Now showing items 1-20 of 120

    • TSM Integration Project: Integrating Technology, Science, and Mathematics in the Middle School 

      LaPorte, James E.; Sanders, Mark E. (The Technology Teacher, 1993)
      "Technological knowledge has existed far longer than scientific knowledge. Prior to the 1950s, the majority of the technological inventions and innovations did not rely upon scientific theory for their development. In the ...
    • Science and Technology: A New Alliance 

      Sanders, Mark E. (Science Scope, 1993)
      "The Technology/Science/Math (T/S/M) Integration Project is an attempt to bring these areas together by better coordinating instruction. In doing so, content is more relevant and therefore better internalized by students." ...
    • Technology, Science, Mathematics Integration 

      LaPorte, James E. (Council on Technology Teacher Education, 1995)
      "The idea of integrating technology, science, and mathematics curricula makes sense from a variety of perspectives. There is growing support from all three school disciplines involved. Moreover, the nature of learning promoted ...
    • Academic and social integration in cyberspace: Students and e-mail 

      Gatz, L. B.; Hirt, J. B. (Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2000)
      Academic and social integration have traditionally been measured through interactions between students and the college environment (e.g., contact with faculty and other students outside of class). The proliferation of ...
    • Strategies and Challenges Involved in the Eradication of Rubella; Justification for Inclusion of Rubella Vaccine in Nigeria’s National Program on Immunization 

      Obilade, Titilola T. (Virginia Tech, 2002-03-08)
      Rubella is also known as German measles. Rubella is caused by a togavirus which spreads by droplet infection. One attack confers a high degree of immunity. It tends to infect older children, adolescents and young adults ...
    • The effect of the Clery Act on campus judicial practices 

      Gregory, D. E.; Janosik, S. M. (Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2003)
      This article describes a study seeking to assess perceptions of campus judicial officers/members of the Association for Student Judicial Affairs (ASJA) regarding the effectiveness of the Clery Act (Campus Security Act) on ...
    • The impact of the Clery Campus Crime Disclosure Act on student behavior 

      Janosik, S. M.; Gehring, D. D. (Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2003)
      In this national study on the impact of the Clery Campus Crime Disclosure and Reporting Act, 305 college administrators distributed questionnaires to 9,150 undergraduate students. Student knowledge of the Act and changes ...
    • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Teaching Technology Education 

      Sanders, Mark E. (Council on Technology Teacher Education, 2003)
      "The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the instructional strategy of the interdisciplinary approach to teaching. The development of education has resulted in a separation of subjects in the school setting. Technology ...
    • Exploring the link between inquiry paradigm and the process of collaboration 

      Creamer, E. G. (Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2003)
      Case studies of long-term collaborators here test the links between inquiry paradigm or worldview and the practical aspects of the conduct of scholarly inquiry. The findings reveal that differences in ontological and ...
    • Parents' views on the Clery Act and campus safety 

      Janosik, S. M. (Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2004)
      In a single institution study of 435 parents, the researcher found that parents 'knowleage of the Clery Act and their use of the information contained in the federally mandated report to be low. Parent responses to crime ...
    • The Plight of the Visually Impaired in Africa 

      Obilade, Titilola T. (Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria. Lagos State Branch, 2004)
      Africa is one of the largest continents of the world and ironically beset with overwhelming problems in preventive medicine. While consumers of fast food products in the United States of America can sue the fast food chain ...
    • The Role of the Doctor in Managing an Abused Child 

      Obilade, Titilola T. (Virginia Tech, 2004-12-28)
      There are different forms of abuse perpetuated against children. The most common forms of abuse are sexual, psychological, physical and child neglect. There are several signs that the doctor should look out for when faced ...
    • Child Abuse and Disabled Children 

      Obilade, Titilola T. (Virginia Tech, 2004-12-28)
      Children with disabilities are a population at a higher risk of abuse and maltreatment. Studies have shown that children with disabilities are 3.4 times more likely to be abused than nondisabled peers. These disabilities ...
    • Self-Authorship and Women's Career Decision Making 

      Creamer, Elizabeth G.; Laughlin, Anne (Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2005)
      Current career literature provides little insight into how women interpret career-relevant experiences, advice, or information, particularly when it is contradictory. This paper uses findings from interviews with 40 college ...
    • VT World Connections, Fall Semester 2005 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2005)
      This newsletter from the Center for Research and Development in International Education (CRADIE) provides information about the international efforts of School of Education faculty.
    • The nature of student affairs work at historically black colleges and universities 

      Hirt, Joan B.; Strayhorn, Terrell L.; Amelink, Catherine T.; Bennett, Belinda R. (Johns Hopkins Univ Press, 2006)
      This qualitative study examined the nature of work for 70 administrators (67% female, 33 male) who provide services to students at historically Black colleges and universities. Data were collected by administering the ...
    • VT World Connections, Spring Semester 2006 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2006)
      This newsletter from the Center for Research and Development in International Education (CRADIE) provides information about the international efforts of School of Education faculty.
    • VT World Connections, Fall Semester 2006 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2006)
      This newsletter from the Center for Research and Development in International Education (CRADIE) provides information about the international efforts of School of Education faculty.
    • VT World Connections, Fall Semester 2007 

      Unknown author (Virginia Tech, 2007)
      This newsletter from the Center for Research and Development in International Education (CRADIE) provides information about the international efforts of School of Education faculty.