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  1. Perceptions of Ohio Teachers Toward Technological Literacy and Efficacy When Teaching Limited English Proficient Students for Statewide Testing

    Henry, Brad
    The purpose of this study was to generate insights into Ohio's Limited English Proficient (LEP) teachers' attitudes regarding technological literacy and efficacy. The first segment of the study addresses teacher’s use, access and knowledge of technology. The second segment evaluates teachers' perceptions of technology used for instruction to support higher achievement towards state wide testing with LEP students. Teachers' technological perceptions of how best to integrate technology, targeted at LEP students, are pivotal to grasping technology's current role. LEP students without access to emerging technologies will continue to be at a disadvantage to their non-LEP counterparts. This study was descriptive, survey research, and utilized an email/postal survey, consistent with the...
    (294244 bytes; application/pdf) - 23-abr-2014

  2. The Newspaper, Neighborhood Perception, and the Steel City: The Historical Impact of Community on Professional Sports as Reflected and Portrayed in the Local Press

    Kellison, Timothy
    College of Education Research Scholarship
    (21361649 bytes; application/pdf) - 23-abr-2014

  3. Effects of a Ten-week Aerobic Exercise Training Program on Cardiovascular Variables: Assessed to Predict Change of Blood Pressure in Prehypertensive African American Women

    Williams, Jacqueline
    Introduction: One out of four Americans has Hypertension (HTN). Furthermore, HTN is more prevalent in African American women than any segment of the population. Research has shown that blood pressure as low as 115/75 has a positive relationship with an increase risk of cardiovascular disease and doubles the risk with every rise of 20/10 mmHg. Thus, health associations have determined a new category of blood pressure called prehypertension. Aerobic exercise training decreases blood pressure significantly. There are few studies on African American women and how exercise affects blood pressure. The exercise related variables that are of interest include cardiac output...
    (213038 bytes; application/pdf) - 28-abr-2017

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