Queering Beyond Pronouns: The Necessity Of Indigenizing Learning Communities, 2021 University of San Francisco
Queering Beyond Pronouns: The Necessity Of Indigenizing Learning Communities, Gillian Imazumi-Hegarty
Master's Projects and Capstones
Learners who do not see themselves reflected in schooling face mental health, social and academic hardships. While centring marginalized identities and pursuing efforts to queer learning spaces is vital, it cannot end with attention to gender and sexuality. In order to best serve learners and community members, learning environments must commit to indigenizing as well. This paper culminates in a handbook which seeks to provide best practices for engaging with learners and holding space, as well as includes a sample curriculum and resources for further development. This handbook is focused for educators on unceded ancestral Ohlone Lands, and centres the ...
Connection, Involvement, And Modeling: Co-Constructing A Story Of Resilience Despite Early Parental Loss, 2021 University of Wyoming
Connection, Involvement, And Modeling: Co-Constructing A Story Of Resilience Despite Early Parental Loss, Erin E. Silcox
The Qualitative Report
The use of oral history and narrative inquiry to investigate factors of resilience in the face of parental death is absent from the literature. Also, researchers have not linked factors that support resilience against trauma and that lead to positive change in residential treatment with the role of educators. In this study, my father-in-law, Norman, and I answered the research question: What factors in Norman’s adolescent life supported his resilience in the face of an early parental loss? I analyzed Norman’s oral history using narrative analysis methods. Findings include factors that led to Norman’s resilience including his ...
Cuidare Estrategia Pedagógica Para La Formación Policial Desde La Ética Del Cuidado: Experiencia En El Diplomado En Dirección Operativa Del Servicio De Policía De La Escuela De Postgrados De Policía De Bogotá (Espol), 2021 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá
Cuidare Estrategia Pedagógica Para La Formación Policial Desde La Ética Del Cuidado: Experiencia En El Diplomado En Dirección Operativa Del Servicio De Policía De La Escuela De Postgrados De Policía De Bogotá (Espol), Juan Pablo Aponte López
Doctorado en Educación y Sociedad
En esta investigación doctoral, realizada en el marco del Doctorado en Educación y Sociedad de la Universidad de La Salle, se estructuró la estrategia pedagógica CuidarE, a partir de la ética del cuidado para la formación policial. Se abordaron tres categorías centrales de estudio: ética del cuidado, formación policial y estrategia pedagógica, en torno a la población educativa de la Escuela de Postgrados de Policía de la ciudad de Bogotá (ESPOL), específicamente en el Diplomado en Dirección Operativa del Servicio de Policía.
Para ello, se revisaron los módulos y el Proyecto Educativo Institucional (PEI) (Policía Nacional de Colombia, 2013) establecido ...
Estrategia Para El Fortalecimiento De Las Competencias Ciudadanas De Los Estudiantes De Ingeniería En Colombia. Propuesta A Partir De La Revisión De Las Pruebas Saber Pro En Tres Universidades Privadas Con Vecindad De Comparación., 2021 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá
Estrategia Para El Fortalecimiento De Las Competencias Ciudadanas De Los Estudiantes De Ingeniería En Colombia. Propuesta A Partir De La Revisión De Las Pruebas Saber Pro En Tres Universidades Privadas Con Vecindad De Comparación., Dario Esteban Recalde Morillo
Doctorado en Educación y Sociedad
Esta investigación doctoral presenta una propuesta de formación ciudadana para los cursos básicos de los programas de Ingeniería en universidades colombianas, con una integración de componentes académicos que necesitan fortalecerse y que están relacionados con la Prueba Saber Pro y con los Resultados de Aprendizaje de la ABET. Para el diagnóstico inicial se revisan los resultados de competencias ciudadanas en las Pruebas Saber Pro de 2016 a 2019 de los programas de Ingeniería en su grupo de referencia a nivel nacional. A través de la metodología de itinerarios categoriales se identifican las variables de estudio para la documentación de conceptos ...
