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Fostering Conceptual Understanding in Mathematical Statistics

Jennifer L. Green, Erin E. Blankenship
2015 American Statistician  
after the release of the Guidelines for the Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) College Report (GAISE, 2005) and the subsequent movement to stress conceptual understanding and foster  ...  In this paper, we discuss various instructional approaches, activities and assessments that can be used to foster active learning and emphasize conceptual understanding while still covering the necessary  ...  We discuss each of these types of assessments and provide examples for how we use them to stress conceptual understanding and foster active learning.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00031305.2015.1069759 fatcat:53eqqxillffj5jkvd5tdgkapsq

Ethical Considerations in Data

Leigh Phan, Stephanie Labou, Ibraheem Ali, Erin Foster
2021 Zenodo  
Leigh Phan -Data Science Facilitator, UCLA Library Data Science Center o Stephanie Labou -Data Science Librarian, UC San Diego Library o lbraheem Ali -Science Data Librarian, UCLA, Biomedical Library o Erin  ...  Foster -ROM Program Service Lead, UC Berkeley• We're not the experts or have all the solutions, but are presenting concepts to consider in your own work • Topics we'll cover Workshop Overview Introductions  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5297227 fatcat:ezvsn5wurrapjjeifbm6qvnsc4

Introduction [chapter]

Justin B. Hollander, Erin Graves, Henry Renski, Cara Foster-Karim, Andrew Wiley, Dibyendu Das
2016 Urban Social Listening  
doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59491-4_1 fatcat:4znfx5pb3zfhdjuyayoyy344um

Creating Habits for Inclusive Change

Pennie Foster-Fishman, Erin Watson
2018 The Foundation Review  
The system scan helped this collaborative foster action in several ways.  ...  Foster-Fishman and Watson Tools significant personal and systems development can emerge (Checkland & Scholes, 1990) .  ... 
doi:10.9707/1944-5660.1443 fatcat:qqhm3g7bcndnbgyyyimohhpkyu

Fostering Healthy Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Development Through Effective Implementation and Scale-Up

Erin Kellogg
2020 Journal of Youth Development  
A recent report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine entitled Fostering Healthy Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Development in Children and Youth: A National Agenda explores  ...  Overall, effective implementation of a well-researched program to foster healthy MEB development at scale depends on an interactive system that provides the capacity to implement and continuously improve  ...  roles played by leadership, such as championing the program and marketing it to stakeholders; institutionalizing the program through a combination of funding, contracting, and improvement plans, and fostering  ... 
doi:10.5195/jyd.2020.950 fatcat:gnvw7rri6rcivhoxvyeol4dcby

Is Subjective Knowledge the Key to Fostering Sustainable Behavior? Mixed Evidence from an Education Intervention in Mexico

Aaron Redman, Erin Redman
2016 Education Sciences  
Author Contributions: Aaron Redman and Erin Redman conceived and designed the experiments; Aaron and Erin performed the experiments; Aaron analyzed the data; Aaron and Erin wrote the paper.  ...  Or is it necessary to foster university-wide (or community wide) social norms?  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci7010004 fatcat:2t7zg2hbnvhmjd4vchmgluieee

Revitalizing Hypothesis

Erin Foster, Carol Perryman
2021 Hypothesis : the newsletter of the Research Section of MLA  
Revitalizing Hypothesis Erin D Foster, MSLS Hypothesis has existed for over 30 years -the first issue was released in 1987 with at least one issue published per year since its debut.  ...  Carol & Erin of Medicine (US). Digital Collections [Internet]. Bethesda (MD): Hypothesis, vol. 30, no. 1, Fall/Winter 2018  ... 
doi:10.18060/25137 fatcat:iylziym5mfaabih3azq77xu2nq

Mental health interventions for children in foster care: A systematic review

Erin P. Hambrick, Shani Oppenheim-Weller, Amanda M. N'zi, Heather N. Taussig
2016 Children and youth services review  
Six interventions were developed for children in foster care. Interventions not developed for children in foster care were typically adapted to the foster context.  ...  Keywords Foster care; interventions; treatment; systematic review; child maltreatment; engagement Approximately 400,000 children in the US are in foster care each year (U.S.  ...  Table 2 2 Status of Evidence for Interventions for Children in Foster Care Intervention Created for Foster Care Adapted for Foster Care Efficacy Trial in Foster Care Efficacy Trial in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2016.09.002 pmid:28496286 pmcid:PMC5421550 fatcat:xe5vuuj54nbohabj6miufxi7gu

