53 articles, 101 authors, 284 pages
Fall 2006     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 10, Issue 3

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Table of Contents
Educational Assessment  / 4
Health  / 5    
Intergenerational Service-Learning   /  6
	Judy L. Singleton, College of Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio
Reflections on Service Learning with the Aged  /  10
	Linde J. Getahun, Bethel University, Saint Paul, MN
Popular Culture in High School Language Arts  /  15
	John Day, University of Houston, TX
Personalizing Learning in Urban High Schools  /  20  
 	R.D. Nordgren, Cleveland State University, OH
A Service Learning Master’s Thesis on Asthma  /  25
	Tia Henderson, Portland State University
The Real World: Service, Learning and Missions   /  30
	Mary Ellen Miller La Salle University, PA
	Louise Giugliano,  La Salle University, PA
Perceptions on Problem-Based Online Learning  /  34
	S. Engin Koc, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
	Zahide Yildirim, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
	M. Yasar Ozden, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Student Perceptions of School and Personal Factors   /  39
	Delois L. Maxwell, Virginia State University,   VA
Environmental Arts in a Theological Context  /  44
	Connie Lasher, St. Joseph’s College of Maine
Reflective Practice That Nurtures Dispositions  /  49 
	Lee Breese, Alverno College, WI
	Rita Nawrocki-Chabin, Alverno College, WI
Tenure Practices in Allied Health and Nursing   /  54
	 Joseph A. Balogun, Chicago State University, IL
	Patricia E. Sloan, Chicago State University,  IL
	Monique Germain, Chicago State University, IL
K-12 Teachers’ Assessment of Student Learning  /  61
	Long Peng, State University of New York at Oswego, NY
Divinity and Femininity Issues in Counseling  /  66
	Darline Hunter, University of Houston Clear Lake
	Rhonda Moore, University of Houston Clear Lake
Issues: Blending Online and Face-to-Face Teaching  /  71 
	Darlene V. Habanek, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Teacher Efficacy and Elementary Teacher Education  /  75
	Yu-Liang (Aldy) Chang, MingDao University, Taiwan
	Su-Chiao (Angel) Wu, National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Resiliency in a Professional Development School  /  80
 	Paul G. Caron, University of Southern Maine
	Christy Hammer, , University of Southern Maine
	William (Bumper) White, , University of Southern Maine
Service-Learning in healthcare education  /  85
	Kevin R. Kearney, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Media Literacy: (Mis) Shaping Women’s Sports  /  90
	Susan G. Ziegler, Cleveland State University, OH
The Bully Within Us…As Teachers  /  95
	Judy H. Mullet, Eastern Mennonite University, VA
A Framework for Developing Classroom Games   /  100
	John B. McDermott, Fairfield University, CT
	Alina M. Zapalska, US Coast Guard Academy, CT 
Cooperative Learning: Why the Reluctance?  /  105
	Wade W. Fish,  The University of Texas at Tyler
Using Positive Behavior Supports in EBD Settings   /  110
	Kathleen Beaudoin, University of Washington, Tacoma
	Gregory J. Benner, University of Washington, Tacoma
	Rich Knuth, University of Washington, Tacoma
Channel One and Effectiveness of Media Literacy  /  115
	Erica W. Austin, Washington State University
	Bruce E. Pinkleton, Washington State University
	Rebecca Van de Vord, Washington State University
	Michelle Arganbright, Washington State University
	Yi-Chun “Yvonnes” Chen, Washington State University
Tackling campus-based assessment collaboratively  /  121
	Kerrie Fergen Wilkes, State University of New York at Fredonia
Aspiring School Leaders Reflect on the Internship   /  126
	Amany Saleh, Arkansas State University
	Jackie McBride, Arkansas State University
	Joan Henley, Arkansas State University
E-mail, Literacy, and Learning: Lessons from Carl  /  135
	Barbara Cohen, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
	Angela daSilva, Levittown School District, NY