Myth, Power, And Justice: The Danger Of A Single Story, 2021 Georgia Southern University
Myth, Power, And Justice: The Danger Of A Single Story, Christen H. Clougherty
National Youth Advocacy and Resilience Conference
If we hear only a single story about a group, we risk a critical misunderstanding. In this session, learn to critically analyze assumptions of single stories and dominant narratives about community partners. Engage in hands-on activities to explore this issue as it relates to race, poverty, and social justice. Leave with classroom activities to take back to your classroom.
Reading With Our Heads And Our Hearts To Build Empathy, 2021 Judson University
Reading With Our Heads And Our Hearts To Build Empathy, Heidi Gibbons
Michigan Reading Journal
Reading in schools can often become very focused on text-level strategies, leading to expectations of students that result in monological responses, very little beyond-the-text interaction, and an absence of personal student growth. The purpose of this study was to determine how using the Book Head Heart approach created and shared by Kylene Beers and Bob Probst to interact with a text changed intermediate students on a social-emotional level, specifically how it affected their empathy skills. Student journal responses were coded before and after students learned the Book Head Heart method; in addition, students completed two surveys measuring empathy. Also, student ...
Health And Religious Behaviors In Later Life, 2021 Stephen F Austin State University
Health And Religious Behaviors In Later Life, Hyunsook Kang, Gina Fe G. Causin
The study is a secondary analysis utilizing data collected at two time periods (2000, 2006) from the Social Capital Community Survey (Saguaro, et al., 2009). The data set is a national survey of community dwelling older adults aged 55-100 (2000, N=3044; 2006, N=2011). To address the research question, three-step hierarchical regressions were conducted. Results indicated that those with better incomes, higher education, were married, Caucasian, were relatively younger, and reported higher frequency of religious attendance reported significantly better health. Although minority status was negatively associated with health, when African American and Hispanic older adults attended religious services frequently ...
Desarrollo De Capacidades Humanas En Los Aprendices Sena Desde El Enfoque De Desarrollo Humano De Martha Nussbaum, 2021 Universidad de La Salle, Bogotá
Desarrollo De Capacidades Humanas En Los Aprendices Sena Desde El Enfoque De Desarrollo Humano De Martha Nussbaum, Elisa Mondragón Chivata, Miguel Ángelo Rojas Suarez
Maestría en Estudios y Gestión del Desarrollo – MEGD
El presente proyecto de investigación, titulado desarrollo de capacidades humanas en los aprendices Sena desde el enfoque de desarrollo humano de Martha Nussbaum, tiene la intención de indagar si, a través, del modelo de formación integral que ofrece el Servicio Nacional de Aprendizaje (SENA), logra promover las capacidades humanas, afiliación, razón práctica y control de su propio entorno en los aprendices; aportando a la estructuración del proyecto de vida de cada uno de ellos, orientado al aprovechamiento de sus libertades y oportunidades, conducentes a la consecución de una mejor calidad de vida. El enfoque de capacidades permite establecer un diálogo ...
Afro-Brazilian Cosmology As Praxis For Student Affairs, 2021 University of Vermont
Afro-Brazilian Cosmology As Praxis For Student Affairs, Catarina E. Campbell
The Vermont Connection
In this article, one will find a friendly introduction to several orixás, the archetypal forces of nature in Yoruban and Afro-Brazilian cosmology, in order to explore the applicability of their teachings within the realm of student affairs. With each orixá comes a teaching story, series of reflection questions, and a tangible pedagogical practice. When employed with reverence to their origin and context, these tools can catalyze self-development, sense of purpose, and breadth of perspective for both for our students and ourselves.
