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SPRING 5545-5v o o - 11 - - - TXabe 2B - - - - - - - - - v GENDER-5 HOW-TO Teaching Oppression and Empowerment in the Feminist Classroom through Kiki Peppard’s Struggle with Maternal Profiling 5544-5v 0 o o 10 - - - NYabe 1B - - - - - - - v LITERATURE-1* CULTURE Learning Culture through Children’s Literature 5543-5v *e10nov 10 - - - NYabe 3B - - zz - - - v GENDER-5 MATH The impact of mother’s education on child’s math score 5542-5v o o - 10 - - - NYabe 1B - - - - - - - v LANGUAGE-2015 SLIFE No, Limited, or Interrupted Schooling: How Can We Help? 5541-4z *e13oct 10 - - - NYabe 1B - - zz - - - zv SERVICE* SOTL Attitudes of Teacher Candidates about Service Learning Oct14...5541...2014-to5-ooth...2013-to8-ooth...2012-t13-27th...2011-t10-ooth...2010-t08-ooth...2009-t16-22nd...2008-t17-25th...2007-t20-18th...2006-t27-16th...2005-t23-11th...2004-t10-30th...2003-t20-17th... 5540-5v se14nov 10 - - - TXabp 3B - - - - - - - - v EFFICACY-2* READING Elementary Reading Teachers’ Professional Consciousness 5539-4z *e13oct 10 - - - ILabe 2B - - - ws - - zv CENTER-2 GRADUATE Writing Centers and the Refinement of Communities 5534-4z *e10nov 10 - - - VAabe 3B - - es - - - v HEALTH* STUDENT Wellbeing Differences Between Students in China and the U.S. 5533-4z se01nov 10 - - - NYabe 1B - es - - - - v SCIENCE-3* HOW-TO Writing-Intensive Chemistry and the Arts 5531-4z *e01nov 10 - - - FCabe 1B - - - - - - - z FACULTY* THE Intercultural Competency Teaching in Transnational Higher Education..... Sep14...5530...2014-t11-22nd...2013-t10-26th...2012-t11-25th...2011-t11-22nd...2010-t15-20th...2009-to9-00st...2008-t10-30th...2007-t14-19th...2006-t13-22nd...2005-t31-09th...2004-t13-23rd...2003-t18-18th... 5527-4z se10nov 10 - - 1 MNabe 1B - - - - - v z CENTER-2 LITERACY Teaching Literacy in the Writing Center 5524-4z rev 10 - - - INabe 3B - - - ps - - - v OPINION* ZEITGEIST Confessions of Introvert Academics 5523-4z e-seven 11 - - - FCabe 3B - - ws - - - v CENTER-2 HOW-TO Creating a Feedback Loop Between Tutors and Faculty 5522-4z rev 11 - - - MNabe 1B - - - oa - - v LEADERSHIP SELF Teachers as Leaders: A Commitment to Self-Development Aug14...5519...2014-t11-28th...2013-t32-15th...2012-t42-17th...2011-t46-9th...2010-t63-11th...2009-t54-13th...2008-t49-15th...2007-t51-16th...2006-t61-14th...2005-t70-10th...2004-t42-12th...2003-t33-18th... WINTER Jul14...5514...2014-to5-ooth...2013-t16-25th...2012-t17-20th...2011-t32-13th...2010-t20-19th...2009-t14-20th...2008-t28-14th...2007-t16-26th...2006-t30-21st...2005-t44-10th...2004-t29-09th...2003-t29-16th... 5507-4z *e09sep10 - - - MIabe 1B - - ws - - - - z CENTER-2 GENRE Observation and Evaluation in the Writing Center 5497-4j *e14aug 10 - - - FLabe 2B - ws- - - z LANGUAGE-2015 BILINGUAL Group Differences in Dual Language Reading Fluency 5492-4j se23nov10 - - - NYabe 2B - - - - - - - wl SELF-EFFICACY* LANGUAGE AFL Learners’ Oral Communication Self-Efficacy Beliefs Jun14...5503...2014-t11-29th...2013-t11-29th...2012-to8-ooth...2011-t19-16th...2010-t17-26th...2009-t16-23rd...2008-t21-20th...2007-t14-21st...2006-t16-21st...2005-t18-21st...2004-t33-10th...2003-t19-14th... May14...5491...2014-t12-30th....2013-t13-23rd...2012-t26-28th...2011-t35-13th...2010-t26-23rd...2009-t26-21st...2008-t52-15th...2007-t31-20th...2006-t30-22nd...2005-t45-14th...2004-t30-21st...2003-t47-20th... 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  New Topic Ideas 
