Summer 2003     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 7, Issue 2
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Editorials: (1) Service-Learning (2) Teaching the Novel and Short Fiction Why Teachers Should Also Write / 2392-3l EDITORS' CHOICE Kate Kiefer, Colorado State University This EDITORS' CHOICE article was featured -- in July 15th Academe Today, daily e-mail sent out to The Chronicle of Higher Education subscribers -- and in July 15th Magazine & Journal Reader, see archives http://chronicle.com/free/magarch.htm A GLANCE at the summer issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly: Teachers should also write (7/15/2003) Deadline Reporting: Terrorism on September 11 / 2427-3l Linda Kay, Concordia University, Canada Teaching Multiculturalism Post-9/11 / 2412-3l Christopher Todd Malone, Northeastern State University, OK Diversity Research as Service Learning / 2410-3l Karen L. Suyemoto, University of Massachusetts Boston Peter Nien-chu Kiang, University of Massachusetts Boston Teaching Between the Genres / 2406-3l Michael Cocchiarale, Widener University, PA Communication as Critical Inquiry in Service-Learning / 2403-3l Spoma Jovanovic, University of North Carolina Using technology to enhance service-learning reflections / 2390-3l Kathleen M. Nokes, Hunter College, CUNY Donna M. Nickitas, Hunter College, CUNY Robin Keida, Hunter College, CUNY Susan Neville, Hunter College, CUNY Coaching a High School Science Olympiad Team / 2388-3j Scott Robinson, SUNY Brockport Beginning Teachers and Service-Learning: Lessons Learned / 2387-3l Michelle Ray Cepello, California State University, Chico Teresa M. Davis, California State University, Chico Laurel Hill-Ward, California State University, Chico Teaching K. A. Porter’s “That Tree” / 2385-3l Elena Ortells Montón, University Jaume I of Castelló, Spain Visual Literacy After 9/11 / 2384-3l Alison Russell, Xavier University, OH Emergency Room Mode —A Service-Learning Case / 2383pm Lee Wilberschied, University of Cincinnati, OH Lisa Bauer, University of Cincinnati, OH Carla Gerdes, University of Cincinnati, OH Pathways to Intergenerational Understanding / 2382-3l Marylin Osborne Wakefield, James Madison University, VA Carolyn Bartick Ericson, George Mason University, VA Technology Professional Development: A Case Study / 2378-3j Dolores T. Burton, New York Institute of Technology Mentoring as Service-Learning for Undergraduates / 2376-3l Mary Louise Cashel, Southern Illinois University Carbondale Clair Goodman, Southern Illinois University Carbondale Jane Swanson, Southern Illinois University Carbondale Service-Learning in Preservice Teacher Education / 2375-3l Jeffrey B. Anderson, Seattle University, WA Joseph A. Erickson, Augsburg College, MN Enriching Economics Education Though Service-Learning / 2374-3l Saundra L. Wetig, University of Nebraska at Omaha Generating Social Capital in Schools through Service-Learning / 2367-3l Christopher J. Koliba, University of Vermont Developing Just Citizens in Australia / 2365-3l Jude Butcher, Australian Catholic University Peter Howard, Australian Catholic University Elizabeth Labone, Australian Catholic University Mark McFadden, Australian Catholic University and Charles Sturt University Peter W Sheehan, Australian Catholic University Reflecting on the Good Life: An Intergenerational Dialogue / 2364-3l Alberto Hernández-Lemus, Colorado College Bridging the Gap for Pre-service Teachers / 2358-3l Tami Abourezk, California State University, Northridge Debra L. Patterson, California State University, Northridge Is Service Learning Making the Grade? / 2357-3l Jennifer L. Romack, California State University, Northridge Middlemarch: Martyrs to Circumstances / 2350-3l Nursel Icoz, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey The Wellspring: Historical Writing Project / 2349-3l Megan McCarthy, Onekama Middle School, MI Writing the Self through Service, a Dietetic Ethics / 2347-3l Benjamin G. Lanier-Nabors, Louisiana State University Frankenstein Meets Maslow / 2345-3l Deborah Bice, Kent State University Ashtabula, OH Tamra Courey, Kent State University Ashtabula, OH Novel Pedagogies / 2342-3l Ruth Ann Smalley, The College of Saint Rose, NY At War, with Shakespeare--Student Development / 2337-3l Thomas J. Derrick, Indiana State University Increasing Awareness and Understanding of Students with Disabilities / 2336-3l Darra Pace, Hofstra University, NY A Conceptual Study of Visual Training Methods / 2329-3l Chong-Tek Aik, Walden University, MN Foreign Language Anxiety and Student Attrition / 2332-3l Phillip Bailey, University of Central