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Pacific Review 2020, Alumni Association Of The University Of The Pacific Dec 2020

Pacific Review 2020, Alumni Association Of The University Of The Pacific

Pacific Magazine and Pacific Review

No abstract provided.


History Of The Iowa High School Speech Association Research Project, Amanda Knox Dec 2020

History Of The Iowa High School Speech Association Research Project, Amanda Knox

Leadership Education Capstones

This document provides the Powerpoint slides for "Comprehensive Exam Presentation History of the Iowa High School Speech Association Research Project" by Amanda Knox for her Leadership Education Capstone project.


The Convergence Of Our American And Ghanaian Lives: A Narrative Inquiry, Hope Marie Zikpi Nov 2020

The Convergence Of Our American And Ghanaian Lives: A Narrative Inquiry, Hope Marie Zikpi

USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations

There is little in the body of literature about the experience of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in Ghana from their perspectives. In this inquiry, four adult orphans and one doctoral candidate employed a narrative framework to share their stories about growing up in a children’s home in the Central Region of Ghana and how their lives converged as they spent time together over the course of two and one half years. Through narrative interviews and conversations with the participants, themes of food insecurity, bullying, lacking basic needs, and finding emotional support in peers emerged. In addition, each participant shared …


Spectrum, November 4, Sacred Heart University Nov 2020

Spectrum, November 4, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Fairfield Listed as a "Red Zone" -- The Great Debate -- Why is Among Us So Popular -- Theta Phi Alpha Open Recruitment -- Public Relations Students Society of America -- Pinky Swear PACK Club -- Film and Zoom Reunions


Spectrum, October 28, Sacred Heart University Oct 2020

Spectrum, October 28, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Are Students Voting? -- Study Abroad Cancelled -- Is Blackboard Ultra Better? -- First 50 Days of SHU -- Stage 2 Of Theaterfest -- Sports


The History, Evolution, And Trends Of Academic Dishonesty: A Literature Review, Amy Zachek Oct 2020

The History, Evolution, And Trends Of Academic Dishonesty: A Literature Review, Amy Zachek

The Nebraska Educator: A Student-Led Journal

Academic dishonesty is a murky problem without a commonly agreed upon solution in American higher education. It has a long-standing history in higher education but a short history in academic literature, it has evolved rapidly and longitudinally (McCabe & Trevino, 1996), and it has several easily apparent trends and others that the majority of researchers are in disagreement about. While traversing this perilous landscape of dichotomies, this paper will examine connections and gaps in the literature, make suggestions and recommendations for future study based off of these results, and examine the implications that these recommendations could have on higher education …


Spectrum, October 21, Sacred Heart University Oct 2020

Spectrum, October 21, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: SHU Drops Out of UB Deal -- SHU Begins Saliva COVID-19 Testing -- News -- Just a Little Boost -- The Missing Link


Spectrum, October 14, Sacred Heart University Oct 2020

Spectrum, October 14, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: President Trump Contracts COVID-19 -- "Breaking the Glass Ceiling -- Fun Fall Festivities -- Her Campus -- New Semester, New Sorority


Spectrum, October 7, Sacred Heart University Oct 2020

Spectrum, October 7, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: The First Presidential Debate -- New Director of Residential Life -- New Update, Who This? -- SHU Diversity and Inclusion -- "The Pulse" is Back -- A Night of COVID Comedy


Lincoln And Education, Rolando Avila, Anita Pankake Oct 2020

Lincoln And Education, Rolando Avila, Anita Pankake

History Faculty Publications and Presentations

The current norm of compulsory formal schooling includes a system in which schools teach state mandated curriculum, parents are held legally responsible to assure their children attend school until they reach a certain age, and students are confined within set class meeting times and set locations during their schooling years. The two terms, education and schooling, have been increasingly used synonymously. Our assertion here is that education is a more inclusive term than schooling. More importantly, using Abraham Lincoln as a biographical model, we argue that a good education can be achieved in different ways.


