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Udl In Practice, Trevor Boland May 2022

Suicide And South Korean Youth: How A World Class Education System Affects Its Adolescents, Grace Hendricks May 2022

Suicide And South Korean Youth: How A World Class Education System Affects Its Adolescents, Grace Hendricks

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

This presentation takes a look at the suicide rates among South Korean youth ages 15 to 19, comparing the numbers to those of the same age range in the United States. We will look at the raw numbers, go over similarities and differences, and end with contributing factors for both groups. Particular focus will be on how South Korea is considered to have the best education system in the world and the impact that fact has on the young people going through it.


Compare How Students Performed And Attendance Before, During, And After Pandemic Waves, Peber Dejesus, Rohini R. Mattan, Ralph Lauren Ocampo May 2022

Compare How Students Performed And Attendance Before, During, And After Pandemic Waves, Peber Dejesus, Rohini R. Mattan, Ralph Lauren Ocampo

Publications and Research

Covid-19 is a global pandemic that affected many people that includes students from all different parts of the world. In this case, the research would focus on the Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging program students at New York City College of Technology, who must do hands-on learning in order to accomplish the experience required for the degree.

One of the hardest obstacles that radiologic students must go through are the ones that are unable to be online. One example of those required classes would be the Clinical Rotation. It is mandatory for the radiologic student to go to a required ...


Perceived Vs Actual Learning In Virtual And In-Person Classes, Elizabeth Byrd, Bella Bevel Apr 2022

Perceived Vs Actual Learning In Virtual And In-Person Classes, Elizabeth Byrd, Bella Bevel

Scholars Day Conference

We studied students perceived and actual learning in online versus in-person classroom environments. Participants attended a lecture that was either in person or on Zoom. After the lecture, they filled out a survey about perceived learning, and then completed a quiz over the lectured material. Results found no significant difference in scores from either environment, but the data was trending towards higher in-person quiz scores, as well as higher perceived learning for in-person environments. This is important in helping our understanding of classroom environmental effects on learning, specifically in higher education.


Building And Sustaining A Healthy And Thriving Department, Laura Trujillo-Jenks, Gina Anderson Apr 2022

Building And Sustaining A Healthy And Thriving Department, Laura Trujillo-Jenks, Gina Anderson

38th Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Learning to delegate and build leaders among the faculty and staff, and mentoring and modeling how to manage difficult situations are integral to building and sustaining capacity within a department. Building a department culture that is healthy and thriving, while also creating a climate for faculty and staff to safely develop their own leadership potential are important characteristics of a healthy department. Also, helping faculty and staff learn to mitigate difficult situations is a powerful form of leadership development. Building a culture of success, a climate that nurtures respect, honesty, and loyalty, and engaging in Crucial Conversations© are the foci ...


The Challenges And Rewards Of Co-Chairing A Department: Lessons Learned From Leaders In The Middle, Laura Trujillo-Jenks, Gina Anderson Apr 2022

The Challenges And Rewards Of Co-Chairing A Department: Lessons Learned From Leaders In The Middle, Laura Trujillo-Jenks, Gina Anderson

38th Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Newly appointed Department Chairs are often on their own to learn “on the job” the knowledge and skills they will need to succeed. One way to mitigate the challenges of this high-stakes approach is to identify a second leader who can serve in the role of mentor, coach or Co-Chair alongside the new Chair. The Co-Chair may be a leader who has served as a Department Chair in the past and/or who is serving in another middle-management position such as a Chair from a different department, Director, or Associate Dean. During a time of tremendous change and uncertainty, the ...


Debunking Medical Myths: Does Cold Weather Make You Sick?, Jack Mcconnell, Hanna Simmons, Jordan Tall, Eleanor Lasch, Sarah Chung Apr 2022

Debunking Medical Myths: Does Cold Weather Make You Sick?, Jack Mcconnell, Hanna Simmons, Jordan Tall, Eleanor Lasch, Sarah Chung

Patient Education Projects

No abstract provided.


Single Parents Effect On Children, Danielle Harker Apr 2022

Single Parents Effect On Children, Danielle Harker

Spring Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry

There are a ton of different family structures and one of those structures include single parent families. Single parents are parents who take care of their children on their own without the help of a significant other. A single parent can be a mom or a dad. At times it can be hard to tell how a child is affected due to how their parent became a single parent or how their family structure is. Therefore, the question my research project will be asking is how are children who have single parents emotionally and socially affected? Depending on the family ...


