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Indiana University School of Education

Works: 910 works in 1,201 publications in 1 language and 10,979 library holdings
Genres: Periodicals  History  Academic theses  Conference papers and proceedings  Abstracts  Bibliographies 
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Classifications: L11, 370.9
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History of education quarterly by History of education society (Etats-Unis)( )

in English and held by 1,236 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mathematical problem solving : issues in research by Frank K Lester( Book )

2 editions published in 1982 in English and held by 358 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This set of papers was originally developed for a conference on Issues and Directions in Mathematics Problem Solving Research held at Indiana University in May 1981. The purpose is to contribute to the clear formulation of the key issues in mathematical problem-solving research by presenting the ideas of actively involved researchers. An introduction provides an overview of each paper. The papers focus on the psychology of mathematical problem solving (R.E. Mayer), knowledge organization (E.A. Silver), implications from information-processing psychology, (D.J. Briars) building bridges between psychological and mathematics education research (F.K. Lester, Jr.), measuring problem solving outcomes (G.A. Goldin), a model for elementary teacher training in problem solving (J.F. LeBlanc), applied problem solving (R. Lesh, and M. Akerstrom), a concept-learning perspective (R.J. Shumway), and a statement of issues (H.L. Schoen). (Mns)
Viewpoints in teaching and learning( )

in English and Undetermined and held by 328 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Viewpoints : bulletin of the School of Education, Indiana University( )

in English and held by 315 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bulletin of the School of Education, Indiana University by Indiana University (Estados Unidos)( )

in English and held by 224 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Public schools and the First Amendment : proceedings of a conference( Book )

2 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 151 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Studies in education( )

in English and held by 112 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Simulation models for education : [proceedings] by Phi Delta Kappa( Book )

3 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 103 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Understanding the spirituality of human relationships in Buber and Rumi : an application to multicultural education in Malaysia by Mohd Mokhtar Muhamad( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 81 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Most studies on relationships in education are not about human relationships in itself, but about what teachers or students perceived to be a good teacher-students relationship or the outcome of a good teacher-students relationship. This dissertation, however, attempts to unfold the complex and implicit elements of human relationships and investigate how it can be practiced in teacher-student relationships in current educational settings. For this purpose, this dissertation explores two figures who had significantly contributed to the knowledge of human relationships---Martin Buber and Jalaluddin Rumi. The aim of this study is to explore how an understanding of human relationships from a spiritual perspective can improve teacher-student relationships in educational settings and help students to learn to perceive any relationship with another person not only as multicultural relationships but also as relationships between human beings. There are three principles of spirituality in human relationships derived from the teachings of Buber and Rumi. First, the human reason cannot be the foundation of the relationships between human beings because of certain limitations. Second, there is a state of a unified-self where qualities including ones that are paradoxical to each other can be reconciled and hold together within the unified self. Third, the relationship between a human being and the world is a microcosm-macrocosm relationship. Spiritual relationship is a relationship of microcosm1-macrocosm-microcosm2 where two individuals are sharing the same macrocosm. In educational settings, teachers play an important role in establishing spiritual relationships with students. Spirituality is not something that the human reason can observe and assess. What teachers can do is to make sure that the spiritual barriers are removed and turn towards the students as a whole person. Such a relationship between teachers and students of different race and religion can possibly establish a harmonious multicultural society in Malaysia
Gender influences on help seeking among men and women with chronic pain by Sarah J LaGrange( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Previous research has supported the notion that significantly more women than men seek help for chronic pain. This study aims to understand gender differences in how, when, and from whom individuals seek help for chronic pain. In particular, many aspects of masculinity have been demonstrated to inhibit help seeking. Participants were a sample of patients seeking treatment at a pain treatment facility. It was hypothesized that there would be a greater discrepancy between pain self-reported on paper versus in person by men than would be by women. It was also hypothesized that higher conformity to masculine norms would be positively related to greater self-report discrepancy. Additionally, the author expected to find gender differences in the amount of time between the onset of pain and disclosure of pain as well as medical help seeking. Again, it was anticipated that greater delays in disclosure and medical help seeking would be related to higher conformity to masculine norms. Moreover, conformity to masculine norms was expected to mediate gender differences in help seeking. The author also hypothesized that the type of people to whom pain is first disclosed would differ based on differences in gender and conformity to masculine norms
Effects of sleep schedule on training of executive function skills by Rosanne Wei-Ling Chien( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of sleep schedule on the learning trajectories, acquisition, and consolidation for preschoolers participating in a training program targeting attention. This study expanded on current literature by examining the effect of training attention skills and focused on sleep in preschoolers using an experimental design. Explorations of how changes in bedtime play a role in training attention in preschoolers were made
Fathering gay sons : examining conceptual and empirical perspectives by Angela Horn( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation utilizes a 2-in-1 format---combining two manuscripts within one dissertation. The first chapter is a conceptual manuscript in which I propose a framework for clinicians to utilize when working with heterosexual fathers of gay sons. This was recently published in the peer-reviewed journal, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (Horn & Wong, 2014). The second chapter, an empirical manuscript, qualitatively explores the relationships between gay sons and their heterosexual fathers through fathers' eyes. Upon completion of the dissertation defense, this manuscript will also be submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal
Financing public elementary and secondary school facilities in the United States( Book )

2 editions published in 1970 in English and held by 76 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

