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July 21, 2019

Child Care Being Offered At 2019 AECT Convention

Note this information for an up-coming Fall conference.

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The AECT Board of Directors has approved a pilot program for offering child care at the 2019 AECT convention in Las Vegas. AECT will share the cost with those members using the service. The parent’s out-of-pocket cost will be $15 an hour per child. A minimum of 12 children will be needed to proceed with this program and contracted services.

Please contact AECT (email, aect@aect.org or phone, 812.335.7675) to let us know of your commitment, number of children and their ages, plus the approximate number of hours and days you will be using the service. AECT will require a deposit no later than August 30th to guarantee your space and the balance will be due at convention registration. You will also be required to sign consent forms for the child care/kids camp which will be provided byCorporate Kids Events, Inc.

AECT
320 W. 8th Street, Suite 101
Bloomington, IN 47404-3745
Toll Free: 877-677-2328 | Phone: 812-335-7675
Email: aect@aect.org

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July 19, 2019

Erik Black Uploaded “Developing A Survey To Measure Best Practices Of K-12 Online Instructors” And 8 Other Papers

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Developing a Survey to Measure Best Practices of K-12 Online Instructors
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Evaluation • Professional Development + 3 more
Limited data exists related to teaching and learning in K-12 virtual schools. This paper builds upon a recent study related to successful practices of K-12…
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Identifying Indicators During Pregnancy for Child Maltreatment
 byErik Black, University of Florida
Humans • Female • Adult • Middle Aged • Child • Pregnancy • Young Adult + 9 more
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The Association of Maternal Pre-pregnancy Body Mass Index with Breastfeeding Initiation
 byErik Black, University of Florida
Humans • Female • Adult • Adolescent • Pregnancy • Young Adult • Obesity + 10 more
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Developing a Survey to Measure Best Practices of K-12 Online Instructors
 byErik Black, University of Florida
Evaluation • Professional Development + 3 more
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An evaluation of familial involvements’ influence on student achievement in K–12…
 byErik Black, University of Florida
Educational Technology • Educational Psychology
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Wikipedia and academic peer review: Wikipedia as a recognised medium for scholarly…
 byErik Black, University of Florida
Information Systems • Library and Information Studies + 7 more
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Wikipedia and academic peer review: Wikipedia as a recognised medium for scholarly…
 byErik Black, University of Florida
Information Systems • Library and Information Studies + 7 more
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Pediatric Residents’ Learning Styles and Temperaments and Their Relationships to…
 byErik Black, University of Florida
Graduate medical education
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The application of the Educational Success Prediction Instrument (ESPRI) to an…
 byErik Black, University of Florida
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July 18, 2019

Tuesday Newsday – Madonna University

It seems one of the co-authors of an article I recently published has had it featured in one of his institutional outlets.

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A Weekly Newsletter for Madonna University Employees                                              July 16, 2019

 

Education Adjunct Gets Published

Jason Siko, adjunct faculty member for the College of Education, had an article published in the Journal of Catholic Education, along with several co-authors.  The article, titled, Schism or Communion? A Discussion of the Morality of Online Learning through a Christian/Catholic Lens, is a rebuttal of Catholic scholar Jonathan Malesic’s criticism of online learning as being contrary to Catholic teachings on learning and the relationship between teacher and student.

In the Journal’s 22-year history, this is the first time a Madonna faculty member has had an article published in it.

The open-access article can be found by clicking here.

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Plan ahead and provide event information at least two weeks in advance.

Madonna University: Our degrees change lives.

July 17, 2019

Volume 35, Issues 4, 5 & 6

No K-12 distance, online and/or blended learning items in this new issue of JRRE.  But note that new podcast below.

The Journal of Research in Rural Education is pleased to announce:

Volume 35 (2019, sixteenth online volume, twelfth volume at Penn State)

ISSUE 4
Book Review: Ardoin, S. (2018). College aspirations and access in working-class communities: The mixed signals, challenges, and new language first-generation students encounter. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Phillip Grant

ISSUE 5
Challenging Both Rural Advantage and Disadvantage Narratives: The Effects of Family Factors on American Student College Expectations in the Early 2010s
Xiao Li

ISSUE 6
Making Sense of Place: A Case Study of a Sensemaking in a Rural School-Community Partnership
Sarah J. Zuckerman

You can access this issue in the Featured Articles sidebar at: http://jrre.psu.edu/ or you can navigate directly to the article via the link provided above.

Thank you!

Rural Matters is a biweekly 30-minute podcast about rural education, business, and health. The podcast’s mission is to increase awareness, inform discussion, and expand the dialogue on the most important issues facing rural stakeholders today. You can access and subscribe for free to the podcast by using the links below or typing Rural Matters in the podcast search button on your smartphone.

Libsyn: http://ruralmatters.libsyn.com/

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rural-matters/id1271598048

Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/I3asnpjjqdbbnoij5kq4j65e2nq

Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=147778&refid=stpr

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The Journal of Research in Rural Education publishes research that is of demonstrable relevance to educational issues within rural settings. JRRE welcomes single-study investigations, historical and philosophical analyses, research syntheses, theoretical pieces, and policy analyses from multiple disciplinary perspectives. We welcome manuscripts concerning learning and instruction; preservice and inservice teacher education; educational leadership; educational policy; rural education and community development, and the cultural, historical, and economic context of rural education. Brief commentary on recently published JRRE articles is also appropriate.

Sally J. Kelley
Education Policy Studies
The Pennsylvania State University
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University Park, PA  16802
(814) 865-3449; FAX: (814) 865-3638

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