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Johnson, Mark M. – Arts & Activities, 2002
Provides background information on the life and career of Charles Rogers Grooms, better known as Red Grooms. Describes the art exhibit, "Red Grooms: Selections from the Graphic Work," presented by the Tennessee State Museum (Nashville, Tennessee). (CMK)
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Expression, Art History, Art Products
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Bordovskaia, Nina V.; Anderson, Charles; Bochkina, Natalia; Petanova, Elena I. – International Journal of Higher Education, 2018
This article presents a comparative study of the personal adaptive capabilities of Chinese students studying in Chinese, British and Russian universities. The study involved 224 Chinese first-year students who formed 3 groups: Group 1, 96 first-year students studying in China; Group 2, 100 Chinese first-year students studying in Russia; Group 3,…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Asians, Cross Cultural Studies, Personality Measures
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Porter, Wendy W.; Graham, Charles R. – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2016
Relatively little research on blended learning (BL) addresses institutional adoption, although such research would benefit institutions of higher education in strategically adopting and implementing BL. In a prior study, the authors proposed a framework for institutional BL adoption, identifying three stages: (1) awareness/exploration, (2)…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration
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Versen, Christopher R. – History Teacher, 2009
The simplest and most widely held definition of Social Darwinism is the application of concepts of biological evolution to social and moral development. More specifically, it is social evolution through "survival of the fittest" in a "struggle for existence" in which the strong prevail and the weak are defeated and disappear.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Historiography, Social Theories, Moral Development
Biemiller, Lawrence – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2007
Charles Carroll Jr. would be long forgotten but for a single notable accomplishment: he built an exceedingly handsome house. Begun in 1801 with money from his wealthy father-- Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the only Roman Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence-- the Federal-style home has near-perfect proportions and airy rooms. The…
Descriptors: Historic Sites, Architecture, Universities, Exhibits
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Jayne, Edward – Change, 1991
Recent books presenting the neoconservative criticism of higher education are reviewed including books by Allan Bloom, Charles Sykes, Jacques Barzun, Peter Shaw, Roger Kimball, and Thomas Short. Common assumptions include the worsening of American education resulting from warped curriculum reform and distorted performance standards. Agreement with…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, College Curriculum, College Faculty, Conservatism
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Guy, Roger – Journal of Appalachian Studies, 2012
Uptown, on Chicago's north side, was home to thousands of Appalachian migrants in the 1960s. Known fondly as Hillbilly Heaven for the numerous honky-tonk bars, and concentration of southern whites, Uptown was eyed for urban renewal by an elite group of business owners and civic leaders who referred to it as the Hillbilly Ghetto. This group…
Descriptors: Urban Areas, Neighborhoods, Migrants, Relocation
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Primary Science Review, 2006
This article presents people from many walks of life, including some well-known names, who share their views about science. Adam Hart-Davis, who studied chemistry at university and is now an author, photographer, historian and broadcaster, explains why science cannot start too soon. Lis Nairn, Manager, Stratigraphy, with Fugro Robertson Ltd (Oil…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Experience, Outdoor Education, Educational Needs
Clark, Roger Allen – Canadian Review of Art Education: Research and Issues, 2008
Consultant, supervisor, coordinator--though the official titles may have changed with locale and decade, the position of art consultant has remained an enduring fixture of the Ontario education system since World War II. In this paper, I will trace the evolution of Ontario art consultancies from 1945 to 1995. My focus will be a novel one: the…
Descriptors: Consultants, War, Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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Bingham, Frank G., Jr.; Quigley, Charles J., Jr.; Murray, Keith B. – Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, 2001
Responds to Finley, Rogers, and Galloway (2001), expanding on their proposed "futures" for institutions of higher education and examining the critical role that mission statements have in defining the role of the organization and establishing the framework for effective market strategy. (EV)
Descriptors: College Role, Educational Trends, Higher Education, Institutional Mission
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Change Magazine, 1977
The fourth in a series of reports on undergraduate teaching contains articles on three disciplines: (1) geography (William D. Pattison, Salvatore J. Natoli, Peter Binzen, Charles J. Sugnet, Edwin Kiester, Jr., Sally Valente Kiester, Evan Jenkins, Peter Kakela, David Lanegran, Paul W. English, Peter Gould, and Alan DeLucia); (2) music (Theodore A.…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Higher Education, Instructional Innovation, Music Education
Borden, Peter A.; And Others – 1988
The "Technically Speaking" columns from several isues of "The Source" magazine are reprinted. The columns were written by Gregg Vanderheiden, Peter Borden, Roger Smith, Jane Berliss, and Charles Lee. Titles of the columns included are: "Technological Advances: A Boon or a Barrier to Persons with Disabilities?";…
Descriptors: Assistive Devices (for Disabled), Communication Aids (for Disabled), Disabilities, Input Output Devices
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Tashiro, Charles – Journal of Film and Video, 1996
Muses on the difference between film in the theater and on home video, using "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" as an example. Chronicles the complete viewing experience of this particular film at home. States that although home video supplies an excellent tool for "how-to" analysis, its interactivity cannot supply a valid theory of…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Film Criticism, Film Study, Videotape Cassettes
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Bradshaw, Charles W., Jr. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1980
Two alternative procedures to Rogers' method of using control charts to display item statistics are discussed. The data itself determines limit and centerline values, thus permitting these values to be compared to any criterion difficulty level(s) deemed appropriate for a given set of test items. (Author/RL)
Descriptors: Flow Charts, Item Analysis, Mathematical Formulas, Quality Control
Di Pietro, Robert, Ed. – 1975
This newsletter reports on phenomena at the intersection of linguistics and psychoanalysis and psychiatry. This issue consists of the following articles: (1) an editorial entitled "The Many (Inter)Faces of Language," by Robert Di Pietro--observations on various approaches to the study of language, particularly psycholinguistics; (2) a…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Deep Structure, English (Second Language), Group Dynamics
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