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  -- ABROAD - study abroad 
  -- ACTIVE-LEARNING  
  -- ADMINISTRATION
  -- ADOLESCENTS 
  -- ANDRAGOGY
  -- ARCHITECTURE 
  -- ART 
  -- BLENDED LEARNING 
  -- CAPSTONE 
  -- CASE - case study  
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  -- CODE-SWITCHING (5449-4v) 
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  -- CRITIQUE  
  -- CURATING  & NUDGING (5439-4v )  
  -- DISABILITIES 
  -- DIVERSITY 
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  -- EARLY college high schools 
  -- EB - evidence-based
  -- EFL - English as a Foreign Language
  -- ELEMENTARY 
  -- EMPIRICAL
  -- ENGAGED Learning
  -- ESP -  Educational Support Professionals
  -- ETHICS
  -- ETHNIC
  -- EXPERIENTIAL 
  -- EXTERNAL  - awards, funding, grants, resources
  -- FACEBOOK 
  -- FESTSCHRIFT 
  -- FFI - form focused instruction (5455-4v) 
  -- GAMING
  -- GEDENKSCHRIFT
  -- GENRE STUDIES   
  -- GLOBAL
  -- GRADUATE 
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  -- GS - General Studies
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  -- HOW-TO-ESSAY 
  -- HYBRID - foreign language  
  -- IMMERSION (immersion pedagogy) 
  -- INFORMAL LEARNING 
  -- INTERDISCIPLINARY 
  -- INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS  
  -- INTERNSHIP 
  -- JOURNALISM 
  -- K-16 Education 
  -- KINDERGARTEN 
  -- L2 - a second language   
  -- LCTL - less commonly taught languages  
  -- LEARNING  
  -- LEP - limited English proficiency   
  -- LINGUISTICS  
  -- LONGITUDINAL 
  -- MARKETING 
  -- MENTORING 
  -- METACOGNITION 
  -- NNES - nonnative-Eng-speaking-instructor  
  -- NURSING 
  -- OGS (online games simulations) 
  -- OPINION 
  -- OUTCOMES 
  -- PEDAGOGY 
  -- PHONETICS 
  -- PLAGIARISM...(5plaigiar.htm)
  -- PLC-professional learning communities  
  -- POSTSECONDARY 
  -- PROSODY (rhythm, stress, pitch, and intonation ) 
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  -- QUALITATIVE 
  -- PRESCHOOL 
  -- PRESERVICE 
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  -- SLA - second-language acquisition 
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  -- SLIFE - students with limited or interrupted formal ed 
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  -- SOFT-SKILLS (5457-4l) 
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  -- SPEECH 
  -- SPORT 
  -- SRL (Self-regulated learning) 
  -- SS (Social Studies) 
  -- STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) 
  -- SUSTAINABILITY 
  -- SWH - Science Writing Heuristic  
  -- TAM- technology acceptance model  
  -- TEACHER (teacher training) 
  -- THE -  transnational higher education  
  -- TOT-transfer-of-training  
  -- TPS -teaching philosophy statement 
  -- TRANSLATION 
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                                    -1 e.g. entry 5063-9z,  one table/chart  SECOND OPTIN  Two hyphens notation "- -" Old, discontinued after July 2012 
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											Left hyphen “2 - -“ FIRST OPTION,     Middle hyphen “- 3 –“ SECOND OPTION,    Right hyphen “- - 4” THIRD OPTION
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