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Educational leadership in an online world: connecting students to technology responsibly, safely, and ethically – The gap in technology knowledge and lack of leadership preparation related to digital literacy for school environments can cause serious problems, as school leaders, parents, and broader social communities are currently realizing. The authors describe strategies for educational leaders to prepare their stakeholder groups for a digital future, as well as take actions to reduce technology misuse or abuse. The authors suggest that educational institutions should consider this Digital Citizenship model as a potential new tool to for students, faculty and staff—both on-site and online.
Excelencia in Education – follow links under “Research” tab for brief online research papers on Hispanic-Serving Institutions and Hispanic higher education, including information about institutions with promising practices.
MEN-Competencias-TIC-desarrollo-profesional-docente-2013 – document (in Spanish) that details the Faculty Development Model used in Colombia to enhance faculty technology skills.
Understanding Student Mathematical Ways of Knowing: Relationships Among Mathematical Anxiety, Attitude Toward Learning Math, Gender, Ethnicity, and Separate and Connected Ways of Knowing– Dissertation written by Andrea L. Burne, a quantitative, correlational, survey design with anecdotal qualitative data was used to investigate the relationships among mathematical anxiety, attitude toward learning math, gender, ethnicity, and separate and connected ways of knowing within the context of the mathematics classroom. Recommended citation: Burnes, Andrea L., “Understanding Student Mathematical Ways of Knowing: Relationships Among Mathematical Anxiety, Attitude Toward Learning Math, Gender, Ethnicity, and Separate and Connected Ways of Knowing” (2014). Dissertations, Theses and Capstone Projects. Paper 649.
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