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Using Classroom Management to Improve Preschoolers' Social and Emotional Skills: Final Impact and Implementation Findings from the Foundations of Learning Demonstration in Newark and Chicago

Pamela Morris, Chrishana M. Lloyd, Megan Millenky, Nicole Leacock, C. Cybele Raver, Michael Bangser
2013 Social Science Research Network  
This report presents the final results of the Foundations of Learning (FOL) demonstration, which evaluated an intervention designed to train preschool teachers so that they could better manage children's  ...  behavior and promote a more positive classroom learning environment.  ...  a control group that provided services as usual.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2202401 fatcat:4ibsha3ysbbcxoipeepbefrxta

Training for Efficient Public Service

Charles A. Beard
1916 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science  
In the municipal service of New York City there are no less than 371 distinct titles, and our state and federal services are scarcely less differentiated in character.  ...  There are many things in this world worse than very dirty streets, a very high death rate and a large percentage of crime.  ...  As far as possible merely clerical work is avoided, although there are few tasks which do not call for a large amount of clerical drudgery; Each task to which a student is assigned is a part of a study  ... 
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Full-Service Community Schools [chapter]

JOY G. DRYFOOS
2000 Safe PassageMaking It through Adolescence in a Risky Society: What Parents, Schools, and Communities Can Do  
Molly Stark is typical of full-service community schools, relying on an array of federal, state, and local resources that must be combined to make good things happen under one roof.  ...  States already play a major role in supporting community schools and after-school programs, as do foundations and local resources. Their potential roles are discussed later in the chapter.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195137859.003.0005 fatcat:mxakkcfcybcmlnvwhkqlehjyry

Nonprofessionals in the human services

John M. Riley
1971 Social Science & Medicine (1967)  
In summary, this book offers a commendable review of the therapeutic commumty and its theoretical foundations.  ...  A useful appendix lists the significant federal legislation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0037-7856(71)90071-0 fatcat:jgbxmaycq5ahdge7rkovmushai

Training for Efficient Public Service

Charles A. Beard
1916 The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science  
In the municipal service of New York City there are no less than 371 distinct titles, and our state and federal services are scarcely less differentiated in character.  ...  There are many things in this world worse than very dirty streets, a very high death rate and a large percentage of crime.  ... 
doi:10.1177/000271621606400124 fatcat:usl6znbj6rgezjvsuumm6q3sum

EOSC-hub D11.1 Training materials about common services and thematic services

René Van Horik
2018 Zenodo  
The training program is aimed at service providers, individual researchers and research communities to use, integrate the Thematic and Common services.  ...  An overview of training events organised in the first year of the project is provided and a registry for Training Material and Training Events is set up.  ...  FitSM training scheme is structured in three levels: Foundation, Advanced and Expert and is accredited by an external Certification Authority. • Training events on common and federated services registered  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4605651 fatcat:dbxe7fprdzcwze7nxyvfdbgfja

Psychological Services [chapter]

Jeff Phillips
2016 Evidence-Based Practices in Behavioral Health  
AS OF APRIL 2003, AGENCIES are required to comply with new federal privacy regulations that were issued under the Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).  ...  demonstrated by a good therapist -genuineness, warmth, high positive regard, responsiveness, consistency, and respect -are as important in working with torture survivors as with any other clients.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-40537-7_10 fatcat:zgvuxmdabjflrigyqsvzhucaqi

Teaching Ethics through Service Learning

William Stuart Pope, Constance Smith Hendricks
2012 Online Journal of Health ethics  
An exemplar is used to discuss how a service learning assignment was used to demonstrate and evaluate students' understanding of the ethical principle of beneficence.  ...  A properly designed service learning assignment provided students the opportunity to practice nursing as a caring art with each of Johnson's five distinctive practices.  ...  The principle of beneficence, as with many things, needs to be seen on a continuum. The continuum starts with duty and obligation and runs to the non-required and nonobligatory.  ... 
doi:10.18785/ojhe.0801.06 fatcat:xcxzirf465acvkez4pwlrymexi

The Office of Science Information Services, National Science Foundation

S Adams
1959 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
Title IX directs the National Science Foundation to establish a Science Information Service which would (1) provide, or arrange for the provision of, indexing, abstracting, translating, and other services  ...  For example, societies wishing support for a journal must demonstrate that either the proposed journal is new and significant, or that its financing is temporarily in a crisis.  ... 
pmid:16017114 pmcid:PMC200417 fatcat:jiccvoldqjgtjjd5ow25v2e34m

The Status Of Women Bill

1948 Social Service Review  
The bill, which is indorsed by the Na- tional Committee on the Status of Women, composed of more than thirty women’s labor and civic organizations, would do four things: (1) It would declare as a legislative  ...  to social work as a whole.”  ... 
doi:10.1086/636693 fatcat:o4d7uniwjfcufeezf6ninpdh5y

Volunteer Service

Eva B. Palmer
1936 Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness  
As a rule, that objective should be clearly related to better administration of the community’s health and welfare services.  ...  All these things helped to make vivid the courage and triumph of the blind.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0145482x3603000104 fatcat:zlsw37y7v5egni226ot7y4k464

Oncology services in United States

G P Murphy, R W Gerlach
1979 New York state journal of medicine  
and demonstration efforts across the country.  ...  This material should demonstrate adequately the first element in the enhancement of oncology services in the United States: that a diverse set of laboratory and clinical research has led to advances in  ... 
pmid:287926 fatcat:s4vqby2luzcwlfy4ny5iynhdz4

Federal Policy Leading the Way in Emergency Medical Services

Bob W. Bailey
2007 North Carolina Medical Journal  
T "The EMSS Act brought much needed recognition to emergency medicine as a field of medicine." care for children cannot be built on the foundation of a crumbling EMS system.  ...  As a state EMS director, we used federal highway safety funds through the NC Highway Safety Office and later the federal Trauma Program grants to convene trauma system stakeholders, develop a trauma system  ... 
doi:10.18043/ncm.68.4.242 fatcat:2nfkypwuijeh3gs522fe3qjshe

Improving California's Infrastructure Services

David E. Dowall, Robin Ried
2008 Public Works Management & Policy  
a stronger foundation performance-based planning and accountability.  ...  However, as demonstrated by the examples of Victoria, New South Wales and New York City, high levels of public engagement may ensure a more accurate representation of demand for services and a provide  ... 
doi:10.1177/1087724x08329801 fatcat:q4b6tuufubfmbocp2e7bqmphna

Vessel Traffic Services

1978 Journal of navigation  
I had a sense of responsibility because I had been trying to sell the vessel traffic service system to everyone. I felt that it was a great thing; just what we needed.  ...  There is still no clear understanding of VTS as a service and adjuct to a pilot permitting him to perform his job in a t re capable manner.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0373463300042041 fatcat:kdaeyhgwfbdbznihpad5owk5li
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