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Dobmeier, Robert A. – Professional School Counseling, 2011
This article identifies the Search Institute's Developmental Assets, character education, and the ASCA National Model's Competency Indicators as education-based programs in which spirituality is accessed for children to enhance resiliency. The author presents school counselor interventions based on these three programs that mutually support…
Descriptors: School Counseling, Religious Factors, Counseling, School Counselors
Davidheiser, Scott A. – ProQuest LLC, 2013
Understanding and implementing effective classroom assessments are essential to increasing student achievement (Marzano, 2000). Teachers' assessment literacy is viewed as a key link in the connection between assessment quality and student achievement. According to Marzano, the relationship is seen as important as any other in the teaching and…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, High Schools, Professional Development, School Districts
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Lane, India F. – Advances in Health Sciences Education, 2010
Nontechnical competencies identified as essential to the health professionals success include ethical behavior, interpersonal, self-management, leadership, business, and thinking competencies. The literature regarding such diverse topics, and the literature regarding "professional success" is extensive and wide-ranging, crossing educational,…
Descriptors: Veterinary Medical Education, Multiple Intelligences, Competency Based Education, Academic Achievement
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Jackson, Kelly F.; Samuels, Gina M. – Social Work, 2011
According to the 2010 U.S. census, approximately 9 million individuals report multiracial identities. By the year 2050, as many as one in five Americans could claim a multiracial background. Despite this population growth, a review of recent empirical and theoretical literature in social work suggests a disproportionate lack of attention to issues…
Descriptors: Population Growth, Social Work, Cultural Awareness, Census Figures
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Ettinger, Ellen Richter – Journal of Optometric Education, 1991
To become better role models, higher educators in institutions of clinical education should be conscious of the behaviors they demonstrate and the broad range of activities and attitudes that students observe and emulate, including clinical competence, professional demeanor, doctor-patient interactions, ethical values, and social consciousness.…
Descriptors: Clinical Teaching (Health Professions), College Faculty, Ethics, Higher Education
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Dearnley, Christine; Coulby, Ceridwen; Rhodes, Christine; Taylor, Jill; Coates, Catherine – Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2011
This paper will provide an overview of the specific issues related to involving service users and carers in work-based practice assessment of health and social care students. The outcomes of a shared workshop that involved service users and carers, practice assessors and students in the development of an interprofessional assessment tool, will be…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Services, Personnel Evaluation, Professional Occupations
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Stoddard, Kim; Braun, Bonnie; Dukes, Lyman, III; Koorland, Mark A. – Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 2007
Teacher preparation programs, in part due to national accreditation mandates, are beginning to examine assessment and instruction of teacher trainees' professional behavior and dispositions more carefully than in the past. The faculty at University of South Florida St. Petersburg developed the Professional Behavior Assessment tool (PBA) for rating…
Descriptors: Special Education, Preservice Teachers, Teaching Methods, Professional Development
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Seipel, Michael M. O.; Johnson, Jennifer D.; Walton, Elaine – Journal of Social Work Education, 2011
Selecting the best students and hiring the best social workers are important professional responsibilities. Findings from this exploratory study identify personal attributes that are significant in enabling MSW students and social work employees to succeed. Social work educators and agency administrators generally agree that personal attributes…
Descriptors: Academic Records, Employees, Ethics, Social Work
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Boni, Alejandra; Lozano, J. Felix – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 2007
The objective of the European Higher Education Area is, among others, to adopt a comparable degree framework for both undergraduate and post-graduate studies. Different kind of studies, with a European extent (e.g. the Tuning Project and the DeSeCo Project), suggest that, on finishing their undergraduate studies, students should have acquired a…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Ethics, Competence, Foreign Countries
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D'Souza, Clare; McCormack, Silvia; Taghian, Mehdi; Chu, Mei-Tai; Sullivan-Mort, Gillian; Ahmed, Tanvir – Education & Training, 2019
Purpose: Curricula is developing from a pure knowledge-based outcome to a more skill-based outcome, with the objective of creating and advancing competencies that meet employer expectations. While the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) demand organisations to change practices and adapt to sustainable goals, there is a lack of understanding…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Competency Based Education, Employer Attitudes, Administrators
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Burkholder, David; Hall, Stephanie F.; Burkholder, Jessica – Counselor Education and Supervision, 2014
This article investigated 71 counselor educators' perspectives and pedagogical practices related to "Ward v. Wilbanks" (2009) and the American Counseling Association (ACA) response to the case. The authors used qualitative content analysis to identify 6 themes from survey data: (a) views on gatekeeping and student training; (b)…
Descriptors: Counselor Educators, Teacher Attitudes, Court Litigation, Qualitative Research
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Nelson, Judith; Bustamante, Rebecca M. – International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 2009
In collaboration with principals and other leadership team members, professional school counselors have ethical responsibilities in promoting culturally competent school environments. Pre-service training is the ideal time for school counselors and principals to develop the necessary background information, tools, and assessment skills to assist…
Descriptors: School Counselors, Counselor Training, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Pluralism
Walcher, Mary Elizabeth – ProQuest LLC, 2011
Given the call for change in medical school curriculum towards a more humanistic approach, it remains clear that there is an urgent need to study the effects of personal development classes on medical students' skill level. Using participants from an ethical influence communications class, this study explored the impact of the use of…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Individual Development, Transformative Learning, Reflection
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Lapid, Maria; Moutier, Christine; Dunn, Laura; Hammond, Katherine Green; Roberts, Laura Weiss – Academic Psychiatry, 2009
Objective: Awareness of the privileges and limits of one's role as physician, as well as recognition and respect for the patient as a human being, are central to ethical medical practice. The authors were particularly interested in examining the attitudes and perceived needs of psychiatric residents toward education on professional boundaries and…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Physicians, Patients, Ethics
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Hodge, David R. – Research on Social Work Practice, 2007
Cultural competence has become a central social work tenet enshrined in the profession's ethical and educational standards. Few measures of cultural competence exist, however, in spite of an increasing array of religious, ethnic, and racial groups in U.S. society. This article develops a new measure to assess cultural competence among one family…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Religion, Social Work, Evaluation Methods
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