Promoting Academic Success for All Students  /  142
	C. Thomas Holmes, The University of Georgia
	Carvin L. Brown, The University of Georgia
	Bob Algozzine, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Rhetoric’s Teaching and Multi-Modal Learning  /  148
	John C. Adams, Hamilton College
Shifting Currents in Media Awareness  /  154
	Chris Boulton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
	Erica Scharrer, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Media Literacy for Reading Master’s Students  /  159
	Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Loyola College in Maryland
	Debby Deal, Loyola College in Maryland
Using Online Technology to Create New Audiences  /  164
	Pamela K. Coke, Colorado State University
Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions of Inclusion  /  169
	Melinda R. Pierson, California State University, Fullerton
	Erica J. Howell, University of California, Riverside
Integrating Media Literacy into the Curriculum  /  174
	Guofang Wan, Ohio University
Teacher Efficacy, School Reform, and State Tests  /  178
	Caitlin Scott, Cleveland State University
	Joshua G. Bagaka’s, Cleveland State University
Self-Assessment: Grading or Knowing?  /  183
	Vince Cyboran, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL
Service Learning and Student Performance   /  187
	Felix U. Kamuche, Morehouse College, GA
Assessing the Wizards  /  192
	Carol M. Shepherd, National University, CA
	Ann Mary Mullane, Nutley High School, NJ
Media Literacy and Student/Teacher Engagement  /  198
	Paul Mihailidis, University of Maryland
	Ray Hiebert, University of Maryland
Teachers in Action  /  203
	Mary Mueller, Seton Hall University, NJ
	Roberta Devlin-Scherer, Seton Hall University, NJ
	Lourdes Z. Mitchel, Seton Hall University, NJ
Building Connections through Reflective Writing  /  208
	Robert T. Koch, Jr., Gordon College, GA
Inspiring Student Insights for Change  /  214  
	Cheryl Mallen, Brock University, Canada  
	Lorne Adams, Brock University, Canada 
Upward Influence and Grades in Higher Education  /  219
	John Garger, Binghamton University, NY
	Paul H. Jacques, Western Carolina University, NC
	Cynthia S. Deale, Western Carolina University, NC
Katrina and NCLB: Mandates but No Provisions  /  224
	Debra Lindsey Prince, Mississippi State University
	Kimberly Triplett, Mississippi State University
	Gail Lindsey, Mississippi State University 
Hate Speech:  Implications for Administrators  /  229
	Diana Bruns, Bacone College in Oklahoma
	Jeff W. Bruns, Bacone College in Oklahoma
Challenges to Effective Assessment of Learning  /  234
	Sue Margaret Norton, University of Wisconsin – Parkside
Cultural Orientations and Collaborative Learning  /  240 
	Hsiang-Ann Liao, Queensborough Community College, NY 
Redesigning Leadership Programs: 4 Puzzles  /  245
	Scott C. Bauer, George Mason University
	S. David Brazer, George Mason University
Preservice Teachers Learn to Do Action Research  /  250
	Alisa J. Bates, University of Utah
	Laura S. Pardo, Hope College
Are Midterms Bad for Faculty?  /  255
	Mary E. Pritchard, Boise State University
	Gregory S. Wilson, University of Evansville
Sexual Assault on Campuses: Trends and Prevention  /  260
	Brian K. Payne,  Old Dominion University, VA 
	Gina Respass, Old Dominion University, VA
Collaborative Testing: A Second Chance to Learn  /  265
	Davida Bloom, SUNY Brockport
Effects of Dyslexia and Dyscalculia on Teachers  /  270
	Elizabeth M. Wadlington,  Southeastern Louisiana University
	Patrick L. Wadlington, Hogan Assessments, Tulsa, OK
	Deborah E. Rupp, University of Illinois
Correlating Hardiness with Graduation Persistence  /  277
	Donald Lifton, Ithaca College, NY
	Sandra Seay, East Carolina University, NC
	Nancy McCarly, Mississippi State University, MS
	Rebecca Olive-Taylor, Elon University, NC
	Richard Seeger, Pacific Lutheran University, WA
	Dalton Bigbee, Texas A&M University at Kingsville, TX 
Keyword Subject Index   /  283-284
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