Sufi Issues On The Pages Of The Spiritual Journal Of The Arabists Of Dagestan “Bayan Al-Haqa’Iq” (1925-1928), 2020 leading researcher at the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Dagestan Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Candidate of Historical Sciences
Sufi Issues On The Pages Of The Spiritual Journal Of The Arabists Of Dagestan “Bayan Al-Haqa’Iq” (1925-1928), Amir Navruzov
The Light of Islam
The article introduces us to the Arabic-language magazine of the Dagestani Muslim reformers of the frst third of the XX century “Bayan al-Haqa’iq” In a short introduction, the author explains the policy of tsarism towards the Muslims of Dagestan in the pre-revolutionary period, and then the Bolsheviks in the frst years of Soviet power, explains the reason for the permission of the Soviet government to publish an Arabic-language magazineand gives a description of the main goals and objectives of this magazine. Topics that took place in the Islamic discourse of Muslim reformers of Dagestan on the pages of the ...
Technology Of Story: Documenting Culturally Sustaining Anti-Racist Teaching, 2020 University of New Mexico
Technology Of Story: Documenting Culturally Sustaining Anti-Racist Teaching, Frances Vitali
Proceedings from the Document Academy
Our education system, an extension of our society, has created a monster of historical sociocultural and linguistic inequities, traumas, structural racism, and oppressions. Culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogy honor students’ funds of knowledge as their authentic power and voice. The oral family stories became vehicles to navigate and facilitate educational partnerships in becoming more culturally responsive for these teacher candidates. Oral stories, as documents, became the content within the context of the writing workshop process. These documented stories became the technological bridge that supported students’ home experiences with academic language and content to meet curricular goals.
During the writing process ...
Trauma-Informed Schools: A Strategy For Problem Behaviors In The Classroom, 2020 Grand Valley State University
Trauma-Informed Schools: A Strategy For Problem Behaviors In The Classroom, Timothy Hall
Culminating Experience Projects
Students that are making poor behavior choices in school generally are performing lower academically. The growing number of students that are coming to school that have experienced trauma is one reason why students are misbehaving in class. Schools have the opportunity to address this issue by implementing a trauma-informed school methodology. Trauma-informed schools work with students to be aware of the trauma that they have faced and teaches them ways to cope with the symptoms of trauma. This project discusses what trauma is and how it affects students and what schools can do to meet the needs of these students ...
Developing A Common Language Of Ethical Engagement In Teaching: Lessons For And From A Time Of Crisis, 2020 Washington State University
Developing A Common Language Of Ethical Engagement In Teaching: Lessons For And From A Time Of Crisis, Richard D. Sawyer
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education
This article explores how educators may develop and contribute to a common language of ethical engagement, a language that rises above specific actions but is grounded in ethical practice and scholarship. Questions are raised about how online education may further the patterns educational inequities in the United States. An ethics framework is explored through a comparison. The author explores the educational principles--not standards—that educators can surface in their teaching practice. A discussion is included of recent dilemmas and problems with online teaching environments, underscoring the need for ethical principles helping to frame practice.
From The Flatlands Of Oakland To The Ivory Towers Of Higher Education: A Counter-Narrative Of A Southeast Asian Refugee, 2020 University of Texas at San Antonio
From The Flatlands Of Oakland To The Ivory Towers Of Higher Education: A Counter-Narrative Of A Southeast Asian Refugee, Van T. Lac
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement
This counter-narrative exposes the themes of (dis)placement and (in)visibility that the author has encountered as a Southeast Asian refugee navigating the educational systems in K12 public schools and higher education. The author begins with a snapshot of adolescence growing up in a low-income community in Oakland, California, highlighting her observations as a Southeast Asian refugee youth and the plight of her peers. The latter part of the essay surfaces her experiences existing in higher education contexts where the model minority myth shapes in explicit and veiled ways how she traverses spaces as a Southeast Asian refugee in college ...
The Study Of Black American Male School Principals’ Life Experiences And How They Affect Black American Male Students In Their Schools To Close The Academic Achievement Gap, 2020 National Louis University
The Study Of Black American Male School Principals’ Life Experiences And How They Affect Black American Male Students In Their Schools To Close The Academic Achievement Gap, Linda Palija
This qualitative study was conducted to inform the present educational system concerning what is known about Black American male former principals and district leaders and how they affected Black American male students in closing the academic achievement gap. The context of this inquiry was an examination of three Black American male former principals/district leaders in one region of the United States, and the study focused on how they used their life and professional experiences to help Black American male students in their schools to close the academic achievement gap. Three themes were acknowledged in this investigation: the impact ...
