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知源育利用のガイド, Yoshihiko Ariizumi Feb 2023

知源育利用のガイド, Yoshihiko Ariizumi

Learning, Teaching, & Researching Optimization

知源育を応用するための様々な角度からのヒントを学ぶことができるガイドです。実勢んをしながら、時々このガイドを参照することで、より高いレベルでの実践が可能になるでしょう。


Introduction To A Universal Performance Improvement Method (Chigen-Iku), Yoshihiko Ariizumi Feb 2023

Introduction To A Universal Performance Improvement Method (Chigen-Iku), Yoshihiko Ariizumi

Learning, Teaching, & Researching Optimization

This brief article introduces a universal performance improvement method called Chigen-iku, which has been developed carefully and extensively over more than 25 years through more than 100 individual and group projects based on the principles that were selected through my doctorial study in the field of Instructional Psychology and Technology.


Council Of Presidents - Osrhe, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Jan 2023

Council Of Presidents - Osrhe, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

From the President’s Office

"Council of Presidents"

OSRHE (Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education)


Front row, left to right: Jay Falkner (Carl Albert State College), Lana Reynolds (Seminole State College), Chancellor Allison D. Garrett (OSRHE CEO), John Feaver (University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma), Timothy Faltyn (Murray State College), and Leigh B. Goodson (Tulsa Community College)

Middle row, left to right: Bo Hannaford (Northwestern Oklahoma State University), Jack Bryant (Redlands Community College), Julie Dinger (Oklahoma Panhandle State University), Jeanie Webb (Rose State College), Mautra Staley Jones (Oklahoma City Community College), Ron S. Ramming (Connors State College), and Janet Wansick (Eastern Oklahoma State College). …


Vcu Day Of Service Toolkit (Vcu-Dst), Christie Atkins, Jeff D'Ambrosio, Ann Deppmann, Keith C. Ellis, Alex Fisher, Javeria Kazi, Emilie Raymond, Lachelle Waller Jan 2023

Vcu Day Of Service Toolkit (Vcu-Dst), Christie Atkins, Jeff D'Ambrosio, Ann Deppmann, Keith C. Ellis, Alex Fisher, Javeria Kazi, Emilie Raymond, Lachelle Waller

The Grace E. Harris Leadership Institute Publications

This team designed and developed a digital Day of Service Toolkit (VCU-DST) to help facilitate the planning and execution of community service projects by VCU students, faculty and staff. The VCU-DST includes guidance and relevant procedures for all the aspects of planning needed to execute both large-scale and small-scale projects, including resources for strategic partnerships, financial planning and event logistics and evaluation. The VCU-DST is designed to be utilized for day-of-service projects planned and initiated by VCU students, student leaders, and organizations at all levels (undergraduate, graduate, and professional). The VCU-DST is designed to be flexible and adaptable, assisting in …


Once More, With Feeling: Partnering With Learners To Re-See The College Experience Through Metaphor And Sensory Language, Taran Cardone Jan 2023

Once More, With Feeling: Partnering With Learners To Re-See The College Experience Through Metaphor And Sensory Language, Taran Cardone

Antioch University Full-Text Dissertations & Theses

This study focuses on better understanding students and their internal worlds through conceptual metaphor theory and sensory language. Using a phenomenological and arts-based approach, I examined students’ metaphorical constructions of their college experiences and the sensory language and information informing those constructions. By engaging participants in a multimodal process to re-see their experience through connoisseurship and criticism, I explored the following research questions: How do students metaphorically structure their college experience? What sensory language do college students use to describe the metaphorical dimensions of their college experience? How does sensory information shape the metaphorical structuring of their college experience? Through …


Letter From Uco President Patti Neuhold-Ravikumar, Southwestern Oklahoma State University Dec 2022

Letter From Uco President Patti Neuhold-Ravikumar, Southwestern Oklahoma State University

From the President’s Office

A letter from UCO President Patti Neuhold-Ravikumar to SWOSU President Diana Lovell.


