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Notar, Charles E.; Padgett, Sharon – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2013
Do adults play a role in bullying? Do parents, teachers, school staff, and community adult leaders influence bullying behavior in children and teenagers? This article will focus on research regarding all adults who have almost daily contact with children and teens and their part in how bullying is identified, addressed, and prevented. This article…
Descriptors: Bullying, Adults, Role, Parent Role
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Padgett, Sharon; Notar, Charles E. – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2013
Bullying is the dominance over another. Bullying occurs when there is an audience. Peer bystanders provide an audience 85% of instances of bullying. If you remove the audience bullying should stop. The article is a review of literature (2002-2013) on the role of bystanders; importance of bystanders; why bystanders behave as they do; resources to…
Descriptors: Bullying, Victims, Peer Relationship, Audiences
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Lester, Robin Rawlings; Allanson, Patricia Bolton; Notar, Charles E. – Education, 2017
Classroom management is the key to learning. Routines are the foundation of classroom management. Students require structure in their lives. Routines provide that in all of their life from the time they awake until the time they go to bed. Routines in a school and in the classroom provide the environment for learning to take place. The paper is…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Behavior Patterns, Repetition, Classroom Environment
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Akpan, Joseph; Notar, Charles E. – College Student Journal, 2012
One of the challenges facing recent graduates, or those looking for a new job, is writing an eye-catching resume that encapsulates and unveils their qualifications and accomplishments to potential employers. Several factors contribute to this challenge, such as the explosive rate of unemployment for recent graduates, increases in graduation rates,…
Descriptors: Interviews, Job Search Methods, Resumes (Personal), Job Applicants
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Notar, Charles E.; Padgett, Sharon; Roden, Jessica – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2013
Cyberbullying is of major concern in the educational field. Unlike normal bullying cyberbullying is anonymous and can take place anywhere which is a major problems for schools. Topics covered in the article are types of cyberbullying and can happen anywhere. What resources are available today to combat cybullying. The article reviewed all article…
Descriptors: Bullying, Intervention, Prevention, Educational Environment
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Notar, Charles E.; Padgett, Sharon; Roden, Jessica – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2013
The article is a literature review on cyberbullying from 2007-2013. Topics covered in the review have been categorized starting with definition of cyberbullying; roles of persons involved and statistics of who is being targeted; reasons for cyberbullying; differences between traditional bullying and cyberbullying; and gender comparisons related to…
Descriptors: Bullying, Literature Reviews, Information Security, Child Safety
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Notar, Charles E.; Padgett, Sharon – College Student Journal, 2010
It is the authors' contention that there is no such thing as "thinking outside the box." However, the term has become an iconic phrase for a generation. The discussion presents the authors' thoughts on why there is no box in which to think outside. If there is a box, then accidental learning would never exist for students.
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Imagination, Creativity, Innovation
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Notar, Charles E.; Barkley, Jordan M. – Education, 2009
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) proposition 3 states "teachers are responsible for managing and monitoring student learning." They know how "...to organize instruction to meet instructional goals." This article provides 14 organizational patterns for use in organizing instruction in any of the content areas. The 14…
Descriptors: National Standards, Teacher Responsibility, Course Organization, Time
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Notar, Charles E.; Uline, Carol S.; Eady, Charlotte King – International Education Studies, 2008
This article is based on the premise that leadership is leadership, whatever the profession. A number of "leaders" from various enterprises are discussed to determine the basic tenets of leadership. The nine tenets of leadership are: (1) Think and Act Strategically. (2) Understand and Demonstrate the Elements of Teams and Teamwork. (3)…
Descriptors: Leadership Effectiveness, Leadership Qualities, Strategic Planning, Teamwork
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Notar, Charles E.; Herring, Donna F.; Restauri, Sherri L. – Education, 2008
Instructional tool in the form of a user-friendly, web-based navigational chart for pre-service as well as in-service teachers to teach norm referenced and criterion referenced testing. This chart was designed based on a major facet of testing: comparing and contrasting norm referenced and criterion referenced testing models (Kubiszyn & Borich,…
Descriptors: Criterion Referenced Tests, Norm Referenced Tests, Charts, Instructional Materials
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Culver, Patti; Culbert, Angie; McEntyre, Judy; Clifton, Patrick; Herring, Donna F.; Notar, Charles E. – International Education Studies, 2009
The article is about the collaboration between two classrooms that enabled a second grade class to participate in a high school biology class. Through the use of modern video conferencing equipment, Mrs. Culbert, with the help of the Dalton State College Educational Technology Training Center (ETTC), set up a live, two way video and audio feed of…
Descriptors: Grade 2, Grade 10, Elementary School Students, Educational Technology
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Cornelius, Elizabeth; Gaines, Raffaella; Gautney, Tara; Johnson, Gresha; Rainer, Robyn; Notar, Charles E.; Webb, Shelia A. – International Education Studies, 2008
Students in a first year Master's degree seminar were asked to find the answer to the question "Do Class and School Size Matter as A Crucial Issue to School Improvement?" The paper the students wrote is based on a review of the literature. The students determined that the question had several issues to be addressed before they could…
Descriptors: Class Size, School Size, Educational Improvement, Teacher Student Ratio
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Uline, Carol S.; Notar, Charles E.; Barkley, Jordan M.; Wilson, Janell D.; Herring, Donna F.; McEntyre, Judy – International Education Studies, 2008
This article focuses on the three-year findings of a parent survey designed to gauge their students' technology interest while receiving instruction from student teachers in a federal educational technology grant. A major objective of the grant was to engage pre-service teachers in a computer technology training program designed to equip them with…
Descriptors: Parent Surveys, Access to Computers, Technology Uses in Education, Preservice Teacher Education
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Machen, Sandra M.; Wilson, Janell D.; Notar, Charles E. – Journal of Instructional Psychology, 2005
Improving parental involvement with public schools can improve schools. Parental involvement is highly important for pushing the public school systems to higher standards. Also, research reports that engaging parents in an active role in the school curriculum can open alternative opportunities for children to succeed in academics. This report will…
Descriptors: Parent School Relationship, Parent Participation, Educational Change, Volunteers
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Herring, Donna F.; Notar, Charles E.; Wilson, Janell D. – Education, 2005
Schools are currently receiving increased funds for multimedia software for classrooms. There is a need for good software in the schools, and there is a need to know how to evaluate software and not naively rely on advertisements. Evaluators of multimedia software for education must have the skills to critically evaluate and make decisions not…
Descriptors: Multimedia Materials, Computer Software Evaluation, Decision Making, Guidelines
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