Cura Personalis As Institutional Practice, 2020 Loyola University Chicago
Cura Personalis As Institutional Practice, Julia Bninski Ph.D., Jennifer R. Wozniak Boyle Ph.D.
Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal
Founded by Loyola University Chicago in 2015, Arrupe College is a two-year program that continues the Jesuit tradition of offering a rigorous liberal arts education to a diverse population, many of whom are the first in their families to pursue higher education. Using an innovative model that ensures affordability while providing care for the whole person—intellectually, morally, and spiritually—Arrupe prepares its graduates to continue on to a bachelor’s program or move into meaningful employment. From the beginning, cura personalis has been a priority at this new institution. In this article, drawing on their experience as faculty members ...
Experiences Of Uzbek Immigrant Parents With Public Schools In New York City: Parental Engagement, 2020 University of Massachusetts Amherst
Experiences Of Uzbek Immigrant Parents With Public Schools In New York City: Parental Engagement, Mekhribon Abdullaeva
This study examined a Brooklyn, New York Community of Uzbek parents’ engagement with their children’s education, focusing in particular on parental involvement with the school system. It addressed the important, yet difficult-to-measure factors that influence why and how parents engage. It determined that parents are agents who attempt to advance their child’s progress through strategies shaped by a perspective consisting of their goals, resources, parenting style, and expectations. A Q-sort methodology generated parents’ perspectives through their rankings of certain value judgement. Due to variations in parental education, income levels, and other elements, the study generated three parent perspectives ...
Performative Possibilities In The Development Of Protagonistic Agency Among Graduate Students In China, Yan Wang
Education (PhD) Dissertations
Educational drama is a term that has in recent years achieved a pride of place in the field of arts-based research. During previous centuries, however, drama was considered anathema to formal learning and theaters themselves were considered “sinks of uncleanliness” (Coggin, 1956, p. 38). Only in recent history has educational drama been considered a legitimate means of teaching and learning. While Dorothy Heathcote, Gavin Bolton, Richard Courtney and others have helped to legitimize the fecund role that drama plays in learning, there has, to date, been a dearth of studies utilizing interdisciplinary approaches such as playbuilding (a participatory arts-based research ...
Teaching And Learning Qualitative Inquiry Online And Impacts On Family Life, 2020 Robert Morris University
Teaching And Learning Qualitative Inquiry Online And Impacts On Family Life, James A. Bernauer, Rebecca L. Rook, Jenifer A. Swab, Mary P. Bernauer, Patrick Bernauer
The Qualitative Report
This study uses letters-to-self and a group interview to integrate the experiences of two groups of participant-researchers—(1) a professor of qualitative inquiry and two of his doctoral students in an online qualitative research class and (2) this same professor and his family. The specific purpose of this study for the first group, comprised of the professor and his two former doctoral students, was to jointly explore perceptions of teaching and learning qualitative inquiry in a formal university setting as well as these students’ perceptions of the impacts that their entry into full-time doctoral study has had on their family ...
Euthanasia Of The Coronavirus - Covid-19, 2020 The University of Southern Mississippi
Euthanasia Of The Coronavirus - Covid-19, Sheila P. Davis
Journal of Health Ethics
At the time of this editorial, COVID-19, aka the Novel Coronavirus, has wrecked havoc and left in its path of destruction, death, unemployment, the instability of nation’s economies, misery, uncertainty, despair, and a fear regarding what the new tomorrow will look like. And, perhaps more importantly, the question of who will be here tomorrow lingers. Now classified as a pandemic, this virus has resulted in over 1,381,014 cases worldwide with 78,269 deaths to date. Presently, Louisiana and Detroit are emerging as the next hot spots behind New York as the fastest rate of increase for COVID-19 ...