Swosu To Host First Ever Fall Commencement, Kimberly Lippencott, Weatherford Daily News, Phillip Fitzsimmons Nov 2022

Swosu To Host First Ever Fall Commencement, Kimberly Lippencott, Weatherford Daily News, Phillip Fitzsimmons

Faculty Articles & Research

This is an article about SWOSU's first-ever fall commencement, published in the Nov. 30, 2022 issue of Weatherford Daily News, and features an interview from SWOSU Archivist and Special Collections Librarian Phillip Fitzsimmons.


Cte Teacher Recruitment, Training, And Retention Toolkit, Lisa Martino, Jodi Adams, Sara Shaw, Brandon Hudson Sep 2022

Cte Teacher Recruitment, Training, And Retention Toolkit, Lisa Martino, Jodi Adams, Sara Shaw, Brandon Hudson

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

This toolkit is a collaborative effort of ECMC Foundations fellows across four US states (Florida, Kentucky, Nevada, and Tennessee) with experience in postsecondary and secondary CTE teacher education, training, and recruitment. Through this project, fellows will apply lessons learned and best practices to create a digital toolkit of practical and proven strategies for recruitment, training, and retention of quality postsecondary CTE teachers.


2021 Swosu Foundation 990 Form, Garrett King Jan 2021

2021 Swosu Foundation 990 Form, Garrett King

Foundation 990 Forms

This is the 2021 SWOSU Foundation 990 Form.


Raw And Pure Education In The Society, Iwasan D. Kejawa Ed.D Jan 2021

Raw And Pure Education In The Society, Iwasan D. Kejawa Ed.D

Department of Educational Administration: Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research

What does education mean to individuals in the world today? Education is a way one can attain or improve his or her ability to lead and survive in the society of ours. Without educational training of the mind, it may be impossible to realize the importance of adaptability of living in the environment. Without education, It may also be difficult to embellish the use of both the mental and physical attributes possessed by individual beings.

What really is education? Education is the training of the mind to perform desire functions or to perpetuate the modality of obtaining an end or …


Ua42/2 Delo Continuing & Professional Development, Wku Archives Jan 2021

Ua42/2 Delo Continuing & Professional Development, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by and about Continuing & Professional Development.

  • Subseries 1 Center for Training & Development
  • Subseries 2 Continuing Education
  • Subseries 3 Lifelong Learning

Corporate Training; Summer Bridge Programs Support & Training Resources & Event Planning Services are part of Continuing & Professional Development.


Ua42/3/2 Delo Wku Glasgow, Wku Archives Jan 2021

Ua42/3/2 Delo Wku Glasgow, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by and about the extended campus of WKU Glasgow.


Ua42/3 Delo Extended Campuses, Wku Archives Jan 2021

Ua42/3 Delo Extended Campuses, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by and about the extended campuses.

  • Subseries 1 WKU Elizabethtown / Ft. Knox
  • Subseries 2 WKU Glasgow
  • Subseries 3 WKU Owensboro


Counternarratives Of Success: A Narrative Inquiry Into The Life Experiences Of Prior-Enlisted Reserve Officers Navigating Higher Education, Adam B. Fullerton Mar 2020

Counternarratives Of Success: A Narrative Inquiry Into The Life Experiences Of Prior-Enlisted Reserve Officers Navigating Higher Education, Adam B. Fullerton

Department of Educational Administration: Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research

The current extant literature on student veterans describes the student veteran population in monolithic terms through a deficit perspective. With reserve servicemembers making up 33% of the veteran population (VA, 2018), reservists move beyond tokenism (Kanter, 1978;1987) and need to be explored separately. This separation enhances the understanding of their experiences in working towards educational attainment and the differences from the traditional student veteran identity. To engage in the study of this subpopulation, a narrative inquiry into the lived experience of three Marine officers who obtained their degrees while serving as enlisted reservists was conducted.

