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Do sex differences in reported weight loss intentions and behaviours persist across demographic characteristics and weight status in youth? A systematic review

Stephanie A. Houle-Johnson, Lisa Kakinami
2018 BMC Public Health  
differences persisted across demographic characteristics (race/ethnicity, grade level) and weight status.  ...  Evidence suggests that young females are more likely to try to lose weight than young males, however whether this sex difference persists across demographic characteristics and weight status is unclear  ...  Funders played no role in design and conduct of the study; collection, management, analysis, and interpretation of the data; and preparation, review, or approval of the manuscript; and decision to submit  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-018-6179-x fatcat:uptr3wlpo5dqthvxbzry4rb2h4

An Exploration of Teacher Preparation Practices with Foundational Knowledge of Literacy

Marla Robertson, Utah State University, Laurie Sharp, Roberta Raymond, Rebekah Piper, Tarleton State University, University of Houston Clear Lake, Texas A & M University San Antonio
2020 Northwest Journal of Teacher Education  
literacy associated with foundational knowledge are addressed sufficiently.  ...  Data analysis revealed three themes: Teacher Educator Pedagogy, Course Content, Student and Program Expectations.  ...  engagements, and tutoring activities."  ... 
doi:10.15760/nwjte.2020.15.3.2 fatcat:bujhm4hqqna4jfbuvaq7bdht5e

Widening interest, widening participation: factors influencing school students' aspirations to study medicine

Alexander J. Martin, Benjamin J. Beska, Greta Wood, Nicola Wyatt, Anthony Codd, Gillian Vance, Bryan Burford
2018 BMC Medical Education  
Methods: Workshops were undertaken with school students aged 16-17 years ('Year 12', n = 122 across three workshops) and 13-14 years ('Year 9', n = 295 across three workshops).  ...  Workshops used a variety of methods to identify and discuss participants' perceptions of medicine, medical school and the application process.  ...  The involvement of schools, teachers and the students who participated is also recognised with gratitude.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-018-1221-3 pmid:29843689 pmcid:PMC5975409 fatcat:vpy3sjgrandppbc7wy7rnvadzy

Epilogue [chapter]

Deborah Brandt
2020 Approaches to Lifespan Writing Research: Generating an Actionable Coherence  
Consistent with the wide ranging approaches characteristic of teaching and scholarship in writing across the curriculum, the series presents works that take divergent perspectives on working as a writer  ...  And we see that to share the power of writing is to share the means for all to articulate their needs, interest, and learning into the great experiment of literacy.  ...  children in grades 1-12.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2020.1053.3.2 fatcat:xvmeodke7fezrk2pmmyeeh4vtu

Complete Issue Volume 10 Issue 3

Editor, Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
2012 The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
The keywords should be formatted identically to the abstract with one line space between the abstract and the keywords.  ...  Acknowledgments The research reported in this paper was funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation, #ESI-0554486 Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank the students of the tDPT program  ...  The demographic data collected on each student included their major (2-year Associate or 4-year Bachelor), gender and class meeting time (day or evening).  ... 
doaj:304f377605a649c99ebb2bcc3d1205a7 fatcat:66t6yww6x5gb5ftcyxqusvydyi

A Content Analysis of AIAA/ITEA/ITEEA Conference Special Interest Sessions: 1978-2014

Philip A. Reed, James E. LaPorte
2015 Journal of Technology Education  
Association. National Academy of Engineering. (2006).  ...  DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 1-11 SUMMARY OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE GUIDELINES 1-12 CHALLENGES OF DEVELOPING THE NAEP TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING LITERACY FRAMEWORK 1-13 NEWNESS OF THE ENDEAVOR 1-13 DIFFUSE  ...  In the assessment, collaboration tasks will engage individual students with virtual (computergenerated) peers and experts.  ... 
doi:10.21061/jte.v26i3.a.2 fatcat:ytakrv7akrbhnax6uapk6a3z44

Library instruction and information literacy 2016

Latisha Reynolds, Amber Willenborg, Samantha McClellan, Rosalinda Hernandez Linares, Elizabeth Alison Sterner
2017 Reference Services Review  
Design/methodology/approach -This paper introduces and annotates English-language periodical articles, monographs, dissertations and other materials on library instruction and information literacy published  ...  Purpose -This paper aims to present recently published resources on information literacy and library instruction providing an introductory overview and a selected annotated bibliography of publications  ...  Experiment 2 presented students with multiple answers in the advice forums, and students preferred the information from self-identified experts.  ... 
doi:10.1108/rsr-08-2017-0028 fatcat:yyx3nnpesvb5jmjrego5okgooy

ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS OF TEACHERS TOWARD WRITING INSTRUCTION