Spectrum, September 30, Sacred Heart University Sep 2020

Spectrum, September 30, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: A Tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- Merton Hall Lockdown -- No More Tiktok? -- Mud Magazine -- Editorials


Spectrum, September 23, Sacred Heart University Sep 2020

Spectrum, September 23, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights: Sacred Heart launches new Multicultural Center --The future of America --Campus life during a pandemic --Students banned from campus --Let the band play on --Take a deep breath --Arts & Entertainment: The show must go on; Kancelled With the Kardashians --Sports: Julius Chestnut named preseason All-American; Hockey delays start of season --Editorial: Welcome to Audrey's Corner; Living on campus during a pandemic.


“Eliminating The Drudge Work”: Campaigning For University-Based Nursing Education In Australia, 1920-1935, Madonna Grehan Dr Sep 2020

“Eliminating The Drudge Work”: Campaigning For University-Based Nursing Education In Australia, 1920-1935, Madonna Grehan Dr

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

At his death in 1945, Sir James William Barrett, a medical doctor in the state of Victoria left a bequest to the University of Melbourne, his alma mater. Barrett’s entire professional life was conducted at the University. According to his will, Barrett had been so influenced by his experiences of American universities which offered education in nursing that he directed a sum of money to the University of Melbourne for the foundation and/or development of a School of Nursing.

The background to Barrett’s bequest is a complex episode in Australian nursing education history that has received little attention. In the …


Co-Teaching Botany And History: An Interdisciplinary Model For A More Inclusive Curriculum, Frederica Bowcutt, Tamara Caulkins Sep 2020

Co-Teaching Botany And History: An Interdisciplinary Model For A More Inclusive Curriculum, Frederica Bowcutt, Tamara Caulkins

All Faculty Scholarship for the College of the Sciences

This essay offers numerous ideas on how to integrate science and history into classroom pedagogy in a way that acknowledges the contributions of women and other groups underrepresented in science by highlighting the cultural and political contexts in which science developed rather than by adding token individuals to a history of science still largely defined by the achievements of a few great men. It details how students in a General Education class co-taught by a botanist and a historian of science at the Evergreen State College not only gained skills in field botany and vegetation analysis but also became more …


St. Mary’S University Institute On Chinese Law And Business: Remarkable Success In The First Ten Years, Robert H. Hu Sep 2020

St. Mary’S University Institute On Chinese Law And Business: Remarkable Success In The First Ten Years, Robert H. Hu

St. Mary's Law Journal

Abstract forthcoming.


The Economics Of Artificial Intelligence: A Primer For Social Studies Educators, Scott Wolla Aug 2020

The Economics Of Artificial Intelligence: A Primer For Social Studies Educators, Scott Wolla

The Councilor: A National Journal of the Social Studies

This paper provides a framework for understanding the economic effects of automation and artificial intelligence (AI). First, it reviews how physical capital interacts with labor in the context of automation and AI. Next, it discusses recent advances in AI and potential economic outcomes such as job market polarization and income inequality. It then describes the role education has played in previous economic transitions and the role it will likely play as technology advances. Finally, the paper identifies key economic concepts and teaching resources that social studies educators can integrate into their instruction to help students understand the economic effects of …


Are Christian Schools Worth Having?, Robert Bruinsma Jun 2020

Are Christian Schools Worth Having?, Robert Bruinsma

Pro Rege

No abstract provided.


Teaching Portfolio: Nick Whalen, Nick Whalen May 2020

Teaching Portfolio: Nick Whalen, Nick Whalen

History Graduate Certificate Portfolios

Nick Whalen's Teaching Portfolio captured on May 20, 2020. This capture includes screenshots of the various portfolio pages found on Nick's webpage (https://nickwhalenhistory.weebly.com/). Where possible, copies of the documents found on the pages have been included as Additional Files.

