The Early Career Researcher s Toolbox

The Early Career Researcher s Toolbox

Successful researchers learn to synthesize their records to tell a larger story: a research program. In this book, Andres De Los Reyes describes how narrative tools commonly used in film help you build a research program.

Author: Andres de Los Reyes

Publisher: Create

ISBN: 1734442506

Category: Education

Page: 300

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Research isn't all elegant study designs, accurate data collection, and sophisticated equations. Researchers must also communicate their ideas and findings with scholarly audiences, and do so effectively. These audiences are no different from those found at your local theater: They understand each paper you write or talk you deliver insofar as it tells a compelling story. Yet, your storytelling doesn't stop with a single paper or talk. Scholarly records span years and multiple pieces of work. Successful researchers learn to synthesize their records to tell a larger story: a research program. In this book, Andres De Los Reyes describes how narrative tools commonly used in film help you build a research program. Tailored to the lives of early career researchers, these tools reveal keen insights into working with mentors, navigating peer review, and nailing the job talk that launches your career.
Categories: Education

Handbook of University and Professional Careers in School Psychology

Handbook of University and Professional Careers in School Psychology

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Author: Randy G. Floyd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000290974

Category: Education

Page: 518

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The Handbook of University and Professional Careers in School Psychology is a comprehensive resource for school psychologists in doctoral training or currently appointed to positions in universities and other clinical professional settings. Across 30 unique chapters, experts in the field offer diverse, experienced perspectives on accessing resources, building skills, navigating difficult experiences, and flourishing in all major facets of the profession. The book places special emphasis on development throughout the career lifespan and the empowerment of women, people of color, and scholars from outside of the United States.
Categories: Education

The Researchers Toolbox

The Researchers  Toolbox

The research careers , and established investigators program official from the ... Comprehensive Minority e - Soon Juon , Ph.D. Principal investigators ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951D018463825

Category: Cancer

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Categories: Cancer

Advanced Modelling with the MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox

Advanced Modelling with the MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox

TOOLBOX. (MRST). Many leading experts contribute to this follow-up to An Introduction to ... kNUT-ANDREAS LIE is Chief Scientist at SINTEF in Oslo, Norway.

Author: Knut-Andreas Lie

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781316519967

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 500

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Presents advanced reservoir simulation methods used in the widely-used MRST open-source software for researchers, professionals, students.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Market Research Toolbox

The Market Research Toolbox

How many Manhattan-based researchers really understand life in rural ... and social interaction: For tens of thousands of years, until first literacy and ...

Author: Edward F. McQuarrie

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483387246

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 400

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Understanding marketing research to make better business decisions An ideal resource for busy managers and professionals seeking to build and expand their marketing research skills, The Market Research Toolbox, Fourth Edition describes how to use market research to make strategic business decisions. This comprehensive collection of essential market research techniques, skills, and applications helps readers solve real-world business problems in a dynamic and rapidly changing business atmosphere. Based on real-world experiences, author Edward F. McQuarrie gives special attention to business-to-business markets, technology products, Big Data, and other web-enabled approaches. Readers with limited time or resources can easily translate the approaches from mass markets, simple products, and stable technologies to their own situations. Readers will master background context and the questions to ask before conducting research, as well as develop strategies for sorting through the extensive specialized material on market research.
Categories: Business & Economics

Supporting Early Career Teachers With Research Based Practices

Supporting Early Career Teachers With Research Based Practices

It is important for all teachers to have a toolbox of research-based best practices to draw upon. Early career teachers need support and guidance and must ...

Author: Wellner, Laurie

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799868057

Category: Education

Page: 349

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Teachers in their first few years of their teaching career require high quality, structured support to begin the journey towards becoming experts. Establishing research-based best practices and working habits set up early career teachers for a fulfilling and successful career. The requirements of teachers are constantly changing, and teachers need to continually adapt their knowledge and practices to fit schools’ changing demographics. Having a toolbox of research-based best practices to draw upon can support early career teachers as they move from theory to practical application when the learning curve is the steepest. Strengthening the system of support includes increasing teachers’ influence over their day-to-day work and developing positive and supportive cultures of learning. Supporting Early Career Teachers With Research-Based Practices presents both theoretical and practical research to support the conceptual understanding of educational praxis for common areas with which early career educators may require additional expertise or support. This book is intended to be a valuable contribution to the body of literature in the field of education by supplying research-based teaching practices for modern education. Primary topics covered include professional learning, classroom management, student-teacher relationships, teaching diverse students and inclusive educational practices, and teacher self-care strategies. This book is a valuable reference tool for early career teachers of all subject areas and grade levels, school administrators, teacher mentors and guides, education faculty in higher education, educational researchers, curriculum developers, instructional facilitators, practicing teachers, pre-service teachers, professional development coordinators, teacher educators, researchers, academicians, and students interested in teaching practices and support for the early career teacher.
Categories: Education

Starting Strong III A Quality Toolbox for Early Childhood Education and Care

Starting Strong III A Quality Toolbox for Early Childhood Education and Care

Another challenge may be related to tensions between the use of qualitative and quantitative research on ECEC and measuring outcomes or processes. It is ...

