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Developing Socially Just Teachers

Joan L. Whipp
2013 Journal of Teacher Education  
First, using the research questions as a framework and considering my literature review on socially just teaching and CRT, a research assistant and I completed several separate readings of the interviews  ...  A Framework for Developing Justice-oriented Decisionmaking in Teachers Chubbuck (2010) offers a framework for thinking how teachers can make pedagogical decisions that aim at social justice.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487113494845 fatcat:vcsocmzuorezzgrifj4uoego6e

Promotional alternate reality games – more than "just" marketing

Stephanie Janes, Dr Daniel Hesford and Dr Keith M. John
2015 Arts and the Market  
This provides a strong platform from which to discuss player and producer attitudes towards the status of promotional ARGs as marketing materials.  ...  Promotional Alternate Reality Games -More Than 'Just' Marketing.  ...  Some questions were therefore open-ended and all closed-ended questions were accompanied by a text box for further comments. Questions were then split over 5 sections: Playing ARGs -e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1108/aam-07-2014-0027 fatcat:dctnx4ijsjhgllejfdiibwegyi

Question‐posing and question‐responding: the heart of 'Possibility Thinking' in the early years

Kerry Chappell, Anna Craft, Pamela Burnard, Teresa Cremin
2008 Early Years  
These included: (i) question framing, reflecting purpose inherent within questions for adults and children (including leading, service and follow-through questions); (ii) question degree: manifestation  ...  Events were sampled from two early years settings ii , one a Reception classroom (4-to5-year olds) and the other a Year 2 classroom (6-to7-year olds).  ...  We are grateful to the journal reviewers for their helpful comments on an earlier draft.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09575140802224477 fatcat:js2vuo57mjgulpuqeug345sn6a

Just a Snap

John S. W. Spinda, Stephen Puckette
2017 Communication & Sport  
Utilizing these responses, Phase II built a survey to examine these motives for motivation factors.  ...  This research looks at why fans use Snapchat to follow sports from a Uses and Gratifications perspective in order to understand their motivations as well as ascertain what may be the best practices for  ...  Given that Snapchat use is heavily skewed towards the younger demographic, Research Questions 2 and 3 sought to gain a better insight into how these demographics use the platform and how it compares with  ... 
doi:10.1177/2167479517731335 fatcat:phqolgcyqrhlpcu7j2coymngo4

Burnout and engagement: Identical twins or just close relatives?

Toon W. Taris, Jan Fekke Ybema, Ilona van Beek
2017 Burnout Research  
A B S T R A C T Past research has frequently cast doubts on the theoretical and empirical distinction between the concepts of work engagement and burnout.  ...  We conclude that burnout and engagement are to a large degree overlapping concepts and that their conceptual and empirical differences should not be overestimated.  ...  In addressing this research question, a series of six confirmatory factor-analytic models (M 1 -M 6 ) was specified, tested and compared. Table 2 presents the fit indexes for these models.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.burn.2017.05.002 fatcat:k2o4beejunb5fiqa7ofi4sxvpi

Afterword: on the questions

Verina Gfader
2012 Radar  
Step 5: Allow for emergent terms of 'not-yet-known-knowledge' to…emerge Finally, and perhaps most difficult, is the question of knowledge.  ...  I arrived just as the School was establishing Interface, its Centre for Research in Art, Technologies and Design, under the directorship of Declan McGonagle.  ...  These questions or provocations provide the frame for presenting the perspective of a number of staff and students in the School of Art, Design and Architecture.  ... 
doi:10.5920/radar.2012.1330 fatcat:63aix7guqvgmbmwu5xffgpwjva

Karl Mannheim's Jewish Question

David Kettler, Volker Meja
2012 Religions  
It was precisely Mannheim's convictions about the integral bond between thought grounded in reflexivity and a mission to engage in a transformative work of Bildung that made it effectively impossible for  ...  rule-and this, notwithstanding the fact, first, that his own ethnic identification as a Jew was never in question and that he shared vivid experiences of anti-Semitism, and consequent exile from both  ...  Mannheim's distinctive conception of sociology as the framework for a new Bildungselite and as an agency for the reconstitution of both civil society and an organon for a saving political knowledge is  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel3020228 fatcat:fephzxe5xzan7midohuohhz2ga

Conceptions of Design Thinking in the Design and Management Discourses: Open Questions and Possible Directions for Research

