Author(s) Megan Marshall Faculty Mentor(s) Naomi Petersen (Accessibility Studies) Abstract A large number of deaf and hard of hearing children are enrolled in mainstream education programs and many are taught in general education classrooms, by teachers who have not focused on special education in their… Read More »The Extent Deafness is Mentioned in Elementary Education Courses at Central Washington University
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Author(s) Khodi Kaviani Abstract Examining the school curriculum used in today’s Islamic Republic of Iran reveal a disturbing attempt by the theocracy to impose its values on the entire population of Iran. This study reveals how schools have become a tool for indoctrination by the… Read More »Theocratic Education in Pictures
Author(s) Samantha Wilson Faculty Mentor(s) Emilie Hancock (Math Education), Brandy Wiegers (Mathematics) Abstract Engaging more faculty in Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) can increase the number of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) faculty utilizing evidence-based practices for undergraduate teaching and learning, as well as the… Read More »Emerging STEM Discipline-Based Education Researchers
Associations Between Cognitive Impairment with Body Mass Index, Race/Ethnicity, Educational Attainment, and Gender in Older U.S.
Author(s) Christianna Dix Faculty Mentor(s) David Gee (Food Science and Nutrition), Nicole Stendell-Hollis (Nutrition), Amie Wojtyna (Public Health) Abstract Body Mass Index (BMI) is a quick, inexpensive nutritional assessment which may assist RD’s in efficiently applying optimal care techniques to enable the best achievable quality… Read More »Associations Between Cognitive Impairment with Body Mass Index, Race/Ethnicity, Educational Attainment, and Gender in Older U.S.
Author(s) Danna Boshak Faculty Mentor(s) Mary Radeke (Psychology), Lori Sheeran (Primate Behavior & Ecology), Stephanie Stein (Psychology) Abstract Orangutans are critically endangered and if action is not taken, their extinction is imminent. Zoological institutions worldwide serve as an educational means to engage the broader public… Read More »No Ape Left Behind: Orangutan Conservation Education Project
Author(s) Shannen Apresto Faculty Mentor(s) Kelly Pritchett (Food Science and Nutrition), Nicole Stendell-Hollis (Food Science and Nutrition), Tafere Belay (Food Science and Nutrition) Abstract With the rising rates of obesity and low consumption of well-balanced meals among children, the introduction of nutrition education is vital… Read More »Development of Nutrition Education for K-5 Students for The Daily Mile Program
Author(s) Michael Powers Faculty Mentor(s) Mark Samples (Music Education) Abstract Across the last 50 years, Stevie Nicks has built a critically and commercially successful career as a frontwoman of band Fleetwood Mac and as a solo artist. Critics and fans alike have long recognized her… Read More »Branding the Witch: Mysticism, Femininity, Timbre, and Stevie Nicks
The daily publicity has organized “virtual sessions” by college and discipline to allow each a time to be highlighted. That said, all student presentations are asynchronous. You do not need to “attend” on a specific day or at a particular time. CB CAH CEPS COTS CB… Read More »Daily Schedule
Stressors Impacting Academic Integration and Self-Efficacy of Female Adolescent Refugees of Middle East Conflict
Author(s) Kathryn Metzger Faculty Mentor(s) Denise Shaw (Teacher Education) Abstract This presentation examines the available research and literature on female adolescents who are refugees from areas of conflict in the Middle East and the impact that cultural, gender-based, and trauma-related stressors have on their self-efficacy… Read More »Stressors Impacting Academic Integration and Self-Efficacy of Female Adolescent Refugees of Middle East Conflict
Author(s) Mary Korth Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Physical Education, School & Public Health) Abstract Mary Korth Reducing Post-Partum Depression through Peer Support Interventions Post-partum depression occurs in 7-20% of pregnant women in the United States (Patel et. Al, 2012). Many mothers experience depression for the… Read More »Reducing Post-Partum Depression Through Peer Support Interventions