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Pediatric traumatic brain injury and educational identification: estimating injury severity using data from a TBI screening tool
Traumatic brain injury is a significant source of disability in children and its sequelae can significantly impact a child's academic abilities and school success. Only a small percentage of children who sustain a TBI, ...
REaL factor: how relevance and learning combine to create student engagement in the classroom, The
This dissertation investigates the effect of teacher behaviors on student engagement in the classroom, and the relationship between student engagement and learning, with specific attention given to transformational learning. ...
Perceptions of organizational culture of a multi-campus community college district: mixed methods in concert
Author(s):Kuster Dale, Kimberly
This concurrent, mixed-methods case study analyzed perceptions of current and preferred organizational culture within a rural, multi-campus community college district. This phenomenon was examined by analyzing and comparing ...
Design and construction of electric motor dynamometer and grid attached storage laboratory
The purpose of this thesis is to describe the design and development of a laboratory facility to both educate students on electric vehicle components as well as allow researchers to gain experimental results of ...
Hochbegabte kinder - das unterdrückte genie -- was treibt Hans Giebenrath unter das rad?: eine neuere perspektive zu Herman Hesses Unterm Rad, in bezug auf die idee ,das lernen als strafe'
The current discussion on Hermann Hesse's 1906 book, Unterm Rad, leaves many open-ended questions. Because the storyline so closely follows Hermann Hesse's personal biography, it obfuscates his authorial intentions and ...
Culture and leadership in a public university setting: implications for shared governance and change
Author(s):Mills, Edward E.
Noting a lack of quantitative research on perceptions of culture, leadership and change in the shared governance environment of Higher Education, this study utilized the Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (Cameron ...
Archaeological investigations of the River Bluffs Open Space, Windsor, Colorado: a case study in cooperation between artifact collectors, the public, and archaeologists
Author(s):Anderson, Jessica E.
The River Bluffs Open Space, located in Windsor, Colorado has experienced changes to both its environment and its cultural resources throughout history. The Harvester site (5LR12641) and the Weinmeister site (5LR12174), ...
Building capacity and integrating training, education and experience: the Fire Learning Network's Prescribed Burn Training Exchanges
Author(s):Spencer, Andrew G.
Prescribed fire is an important tool for forest and rangeland management, but there are barriers to its use, including a lack of qualified personnel with the necessary ecological knowledge and operational expertise. In ...
Messaging and national park visitor attitudes
Author(s):Taff, Brendan Derrick
National Park Service annual visitation is approaching 300 million, and managers must balance internal stress, such as visitor use, and external stress, such as noise from aircraft overflights, while protecting resource ...
Female graduate students in atmospheric science explain what supports and challenges their persistence
Author(s):Trott, Carlie D.
Women are underrepresented in Atmospheric Science (ATS) higher education, particularly at the doctoral level (NSF, 2012c). The present study explored how female ATS graduate students explain their persistence in the field, ...