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Wyoming Politics: A Look Into the Effects of Conservative Political Traditions
For most of Wyoming’s statehood, Wyoming has been known as a conservative, Republican majority state. One of the core principles of conservatism is the value of tradition and the importance of sticking to the things that ...
First Year Seminars Effectiveness in Developing Competencies in Critical Thinking Learning Objectives Between Bridge and Non-Bridge Students at the University of Wyoming
Author(s):Ralston, Brett; Simon, Alexander
First year seminars have been adopted at many higher education institutions, their purpose being to increase retention rates and student success. At the University of Wyoming there is a Bridge program for underprepared ...
Social Work Perspective on American Indian Education in Wyoming, A
Author(s):Bullock, Remi A.
The history of education about and for American Indians in the United States is rooted in cultural elitism. Beginning in the 19th century and continuing into the 20th century, American Indian children were forcibly taken ...
An Exploration of Inquiry Social Studies Education
Exploration of Inquiry in Social Studies Education Daniel Good, Dr. Gabe Swarts Education UW Oral Honors Denver, Colorado The educational world is rapidly changing and growing. The way that learning is ...
Bringing Reading Back to the Classroom - EDTPA
Author(s):Hein, Brie N.
Student and Instructor Perceptions of Trust-Building in Online Courses
Author(s):Kennedy, Athena; Bruce, Mary Alice; Young, Suzanne
Restoration of native baboon-plant mutualisms following eradication of the invasive prickly pear cactus (Opuntia stricta)
When mammals select for fleshy fruits of introduced species, subsequent seed dispersal may increase a potential invader's rate of establishment and spread. We assessed whether olive baboons (Papio anubis) select for the ...
Educational Lessons and Strategies for Wildlife Educators and Teachers at Animal-Associated Wildlife Centers
Increasing industrialization and urbanization are causing a decreasing amount of non-urban wildlife interaction and nature experiences. Less contact with the natural world is potentially creating a lack of interest in the ...
Factors that Shape Outdoor Leaders : An Exploration of Outdoor Leadership Development Methods and Themes
Author(s):Ley, Gregory A.
Through my years of experience educating people in the outdoors I have continued to grow and improve my skillset. The definition of effective outdoor leadership is complex and not completely settled, but the methods by ...
Conservation of the Black-and-Chestnut Eagle in Ecuador
My research had two aspects; 1) Field research of the Golden-winged Manakin (Masius chrysopterus) 2) A literature search and interdisciplinary meeting on endangered Black-and-Chestnut Eagles (Spizaetus isidori). The ...