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Foley, Elizabeth A.; Dozier, Claudia L.; Lessor, Amber L. – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2019
The Good Behavior Game (GBG) is an effective intervention package for decreasing disruptive behavior in various populations and environments. There is, however, limited research evaluating the GBG with preschoolers. Furthermore, few studies have evaluated the effects of components of the GBG, and of those that have, most have done so only after…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Student Behavior, Preschool Children, Classroom Techniques
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Groves, Emily A.; Austin, Jennifer L. – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2019
The Good Behavior Game (GBG) is a classroom management system that employs an interdependent group contingency, whereby students work as a team to win the game. Although previous anecdotal data have suggested that this arrangement may promote prosocial behavior, teachers may have concerns about its fairness and potential to evoke negative peer…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Student Behavior, Peer Influence, Classroom Techniques
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Moore, James W.; Quintero, Laura M. – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2019
The popularity of Olympic-style weightlifting in fitness routines is growing, but participating in these exercises with improper technique places lifters at increased risk for injury. Fitness training professionals have developed multiple teaching strategies, but have not subjected these strategies to systematic evaluation, particularly with…
Descriptors: Physical Fitness, Muscular Strength, Injuries, Teaching Methods
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Bartram, Christopher J.; Rabinowitz, Erik – Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 2019
Literature on best practices for reporting incidents in college and university outdoor programming is limited. This study explored benchmarking standards for incident reporting in college outdoor programs. The researchers accomplished this by examining how outdoor program directors record incidents and near misses, constraints to recording,…
Descriptors: Outdoor Education, Best Practices, Benchmarking, College Students
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Halupa, Colleen – International Journal of Higher Education, 2019
Instructional design has continued to change and undergo metamorphosis. A key component of this process in higher education is the collaboration between an instructional designer and one or more faculty members to create a robust, quality online course. In this collaborative process, instructional designers are clearly the design expert, while the…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Instructional Design, College Faculty, Conflict
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Hatton, Nicola – Research in Drama Education, 2019
This article considers the type of attention that is particular to creative partnerships between performance practitioners and care homes. Drawing on the author's practice, and the work of Manchester-based company "Small Things", it advocates for 'slower collaborations' which take account of the individual qualities of a care community.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Attention, Performance, Drama
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Gray, Julia – Research in Drama Education, 2019
Through this paper, I consider how we might be aesthetically and relationally accountable in creating research-informed theatre through the conceptual frame of an aesthetic of relationality, and in-depth considerations of the theoretical notions embodiment, imagination and foolishness (as vulnerability-bravery). Through the example of…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Dementia, Aesthetics, Imagination
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Marginson, Simon – Studies in Higher Education, 2019
Human capital theory assumes that education determines the marginal productivity of labour and this determines earnings. Since the 1960s, it has dominated the economics, and policy and public understanding, of relations between education and work. It has become widely assumed that intellectual formation constitutes a mode of economic capital,…
Descriptors: Human Capital, Social Theories, Educational Theories, Educational Policy
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Kenworth, James – Research in Drama Education, 2019
"Dementia's Journey" explores the year-long process of a playwright working with a charity and its partners in writing a play focussing on experiences of dementia in a South Asian community, and how the need to tell an emotionally engaging and resonant story is balanced with the requirement to raise awareness of the issues involved. It…
Descriptors: Dementia, Drama, Asians, Older Adults
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Henderson, Julia – Research in Drama Education, 2019
The autobiographical shows "The Waiting Room" (by John Mann and Morris Panych), and "Sonic Elder" (by Vancouver's The Chop Theatre), both featured performers with dementia or marked age-related memory loss who performed rock music live on stage. These professional Canadian productions used a dramaturgical approach…
Descriptors: Theater Arts, Drama, Performance, Dementia
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Taylor, Nicky – Research in Drama Education, 2019
A reflection on the process that led to the development of dementia friendly theatre performances at Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse) including the vital involvement of people living with dementia as creative consultants. This article outlines the inspiration behind such performances, the steps required to make the necessary…
Descriptors: Dementia, Theater Arts, Drama, Performance
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Hepplewhite, Kay – Research in Drama Education, 2019
This article explores the practices of three young artist/facilitators, illustrating how they use their own age identity to develop expertise in working with older people in residential care homes. A research process of reflective dialogues reveals that they respond to the arts and drama-based workshop practices at creative ageing organisation…
Descriptors: Artists, Facilitators (Individuals), Older Adults, Residential Care
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Quennerstedt, Mikael – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2019
Background: As part of the annual activities at the British Educational Research Association (BERA) conference, the Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy Special Interest Group (SIG) organises a so-called Invisible College, where a Scholar Lecture is delivered by a researcher who has made a significant contribution to the field. This paper is the…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Health Promotion, Health Education, Learning
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Malone, Niamh; Miles, Donna – Research in Drama Education, 2019
'Dis-identifications from dominant models of subject-formation can be productive and creative' (Braidotti 2013, 167). This problematises applied theatre practices informed by received understandings of dementia, and their implications for memory and identity. "Forgotten Futures"(2017) and "Never-Ending Story" (2016-ongoing)…
Descriptors: Drama, Dementia, Memory, Older Adults
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Lloyd, Jayne – Research in Drama Education, 2019
Walking by those living with dementia is often pathologically labelled 'wandering', an act lacking a clear purpose or destination. Walking in this context is not widely understood or valued, except as physical exercise. Drawing on walking performances by other artists and the author's own arts-based research, during which she walked outdoors and…
Descriptors: Dementia, Artists, Performance, Physical Activities
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