Combat Student Veteran Success In Higher Education, Mona Fazzina Apr 2022

Combat Student Veteran Success In Higher Education, Mona Fazzina

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Three Minute Thesis


Effectiveness Of Computer-Mediated Learning In Higher Education During Covid: A Social Information Processing Perspective, Hannah Naylor Apr 2022

Effectiveness Of Computer-Mediated Learning In Higher Education During Covid: A Social Information Processing Perspective, Hannah Naylor

Liberty University Research Week

Graduate

Three Minute Thesis


A Case Study On How School Leaders Foster Safety Culture In Secondary School, Breck Laster Perry Apr 2022

A Case Study On How School Leaders Foster Safety Culture In Secondary School, Breck Laster Perry

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Three Minute Thesis


Recommendations For Technology Integration At New Town High School, Timothy Bangerd Apr 2022

Recommendations For Technology Integration At New Town High School, Timothy Bangerd

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


A Rountable Discussion Of Factors Related To Effective College Community Engagement, Matthew Little Apr 2022

A Rountable Discussion Of Factors Related To Effective College Community Engagement, Matthew Little

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Exploring Elementary School Teacher's Instructional Decisions On English Language Arts Strategies And English Language Learners: A Case Study, Tameika Hairston Apr 2022

Exploring Elementary School Teacher's Instructional Decisions On English Language Arts Strategies And English Language Learners: A Case Study, Tameika Hairston

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Black Men’S Perspectives On Their Student-Faculty Relationships In Higher Education: A Phenomenological Study, Tyson J. Askew Apr 2022

Black Men’S Perspectives On Their Student-Faculty Relationships In Higher Education: A Phenomenological Study, Tyson J. Askew

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Combat Student Veteran Success In Higher Education, Mona Fazzina Apr 2022

Combat Student Veteran Success In Higher Education, Mona Fazzina

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


The Need For Professional Development With An Emphasis On Tpack For Secondary Math Teachers, Jenna Finnegan Apr 2022

The Need For Professional Development With An Emphasis On Tpack For Secondary Math Teachers, Jenna Finnegan

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


A Case Study Exploring Student-Teacher Relationships Two Years In The Aftermath Of A School Shooting In A Rural South-Central United States School, Lee Guidry Apr 2022

A Case Study Exploring Student-Teacher Relationships Two Years In The Aftermath Of A School Shooting In A Rural South-Central United States School, Lee Guidry

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


#Trending: How Social Media Influencers Impact Students’ Covid-19 Vaccine Decisions, Katelyn White Apr 2022

#Trending: How Social Media Influencers Impact Students’ Covid-19 Vaccine Decisions, Katelyn White

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Applied


Resilience Of College Students Of Faith With Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asd) During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Kalie Nuss, Clarissa Maness, Javan Tate, Leah Sanders Apr 2022

Resilience Of College Students Of Faith With Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asd) During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Kalie Nuss, Clarissa Maness, Javan Tate, Leah Sanders

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Applied


Barriers To Online Education, Ashley Moffett Apr 2022

Barriers To Online Education, Ashley Moffett

Liberty University Research Week

Graduate

Theoretical Proposal


The Recount: Black Men's Experiences Of Predominantly White Institution Undergraduate Stem Programs In The United States, James Hairston Apr 2022

The Recount: Black Men's Experiences Of Predominantly White Institution Undergraduate Stem Programs In The United States, James Hairston

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Theoretical Proposal


Recommendations For Improving The Practice Of Instructing An Online Pre-Health Course At A Private University, Kimberly Smith Apr 2022

Recommendations For Improving The Practice Of Instructing An Online Pre-Health Course At A Private University, Kimberly Smith

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study Of Teacher Perceptions Of The Connection Between Movement Strategies And Student Learning, Mary Catherine Strickland Apr 2022

A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study Of Teacher Perceptions Of The Connection Between Movement Strategies And Student Learning, Mary Catherine Strickland

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Culturally Diverse Literature And Social Inclusion In Elementary Classrooms, Amanda Works Apr 2022

Culturally Diverse Literature And Social Inclusion In Elementary Classrooms, Amanda Works

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Theoretical Proposal


Transformational Learning In A Washington State Veterans Therapeutic Court: A Holistic, Multiple-Case Design Study, Thomas Lee Williams Apr 2022

Transformational Learning In A Washington State Veterans Therapeutic Court: A Holistic, Multiple-Case Design Study, Thomas Lee Williams

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Engaging Middle School Students Through Music History Mini-Lessons: A Mixed-Method Study, Jessica Frerich Apr 2022

Engaging Middle School Students Through Music History Mini-Lessons: A Mixed-Method Study, Jessica Frerich

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Combat Student Veteran Success In Higher Education, Mona Fazzina Apr 2022

Combat Student Veteran Success In Higher Education, Mona Fazzina

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Experiences Of Asian American Women In Distance Education Doctoral Programs: A Transcendental Phenomenological Study, Cathy Vu Apr 2022

Experiences Of Asian American Women In Distance Education Doctoral Programs: A Transcendental Phenomenological Study, Cathy Vu

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied


Improving The Recognition Of Threatening And Aberrant Behavior In The School Community, James Christian Apr 2022

Improving The Recognition Of Threatening And Aberrant Behavior In The School Community, James Christian

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Applied