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Christy Derrick; Catherine Snyder; Kristin LaRoche; Stephanie Marshall; Kathy Dowell – Grantee Submission, 2024
Union County Public Schools (UCPS) received a U.S. Department of Education Teacher and School Leader Incentive Program grant in 2017, supporting the EPIC program aimed at transforming education in 13 low-performing, high-poverty schools. The EPIC initiative had two primary goals: redesigning the Human Capital Management System and…
Descriptors: Public School Teachers, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Evaluation, Performance Based Assessment
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Riesthuis, Paul; Otgaar, Henry; Hope, Lorraine; Mangiulli, Ivan – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2022
In the current experiment, we examined the effects of self-generated deceptive behavior on memory. Participants (n = 230) were randomly assigned to a "strong-incentive to cheat" or "weak-incentive to cheat" condition and played the adapted Sequential Dyadic Die-Rolling paradigm. Participants in the "strong-incentive to…
Descriptors: Incentives, Deception, Memory, Cheating
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Urban, Marek; Urban, Kamila – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2023
Metacognition and motivation are considered key facets of self-regulation in various contexts. Recent studies identified a link between metacognition and creative performance, with metacognitively aware students performing more creatively and exhibiting higher levels of intrinsic and identified extrinsic motivation. The present study aims to…
Descriptors: College Students, Metacognition, Motivation, Creativity
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Powell, Teresa M.; Geronimo-Hara, Toni Rose; Tobin, Laura E.; Donoho, Carrie J.; Sheppard, Beverly D.; Walstrom, Jennifer L.; Rull, Rudolph P.; Faix, Dennis J. – Field Methods, 2023
Declining survey response rates concern researchers aiming to ensure study validity. This article tested the effectiveness of multiple pre-incentives on increasing survey response to the Millennium Cohort Study. Participants consisted of U.S. military service members and veterans, and were randomly assigned to receive a $2 bill, $5 gift card,…
Descriptors: Military Personnel, Response Rates (Questionnaires), Surveys, Incentives
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Dan Goldhaber; Cyrus Grout; Kristian L. Holden; Josh B. McGee – Online Submission, 2024
Retirement plans can create strong financial incentives that have important labor market implications, and many states have adopted alternative plan designs that significantly change these incentives. The authors use longitudinal data to investigate the impact of Washington State's 1996 introduction of a hybrid retirement plan on late-career…
Descriptors: Retirement Benefits, Incentives, Faculty Mobility, Teacher Employment Benefits
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Jessica Anderson; Jiling Liu – Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators, 2024
To combat the ever-increasing number of symptoms of ADHD in the classroom, this article suggests a few strategies and a one-week physical activity plan for educators to adopt during the school day. These strategies are easily implemented, requiring no additional equipment, tools or extra time.
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Class Activities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Motion
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Hosek, James; Knapp, David; Mattock, Michael G.; Asch, Beth J. – Educational Researcher, 2023
Retirement incentives are frequently used by school districts facing financial difficulties. They provide a means of either decreasing staff size or replacing retiring senior teachers with less expensive junior teachers. We analyze a one-time retirement incentive in a large school district paid to teachers willing to retire at the end of the…
Descriptors: Incentives, Teacher Retirement, Compensation (Remuneration), Prediction
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Shreya Singh; Cecilia Cerja; Catherine Helen Palczewski – Communication Education, 2024
Long before the Dobbs decision, abortion was a fraught topic in communication classes. Post-Dobbs, the disincentives to discussing abortion intensified as a slew of state legislative actions-imposed restrictions not only on abortion access, but also on anything that might be construed as support for abortion. The purpose with this essay is to…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Pregnancy, College Faculty, State Legislation
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Jiaopin Ren; Wei Xu; Ziqing Liu – International Journal of Game-Based Learning, 2024
The objective of this study is to examine and compare the impact of serious games and gamification on learning achievement and motivation. The results of the meta-analysis indicate that gamification has a more positive influence on learning achievement and motivation compared to serious games. The analysis reveals that gamification demonstrates a…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Gamification, Academic Achievement, Meta Analysis
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Christoph Beuthner; Bernd Weiß; Henning Silber; Florian Keusch; Jette Schröder – International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2024
As our modern world has become increasingly digitalized, various types of data from different data domains are available that can enrich survey data. To link survey data to other sources, consent from the survey respondents is required. This article compares consent to data linkage requests for seven data domains: administrative data, smartphone…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Online Surveys, Data Collection, Informed Consent
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Porporato, Marcela; Samuels-Jones, Tameka – International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to use the case of York University in Canada to analyze the connection between University Social Responsibility and voluntary disclosure. The authors examine whether the university's voluntary air emissions disclosure is performative by exploring whether York University's espoused commitment to its community…
Descriptors: Pollution, Social Responsibility, Measurement, Models
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Verschuere, Bruno; Bogaard, Glynis; Meijer, Ewout – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2021
The Verifiability Approach predicts that truth tellers will include details that can be verified by the interviewer, whereas liars will refrain from providing such details. A meta-analysis revealed that truth tellers indeed provided more verifiable details (k = 28, d = 0.49, 95% CI [0.25; 0.74], BF[subscript 10] = 93.28), and a higher proportion…
Descriptors: Deception, Ethics, Credibility, Incentives
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Riesthuis, Paul; Otgaar, Henry; Hope, Lorraine; Mangiulli, Ivan – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2021
The proposed experiment will examine the effect of deceptive behavior on memory. Participants will be assigned to a "strong-incentive to cheat" or "weak-incentive to cheat" condition and play the adapted Sequential Dyadic Die-Rolling paradigm. Specifically, Player A (computer; participants think it is another participant)…
Descriptors: Incentives, Deception, Cheating, Memory
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Paredes, Alexandre; Mendonça, Joana; Bação, Fernando; Damásio, Bruno – Research Evaluation, 2022
In this study, we use panel data to analyse the impact of an R&D tax credit on R&D personnel, particularly the impact on Ph.D. holders allocation, comparing low R&D intensity firms with medium-high and high R&D intensity firms. The results show that, in medium-high and high R&D intensity firms, the R&D tax credit had a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Research and Development, Tax Credits, Incentives
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Lépine, Andrea – Education Finance and Policy, 2022
This paper provides evidence on a large-scale teacher incentive program in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, which awarded group bonuses to teachers and school staff conditional on improvements in student performance. By using a difference-in-differences and triple-differences framework with a series of alternative counterfactual groups, I show that…
Descriptors: Incentives, Academic Achievement, Foreign Countries, Teacher Salaries
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