This study used Veteran Critical …


Cultural Diversity Professional Development In Schools Survey, Krystal R. Thomas, Hillary Parkhouse, Jesse Senechal, Zoey Lu, Laura Faulcon, Julie Gorlewski, David B. Naff Jan 2020

Cultural Diversity Professional Development In Schools Survey, Krystal R. Thomas, Hillary Parkhouse, Jesse Senechal, Zoey Lu, Laura Faulcon, Julie Gorlewski, David B. Naff

MERC Publications

This report presents findings from the Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium (MERC) Cultural Diversity Within Schools Survey. This survey was designed for school- based professionals (i.e., teachers, instructional staff, administrators) within the MERC region. Administered in the fall of 2018, the survey collected information about experiences of professional development related to cultural diversity, attitudes toward cultural diversity within schools, perceptions of barriers and opportunities, and perspectives on the need for professional development. Section 1 of the report discusses the context for this survey effort: increased cultural diversity in our schools, increased cultural mismatch between students and teachers, and multicultural education as …


January 2020, Randy Beutler Jan 2020

January 2020, Randy Beutler

SWOSU President’s Newsletter

State Equalization Board: What is it and what does it do?

The Oklahoma State Board of Equalization is an entity of state government that has a very important role in the appropriations process each year. The group is responsible for providing an estimate of all revenue that will be available for appropriation by the Oklahoma Legislature for the coming fiscal year.


December 2019, Randy Beutler Dec 2019

December 2019, Randy Beutler

SWOSU President’s Newsletter

Weatherford City Sales Tax Project As mentioned in the August Newsletter, it has been 10 years since the citizens of the City of Weatherford approved an extension of a one-penny sales tax to benefit the community. As you may recall, a portion of that revenue ($7 million) assisted in the construction of the Pioneer Cellular Event Center.


November 2019, Randy Beutler Nov 2019

November 2019, Randy Beutler

SWOSU President’s Newsletter

Each year, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education are constitutionally required to send to the Governor and Legislature our needs for the upcoming fiscal year. Late last week, the State Regent’s Office released information on the legislative request.


October 2019, Randy Beutler Oct 2019

October 2019, Randy Beutler

SWOSU President’s Newsletter

Student Debt

We often see and hear reports of the crisis related to student debt. For many college students, this is a very real and important issue. Fortunately for us, SWOSU is very competitive when it comes to students’ costs when comparing us with our peer institutions.


Dual Degree Program Guidebook, Student Affairs And Enrollment Management Sep 2019

Dual Degree Program Guidebook, Student Affairs And Enrollment Management

Student Affairs Reports

This Guidebook is designed to encourage unprecedented cooperation between four-year institutions and community colleges. The advice goes far beyond articulation to creating a culture of cooperation and inclusion.

From the time of widespread establishment of community colleges until now, clearing a pathway from the two-year college to baccalaureate graduation was assumed to be the sole responsibility of the community college. The university or liberal arts college served more as gatekeeper than facilitator. As a result, community college students, often the first in their families to pursue post-secondary education, were expected to navigate two complex bureaucracies with help only from the …


August 2019, Randy Beutler Aug 2019

August 2019, Randy Beutler

SWOSU President’s Newsletter

Weatherford City Sales Tax Proposal

It is hard to believe, but it has been nearly 10 years since the citizens of the City of Weatherford approved an extension of a one-penny sales tax to benefit the community. As you may recall, a portion of that revenue ($7 million) went to assist in the construction of the Pioneer Cellular Event Center.

Currently, the City is considering a renewal of that sales tax for future community projects. SWOSU has asked to be included in the upcoming proposal. We are currently entertaining and contemplating suggestions for an institutional project. Keep in mind that …


Radiologic Technology Advanced Placement, Stacy Gosselin May 2019

Radiologic Technology Advanced Placement, Stacy Gosselin

Instructional Design Capstones Collection

The radiologic technology field is rapidly changing. Its technologists and students need to be prepared for these alterations. All students and technologists must pass the national board exam administered by the American registry of Radiologic Technologist. This exam assesses the participant in patient care, image acquisition, radiation safety and imaging procedures. The performance problem identified is the increased amount of radiologic technologists and radiologic technology students either failing the registry due to being unprepared, or due to insufficient continuing education credits. Many of these technologists have been out of the classroom for 20 years, seemed adapted to their own imaging …


Implementing A Research Strategy At Cct College 2019-2024, Cct Academic Council Mar 2019

Implementing A Research Strategy At Cct College 2019-2024, Cct Academic Council

Current Institutional Reports

CCT College has a rapidly expanding research culture fostered through institutional staff development and supports as well as a commitment to recruiting high quality staff with a strong record of research performance.