Author: OECD

Publisher: OECD Publishing

ISBN: 9789264123564

Category:

Page: 372

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This publication focuses on quality issues in early childhood education and care: it aims to define quality and outlines five policy levers that can enhance it.
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Computer Security

Computer Security

We position this paper as having particular relevance for early career researchers and those new to large multidisciplinary collaborative research involving ...

Author: Ioana Boureanu

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030665043

Category: Computers

Page: 329

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This book constitutes the refereed post-conference proceedings of the Interdisciplinary Workshop on Trust, Identity, Privacy, and Security in the Digital Economy, DETIPS 2020; the First International Workshop on Dependability and Safety of Emerging Cloud and Fog Systems, DeSECSys 2020; Third International Workshop on Multimedia Privacy and Security, MPS 2020; and the Second Workshop on Security, Privacy, Organizations, and Systems Engineering, SPOSE 2020; held in Guildford, UK, in September 2020, in conjunction with the 25th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security, ESORICS 2020. A total of 42 papers was submitted. For the DETIPS Workshop 8 regular papers were selected for presentation. Topics of interest address various aspect of the core areas in relation to digital economy. For the DeSECSys Workshop 4 regular papers are included. The workshop had the objective of fostering collaboration and discussion among cyber-security researchers and practitioners to discuss the various facets and trade-o s of cyber security. In particular, applications, opportunities and possible shortcomings of novel security technologies and their integration in emerging application domains. For the MPS Workshop 4 regular papers are presented which cover topics related to the security and privacy of multimedia systems of Internet-based video conferencing systems (e.g., Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Meet), online chatrooms (e.g., Slack), as well as other services to support telework capabilities. For the SPOSE Workshop 3 full papers were accepted for publication. They reflect the discussion, exchange, and development of ideas and questions regarding the design and engineering of technical security and privacy mechanisms with particular reference to organizational contexts.
Categories: Computers

Deep Carbon in Earth Early Career Scientist Contributions to the Deep Carbon Observatory

Deep Carbon in Earth  Early Career Scientist Contributions to the Deep Carbon Observatory

Donato Giovannelli, Benjamin A. Black, Alysia D. Cox, Cody S. Sheik ... NS, and MD simulations provides a powerful “tool kit” to contribute toward a more ...

Author: Donato Giovannelli

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 9782889453634

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Since its inception, the Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO) has coalesced a multidisciplinary and international group of researchers focused on understanding and quantifying Earth’s deep carbon budget. Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe, and understanding carbon chemistry under a variety of environmental conditions impacts all aspects of planetary sciences, including planet formation, the form and function of planetary interiors, and the origin and diversity of life. DCO recognizes that is integrating and promoting the contributions of early career scientists are integral to the advancement of knowledge regarding the quantities, movements, origins, and forms of Earth’s deep carbon through field, experimental, analytical, and computational research. Early career scientists represent the future of deep carbon science and contribute substantially to ongoing research by implementing innovative ideas, challenging traditional working schemes, and bringing a globally interconnected perspective to the scientific community. This research topic highlights the contributions at the forefront of deep carbon research by DCO Early Career Scientist community. The manuscripts of this Frontiers e-volume bear evidence of the rapid advances in deep carbon science, and highlights the importance of approaching this field from a plethora of different angles integrating disciplines as diverse as mineralogy, geochemistry and microbiology. This integration is fundamental in understanding the movements and transformations of carbon across its deep cycle.
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The New Coastal History

The New Coastal History

There is no reason that coastal history, because it starts with human impact as ... many of us—particularly early career researchers—have struggled in our ...

