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Gould, Rachelle K.; Ardoin, Nicole M.; Thomsen, Jennifer M.; Wyman Roth, Noelle – Environmental Education Research, 2019
Decades of research emphasize that information alone rarely influences environmental behavior. We addressed the question of, "what, then, does influence environmental behavior?" by asking more specifically: what factors mediate the relationship between learning about environmentally related issues and engaging in environmentally related…
Descriptors: Correlation, Environmental Education, Leisure Time, Case Studies
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Casanova, Saskias – Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, 2019
Relatively little research has focused on the experiences of students and families of Yucatec-Maya origin in the U.S., and even less has focused on Yucatec-Maya youth and resilience, a normative process of positive adaptation despite exposure to adversity. Using Critical Latinx Indigeneities, which centers on Indigeneity across multi-national…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Youth, Resilience (Psychology), Acculturation
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Nakutin, Sarah N.; Gutierrez, Garbriel – School Psychology Review, 2019
Numerous interventions have been identified as evidence-based practices for educating students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Physical activity (PA) has recently been recognized as an evidence-based practice to decrease maladaptive behaviors and increase desired behaviors. Exercise has been found to increase academic engagement in students…
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Learner Engagement, Executive Function, Autism
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Urrieta, Luis, Jr.; Calderón, Dolores – Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, 2019
This article engages an important, but difficult conversation about the erasure of indigeneity in narratives, curriculum, identities, and racial projects that uphold settler colonial logics that fall under the rubric of Hispanic, Latina/o/x, and Chicana/o/x. These settler colonial logics include violence by these groupings against Indigenous…
Descriptors: American Indians, Hispanic Americans, Land Settlement, Immigrants
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Morales, P. Zitlali; Saravia, Lydia A.; Pérez-Iribe, María Fernanda – Association of Mexican American Educators Journal, 2019
This article focuses on the reported experiences of three focal students who participated in a Spanish/English dual language program in their southern California school district throughout their elementary and middle school years. All three students identify as Mexican-origin and speak Spanish, English, and the Indigenous language of Zapoteco and…
Descriptors: Mexican Americans, Hispanic American Students, Student Attitudes, Native Language
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Lara, Luke J. – Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 2019
This qualitative study explored the systemic barriers to hiring faculty of color in the community college. A phenomenological design was used to examine the community college full-time faculty search process from the perspective of 10 full-time faculty of color who actively participate in racial justice advocacy. The participants represented five…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, College Faculty, Teacher Selection, Barriers
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Marzocchi, Alison S.; Turner, Kelly; Druken, Bridget K. – PRIMUS, 2019
We present a mathematical activity called graph talks as a new pedagogical routine to intertwine social justice issues and mathematics. Adapted from "number talks," graph talks involve students analyzing, interpreting, and discussing real-life data represented in graphs. Graphs may be strategically selected to both highlight a relevant…
Descriptors: Mathematics, Mathematics Instruction, College Mathematics, Undergraduate Students
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Unfried, Alana; Canner, Judith – PRIMUS, 2019
Many students experience mathematics as a neutral entity, without understanding its impact on social justice and equity. Students must understand that mathematics and statistics are powerful tools for creating social change, and that students themselves are capable to enact positive social change through their mathematical abilities. In this…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, College Mathematics, Undergraduate Study, Social Justice
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Enyioha, Jessica C. – Educational Considerations, 2019
There are over 32 million undocumented immigrants in the United States and of this population, over 1.5 million are children (Palmer & Davidson, 2011). These children grow up in the US, achieve primary and secondary education, and when they are ready to pursue postsecondary education, it becomes harder for them to achieve. In this paper,…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Higher Education, Best Practices, Undocumented Immigrants
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Weinberg, Lois A.; Luelmo, Paul; Chiappe, Jenny C.; Thornton, Bryan – International Journal of Special Education, 2019
After 25 years, because of a change in state law California returned the responsibility for providing mental health related services to students receiving special education from county mental health departments to local education agencies. The study is secondary analysis of survey data that focuses on understanding how the change affected the…
Descriptors: State Legislation, Mental Health Programs, Special Education, Individualized Education Programs
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Goral, Despina P.; Bailey, Alison L. – Language Testing, 2019
Students' self-assessment of language features in their oral explanations of a mathematics task was supported by language learning progressions. Learning progressions map a continuum of knowledge or skills development as they increase in sophistication over time. Learning progressions can be a framework to support formative assessment by both…
Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Individuals), Language Acquisition, Learning Processes, Skill Development
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Pike, Ronald E.; Brown, Brandon – Information Systems Education Journal, 2019
Cloud computing has grown immensely in the past decade and is becoming increasingly important to organizations. The Computer Information Systems (CIS) program at Cal Poly Pomona has gone through a re-visioning process that included the addition of a course on IT infrastructure to address the growth of cloud computing and resulting changes in IS/IT…
Descriptors: Information Technology, Undergraduate Study, Computer Science Education, Information Systems
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Lor, Yang – Race, Ethnicity and Education, 2019
While research on Asian American students has overwhelmingly emphasized family ties as an important contributor to student success in high school, what it neglects is how family ties can constrain students in their educational endeavors. Based on a study of 30 low-income Hmong American high school students, I argue that poverty can create…
Descriptors: Asian American Students, Barriers, Family Relationship, Student Responsibility
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Hansen, Alexandria K.; McBeath, Jasmine K.; Harlow, Danielle B. – Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research, 2019
This study used cultural historical activity theory to make meaning of a digital fabrication project situated in the complexity of a classroom. Using an ethnographic perspective, we observed 14 students (aged 13-14) in a middle school's creative design and engineering class inspired by the Maker Movement. Working with the classroom teacher, a…
Descriptors: Student Role, Student Attitudes, Attitude Change, Middle School Students
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Domina, Thurston; McEachin, Andrew; Hanselman, Paul; Agarwal, Priyanka; Hwang, NaYoung; Lewis, Ryan W. – Sociology of Education, 2019
Schools use an array of strategies to match curricula and instruction to students' heterogeneous skills. Although generations of scholars have debated ''tracking'' and its consequences, the literature fails to account for diversity of school-level sorting practices. In this article, we draw on the work of Sørensen and others to articulate and…
Descriptors: Track System (Education), Homogeneous Grouping, Correlation, Longitudinal Studies
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