The changing undergraduate experience in Australian universities, Melbourne: CSHE
Through access to, CSHE
and CSHP children enjoy greater opportunities to develop and practice skills to advocate for personal, family, and community health.
over five years) of the preservice respondents as they transition into inservice teaching, to assess how extensively CSHE
content is taught.
By asking open-ended questions, CSHE
interviewers elicited information about what these students considered important (rather than what we considered important) about their team project experiences.
Produce, distribute, and provide technical assistance to states and in new CSHE
and PE standards (2).
Douglass, "Decoding Learning Gains: Measuring Outcomes and the Pivotal Role of the Major and Student Backgrounds", CSHE
A version of this paper was presented at the SERU (Student Experience in the Research University) Project Symposium, Assessing the Undergraduate Experience in the Postmodern University, April 25, 2007, Berkeley, CA and appears as Research & Occasional Paper Series: CSHE
However, if schools do not provide a CSHE
program child sexual abuse prevention programs still are warranted.
Mellon Foundation--funded Future of Scholarly Communication project at CSHE
Eight reporters indicated they had written articles on CSHE
in the past year, with six of the eight writing six or fewer articles.
Judson King and John Aubrey Douglass); (2) Higher Education Politics and Policymaking, Then and Now--A Discussion with Past CSHE
Directors and Alumni (Chaired by C.
2] While implementation of CSHE
is influenced by numerous individual, organizational, and political factors, lack of teacher training constitutes a major obstacle to effective implementation.