This portfolio contains the following layout:

  • Home/About Me

  • History Graduate Certificate

  • Primary Source Analysis (contains HIST 530 Minnesota: 1862 – Artifact 1, HIST 530 Minnesota: 1862 – Artifact 2, and HIST 530 British, Caribbean/Colonial America – Artifact 3)

  • Secondary Source Analysis (contains: HIST 532 Pirates of the Atlantic World – Artifact 1, HIST 555 Revolutionary/Early National America – Artifact …


The History Of The Doctoral Program In Organizational Leadership At Brandman University From An Innovation Theory Perspective: Alpha Cohort 2012, Jennifer Dinielli May 2020

The History Of The Doctoral Program In Organizational Leadership At Brandman University From An Innovation Theory Perspective: Alpha Cohort 2012, Jennifer Dinielli

Dissertations

Purpose: The purpose of this historical research study was to document the development of the Doctoral Program in Organizational Leadership at Brandman University from concept and design to implementation with the Alpha cohort of 2012. In addition, it was the purpose of this study to chronicle the decisions that guided program development and the factors that influenced key leaders and decisions from an innovation perspective of Bolman and Deal’s four-frame model of structural, human resource, political, and symbolic frames. Methodology: In this historical study, artifact and relic review and interviews were utilized to secure data from key leaders involved in …


Connecting To History Through Service-Learning: A Qualitative Case Study Investigating Student Engagement In Core History Courses, Kimberly D. Stokes May 2020

Connecting To History Through Service-Learning: A Qualitative Case Study Investigating Student Engagement In Core History Courses, Kimberly D. Stokes

Theses and Dissertations

Surveys have shown that students are not enthusiastic about taking history in college; some describe the discipline as boring and unnecessary. College is a setting where students are investing in themselves, exploring new knowledge to build a career, and gaining insight into the person they want to become in the future. Learning history through a traditional lecture method where memorization of names, dates, and events seems to be the norm is not appealing to students. Universities, promoting the thought that a well-rounded education is beneficial, commonly add history to the collection of general education core courses that are required for …


Spectrum Senior Issue, 2020, Sacred Heart University Apr 2020

Spectrum Senior Issue, 2020, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: A letter from Dr. Petillo to the Class of 2020 --Editorials from the senior members of the Spectrum board reflecting on their time at SHU --An editorial from our advisor, Professor Joanne Kabak.


The Space They Take: Evaluating Historically White Fraternities Through Critical Race Theory, Fonda M. Heenehan Apr 2020

The Space They Take: Evaluating Historically White Fraternities Through Critical Race Theory, Fonda M. Heenehan

The Vermont Connection

Fraternities and sororities are not often thought of as the starting points for social justice education, especially not historically White fraternities and sororities. In this paper, I outline the missions and values of a select group of historically White fraternities to better understand the foundation from which they are starting their organization. I give an overview of Critical Race Theory (CRT) that gives context for how critical race theory can work in higher education. I conclude with recommendations for reworking historically White fraternities with a CRT lens; recommendations are written for national organizations and students, and then for professional staff …


The History You Don’T Know, And The History You Do: The Promise Of Signature Pedagogies In History Education, Dave Powell Apr 2020

The History You Don’T Know, And The History You Do: The Promise Of Signature Pedagogies In History Education, Dave Powell

Education Faculty Publications

The persistent separation of subject-matter content and pedagogical training in traditional teacher education programs has made it difficult for many beginning teachers to establish a base of knowledge they can use to develop pedagogical content knowledge as their careers unfold. While existing efforts to bridge this gap have focused on intensive collaborations between education faculty and their colleagues in disciplinary fields, or on the integration of disciplinary knowledge into teacher education coursework, work still can be done to address the problem of providing beginning teachers with the balance of deep and flexible content knowledge complemented by practical teaching maneuvers that …


Stories That Shape Us, Lauren Dubas Apr 2020

Stories That Shape Us, Lauren Dubas

Honors Expanded Learning Clubs

This club is a Mythology Club that explores popular greek myths through fun and interactive activities. These actives are designed with 4th and 5th graders in mind, and are meant to provide an interesting way to interact with the mythology material presented during each lesson. The lessons do not build off of one another, and can be used in any order and still retain understanding of that myth.