Sandra Lee, Ron Oliver, Daniel Choi, Stefan Bean
2021 Zenodo  
school districts to ensure students receive high-quality writing instruction.  ...  The research explores two main approaches to writing, process-based, and product-based, with two upper-level elementary teachers. The theory of planned behavior guides the frame of the study.  ...  The research findings support that process-based writing instruction positively impacts the overall quality of writing on a larger scale across Grade 1-12.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4606752 fatcat:ilzjd6pwyngnrbverxhzcvahcm

Vol 56-1 Complete Issue

2021 Journal of STEM Teacher Education  
STEM educators can build upon this cultural trend as an opportunity to engage with family interest in STEM as an interdisciplinary approach extending beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries.  ...  Research identifies the family unit having a profound effect upon student learning and educational choices.  ...  School Science and Mathematics, 112(1), 12-19 Authors Lisa Hoffman Associate Professor Indiana University Southeast School of Education Email: lhh@ius.edu Emily Suh Assistant Professor Texas  ... 
doi:10.30707/jste56.1.1624981200.240105 fatcat:gw2l23uyd5adngpwz3fuwuewja

IRRODL Volume 13, Number 4

Various Authors
2012 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
However all these systems feature redundant affordances and powerful lock-in motivations that propel educators to use tools that they and their students are familiar with.  ...  ," applies group development models to formal education groups online and suggests a theoretical model to help explain, understand, and guide teacher and student behavior when engaged in collaborative  ...  I also thank my friend and colleague, Dr. Wendy Nielsen, for her time and effort in editing. Acknowledgement The authors appreciatively acknowledge the financial support provided by a grant from  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v13i4.1392 fatcat:xochcjv4jrdmfoijbpigbm5kca

The iPad Pilot Project: A Faculty Driven Effort to Use Mobile Technology in the Reinvention of the Liberal Arts

Mark K. McBeth, Kandi Turley-Ames, Yolonda L. Youngs, Laura Ahola-Young, Amy Brumfield
2015 Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology  
Acknowledgements The authors thank undergraduate students Lalla Maiga and Cyndi Trang for their initial work on the toxoplasmosis project.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements should identify grants or other financial support for this research by agency (source) and number (if appropriate).  ...  Unit Length, inches Point 1/12 Pica 1/6 Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology, Vol. 4, No. 1, June 2015. jotlt.indiana.edu Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology,  ... 
doi:10.14434/jotlt.v4n1.13216 fatcat:t3bitsql3ncixmkvkwolhawu4u

Proceedings of the Eighth Conference on Research in Mathematics Education in Ireland (MEI 8) [article]

M. Kingston, P. Grimes
2021 Zenodo  
Our conference theme, Accessing Mathematics: Inspiring Engaged Communities, aimed to situate mathematics as a pursuit that is accessible for all learners at all ages.  ...  Collectively, the authors seek to solidify and progress the research field of mathematics education and seek to further understand how we can provide meaningful access and experiences for all learners  ...  Culturally responsive teaching and the brain: Promoting authentic engagement and rigor among culturally and linguistically diverse students. Corwin.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5573968 fatcat:33bwf73razfulh4s5rjspi5btq

The Nebraska Educator, Volume 5

University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Education & Human Sciences
2020 ˆThe ‰Nebraska educator  
Karen Hux and Dr. Michael Hebert in the composition of this manuscript. THE NEBRASKA EDUCATOR, VOLUME 5 October 2020 | 20  ...  Exercise Science, 22, 1-12.  ...  This will help all students to connect and engage with the content in science classrooms.  ... 
doi:10.32873/unl.dc.ne000 fatcat:pyuahmegn5aztagexmi56iph5u

Validation psychométrique de la version arabe de la mesure de la force mentale

Issam Eddine Ben Chelbi, Jaouad Alem, Driss Boudhiba, Sabeur Hamrouni, Sabri Gaied Chortane
2021 Zenodo  
However, an interaction effect was observed when considering players' age (F (1, 12) = 5.150, p = 0.042, h 2 = 0.300).  ...  more active than Grade 4 and Grade 6 students.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5390588 fatcat:d3dgaiko4rhuvoxuq3v4mmcr5e

Annotated Bibliography

Alister Cumming
1990 The TESL Canada Journal  
Viz: A magazine for learners of English (ESL) , Numbers 1-12.  ...  Circle: An ESL and reading program for Cree and Ojibwe speaking children. Kindergarten level (1986), with Izatt, M., Moore, W., Speares, J. Grade one level (1986). Grade two level (1987).  ... 
doi:10.18806/tesl.v8i0.1016 fatcat:j4b54vyrd5gtdot5p3djmzyk4i
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