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Leff, Harvey S.; Kaufman, Richard – Physics Teacher, 2020
What if energy flowed from cold to hot regions? How would thermodynamics be different? We examine such an imagined cold-to-hot world, abbreviated here as a C2H world, and show that the unfamiliar direction of energy flow implies that two thermally interacting objects at different temperatures will not equilibrate. We find that there is no…
Descriptors: Science Instruction, Energy, Thermodynamics, Scientific Principles
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Gimenez, Martha E. – Teaching Sociology, 1989
Discusses using the critical perspective as a methodology to teach a college sociology course. Examines the failure of this approach and looks at the determinants of student apathy. Concludes that failure is unavoidable, given the structure of higher education and the intellectual level of most students. Harvey Holtz and Richard A. Wright respond…
Descriptors: Apathy, Bureaucracy, College Environment, College Instruction
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Light, Richard L.; Harvey, Stephen – Sport, Education and Society, 2017
The literature suggests that, despite some challenges in their implementation, player/athlete-centred, inquiry-based approaches to teaching games and coaching team sport can improve game playing ability, increase player/athlete motivation and provide positive affective experiences of learning. A range of these approaches, including Teaching Games…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Physical Education, Athletic Coaches, Coaching (Performance)
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Schwalbe, Stephen Richard; Harvey, Gilbert Glenn, Jr. – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2018
This paper is a proposal that online universities should establish partnerships with city governments to create field placement opportunities for graduate students of public administration. The research was accomplished by reviewing current articles on field placements for traditional universities and by disseminating a 9-question survey to 100…
Descriptors: Public Administration, Field Experience Programs, Virtual Universities, Partnerships in Education
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Harvey, Stephen; Light, Richard L. – Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 2015
Despite the development of a wide body of literature suggesting the efficacy of game-based approaches (GBAs) to teaching and learning, GBAs have not yet been widely adopted by practitioners. A range of challenges face teachers and coaches taking up a GBA with two areas being of particular concern, which are: (1) the teacher's ability to design…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Instructional Effectiveness, Program Implementation, Instructional Design
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Mouchet, Alain; Harvey, Stephen; Light, Richard – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2014
Background: While there is significant interest in coach behaviour during training sessions and recognition of what it could add to existing knowledge on coaching, in-game coach behaviour has received little attention. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify coaches' in-competition communications with rugby players, through a series of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Team Sports, Athletic Coaches, Athletes
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Warner, Richard; Picard, Michelle – Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 2020
This study aims to unpack the reflective learning processes involved in developing a Masters' research project proposal as part of a multidisciplinary Research Design course. Using inductive analysis, we explored students' reflective blogs written over a period of a semester and defined the reflections according to an adaptation of Hatton and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Masters Programs
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Light, Richard L.; Harvey, Stephen; Mouchet, Alain – Sport, Education and Society, 2014
This article draws on Game Sense pedagogy and complex learning theory (CLT) to make suggestions for improving decision-making ability in team sports by adopting a holistic approach to coaching with a focus on decision-making "at-action". It emphasizes the complexity of decision-making and the need to focus on the game as a whole entity,…
Descriptors: Team Sports, Decision Making, Holistic Approach, Athletic Coaches
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Light, Richard L.; Harvey, Stephen; Memmert, Daniel – Sport, Education and Society, 2013
This article builds upon research on youth sport clubs conducted from a socio-cultural perspective by reporting on a study that inquired into the reasons why children aged 9-12 joined swimming clubs in France, Germany and Australia. Comprising three case studies it employed a mixed method approach with results considered within the framework of…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Youth Clubs, Children, Group Membership
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Lynn, Richard; Harvey, John – Intelligence, 2008
Dysgenic fertility means that there is a negative correlation between intelligence and number of children. Its presence during the last century has been demonstrated in several countries. We show here that there is dysgenic fertility in the world population quantified by a correlation of--0.73 between IQ and fertility across nations. It is…
Descriptors: Intelligence, Intelligence Quotient, Biotechnology, Correlation
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Martin, Liz; Baker, Richard; Harvey, Adrienne – Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 2010
This systematic review focused on the common conventional physiotherapy interventions used with children with cerebral palsy (CP), aged 4 to 18 years, and critically appraised the recent evidence of each of these interventions using the Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine Levels of Evidence. The search strategy yielded 34 articles after…
Descriptors: Cerebral Palsy, Children, Physical Therapy, Intervention
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Richards, Heather; Conway, Clare; Roskvist, Annelies; Harvey, Sharon – Language Learning Journal, 2013
Teachers' subject knowledge is recognized as an essential component of effective teaching. In the foreign language context, teachers' subject knowledge includes language proficiency. In New Zealand high schools, foreign languages (e.g. Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish) have recently been offered to learners earlier in their schooling,…
Descriptors: Language Proficiency, Educational Practices, Second Language Instruction, Knowledge Base for Teaching
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Siegel, Harvey – Theory and Research in Education, 2007
Do cultures differ with respect to judgments of rationality? If so, does it follow that rationality is culturally specific, or that cultures have their own "rationalities"? If so, does it further follow that the philosophical status or worthiness of multiculturalism as a social value or ideal varies from culture to culture? In this article I…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Probability, Values, Beliefs
Canadian Commission of Employment and Immigration, Ottawa (Ontario). – 1982
The second of a series of collections of papers, this volume consists of 13 articles. Included in the volume are the following articles: "The Problem Solving Models in CECs: Potential Applications and Potential Problems--A Technical Report," by Donald Melnychuk; "Time Use Measurement--A Potential Tool for Manpower Planning," by…
Descriptors: Career Counseling, Career Guidance, Community Colleges, Community Involvement
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Lynn, Richard; Harvey, John; Nyborg, Helmuth – Intelligence, 2009
Evidence is reviewed pointing to a negative relationship between intelligence and religious belief in the United States and Europe. It is shown that intelligence measured as psychometric "g" is negatively related to religious belief. We also examine whether this negative relationship between intelligence and religious belief is present between…
Descriptors: Intelligence Quotient, Religion, Foreign Countries, Psychometrics
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