Cunningham Collection Finding Aid: Container List, Christiane M J Hennequin Apr 2020

Cunningham Collection Finding Aid: Container List, Christiane M J Hennequin

ACER historical documents

This document provides background information to the Finding Aid to the Cunningham Collection. Dr Kenneth Stewart Cunningham (1890 – 1976) was a leading Australian educationalist and educational researcher who was instrumental in the creation and development of the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). After his death in 1976, Dr Cunningham’s daughter, Lesley Cunningham, became the custodian of her father’s personal papers. Much of this material was donated to the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) by Lesley Cunningham a few years before her death.


Cunningham Collection Finding Aid: Box 9506, Christiane M J Hennequin Apr 2020

Cunningham Collection Finding Aid: Box 9506, Christiane M J Hennequin

ACER historical documents

This is a finding aid to the first box accessioned as part of the Cunningham Collection. The collection contains papers, documents, photographs, films, and ephemera pertaining to Dr Cunningham’s personal and professional life, as well as a few items from his wife, Ella, and daughter, Lesley. The collections items range from personal and professional correspondence and records (such as memberships to various organisations), a large album of French photographic postcards from the WWI period, several passports (including one United Nations diplomatic passport), a selection of pocket diaries, travel diaries, address books, notebooks, notes/memos, some publications (including Dr Cunningham’s Columbia University …


The Rise And Fall Of South Carolina College, Robert D. Cathcart Iii Apr 2020

The Rise And Fall Of South Carolina College, Robert D. Cathcart Iii

Senior Theses

Through a thorough examination of the underpinnings of Classical education, as well as the history of South Carolina College, it is clear that the classical system is superior to the later University system imposed upon the College during the Reconstruction period. Classical education began in the Greek philosophic schools, such as the Academy and the Lyceum, and was intended to enrich the soul of its students, as well as to equip them for leadership in the future. But the most important aspect of this education was its universality. It is highly ironic that the original concept of the University …


Experience Informed Philosophy, Tegan W. Nusser Mar 2020

Experience Informed Philosophy, Tegan W. Nusser

Educational Considerations

John Dewey's philosophy of education did not arise in a vacuum. Much as Dewey himself would have recognized, his experiences shaped his philosophy. The experiences described include Dewey's time as a boy in Burlington, Vermont; his graduate education at Johns Hopkins University, and his first academic post at the University of Michigan; concluding with his time at the University of Chicago with his famous laboratory school. Following each narrative, Dewey's experiences are connected with and compared to his landmark publication Democracy and Education. Special consideration to the alignment of theory and practice helps to guide interpretation of his experiences with …


Founder's Day 2020, Sacred Heart University Mar 2020

Founder's Day 2020, Sacred Heart University

Founder's Day Programs

Today would have been our annual celebration of the founding of Sacred Heart and a time to honor employees who are celebrating significant anniversaries. Although, we cannot be together, we want to congratulate all our 2020 honorees and thank them for their dedicated years of service and contributions to the University.


Juxtaposing Primary- And Intermediate-Elementary Trade Books’ Historical Representation Of Amelia Earhart, Rachael A. Burkhardt Mar 2020

Juxtaposing Primary- And Intermediate-Elementary Trade Books’ Historical Representation Of Amelia Earhart, Rachael A. Burkhardt

The Councilor: A National Journal of the Social Studies

Amelia Earhart can be used in the classroom not only to interest students but can also be used to cover Common Core State Standards (CCSS), National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) framework, and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). When teaching Amelia Earhart, textbooks, trade books, and primary sources can be used, however one must be careful with the misrepresentations each resource can portray. To look at what is misrepresented, omitted, and included within primary and intermediate grade level trade books, 32 books were scrutinized. The trade books being analyzed were found to have some historically representative and misrepresentative elements …