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Evaluating Loss to Follow-Up in Newborn Hearing Screening in a Southern State

Using Data to Improve Services for Infants with Hearing Loss: Linking Newborn Hearing Screening Records with Early Intervention Records

Curriculum: Careers in Urban Agriculture (grades 7-12)

Tyson Sorensen, Kelsey Hall, David Francis & Joshua Dallin
Materials were created for school-based agricultural educators (7th-12 grade) to use for students in Utah. This curriculum covers multiple days of instruction but 3-5 (50-minute sessions) days is what it is intended for. Includes a unit plan for the instructor, presentation slides (PPT and PFD), worksheets, and other materials. This curriculum focuses on careers in urban agriculture.

Survey Data from Utah Urban Agricultural Workshop

Tyson Sorensen, Kelsey Hall, David Francis & Joshua Dallin
Forty-two teachers who attended the Urban Agriculture Workshop were surveyed after the workshop to assess the value of various aspects of the workshop and to measure pre-post gains in knowledge, ability, and importance. Also to measure attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioral controls, and behavioral intention. Demographics were also collected. Data show the results. Survey Instrument is attached. Scaling varies (see instrument).

Full Issue: Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence, Volume 1, Issue 1

Hearing and Vision Screening in Pediatric Primary Care and the Sharing of Results with Early Care and Education Programs

Using Data to Improve Services for Infants with Hearing Loss: Linking Newborn Hearing Screening Records with Early Intervention Records

Are Audiologists Directly Referring Children with Hearing Loss to Early Intervention?

Others' Publications About EHDI: May through October 2017

Scheduling Hearing Appointments Prior to Hospital Discharge Improves Follow-up After Failed Newborn Hearing Screening

Some Permanent Hearing Loss is Missed When “Switched Ear” Passes are Combined for Determining Screening Results

Fluxes of methane, non-methane hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide from natural gas well pad soils in Eastern Utah

Seth Lyman
We measured fluxes of methane, non-methane hydrocarbons, and carbon dioxide from natural gas well pad soils and from nearby undisturbed soils in eastern Utah. Methane fluxes varied from less than zero to more than 38,000 mg m-2 h-1. Fluxes from well pad soils were almost always greater than from undisturbed soils. Fluxes were greater from locations with higher concentrations of total combustible gas in soil and were inversely correlated with distance from well heads. Several...

\"The Room Where It Happens\": Teaching Diversity in the Classroom

Debra Jenson

Understanding Generation Z Students to Promote a Contemporary Learning Environment

Kathleen A. J. Mohr

Information Given to Parents of Neonatal-Intensive Care Unit Graduates on Hearing

What Are Others Publishing About Early Hearing Detection and Intervention?

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