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Five First Year Teacher Perspectives on the Effects of Culturally Responsive Pedagogical Training
The perceived disconnect between culturally responsive teaching and rigorous instruction is a dangerous one. Without acknowledging that culturally responsive pedagogical training is necessary in order for teachers to be ...
Group collaborative computer programming with the aid of a robot: Discovery-based learning
The notion of discovery-based learning began in the early sixties (Bruner, 1961). Discovery-based learning has been considered an effective form of inquiry instruction particularly in a group learning environment because ...
Student Perspectives on Transition from Community College A.A.S. Programs to University
The global employment market demands an increasingly well prepared work force. Consequently, this trend is echoed in community college graduates transferring to four- year institutes. From 2009 to 2011, over 28,000 ...
Qviva: The Chosen: A Qualitative Contenta Analysis of the Portrayal of Latinos in a Reality TV Show
This study examines the portrayal of Latinos in a reality television show, Q’Viva. In the current political climate shaped largely by the media in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks, Latino immigrants, as well as ...
Perceptions of the Role of Social Workers in an Emergency Setting: An Ethnographic Study
Social Workers play a critical role in emergency medical settings and their presence has been associated with a decrease in inappropriate emergency room use, and with a reduction in initial and repeated emergency room ...