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ETL504: Teacher Librarian as Leader - A reflective analysis of what I have learned

At the conclusion of my last reflective blog, I thought I had a pretty good grasp on what leadership was, and how it works and how it applies in a school library context (O’Mara, 2015). 914 more words

Evidence Based Treatments

I’ve been watching this lecture by David Clark who is a Professor of Psychology at Oxford and National Clinical Adviser at the Department of Health in the UK. 72 more words

O2 – Offer appropriate challenge in the content area

This means that the teacher should consider a student’s ability and his or her academic and social goals when choosing a curriculum that will provide the student with appropriate rigor to each content area goals. 331 more words

O2

Intro Part 1: Effective Education for Children

According to some educationalists, children have the right to an effective education (Barrett et al., 1991) and parents have the right to expect the best education for their children. 601 more words

Education

Science & Soda: What Product Changes Could Mean for Research-Based Evidence

In the news: PepsiCo is reformulating its diet drinks to eliminate aspartame.

PepsiCo is making the change in an attempt to bring their products in line with consumer demand following recent decrease in sales. 546 more words

Nutrition & Health

The similarities and differences between the notions of evidence-based practice and reflective practice.

In this essay I shall be illustrating the similarities and differences between evidence-based practice and reflective practice with two areas of my own practice and experience that I am particularly familiar with; teacher training and effective schools studies. 2,153 more words

Ofsted

Cochrane Reviews: An Oft-Overlooked Evidence Source for Nurses at the Bedside

By Amanda Anderson, a critical care nurse and graduate student in New York City currently doing a graduate placement at AJN.

Long ago, in an ICU far away, I picked up the habit of saying, during rounds, “Well, you know, research suggests the practice…” I have trouble remembering who taught me this tactic, but it has always been a highly effective way of advocating for my patients. 804 more words

Nursing Perspective