diana Paola Pardo Roa

Maestría en Docencia

La siguiente investigación muestra el proceso de sistematización de tres experiencias con población diversa y en contextos diferentes en el marco de la pandemia causada por el agente SARS-COV-2. Las experiencias han sido tituladas: De la lectura a la imaginación, Un laboratorio en pandemia y Una mirada de salud ambiental, que convergen en los principios que generan los procesos de aprendizaje significativo en el contexto de la educación remota de emergencia en casa. Este eje llevó a la construcción de tres propósitos específicos: (1) reconocer los elementos de la Educación Remota ...


Political-Pedagogical Character Of The Collective Actions Of The Popular Bars, Magda Victoria Díaz Alzate Sra, Juan Pablo Menjura Acosta Sr, Maria Clara Fonseca Echeverri Sra 2021 Universidad Católica Luis Amigó

Political-Pedagogical Character Of The Collective Actions Of The Popular Bars, Magda Victoria Díaz Alzate Sra, Juan Pablo Menjura Acosta Sr, Maria Clara Fonseca Echeverri Sra

The Qualitative Report

Barrismo is a complex phenomenon and cannot be defined universally. Social representation is based on deficient conceptions that relate it to the use of psychoactive substances and violence. This article presents qualitative research evidence based on the epistemological assumptions of social constructionism, a hermeneutical phenomenological design and the use of qualitative interview and documentary and audiovisual review, to understand the political-pedagogical character of the collective actions of the popular bars of the city of Medellín, Colombia, as practices that contribute to the transformation of the territories. Categories found: i. Bars as popular movements: transition from the brave bar to the ...


Empowerment Of Farmers: The Role Of Actor And The Persistence Of Coffee Farmers In Rural Pattongko, Indonesia, A. Hasdiansyah, Sugito Sugito, Yoyon Suryono 2021 Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

Empowerment Of Farmers: The Role Of Actor And The Persistence Of Coffee Farmers In Rural Pattongko, Indonesia, A. Hasdiansyah, Sugito Sugito, Yoyon Suryono

The Qualitative Report

Many farmers' empowerment has failed because the process is rigid, instructive, and uses too many techniques that are not following the local conditions of the community. Therefore, the empowerment process must be improved to be able to make farmers empowered and independent. For this reason, it is necessary to explore how the learning process and the involvement of actor in the empowerment process are needed. The subjects of this study consisted of eight farmers and one empowerment actor. The method used is qualitative through in-depth interviews, observation, and document review. All data were transcribed, organized, then analyzed to produce conclusions ...


Ableist Ideologies Stifle Neurodiversity And Hinder Inclusive Education, Marie Adrienne R. Manalili 2021 University College London

Ableist Ideologies Stifle Neurodiversity And Hinder Inclusive Education, Marie Adrienne R. Manalili

Ought: The Journal of Autistic Culture

This paper makes the case that ableist ideologies hinder trends towards inclusion on a broader global scale and beyond Anglo-American standpoints, as evidenced by key literature and legislations on inclusive education. I also discuss the issues, challenges, and dilemmas generated by these ableist ideologies in my professional context as an autistic speech-language therapist from the Philippines. I conclude with my reflection on how practitioners can help change the trajectory towards emancipatory inclusive practices that are informed by the neurodiversity paradigm. To respect the preference of the communities and the intersection of identities I represent, this paper uses inclusive identity-first language ...


Teacher Professionalism, Embodiment, And Surveillance: An Autoethnographic Study, Melanie Cloutier-Bordeleau 2021 The University of Western Ontario

Teacher Professionalism, Embodiment, And Surveillance: An Autoethnographic Study, Melanie Cloutier-Bordeleau

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

This autoethnographic study entails using my own situated knowledge and experience as a white bisexual secondary school teacher from a low socioeconomic background as a basis for data generation and analysis. Attention is given to examining the current enforcement of specific norms governing behavioural and physical conduct, and the role these norms play in constructing and reinforcing hierarchical structures of identity related to race, gender, socioeconomic status and sexuality. The main question the study explores is: How does the performativity and performance of educator “professionalism” contribute to constructing/reinforcing hierarchies of identity with respect to gender, sexuality, social class and ...


خبرات الإساءة في الطفولة وعلاقتها بصورة الجسم لدى طالبات قسم علم النفس بجامعة الإمام محمد بن سعود الإسلامية, أناس رمضان المصري 2021 جامعة الإمام محمد بن سعود الإسلامية-الرياض

خبرات الإساءة في الطفولة وعلاقتها بصورة الجسم لدى طالبات قسم علم النفس بجامعة الإمام محمد بن سعود الإسلامية, أناس رمضان المصري

Journal of Al-Azhar University – Gaza (Humanities)

ملخص:

هدفت الدراسة الحالية إلى تعرف العلاقة بين خبرات الإساءة في الطفولة وعلاقتها بصورة الجسم لدى طالبات قسم علم النفس بجامعة الإمام محمد بن سعود الإسلامية، وذلك لدى عينة مكونة من (220) طالبة. ولتحقيق أهداف الدراسة استخدمت الباحثة: استمارة البيانات الأولية، واستبانة صدمة الطفولة، ومقياس تقييم المظهر. وقد أظهرت النتائج وجود علاقة ارتباطية سالبة بين خبرات الإساءة في الطفولة وصورة الجسم لدى طالبات قسم علم النفس, كذلك تبين أن الإساءة في الطفولة لها تأثير على صورة الجسم بمعنى إمكانية التنبؤ بصورة الجسم من خلال الإساءة في الطفولة. كما أظهرت النتائج عدم وجود فروق دالة احصائياً في متوسطات درجات صورة الجسم ...


Black Liberation In Teacher Education: (Re)Envisioning Educator Preparation To Defend Black Life And Possibility, Justin A. Coles, Darrius Stanley 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Black Liberation In Teacher Education: (Re)Envisioning Educator Preparation To Defend Black Life And Possibility, Justin A. Coles, Darrius Stanley

Northwest Journal of Teacher Education

Current configurations of teacher education programs are insufficient in attracting and producing teachers equipped to teach through the permanence of antiblackness, instead still relying on race-neutral or color-evasive pedagogies that perpetuate the misrecognition of antiblackness. As evident by the sustained inequities experienced by Black children and the routine marginalization of Black (teacher) educators in the field, we recognize that teacher education programs, and subsequently P-12 classrooms, are not designed nor equipped to reduce the harm caused by persistent anti-Black racism. Despite the ways Blackness is derided and invisibilized in educator preparation, Black students, families, and communities have long countered anti-Black ...


Zero Tolerance Policies Are Anti-Black: Protecting Racially Profiled Students From Educational Injustice, Jonathan Lightfoot 2021 Hofstra University

Zero Tolerance Policies Are Anti-Black: Protecting Racially Profiled Students From Educational Injustice, Jonathan Lightfoot

Northwest Journal of Teacher Education

When students are tracked from their schools into the juvenile and adult criminal justice system, primarily because of zero-tolerance policies, they fall victim to a practice that is now widely known as the school-to-prison pipeline. President Obama urged educators to abandon severe disciplinary policies that criminalize students for offenses that could be handled without law enforcement (Du, 2015). A review of the literature indicates a disproportionate number of Black students are at a greater risk of being adversely impacted by such policies thus increasing their chances of having a negative educational experience. Research shows that Black students receive higher rates ...


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