Lotta Hassi, Miko Laakso
2022 Zenodo  
We conclude by proposing directions for research that further explore design thinking as a management practice.  ...  However, despite being the subject of a vast number of articles and books, a search for definitions of design thinking does not produce a concise portrayal or a clear-cut breakdown of what the concept  ...  %"+@+8+A#B%C?%"5+0%:,65+67%+A%67%":<(&*D+E&'6%&+?F+ADGDHD+1##I%(?J")5+KDKD+;7%(+L+!DMD+/6<NN%"*D Johansson & Woodilla, 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5821253 fatcat:2zecrxxky5d5taglvjr4ybqbai

Persons or science? A philosophical question

Carl R. Rogers
1955 American Psychologist  
antithetical to the determinism which is a part of our framework for thinking scien- tifically.  ...  For science too, at its inception, is an “I-Thou” relationship with the world of perceived objects, just as therapy at its deepest is an “I-Thou” relationship with a person or persons.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0040999 fatcat:zu35apzqsvbglbu7dhwlpd255y

Research in a world without questions

Tom Ewing, Bob Pankauskas
2013 Journal of Direct Data and Digital Marketing Practice  
hypotheses for behavioural change.  ...  The paper explores the extent to which researchers can uncover insight and meet client expectations without asking direct questions.  ...  Israeli judges are more likely to grant parole decisions just after they have had a break for a meal. 5 • Playing German music in a wine shop makes German wine outsell French by two to one: playing French  ... 
doi:10.1057/dddmp.2013.62 fatcat:ht2l3ovibvdjdfbq6h3bfa6v5e

"Just Go In Looking Good": The Resilience, Resistance, and Kinship-Building of Trans* College Students

Z Nicolazzo
2016 Journal of College Student Development  
Informed by critical and trans*-specific theoretical perspectives, I used a collaborative ethnographic methodology and a poststructural analytical framework to proliferate possible understandings for how  ...  The study concludes with participants giving their own recommendations for faculty, staff, and students.  ...  Despite this enthusiasm for using intersectionality as an analytical tool, Bowleg (2008) articulated, "Conducting and designing intersectionality research … poses a variety of thorny methodological challenges  ... 
doi:10.1353/csd.2016.0057 fatcat:jgboywzwxfgibpsjhm6bmx3tku

A mixed-methods exploration of cognitive dispositions to respond and clinical reasoning errors with multiple choice questions

Luke T Surry, Dario Torre, Robert L Trowbridge, Steven J Durning
2018 BMC Medical Education  
clinical-vignette multiple-choice questions.  ...  largely due to hindsight bias and flawed experimental design.  ...  Philip Masters and Margaret Wells, for providing access to questions and psychometric data from the Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program (MKSAP) and MKSAP for Students question banks for use in this  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-018-1372-2 pmid:30470223 pmcid:PMC6251119 fatcat:ufirzrsr5zgw7gxtzxrjgkigr4

Beyond Experiential Learning in Project-Based Quality Improvement Education

Joanne Goldman, Ayelet Kuper, G. Ross Baker, Beverly Bulmer, Maitreya Coffey, Lianne Jeffs, Christine Shea, Cynthia Whitehead, Kaveh Shojania, Brian Wong
2020 Academic Medicine  
The findings contribute to an empirical basis toward more effective experiential learning in QI by identifying factors to target and optimize.  ...  QI project given their professional roles; and (5) workplace environment influence on project success.  ...  Our analysis of interview data involved a process of immersion in all interviews so we would become familiar with the data, immersion in each interview, comparisons for particularities and commonalities  ... 
doi:10.1097/acm.0000000000003203 pmid:32079957 fatcat:raha4tnbrzc4rjcp4jrufywilm

2. Questions of Medieval Discursive Practice [chapter]

2018 The Discourse of Modernism  
The difference is that they are not yet tools for analysis. It is in just this sense that J. G. A.  ...  "Know thyself" is the urging toward that particular understanding. That is just what the Confessions, too, are all about.  ...  by a dominant model: a matter that is naturally significant for the analyses of my next chapters.  ... 
doi:10.7591/9781501723193-004 fatcat:wxbcjifomjf7leohxa3q4yz4ma

Design-related questions in the construction phase: The effect of using the Last Planner System in design management

Tarja Mäki, Hannele Kerosuo
2019 Canadian journal of civil engineering (Print)  
The findings emphasize 23 the need to develop more collaborative design management methods and 24 practices for sharing each expertise.  ...  Design-related questions in the construction phase: The 8 effect of using the Last Planner System in design 9 management 10 Abstract 11 This study explores designers, engineers and managers sharing their  ...  They also gratefully thank their colleagues for their insightful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjce-2018-0382 fatcat:2rbwyo6dl5cpdjgyjuumhivvjy
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