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Independent Practice with KidSkills #3
This independent practice handout deals with appropriate KidSkills tool selection, specifically the Big Picture Card tool....
Independent Practice with KidSkills #2
This independent practice handout deals with appropriate KidSkills tool selection, specifically the Homework Planner tool....
Independent Practice with KidSkills #1
This independent practice handout deals with appropriate KidSkills tool selection, specifically the Big Chunker tool....
Guided Practice with KidSkills
This guided practice explains how to make and edit a tool in KidSkills....
Orientation to KidSkills: Teaching the Strategies and Software to Students
This handout discusses an overview of KidSkills, including aspects of program tools, age-appropriateness and strategy instruction....
KidTools Support System: Design and Formative Evaluation - An Iterative Process
This report discusses how KidTools helps support the IDEA97 amendment by helping to apply "positive behavioral supports to assist children in adapting to educational environments." The report also includes design and usability testing of KidSkills....
KidSkills: Teaching the Strategies and Software to Students
This handout discusses strategy instruction, especially as it relates to the KidSkills software....
User Studies: Evaluating the Use of EPSS Tools for Self-Management by Children
(Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, 2000)
This paper is a report of user studies with an EPSS software program for children that provides them easy-to-use templates for creating self-management materials for use in classrooms. An evaluation was conducted on the ...
Electronic Performance Support Systems: An Assistive Technology Tool for Secondary Students with Mild Disabilities
(Association for Special Education Technology, 2007)
This article presents the results of a qualitative study investigating the usability and perceived effectiveness of StrategyTools™, an electronic performance system support designed for secondary students with mild ...
In-service and Pre-Service Teacher Training: A Study of Online Dialogue
-service teachers after training in the use of a student/teacher hypermedia software tool....
How university public relations departments choose medical research to promote
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2015)
of the information that institutions supply. Gatekeeping theory points to forces that might influence these choices—from the personal biases of public relations (PR) writers to the reputational goals of a university to the criteria PR workers commonly employ when...
Using the physical classroom environment as a tool for learning: a case study
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
the physical classroom and literacy through a critical case study conducted in an common public elementary school, located in the United States and found that the physical classroom affects the practice and outcomes of literacy education and learning would...
The (in)visibility of race, class, and gender: workers' standpoints on the transformation of Missouri's child welfare policy
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
This dissertation is an institutional ethnography of changes in Missouri's child welfare system after House Bill 1453. I demonstrate how child welfare policy is gendered, raced, and classed by examining practices, texts, and discourses in child...
2013 annual report (2013)
(University of Missouri--Columbia Extension Division, 2013)
The Future of STEM Curriculum and Instructional Design: A Research and Development Agenda for Learning Designers
In 2009-10 a series of Workshops was organized to focus on STEM learning design for young students and adolescents. The objective was to provide visionary leadership to the education community by: (a) identifying and ...
Veterinary Medical Review, no. 111 (1979)
(University of Missouri--Columbia. College of Veterinary Medicine, 1979)
Wild leaves and narrow stems : case study of a school garden in transition
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
efficacy in achieving stated goals, as well as school garden sustainability and longevity in an ever more standardized public education environment. The purpose of this qualitative case study was to examine how the transition of control of a garden...
Black alumni, 1998 Spring
(MU Alumni Association, 1998)
Negotiating the legal divorce process: mothers' perceptions and experiences of the legal system
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
generally believe and expect they should be and are in charge of their divorce process (rather than external legal system supports) will more likely experience a satisfactory divorce....
A study of non-profit social media engagement
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
As more nonprofit organizations increase their usage of social media to reach new audiences, audience research is needed to help practitioners formulate strategic communications plans that reach the goals of the organization. ...