Author: David Worthington

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319640907

Category: History

Page: 307

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This book provides a pathway for the New Coastal History. Our littorals are all too often the setting for climate change and the political, refugee and migration crises that blight our age. Yet historians have continued, in large part, to ignore the space between the sea and the land. Through a range of conceptual and thematic chapters, this book remedies that. Scotland, a country where one is never more than fifty miles from saltwater, provides a platform as regards the majority of chapters, in accounting for and supporting the clusters of scholarship that have begun to gather around the coast. The book presents a new approach that is distinct from both terrestrial and maritime history, and which helps bring environmental history to the shore. Its cross-disciplinary perspectives will be of appeal to scholars and students in those fields, as well as in the environmental humanities, coastal archaeology, human geography and anthropology.
Categories: History

Transforming Socio Natures in Turkey

Transforming Socio Natures in Turkey

The project was later expanded in scope by inviting carefully solicited chapters from an emerging cohort of early career researchers in the field.

Author: Onur İnal

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429770715

Category: History

Page: 226

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This book is an exploration of the environmental makings and contested historical trajectories of environmental change in Turkey. Despite the recent proliferation of studies on the political economy of environmental change and urban transformation, until now there has not been a sufficiently complete treatment of Turkey's troubled environments, which live on the edge both geographically (between Europe and Middle East) and politically (between democracy and totalitarianism). The contributors to Transforming Socio-Natures in Turkey use the toolbox of environmental humanities to explore the main political, cultural and historical factors relating to the country’s socio-environmental problems. This leads not only to a better grounding of some of the historical and contemporary debates on the environment in Turkey, but also a deeper understanding of the multiplicity of framings around more-than-human interactions in the country in a time of authoritarian populism. This book will be of interest not only to students of Turkey from a variety of social science and humanities disciplines but also contribute to the larger debates on environmental change and developmentalism in the context of a global populist turn.
Categories: History

The Theatre of the Oppressed in Practice Today

The Theatre of the Oppressed in Practice Today

... of early-career researchers and practitioners seeking to understand, as much through example as possible, the principles in practice of his work.

Author: Ali Campbell

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350031432

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 264

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How has the work and legacy of Augusto Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed been interpreted and practised around the world? What does it look like in different working contexts? This book provides an accessible introduction to the political and artistic principles Boal's techniques are founded on, tracking exemplary practice from around the globe. Using detailed contemporary case histories, theatre artist, scholar and activist Ali Campbell demonstrates how the underlying principles of Boal's practice are today enacted in the work of - among others - an urban network (Theatre of the Oppressed NYC); a rural and developmental theatre organisation (Jana Sanskriti, West Bengal); Boal's original company CTO Rio (Brazil); and a theatre-based group led by learning-disabled adults in the UK (The Lawnmowers Independent Theatre Company). The book concludes with a series of conversations between Campbell and international exponents of the work, envisioning futures for the Theatre of the Oppressed in the shifting political, educational and artistic contexts of the twenty-first century.
Categories: Performing Arts

Professional Identities in Initial Teacher Education

Professional Identities in Initial Teacher Education

enrolled in ITE courses, as well as PhD students and subsequently early career researchers with a particular research interest in the area.

Author: Denise Mifsud

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319761749

Category: Education

Page: 234

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This book explores the perception, construction and performance of professional identities in initial teacher education (ITE). Drawn from a collection of narrative data from postgraduate students, the author explores these topics through school placement, career choice motivations, the attractiveness of the teaching profession, the presentation of personal and professional selves, and professional standards. The findings of this study can be applied across both European and global dimensions. The use of narrative methodology for data collection, in addition to the implementation of various theoretical frameworks, ensures that the book holds a wide appeal. Interweaving theory with personal experiences, this reflective book will appeal to students and scholars of ITE, as well as early career researchers and practitioners.
Categories: Education

The Science Teacher s Toolbox

The Science Teacher s Toolbox

Grouping Strategies The first question we ask ourselves when planning for group work ... The researchers hypothesized that when two students work together, ...

Author: Tara C. Dale

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119570172

Category: Education

Page: 592

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A winning educational formula of engaging lessons and powerful strategies for science teachers in numerous classroom settings The Teacher’s Toolbox series is an innovative, research-based resource providing teachers with instructional strategies for students of all levels and abilities. Each book in the collection focuses on a specific content area. Clear, concise guidance enables teachers to quickly integrate low-prep, high-value lessons and strategies in their middle school and high school classrooms. Every strategy follows a practical, how-to format established by the series editors. The Science Teacher's Toolbox is a classroom-tested resource offering hundreds of accessible, student-friendly lessons and strategies that can be implemented in a variety of educational settings. Concise chapters fully explain the research basis, necessary technology, Next Generation Science Standards correlation, and implementation of each lesson and strategy. Favoring a hands-on approach, this bookprovides step-by-step instructions that help teachers to apply their new skills and knowledge in their classrooms immediately. Lessons cover topics such as setting up labs, conducting experiments, using graphs, analyzing data, writing lab reports, incorporating technology, assessing student learning, teaching all-ability students, and much more. This book enables science teachers to: Understand how each strategy works in the classroom and avoid common mistakes Promote culturally responsive classrooms Activate and enhance prior knowledge Bring fresh and engaging activities into the classroom and the science lab Written by respected authors and educators, The Science Teacher's Toolbox: Hundreds of Practical Ideas to Support Your Students is an invaluable aid for upper elementary, middle school, and high school science educators as well those in teacher education programs and staff development professionals.
Categories: Education

Understanding Children s Personal Lives and Relationships

Understanding Children s Personal Lives and Relationships

I was seeking to uncover how children constituted their personal ... I argued that personal life researchers need a methodological toolbox as well as a ...