Arkansas Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Howard University, Washington, DC Christine E. Daley, Muscogee County School District, GA Effect of Language Program on Behavior / 2330-3l Gregory J. Benner, University of Washington—Tacoma Paul Mooney, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Profile Of Learning Through Service: Assessment / 2328-3l Carol G. Weatherford, Clemson University, SC Emma M. Owens, Clemson University, SC David E. Weatherford, Jr., Clemson University, SC William Fisk, Clemson University, SC Analyzing Student Journals in a Service-Learning Course / 2326-3l Robert S. Weisskirch, California State University, Monterey Bay Learning Preferences/Instruction in General Chemistry / 2323-3l John Goodwin, Coastal Carolina University, SC Doug Smith, Coastal Carolina University, SC Teaching Statistics Courses: Some Important Considerations / 2322-3l Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Howard University, Washington, DC Nancy L. Leech, University of Colorado at Denver Values Gaps Among Faculty And Administrators / 2320-3l Jeff Totten, Southeastern Louisiana University Laurie Desiderato, Bemidji State University, MN Robert Ley, Bemidji State University, MN Marilyn Meisenheimer, Bemidji State University, MN Night Train's Dark Lesson /2316-3l Robert Johnson, Midwestern State University, TX Undergraduate Research as Community Service / 2314-3w Lori J. Vogelgesang, University of California Los Angeles Kathy O’Byrne, University of California Los Angeles Opera as an Intervention for Rural Public School Children / 2310-3w Pearl Yeadon McGinnis, Southwest Missouri State University Debra McDowell, Southwest Missouri State University Service-Learning: Empowering Students with Special Needs / 2309-3w Silva Karayan, California Lutheran University Paul Gathercoal, California Lutheran University Didactics and Entertainment on Eighteenth Century Hungarian Stage / 2307-3w Julia Demeter, Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary On The Road To Education For Democracy / 2304-3w Adam S. Weinberg, Colgate University, NY Service-Learning for Understanding Human Exceptionality / 2303-3w Jack Mayhew, Weber State University, UT Community Collaboration To Support Reentry Adult Women / 2298-3w Marilyn Lockhart, Montana State University Adopt a School / 2295-3w Beth McMahon, Lock Haven University, PA Fostering a Sense of Justice through International Service-Learning / 2292-3w Kathia Monard-Weissman, Institute for Global Education and Service-Learning, PA Role-Playing a Legend in Virtual Reality / 2288-2z Xun Ge, The University of Oklahoma Jack Lee, formerly of Wufeng Institute of Technology, Taiwan Kelly A. Yamashiro, formerly of Wufeng Institute of Technology, Taiwan Excellent Teachers: Exploring Constructions Of Teaching / 2275-3l Author: R.J. Vallance, University of Notre Dame, Australia What educators should know about HIV / 2272-3w Neena Khanna, University of Kentucky Sonja Feist-Price, University of Kentucky Sign Language of the Netherlands and Deaf Culture / 2267-2z Beppie van den Bogaerde, Hogeschool van Utrecht, Netherlands Marjan Stuifzand, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands Appropriating Literature in Foreign Language Classrooms / 2261-3l Miguel Mantero, The University of Alabama Analysis of Literature Seminar Web Sites / 2247-2z Peter Yang, Case Western Reserve University, OH Jesse Hauk Shera, Case Western Reserve University, OH Learning-Style Perceptual Preferences of Bruneian Students / 2244-2z Pengiran Rahmah Pengiran-Jadid, Universiti Brunei, Brunei Renaming the World: Freeman’s Revolt of Mother / 2228-3l Ngwarsungu Chiwengo, Creighton University, NE The Government’s Efforts to Improve Reading of Young Children / 2225-3l Lea Lee, Old Dominion University, VA Abha Gupta, Old Dominion University, VA Applying Film Theory in Teaching Fiction / 2221-3l Tammy Ostrander, College of St. Scholastica, MN Teaching the Novel in Context / 2204-3l Brett C. McInelly, Brigham Young University, UT The Unteaching of Literature / 2164-pm William A. Glasser former Senior Fulbright Lecturer Service Learning: Implementation and Evaluation in a Pharmacy Curriculum / 2405-3l Cynthia W. Coffey, Mercer University, GA Susan W. Miller, Mercer University, GA Candace Barnett, Mercer University, GA Vicky Turberville-Vega, Mercer University, GA The Mind as a Novel Metaphor / 2436-3l John K. Davis, California State University, Dominguez Hills Teaching Mindfully: Learning and Teaching through Story-telling Heather Ann Ackley Bean, Azusa Pacific University, CATo view selected abstracts, click on article's title.
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