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Exploring the Impact of Pedagogical Strategies in Drawing Instruction on Drawing Skills Satisfaction: by Dr. Eric F. Eshun

Exploring the Impact of Pedagogical Strategies in Drawing Instruction on Drawing Skills Satisfaction: by Dr. Eric  F.  Eshun

Dr. Eric  F.  Eshun
Senior Lecturer Kwame Nkrumah University of Science

Contact Email : efeshun.art@knust.edu.gh

Bio (URL) : http://knust.academia.edu/EricFrancisEshun/CurriculumVitae


Exploring the Impact of Pedagogical Strategies in Drawing Instruction on Drawing Skills Satisfaction:

A Case Study on Ghanaian Communication Design Students

This study delves into the understanding of Communication Design students’ perceptions of drawing instructions and drawing skills satisfaction. The results show that there was no significant difference between students’ perception of drawing teaching strategies based on gender. Also, the drawing learning strategies components demonstrated positive, significant relations with each other

Four Pillars to Building a Positive School Culture by Dr. Jake Madden

Four Pillars to Building a Positive School Culture by Dr. Jake  Madden

Dr. Jake  Madden
Principal Al Yassat Private School, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Contact Email : admin@alyasat2.ae

Bio (URL) : https://www.alyasat-school.com/StaffList2.aspx?View=Profile&Dept=-1#cbp=StaffProfile2.aspx?ID=945


Four Pillars to Building a Positive School Culture

This article examines the premise of the Outstanding School. In dealing with such a premise, the paper examines what such schools have in common by detailing four key ‘pillars’. Implicated in these pillars is the concept of leadership and the development of an appropriate school staffing culture. Building on the theme of change the article provides an insight into how change can be successfully implemented in a school when leadership is focused on what matters.

Passionately Curious: How passion affects creativity in the context of supervisor support by Professor Tumpa Dey

Passionately Curious: How passion affects creativity in the context of supervisor support by Professor Tumpa   Dey

Professor Tumpa   Dey
Assistant Professor Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources

Contact Email : tumpad@gmail.com

Bio (URL) : https://in.linkedin.com/in/tumpa-dey-bb9a384


Passionately Curious: How passion affects creativity in the context of supervisor support

In a sample of 400 employees working in 7 different large as well as moderately-sized manufacturing and engineering companies in and around Jamshedpur, India, I plugged a research gap recognized by creativity experts in the form of identifying a motivational mechanism other than intrinsic motivation that could affect creativity. As hypothesized, HP positively related to employee creativity, work engagement partially mediated this relationship in a supportive atmosphere. Same-source common method bias was reduced by employing dyadic data, both from the employees as well as their supervisors. 

Tensions in Creating an Innovative Community of Vocational Education and Entrepreneurship by Dr. Teemu Ylikoski

Tensions in Creating an Innovative Community of Vocational Education and Entrepreneurship by Dr. Teemu  Ylikoski

Dr. Teemu  Ylikoski
Director Regional Services Laurea University of Applied Science Helsinki Area, Finland

Contact Email : Ylikoski@laurea.fi

Bio (URL) : https://fi.linkedin.com/in/ylikoski


Tensions in Creating an Innovative Community of Vocational Education and Entrepreneurship

New innovations are necessary to ensure and enforce entrepreneurship skill development and working-life-centricity in vocational education. We present an example from Finland. InnoOmnia is a multi-actor knowledge community within a VET organisation. It brings together students, entrepreneurs, and teachers in a non-formal setting where traditional roles are revamped.

Applied Theatre as Participatory Action Research: Empowering Youth, Reframing Depression by Dr. Jason Sawyer

Applied Theatre as Participatory Action Research:  Empowering Youth, Reframing Depression by Dr. Jason   Sawyer

Dr. Jason   Sawyer

Contact Email : jmsawyer@nsu.edu

Bio (URL) : https://www.nsu.edu/Academics/Faculty-and-Academic-Divisions/Schools-and-Colleges/Ethelyn-R-Strong-School-of-Social-Work/People


Applied Theatre as Participatory Action Research: Empowering Youth, Reframing Depression