Author: Hayley Davies

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137030078

Category: Social Science

Page: 224

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Informed by ethnographic research with children, Davies offers new sociological insights into children's personal relationships, as well as closely examining methodological approaches to researching with children and researching relationships.
Categories: Social Science

Answers in the Tool Box

Answers in the Tool Box

Both lines of research treat persistence or attrition as a phenomenon existing ... It is no surprise that students with low credit accumulation in the first ...

Author: Clifford Adelman

Publisher:

ISBN: PURD:32754070697911

Category: Bachelor of arts degree

Page: 124

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Categories: Bachelor of arts degree

Photosynthesis Respiration and Climate Change

Photosynthesis  Respiration  and Climate Change

Rubisco first duction is being of considered C4 photosynthetic as an traits into rice evolved ... For the benefit of early career researchers and students, ...

Author: Katie M. Becklin

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030649265

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Design Research in Education

Design Research in Education

A Practical Guide for Early Career Researchers Arthur Bakker ... a used ballet shoe; a dialysis filter; a glue gun; hair scissors; an Allen wrench tool kit; ...

Author: Arthur Bakker

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351329415

Category: Education

Page: 290

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Design Research in Education is a practical guide containing all the information required to begin a design research project. Providing an accessible background to the methodological approaches used in design research as well as addressing all the potential issues that early career researchers will encounter, the book uniquely helps the early career researcher to gain a full overview of design research and the practical skills needed to get their project off the ground. Based on extensive experience, the book also contains multiple examples of design research from both undergraduate and postgraduate students, to demonstrate possible projects to the reader. With easy to follow chapters and accessible question and response sections, Design Research in Education contains practical advice on a wide range of topics related to design research projects including: The theory of design research, what it entails, and when it is suitable The formulation of research questions How to structure a research project The quality of research and the methodological issues of validity and reliability How to write up your research The supervision of design research. Through its theoretical grounding and practical advice, Design Research in Education is the ideal introduction into the field of design based research and is essential reading for bachelor's, master's and PhD students new to the field, as well as to supervisors overseeing projects that use design research.
Categories: Education

Women in Mathematics

Women in Mathematics

I think it is pretty hard for an early career investigator to do this kind of research because they are going to have to wander out of a well-defined ...

Author: Janet L. Beery

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319666945

Category: Mathematics

Page: 405

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This collection of refereed papers celebrates the contributions, achievements, and progress of female mathematicians, mostly in the 20th and 21st centuries. Emerging from the themed paper session “The Contributions of Women to Mathematics: 100 Years and Counting” at MAA's 2015 MathFest, this volume contains a diverse mix of current scholarship and exposition on women and mathematics, including biographies, histories, and cultural discussions. The multiplicity of authors also ensures a wide variety of perspectives. In inspiring and informative chapters, the authors featured in this volume reflect on the accomplishments of women in mathematics, showcasing the changes in mathematical culture that resulted as more women obtained tenure-track and tenured academic positions, received prestigious awards and honors, served in leadership roles in professional societies, and became more visibly active in the mathematical community. Readers will find discussions of mathematical excellence at Girton College, Cambridge, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; of perseverance by Polish women in mathematics during and after World War II and by Black women in mathematics in the United States from the 1880s onward; and of the impact of outreach programs ranging from EDGE's promotion of graduate education to the Daughters of Hypatia dance performances. The volume also provides informative biographies of a variety of women from mathematics and statistics, many of them well-known and others less well-known, including Charlotte Angas Scott, Emmy Noether, Mina Rees, Gertrude Cox, Euphemia Lofton Haynes, Norma Hernandez, Deborah Tepper Haimo, and Teri Perl. These essays provide compelling reading for a wide audience, including mathematicians, historians of science, teachers of mathematics, and students at the high school, college, and graduate levels. Anyone interested in attracting more girls and women as students, faculty, and/or employees will also find this volume engaging and enlightening.
Categories: Mathematics