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Conversations for Change: The Impact of Service-Learning Dialogues with Incarcerated Men on Social Work Students

Subjects: College Students; Social Work; Service Learning

  • Source: Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, v13 n1 p18-26 2021. 9 pp.

  • Abstract: This article explores a course-linked service-learning project that facilitated social-problem focused dialogues between students and men who were incarcerated in ... As Provided

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Satellite Baby Students' Lived Experiences, TESOL Teacher Candidates' Positioning, Agency, and Pedagogy

Subjects: Preservice Teachers; Language Teachers; Second Language Learning

  • Source: Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, v18 n1 p41-64 2021. 24 pp.

  • Abstract: This study investigated two TESOL teacher candidates' positioning, agency, and pedagogy through a narrative analysis of their journal entries about their satellite baby students' lived ... As Provided

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The Effect of Balint Training on the Psychological Skills of Residents beyond Family Medicine Residency

Subjects: Seminars; Training Methods; Experiential LearningLebanon

  • Source: Health Education Journal, v79 n8 p987-996 Dec 2020. 10 pp.

  • Abstract: Background: Engaging with the psychological well-being of patients is central to patient care. The empathy and psychological skills of practitioners may ... As Provided

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Social Emotional Learning for a College Classroom

Subjects: Social Development; Emotional Development; Educational Benefits

  • Source: College Teaching, v68 n1 p49-52 2020. 4 pp.

  • Abstract: Students learn in conjunction with others, and effective teaching and learning incorporates academic, social, and emotional components. Strategies, such as self-compassion ... As Provided

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A Look at Empathy, University Belonging, and Intersectionality: How to Support a Diverse Student Body amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Subjects: COVID-19; Pandemics; Empathy

  • Source: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education, v9 n2 p10-13 2020. 4 pp.

  • Abstract: The present short essay discusses the impact COVID-19 has had on college students. As universities work to build supportive learning environments ... As Provided

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Teaching Mindfulness to Undergraduates: A Survey and Photovoice Study

Subjects: Undergraduate Students; Metacognition; Attention Control

  • Source: Journal of Transformative Education, v17 n1 p51-70 Jan 2019. 20 pp.

  • Abstract: How do emerging adults experience mindfulness and compassion? The goals of this study were to (1) evaluate the effectiveness of a mindfulness curricular intervention and (2) examine ... As Provided

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International Students' Culture Learning and Cultural Adaptation in China

Subjects: Foreign Students; Acculturation; Student AdjustmentChina

  • Source: Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, v36 n7 p661-676 2015. 16 pp.

  • Abstract: This article examines international students' cultural adaptation at a major national university in China. A survey was designed to measure international students' adaptation to the ... As Provided

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A Phenomenological Study of Teachers and Mental Health Paraprofessionals Implementing the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Program

Subjects: Nontraditional Education; Special Schools; Mental Health

  • Source: Journal of School-Based Counseling Policy and Evaluation, v2 n2 Article 3 p113-130 Nov 2020. 19 pp.

  • Abstract: This study examined the lived experience of teachers and mental health paraprofessionals implementing the Jesse Lewis Choose Love curriculum in an ... As Provided

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"A Voice from Elsewhere": Acculturation, Personality and Migrants' Self-Perceptions across Languages and Cultures

Subjects: Acculturation; Personality Traits; ImmigrantsUnited States; United Kingdom; Canada

  • Source: International Journal of Multilingualism, v14 n4 p419-436 2017. 18 pp.

  • Abstract: The majority of multilinguals immersed in different cultures report feeling different when switching languages. Although the influence of personality on self-perceptions has been investigated, little ... As Provided

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