This Strategy represents another stage in the evolution of this research culture, formalising processes and supports already in existence and augmenting these with proposed enhancements, informed by developments in the broader research environment and the strategic aspirations of the College.


Ua35/6 Provost's Office Continuing Education, Wku Archives Jan 2019

Ua35/6 Provost's Office Continuing Education, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by and about Continuing Education.


Ua37/35/1 Faculty Personal Papers O.J. Wilson Cultural Enrichment Through Community Action, Wku Archives Jan 2019

Ua37/35/1 Faculty Personal Papers O.J. Wilson Cultural Enrichment Through Community Action, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Grant project files for O.J. Wilson's Cultural Enrichment through Community Action. Includes project files, correspondence and reports.

The Cultural Enrichment through Community Action project was sponsored jointly from 1966 to 1970 "as a technique to eliminate a cultural blight or void in the areas of art, music and theatre in the service area of Western Kentucky University." [Final Report, p. 1]


Ua42/3/3 Delo Extended Campuses Wku Owensboro, Wku Archives Jan 2019

Ua42/3/3 Delo Extended Campuses Wku Owensboro, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by and about the extended campus of WKU Owensboro.


Ua42/3/1 Delo Extended Campuses Wku Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox, Wku Archives Jan 2019

Ua42/3/1 Delo Extended Campuses Wku Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Collection Inventories

Records created by and about the extended campus of WKU Elizabethtown / Ft. Knox.


Nontraditional Students Success In Compressed Courses Within A Community College Cohort, Elizabeth Kinter Tanner Oct 2018

Nontraditional Students Success In Compressed Courses Within A Community College Cohort, Elizabeth Kinter Tanner

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Nontraditional students are an untapped population for American higher education institutions. Private baccalaureate-granting universities have taken the lead on creating programs for this population’s needs. These programs typically include combinations of online instruction, cohorts, compressed or accelerated courses, and prior learning assessment. Similarly constructed programs for nontraditional students at public community colleges are less common. A review of the Council for Accelerated Programs’ website reveals only twelve of the 98-member institutions are community or technical colleges, and only one is in California (Council for Accelerated Programs, n.d.). In 2016, Shasta-Tehama-Trinity Joint Community College District in California created the Accelerated College …


Institutional Teaching, Learning And Assessment Strategy, July 2015 To July 2020; Version 3 – July 2017 (Updated February 2018), Cct College Dublin Feb 2018

Institutional Teaching, Learning And Assessment Strategy, July 2015 To July 2020; Version 3 – July 2017 (Updated February 2018), Cct College Dublin

Past Institutional Reports

Teaching, learning and assessment at CCT College Dublin takes place in the national and international context of Higher education. We recognise the importance of a carefully considered teaching, learning and assessment strategy spanning the diverse needs of the institution, its programmes and stakeholders. This is the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy 2015 to 2020 and supports and enhances teaching, learning and assessment across the institution and through all programmes. It reflects the current practices within the environment while recognising the on-going positive developments within the sector and beyond, allowing for continuous audit, enhancement and improvement. While smaller documents and policies …


Examining The Relationships Between Gender Role Congruity, Identity, And The Choice To Persist For Women In Undergraduate Physics Majors, Bronwen Bares Pelaez Nov 2017

Examining The Relationships Between Gender Role Congruity, Identity, And The Choice To Persist For Women In Undergraduate Physics Majors, Bronwen Bares Pelaez

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Persistent gender disparity limits the available contributors to advancing some science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. While higher education can be an influential time-point for ensuring adequate participation, many physics programs across the U.S. have few women in classroom or lab settings. Prior research indicates that these women face considerable barriers. For university students, faculty, and administration to appropriately address these issues, it is important to understand the experiences of women as they navigate male-dominated STEM fields.

This explanatory sequential mixed methods study explored undergraduate female physics majors’ experiences with their male-dominated academic and research spaces in the U.S. …