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Ting, Shueh-Chin – Educational Administration Quarterly, 2011
Purpose: After reviewing previous research, this study found that few school or educational studies have simultaneously explored both internal marketing and organizational commitment, and of those that have, only direct effects were examined. This study clarifies the relationship between school organization's internal marketing and teachers'…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers, School Organization, Employer Employee Relationship
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Spruance, Lori Andersen; Myers, Leann; O'Malley, Keelia; Rose, Donald; Johnson, Carolyn C. – Health Education & Behavior, 2017
Background: Consumption levels of fruits and vegetables (F/V) among children/adolescents are low. Programs like school-based salad bars (SB) provide children/adolescents increased F/V access. Aims: The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between SB use and individual and school-level factors among elementary and secondary school…
Descriptors: Children, Adolescents, Lunch Programs, Nutrition
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Kristianto, Budhi – Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 2017
Background: Although Indonesia is one of the world's most populated countries with a high penetration of internet usage there has been little research on SNS usage in Indonesia, especially involving children. Instead, SNS research in Indonesia has focused on university students and political, marketing, and disaster mitigation issues. Aim/Purpose:…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6
Levin, Diane – New Horizons in Education, 2010
Background: Media culture touches most aspects of the lives of children growing up today, beginning at the earliest ages. It is profoundly the lessons children learn as well as how they learn, thereby contributing to what this article characterizes as "remote control childhood." Educators need to understand remote control childhood so…
Descriptors: Mass Media Effects, Children, Educational Practices, Influence of Technology
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Katz, David L.; Katz, Catherine S.; Treu, Judith A.; Reynolds, Jesse; Njike, Valentine; Walker, Jennifer; Smith, Erica; Michael, Jennifer – Journal of School Health, 2011
Background: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of a nutrition education program designed to teach elementary school students and their parents, and to distinguish between more healthful and less healthful choices in diverse food categories. Methods: Three schools were assigned to receive the Nutrition Detectives[TM] program and…
Descriptors: Control Groups, Elementary School Students, Physical Education, Body Composition
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Williams, Lunetta M. – Journal of Educational Research, 2008
The author identified books most often selected among a sample of economically disadvantaged Black 8- to 12-year-old participants (N = 293) and investigated reasons participants offered for choosing specific books. Participants self-selected books at a book fair providing 412 books. The most commonly selected books supplied descriptive data.…
Descriptors: African American Students, Elementary School Students, Economically Disadvantaged, Books
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Reifel, Stuart – Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 2009
The purpose of this study was to explore an example of girls' doll play in contemporary US culture, including its virtual, political, marketing, and other contextual meanings. The narrative that provoked the analysis was a brief news report about a controversial school function--a school fund-raiser fashion show featuring American Girl doll…
Descriptors: Play, Females, Toys, Child Development
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Duncum, Paul – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2008
Studying imagery, irrespective of the kind, must focus equally upon its aesthetic attractiveness, its sensory lures, and its oftentimes dubious social ideology. The terms "aesthetic" and "ideology" are addressed as problematic and are defined in current, ordinary language terms: aesthetics as visual appearances and their effects and ideology as a…
Descriptors: Social Control, Art Education, Ideology, Aesthetics
Spielberger, Julie; Lockaby, Tracey – Chapin Hall Center for Children, 2006
This report covers the second year of a 3-year process evaluation of the Prime Time Initiative of Palm Beach County, Florida, a system-building effort to strengthen the availability and quality of after-school programs in the county. During the past two decades, the after-school field has expanded enormously. This growth has occurred partly in…
Descriptors: After School Programs, Program Evaluation, Pilot Projects, Program Improvement
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Grace, Donna J.; Henward, Allison S. – Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 2013
This study was an investigation into the ways in which two classes of six- and seven-year-old children in Hawaii talked about the media. The children were shown video clips from a variety of media and asked to respond both orally and in writing. The qualitative data gathered in this study were researcher notes, video and audio-taped focus group…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Mass Media Effects, Media Literacy, Video Technology
Seiter, Ellen – Peter Lang New York, 2007
Based on four years of experience teaching computers to 8-12 year olds, media scholar Ellen Seiter offers parents and educators practical advice on what children need to know about the Internet and when they need to know it. "The Internet Playground" argues that, contrary to the promises of technology boosters, teaching with computers is…
Descriptors: Internet, Popular Culture, Teaching Methods, Media Literacy