This article documents a theatre based participatory research project implemented in response to an adolescent suicide. Integrating principles of play-building as qualitative research, youth participatory action research, and community education, youth ensemble participants build a play based on youth experiences of depression. Findings define depression, address stigma, deconstruct depictions of depression in the media, critique institutionalized helping systems, and offer hope for the future. Implications for collaborative youth engaged participatory research are explored alongside participatory media, stigma, community education, youth voice, social supports, and alternative paradigm research. Pages 83 to 97

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  Volume 4, Issue 4, May, 2019  ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf   Invited Piece Creating Global Citizens: The journey at one Australian high school Helen Leyden & Robert King, Sunshine Beach State High School, Queensland, Australia  The 2000 epoch is characterised by exponential change which has manifested in a myriad of technological innovations which are defining what it means to work and live.  This paper case...

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  Volume 1, Issue 3, May, 2014 ISSN 2201-1323 Pdf Harnessing Professional Dialogue, Collaboration and Content in Context: An exploration of a new model for Teacher Professional Learning. David Lynch, Southern Cross Univeristy,  Jake Madden,St Augustine's Primary School andBruce Allen Knight, Central Queensland University  (Pages 8 to 24) This paper investigates a new model for teacher...

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  Volume 1, Issue 4, November, 2014   ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf Innovation in Social Work and its Impact on Social Management Johannes Eurich, Institute for the Study of Christian Social Services (DWI) Heidelberg University and Andreas Langer, University of applied sciences Hamburg / Deutsches  Institut für Sozialwirtschaft. (Pages 27 to 40) This article shows the diversity of drivers for social services,...

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  Volume 2, Issue 1, May, 2015 ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf The Intersection between Complexity Dynamics and Faculty Creativity In Higher Education Anthony Olalere, Clemson University, South Carolina,  USA  (Pages 42 to 56) The work of the faculty has like never before been under scrutiny. Questions are been asked about the quality of productivity and its outcomes. The public is concerned about what results the...

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  Volume 2, Issue 2, November, 2015 ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf   Embedding Metacognitive Skills in Spatial Design Education Marisha McAuliffe, Penelope Martin,  Leah Cameron and  Jasmin Hankinson, Queensland University of Technology, Australia (Pages 1 to 11) Metacognitive skills are considered to be essential for graduates from higher education institutions. In teaching spatial design, a fundamental aspect of student...

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  Volume 2, Issue 3, May, 2016   ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf   Readiness for School Reform David Lynch and Richard Smith, Southern Cross University, Australia (Pages 1 to 12) This paper is about school reform for the purpose of improving student academic achievement.  More specifically the paper provides an insight into the concept of ‘School Readiness for Teaching Improvement’ by providing an account of an...

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  Volume 2, Issue 4, November, 2016 ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf     A Case Study on Nursing Student Involvement in Social Justice Week: Reported Findings on this Innovative Method Kimberly Petrovic, Southern Connecticut State University USA (Pages 1 to 5) Professional nurses as well as nursing students are advocates for diversity, human rights and issues pertaining to social justice. This includes advocating for...

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  Volume 3, Issue 1, May, 2017   ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf     The Correlation between ‘Teacher Readiness’ and   Student Learning Improvement David Lynch, Richard Smith, Steve Provost, Tony Yeigh and David Turner, Southern Cross University, Australia (Pages 1 to 12) This article reports the findings from a study that compared states of ‘teacher readiness’ with the learning performance of students. The central proposition...

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  Volume 3, Issue 2, November, 2017   ISSN 2201-1323 Pdf   Respondent Conditioning Training Effect on the Behavior of the Audience of Creativity Maria Isabel Muñoz-Blanco, University of Guadalajara / Universidad Panamericana, Mexico  and María Antonia Padilla Vargas,  University of Guadalajara, Mexico (Pages 18 to 32) The present study aimed to understand the way the behavior of the audience of...

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  Volume 3, Issue 3, December, 2017 Special Edition: Mental Health 2017  ISSN 2201-1323   Pdf   Australian University Students and Mental Health: Viewpoints from the literature Margaret Anne Carter, Paul Pagliano, Abraham Francis and Marcia Thorne, James Cook University Australia (Pages 1 to 25) With more than 1.3 million students currently attending Australian universities and an estimated 20% of these...