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Edinger, Ted – SchoolArts: The Art Education Magazine for Teachers, 2012
There is a wonderful community of art educators connecting a once-isolated profession through blogging. Art educators around the world are sharing ideas and communicating with their peers through this amazing resource. In this article, the author describes the bottle cap mural at Tulip Grove Elementary School which was inspired by this exchange of…
Descriptors: Studio Art, Art Activities, Elementary Schools, Extracurricular Activities
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Guthormsen, Amy M.; Fisher, Kristie J.; Bassok, Miriam; Osterhout, Lee; DeWolf, Melissa; Holyoak, Keith J. – Cognitive Science, 2016
Research on language processing has shown that the disruption of conceptual integration gives rise to specific patterns of event-related brain potentials (ERPs)--N400 and P600 effects. Here, we report similar ERP effects when adults performed cross-domain conceptual integration of analogous semantic and mathematical relations. In a problem-solving…
Descriptors: Responses, Cognitive Processes, Brain, Cognitive Measurement
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Cyr, Andrée-Ann; Anderson, Nicole D. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2015
The memorial costs and benefits of trial-and-error learning have clear pedagogical implications for students, and increasing evidence shows that generating errors during episodic learning can improve memory among younger adults. Conversely, the aging literature has found that errors impair memory among healthy older adults and has advocated for…
Descriptors: Error Patterns, Memory, Learning Processes, Young Adults
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Davis, Dorothy – Science and Children, 2005
In the fall of 2002, teachers at the author's school were expressing interest in finding new ways to teach science as inquiry--and she was looking for an interesting plant inquiry for second-grade students. That November, She attended a Journey North workshop at the Tennessee Science Teachers Association convention and had an "a-ha"…
Descriptors: Investigations, Gardening, Science Teachers, Plants (Botany)
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Stephens, Alan A.; Atwater, J. Brian; Kannan, Vijay R. – Learning Organization, 2013
Purpose: The collapse of the sub-prime mortgage market parallels several earlier failures within the financial services sector, begging the question why the lessons of past failures were not learned. Throughout history from the tulip bulb crisis of the 1600s to the most recent economic crisis, decision-makers keep making the same mistakes. This…
Descriptors: Financial Services, Failure, Decision Making, Systems Approach
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Quemart, Pauline; Casalis, Severine; Cole, Pascale – Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2011
Three visual priming experiments using three different prime durations (60 ms in Experiment 1, 250 ms in Experiment 2, and 800 ms in Experiment 3) were conducted to examine which properties of morphemes (form and/or meaning) drive developing readers' processing of written morphology. French third, fifth, and seventh graders and adults (the latter…
Descriptors: Priming, Control Groups, Reading Comprehension, Semantics
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Dikker, Suzanne; Pylkkanen, Liina – Brain and Language, 2011
There exists an increasing body of research demonstrating that language processing is aided by context-based predictions. Recent findings suggest that the brain generates estimates about the likely physical appearance of upcoming words based on syntactic predictions: words that do not physically look like the expected syntactic category show…
Descriptors: Stimulation, Semantics, Form Classes (Languages), Prediction
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Bassok, Miriam; Pedigo, Samuel F.; Oskarsson, An T. – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2008
Results from 2 relational-priming experiments suggest the existence of an automatic analogical coordination between semantic and arithmetic relations. Word pairs denoting object sets served as primes in a task that elicits "obligatory" activation of addition facts (5 + 3 activates 8; J. LeFevre, J. Bisanz, & L. Mrkonjic, 1988). Semantic relations…
Descriptors: Semantics, Mental Computation, Arithmetic, Semiotics
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Dolbear, Anne L. – Reading Teacher, 1989
Describes how students enjoy poetry by writing cinquain poems. Provides an example lesson leading to a completed cinquain poem about tulips. (MM)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Creative Writing, Elementary Education, Poetry
Oliver, Phillip – Library Journal, 2004
Exotic, captivating, and seductive, orchids have long fascinated plant lovers. They first attracted the attention of Westerners in the 17th century, when explorers brought back samples from South America and Asia. By the mid-1800s, orchid collecting had reached a fever pitch, not unlike that of the Dutch tulip craze of the 1630s, with rich (and…
Descriptors: College Libraries, Public Libraries, Library Materials, Plants (Botany)
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Gusack, Nancy, Ed.; And Others – Library Hi Tech, 1995
Contains 11 articles that describe different university access systems designed and built to provide access to journals via The University Licensing Program (TULIP), a science journal access project, involving Elsevier Science Publishing and major universities. The project produced insights to help with future electronic information delivery…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Online Systems
National Park Service (Dept. of Interior), Washington, DC. – 2002
Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park is important because of its diversity of life on the surface and underground. Some of the plants in the park include trees such as oaks, hickories, tulip poplars, sycamores, and many types of bushes. The animal population is also very diverse and includes bats, squirrels, deer, raccoons, opossums, chipmunks,…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Geology, Heritage Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Wilson, David B.; Shadish, William R. – Psychological Bulletin, 2006
The H. Bosch, F. Steinkamp, and E. Boller (see record 2006-08436-001) meta-analysis reaches mixed and cautious conclusions about the possibility of psychokinesis. The authors argue that, for both methodological and philosophical reasons, it is nearly impossible to draw any conclusions from this body of research. The authors do not agree that any…
Descriptors: Hypothesis Testing, Meta Analysis, Psychological Studies, Effect Size
Poland, Jean – 2000
In a university environment, the library can benefit from interest in the digital future on the part of other concerned groups. Computer science departments are natural partners in the development of digital libraries. Professional societies, for-profit companies, and foundations are also potential sources of support. Cornell University Library…
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Access to Information, Electronic Libraries, Higher Education
Caldwell, Jean; Clark, James; Herscher, Walter – 1996
This book opens with an exploration of the first economic revolution, which set the stage for the dramatic unfolding of the role economics has played in world history. The lessons focus on two topics: (1) why some economies grew and prospered while others remained stagnant or declined; and (2) what causes people to make choices that help or hinder…
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Citizen Role, Citizenship, Consumer Education
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