Annotated Bibliography Burch, M. J., Swails, P., & Mills, R. (2015). PERCEPTIONS OF ADMINISTRATORS' SERVANT LEADERSHIP QUALITIES AT A CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY. Education, 135(4), 399-404. doi:10.1057/9781137492456.0005 This journal article analyses servant leadership and transformational leadership in Christian universities. It begins by summarizing servant and transformational leadership. It discusses the similarities and differences of these two leadership styles. The article
Problem Solution Proposal and Annotated Bibliography My most significant area of academic experiences was education and special education, because I took all require classes and still I had to take more classes then I took several psychology courses that could be more constructive in my field. These are courses related to my major, and had positive and effective impression on my academic experiences: Course ID1: Digital Learning in the Elementary Classroom, K-8 - 84723 - ELED 3300 This course mostly
Annotated Bibliography Journals: Denson, N., & Chang, M. (2009). Racial Diversity Matters: The Impact of Diversity-Related Student Engagement and Institutional Context. American Educational Research Journal, 46, 322-353. This article discusses the different forms of racial diversity contribution to students’ educational and learning experiences and the autonomous positive effects on students who adopt these diversity opportunities. The author demonstrates how the quality of higher
colleges offering certification have courses that prepare the students for working with ESL/ELL students. Of the total population of teachers on campus, less than 26% of the teachers have received professional development related to instructional practices for these students. Furthermore, out of the 50 states in the United States only 20 of these states require that teacher have training with working with ESL and ELL students as a requirement of for employment. Moreover, these ESL/ELL students had higher
to live. She founded Ryker High School on the belief that children are best served in education when their capabilities, interests and habits are the most important considerations in the curriculum. Consequently, Dr. Ryker focused on the essential role schools play in helping students embrace their responsibility in the betterment of society. She created Ryker’s with the idea to provide a place where students reach their full potential in a nurturing, challenging, democratic and diverse setting.
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY Annotated Bibliography Alleyne, Emma & Wood, Jane L., (2011). Gang Involvement: Social and Environment Factors. Crime and Delinquency 60 (4) 547-568. Using the stereotypes of the American Culture, this study by Alleyne and Wood is based on Gang Involvement in a British setting. The study examines individual, social and environmental factors that can have an impact on gang-involved youths or non-gang involved youths. In order to find which factors play a role on involved/non-involved
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND It is well known that children learn in various ways and have their own individual styles and strategies. Some may enjoy group works, others individual works. Some may prefer teacher instructions with worksheets and firm direction, rather than self-generated research projects. There are numerous ways children learn, but how does the surrounding environment, affects a child’s learning ability and influence the learning strategies that
Library and Information Center Management Recent Titles in Library and Information Science Text Series Library and Information Center Management, Sixth Edition Robert D. Stueart and Barbara B. Moran United States Government Information: Policies and Sources Peter Hernon, Harold C. Relyea, Robert E. Dugan, and Joan F. Cheverie Library Information Systems: From Library Automation to Distributed Information Access Solutions Thomas R. Kochtanek and Joseph R. Matthews The Complete Guide to Acquisitions
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Advancing Effective Communication, Cultural Competence, and Patient- and Family-Centered Care A Roadmap for Hospitals Quality Safety Equity A Roadmap for Hospitals Project Staff Amy Wilson-Stronks, M.P.P., Project Director, Health Disparities, Division of Quality Measurement and Research, The Joint Commission. Paul Schyve, M.D., Senior Vice President, The Joint Commission Christina L. Cordero, Ph.D., M.P.H., Associate Project Director, Division of Standards and Survey Methods, The Joint