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IDDOI:10.1177/1053451219855737Published Date2020-03-01JournalIntervention in School and Clinic, 2020-03-01, Volume 55
Engaging in culturally responsive practices is considered best practice in classroom instruction, particularly within diverse schools, however, when making data-based decisions, there is little guidance for culturally responsive practitioners on how to engage in this work. This article introduces a model of culturally responsive data-based decision making (CR-DBDM) by outlining culturally responsive practices and combining them with Deno’s IDEAL (Identify, Define, Explore, Apply, and Look) pr…
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IDarXiv:2001.06711Published Date2020-01-18
A Cayley-Sudoku table of a finite group G is a Cayley table for G subdivided into uniformly sized rectangular blocks, in such a way that each group element appears once in each block. They were introduced by J. Carmichael, K. Schloeman, and M. B. Ward [CSW], who also gave three ways to construct them. This paper has four aims. First, we review Constructions 1 and 2 of [CSW] and uncover their unexpected heritage in the work of R. Baer and J. Denes. Next we turn to some new instances of Constru…
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IDarXiv:2001.06557Published Date2020-01-17
A Cayley-sudoku table of a finite group G is a Cayley table for G, the body of which is partitioned into uniformly sized rectangular blocks in such a way that each group element appears exactly once in each block. A Cayley-sudoku table is pandiagonal magic provided the blocks are square and the "sum" (using the group operation) of elements in every row, column, broken diagonal, and broken antidiagonal in each block gives the group identity. We provide sufficient conditions for a group to have…
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ID32053602Published Date2020-01-01JournalPloS one, 2020-01-01, Volume 15
Puma (Puma concolor) management in the western United States is highly contentious, particularly with regard to the use of sport hunting as a management tool. Since the 1970s, puma in ten western states have been managed by state fish and game agencies through the use of a sport hunt. The rationale presented by wildlife managers is that sport hunting, in addition to providing recreational hunting opportunities, also reduces threats to human safety and livestock safety, and increases populatio…
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IDDOI:10.1093/geroni/igz038.1039Published Date2019-11-08JournalInnovation in Aging, 2019-11-08, Volume 3
Abstract Due to increased longevity and generational location, grandparent death creates new contexts for identity, family culture, and intergenerational relationships. To explore this loss from two perspectives, we conducted intensive interviews with young adults and their mothers (N = 16) who experienced a recent grandparent (parent) death. Guided by the life course perspective, we were interested to learn how grandparent death may shape identity, meaning, and behaviors among family members…
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IDDOI:10.1093/geroni/igz038.1989Published Date2019-11-08JournalInnovation in Aging, 2019-11-08, Volume 3
Abstract Continuing changes in the world’s climate put the older adult population more at risk than other age groups. Multiple circumstances such as disasters and environmental events brought about by climate change impair the ability of older adults to maintain healthy physical and psychological well-being. Unfortunately, during these times, public and individual emergency preparation plans often fall short of having the needed resources to reach out and offer assistance to older adults. Co-…
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IDDOI:10.1093/geroni/igz038.305Published Date2019-11-08JournalInnovation in Aging, 2019-11-08, Volume 3
Abstract As evidenced by the growing Age-Friendly University (AFU) global network, institutions of higher education are increasingly seeking ways to enhance the experiences of older adults who use them for reasons such as lifelong learning, career development, and intergenerational engagement. This multi-phase study explored the barriers and facilitators for older adults accessing a public university in a small Oregon town. The first phase of the study involved survey data collection from 46 …
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IDDOI:10.1093/geroni/igz038.2099Published Date2019-11-08JournalInnovation in Aging, 2019-11-08, Volume 3
Abstract With the rise in global older adult populations, university programs need to produce an effective, gerontology-trained workforce (Silverstein & Fitzgerald, 2017). Career decision-making involves interactive learning (Super, 1990), as adults explore career options, engage in career learning, and understand curriculum integration within professional settings (Savickas, 2013). Gerontology faculty can utilize career planning models that integrate intergenerational engagement within the c…
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IDDOI:10.1093/geroni/igz038.1660Published Date2019-11-08JournalInnovation in Aging, 2019-11-08, Volume 3
Abstract Empirical research on long-term care facility resident engagement has consistently indicated that increased engagement is associated with more positive clinical outcomes and increased quality of life. The current study adds to this existing literature by documenting the positive effects of technologically-mediated recreational programing on quality of life and medication usage in aged residents living in long-term care facilities. Technologically-mediated recreational programming was…
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IDDOI:10.1093/geroni/igz038.900Published Date2019-11-08JournalInnovation in Aging, 2019-11-08, Volume 3
Abstract Developed in 2012, our gerontology program has tracked enrollment, learning outcomes, student competency development, and career paths post-graduation. Enrolled students tend to be older, transferring from community colleges, reentering college due to work and family commitments, and retooling career paths. Our efforts have focused on career integration across all courses culminating in a two-term practicum program. Additionally, through discussions with community college faculty and…
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