High-engagement gameplay behaviors and mental health by Andrew Zaitsoff( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 73 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The current study expands on Charlton and Danforth's (2007) study establishing "addiction" and "engagement" as distinct constructs. 2,092 participants were sorted into four different categories (low-engagement/low-problematic, low-engagement/high-problematic, high-engagement/low-problematic, and high-engagement/high-problematic), and their responses to the Mental Health Inventory (Veit & Ware, 1983) were compared. Participants in the high-problematic groups were found to have more negative mental health scores than participants in the low-problematic groups; specifically, their responses demonstrated lower scores on the Positive Affect and Life Satisfaction factors, while also showing higher scores on the Anxiety and Depression factors. Participants in the high-engagement groups demonstrated higher scores on the Loss of Control and Emotional Ties factors, even in the high-engagement/high-addiction group. Similarly, individuals in the low-engagement/low-problematic group demonstrated the lowest scores on the Loss of Control factor. The study continues with several implications for future research, practice, and advocacy
The spatial campus: a planning scheme with selected and annotated bibliography by Louis A D'Amico( Book )

3 editions published in 1968 in English and held by 73 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The directions of development and relationship of the urban college campus with its community are examined in detail. Annotated bibliographies of articles from periodicals and scholarly journals are grouped by subject classifications. The subjects listed are--(1) administration, (2) planning, (3) educational-architectural relations, (4) finance, (5) state legislation, (6) construction, (7) expansion, (8) utilization, (9) parking, and (10) college-community relations. These subjects include 289 annotated abstracts of articles. A separate section of 482 referenced articles on building description follows. These references are separated into those without floor plans and those with floor plans, and list only periodical articles. (Rlp)
An exploration of Taiwanese adolescent cross-Strait transmigration, education, and identification by Hsiang-ning Wang( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation explores the identification of Taiwanese adolescents with Taiwan and/or China as a process and outcome of cross-Strait transmigration. Given their explicit or implicit identification with Taiwan, and their need to accommodate Chinese social norms, transmigrant youth are identified as "third culture kids," not belonging fully to either culture but to an in-between status and location that they have been forced to negotiate. From political, societal, and cultural perspectives, this dissertation analyzes how identity is legitimized, contested, and negotiated through the dynamic interplay among institutional sources of power such as the state and schools, public discourses on cross-Strait relations, social interactions among individuals, and individual subjectivity. Drawing on data from a one-year multi-sited ethnographic study in both Mainland China and Taiwan, this dissertation reveals the lived experiences of Taiwanese transmigrant youth by addressing political and ideological challenges, disparity of social norms and status, and cultural challenges and opportunities they encounter in their large social and educational ecology composed of family, school, community, and cross-Strait societies. The daily identification practices and performances of these young Taiwanese transmigrants shape an integrated and collective Taiwanese identity closely connected to a strong awareness of and response to cultural, political and normative differences between themselves and the Chinese they come to know and interact with on the Mainland; their respect for their host country is generally limited to its economic power. Transmigrant youths show diverse individual differences in their identification with Taiwan and China as seen in their selective assimilation, accommodation, and resistance, which are unsettled and changing. The complexities behind their identification with Taiwan are reflected in their shifting use of languages and behaviors based on varied circumstances that can be characterized as expressions of political defensive identity, differentiated identity, coexisting romanticized and pragmatic identity, class identity, and youth culture identity
New perspectives on comprehension by Jerome C Harste( Book )

1 edition published in 1979 in English and held by 65 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Non-response bias on Web-based surveys as influenced by the digital divide and participation gap by Kevin R Guidry( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 64 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study explores the non-response bias of first-year undergraduate students on a self-administered Web-based survey. First, data were collected with a supplemental survey added to the Beginning College Survey of Student Engagement (BCSSE). K-means clustering was used with this newly constructed Internet Access and Use survey to classify students according to their Internet access and use experiences. Second, demographic data from BCSSE and the Internet access and use data were included in a logistic regression predicting response to the subsequent National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
Facilitating variable-length computerized classification testing via automatic racing calibration heuristics by Andrew F Barrett( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 64 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This research was the first of its kind in evaluating the ARCH method. ARCH appears to be a viable CCT method, which could be particularly useful in massively open online courses (MOOCs). Additional studies with different test content and contexts are needed
When doing your best isn't good enough : parents with intellectual disabilities and the child welfare system by Kathy D Ballard( )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 64 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Issues related to parents with intellectual disabilities (ID) raising children are complex. Parents with ID may have difficulty adequately providing for their children, intellectually, emotionally and financially. Parents with ID may have difficulty making decisions regarding their parenting role (Anous, Goupil & Feldman, 2003; Budd & Greenspan, 1981; Feldman, Sparks & Case 1992; Heighway, Kidd-Webster & Snodgrass, 1988)
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controlled identityIndiana University

controlled identityIndiana University, Bloomington. School of Education (2018- )

controlled identityIUPUI (Campus). Division of Education

Indiana University Bloomington, Ind School of Education

Indiana University, Bloomington. School of Education

Indiana University, Bloomington. School of Education (1975-2018)

Indiana. University. School of Education

IU School of Education

IU School of Education (1908-2018)

IUPUI (Campus) School of Education

IUPUI (Campus). School of Education (1975-2018)

School of Education.

School of Education in Bloomington.

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