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Education for Sustainability Policies: Ramifications for Practice

While it is well understood there is an urgent need to address global environmental problems, there is less understanding around how these problems can be addressed. At each level of government, policy is initiated as a response to a perceived problem. However, research has shown governmental policies are overly generalised which creates a universal approach, with little regard...

Content in context: analyzing interactions in a graduate-level academic Facebook group

This case study investigated a Facebook group created and managed by a faculty administrator for students and alumni in a graduate-level education program. While most research to date has considered course-based applications, this research reports on how an academic Facebook group functioned as a way to interact with students, alumni, and faculty outside of a formal academic...

A Study of How Angry Birds Has Been Used in Mathematics Education

Understanding how teachers are leveraging entertainment media for educational purposes is imperative in this age with near ubiquitous presence of digital games. In this qualitative study that considered videos posted to YouTube, we report how the digital game Angry Birds® has been implemented in a variety of settings in mathematics education. In particular we describe certain...

Practical Rationality, the disciplinary obligation, and authentic mathematical work: A Look at Geometry

Recommended Citation Deborah Moore-Russo1 State University of New York- Buffalo & Michael Weiss Oakland University Grossman and McDonald (2008) recently argued that the research community needs to move its

Practical Rationality, the disciplinary obligation, and authentic mathematical work: A Look at Geometry

://scholarworks.umt.edu/tme Part of the Mathematics Commons Recommended Citation Deborah Moore-Russo1 State University of New York- Buffalo & Michael Weiss Oakland University Grossman and McDonald (2008) recently

Experiential Learning in Vehicle Dynamics Education via Motion Simulation and Interactive Gaming

Creating active, student-centered learning situations in postsecondary education is an ongoing challenge for engineering educators. Contemporary students familiar with visually engaging and fast-paced games can find traditional classroom methods of lecture and guided laboratory experiments limiting. This paper presents a methodology that incorporates driving simulation, motion...

Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells from Infants Hospitalized Owing to Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection Express T Helper-1 and T Helper-2 Cytokines and CC Chemokine Messenger RNA

The cellular immune response to respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection was examined in infants aged 1–21 months who were hospitalized because of RSV infection or non-RSV-related illness. RSV- or control-stimulated peripheral blood mononuclear cells were examined to determine RSV-specific intracellular T helper-1 (Th1) and T helper- 2 (Th2) cytokine expression, chemokine...