Updating a meta analysis of intervention research with challenging behaviour
An international survey of higher education students’ perceptions of world-mindedness and global citizenship. Routledge (Sponsored by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), in press. Lindsay (Eds.), Universities and global diversity: Preparing educators for tomorrow. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 34(1), 1-14. Updating a meta-analysis of intervention research with challenging behaviour: Treatment validity and standards of practice. The project will then introduce to scholars in the areas of economics, business studies, social science and public health the tools that exist to address the problem, as well as the benefits of using best practices in open, transparent, and reproducible research.These practices will include pre-registration and pre-analysis plans; sharing materials, data, and code using platforms like the Open Science Framework; and replication studies and meta-analysis.It is also a great opportunity to involve universities and government agencies funding international higher education; which may increase the interest in the introduction of these topics in the higher education SBP curriculum.Reproducibility, transparency and openness of research has received a lot of attention and resources in Western countries, but the global South and East have had fewer opportunities to participate in these important developments in many research areas.
Mc Gee Banks (Eds.), Multicultural education: Issues and perspectives, 7th ed (pp. This project will bring to five mainland Southeast Asian institutions with whom the Catalyst has collaborated a two-day workshop to motivate and update social scientists in the global East about current issues relating to the reproducibility, transparency and openness of research, and provide them with skills to improve their research along these lines.The Catalyst will draw on BITSS materials and his own publications and presentations using the R programming language to teach general social science skills to enhance the reproducibility, transparency and openness of research.Category: Associate Researcher Email: [email protected] Homepage: Luanna Meyer is Director of the Jessie Hetherington Centre for Educational Research and Professor of Education (Research) at Victoria University, where she also coordinates the Ph D programme and is responsible for research development in the Faculty of Education. H., Davidson, S., Mc Kenzie, L., Rees, M., Anderson, H., Fletcher, R., & Johnston, P. Previous academic appointments include positions at Massey University in New Zealand (as Assistant Vice-Chancellor-Academic and as Pro Vice-Chancellor Education), the University of Hawai’i, the University of Minnesota, and Syracuse University in the USA. Māori and Pacific secondary student and parent perspectives on achievement, motivation and the NCEA.
It will be particularly challenging to develop abilities to carry out research in a more transparent way, considering that this topic may not be present in the curriculum.