MLA 2017 Debrief

Erin D. Foster
2021 Hypothesis : the newsletter of the Research Section of MLA  
Bibliometrics in Action RESEARCH SECTION NEWS Erin D. Foster Foster, Erin D.  ...  Erin D.  ... 
doi:10.18060/25206 fatcat:vnbvq3wjdratngpwbwht3ipswa

Editorial

Carol L. Perryman, Erin D. Foster
2019 Hypothesis : the newsletter of the Research Section of MLA  
Erin D. Foster, MSLS Co-editor, Hypothesis Data Services Librarian Ruth Lilly Medical Library Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis, IN Carol L.  ... 
doi:10.18060/23826 fatcat:ydgavu2lfbbktkzdegyo3huf2u

Open Science Framework (OSF)

Erin D. Foster, MSLS, Ariel Deardorff, MLIS
2017 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open source, research workflow web application developed and maintained by the Center for Open Science (COS).
doi:10.5195/jmla.2017.88 fatcat:2eotd43rlzes7iwwr6z6i6ncru

Review of Hayes-Brady, C, 2016. The Unspeakable Failures of David Foster Wallace: Language, Identity, Resistance. London: Bloomsbury

Erin K. Reilly
2017 Orbit: A Journal of American Literature  
The Unspeakable Failures of David Foster Wallace  ...  The Unspeakable Failures of David Foster Wallace in medical humanities, which Clare Hayes-Brady's work never purported to do.  ... 
doi:10.16995/orbit.201 fatcat:z5hq3nsqgbcm5bqbuywxxcmoky

Fostering student engagement through a real-world, collaborative project across disciplines and institutions

Laura Mebert, Roy Barnes, Jacqueline Dalley, Leszek Gawarecki, Farnaz Ghazi-Nezami, Gregory Shafer, Jill Slater, Erin Yezbick
2020 Higher Education Pedagogies  
This article fills this gap by offering such a model and reporting on its effectiveness in fostering student engagement.  ...  2020) Fostering student engagement through a real-world, collaborative project across disciplines and institutions, Higher Education Pedagogies, 5:1, 30-51, ABSTRACT Ample research has identified several  ...  Bigg et al. (2018) found that student collaboration across two universities in a large-scale community-based project reinforced students' academic learning through its engaged approach, and also fostered  ... 
doi:10.1080/23752696.2020.1750306 fatcat:l23og4owr5gkpjiw22zjn6rf5i

Thermo in the Time of COVID-19: Using Improvisation to Foster Discussion and Translating the Experience to Online Learning

Erin Lavik
2020 Biomedical Engineering Education  
Improvisational activities were found to help foster discussion in a thermodynamics seminar class, and some of these improvisational activities can be translated online in ways that may help to foster  ...  This paper covers teaching a graduate thermodynamics class as a seminar and using improvisational activities to foster community and discussion.  ...  Laughter fosters breathing, and deep breaths are important in our classes right now. FIGURE 1 . 1 FIGURE 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s43683-020-00022-z pmid:35141717 pmcid:PMC7466914 fatcat:k5yozyofszh2nf5k53gtycaomi

Vole disturbances and plant diversity in a grassland metacommunity

Erin J. Questad, Bryan L. Foster
2007 Oecologia  
We studied the disturbance associated with prairie vole burrows and its effects on grassland plant diversity at the patch (1 m 2 ) and metacommunity (>5 ha) scales. We expected vole burrows to increase patch-scale plant species diversity by locally reducing competition for resources or creating niche opportunities that increase the presence of fugitive species. At the metacommunity scale, we expected burrows to increase resource heterogeneity and have a community composition distinct from the
more » ... trix. We measured resource variables and plant community composition in 30 paired plots representing disturbed burrows and undisturbed matrix patches in a cool-season grassland. Vole disturbance affected the mean values of nine resource variables measured and contributed more to resource heterogeneity in the metacommunity than matrix plots. Disturbance increased local plant species richness, metacommunity evenness, and the presence and abundance of fugitive species. To learn more about the contribution of burrow and matrix habitats to metacommunity diversity, we compared community similarity among burrow and matrix plots. Using Sorenson's similarity index, which considers only presence-absence data, we found no difference in community similarity among burrows and matrix plots. Using a proportional similarity index, which considers both presence-absence and relative abundance data, we found low community similarity among burrows. Burrows appeared to shift the identity of dominant species away from the species dominant in the matrix. They also allowed subordinate species to persist in higher abundances. The patterns we observed are consistent with several diversity-maintaining mechanisms, including a successional mosaic and alternative successional trajectories. We also found evidence that prairie voles may be ecosystem engineers.
doi:10.1007/s00442-007-0734-y pmid:17440750 fatcat:o4acjfmv3zeejpb6pi5sm743zq
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