Sarah M. Davis

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New theoretical, methodological, and design frameworks for engaging classroom learning are provoked and supported by the highly interactive and group-centered capabilities of a new generation of classroom–based networks. This discussion group situates networked learning relative to a dialectic of (1) seeing mathematical and scientific structures as fully(More)
Starting in FY2012, the NOAA Central and Regional Libraries began to collect publications by NOAA authors to assist in the reporting of NOAA's balanced scorecard metric " number of peer-reviewed publications. " Publications were collected by searching the " Address " field in the Web of Science, Science Citation Index Expanded database (WoS) for mentions of(More)
We gratefully acknowledge the ongoing support of the National Science Foundation and Texas Instruments in developing these technologies and activities. These activities and associated models and materials were created as part of two NSF sponsored projects: Permission to use, modify or redistribute these materials, including the models, activities and(More)
This paper reports preliminary analyses comparing results on the state-administered 8 th Grade and 9 th Grade algebra Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) for a treatment and a control group. The treatment group consisted of 127 students from algebra classes at a highly diverse school in central Texas taught by two relatively new teachers using a(More)
On September 4, the Tennessee Supreme Court sitting in Knoxville will hear the appeal of Jacqueline Crank nearly twelve years after her daughter Jessica died of Ewing's sarcoma. In 2002 Crank and her pastor, Ariel Sherman, of Lenoir City, took the girl to a chiropractor, who advised them that she appeared to have cancer and should be taken to an emergency(More)
We gratefully acknowledge the ongoing support of the National Science Foundation and Texas Instruments in developing these technologies and activities. These activities and associated models and materials were created as part of two NSF sponsored projects: Permission to use, modify or redistribute these materials, including the models, activities and(More)
This report presents a summary-level bibliometric analysis of the known peer-reviewed journal articles produced as a result of ocean exploration missions supported by NOAA's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER). This report was produced using data retrieved from the Web of Science, Science Citation Index Expanded database on 13 July 2015. 48(More)
  • Valerie Spiva, Collins Lead, +25 authors Washington Washington Dc
  • 2011
Acknowledgements FRIENDS would like to thank the many people involved in the development and writing of this report. Rosie Gomez, our Federal Project Officer with the Children's Bureau within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and FRIENDS' Director Linda Baker initiated this idea for sharing the accomplishments of CBCAP Lead Agencies by(More)