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Addons - [DBTech] DragonByte Member Map


Geolocate your members and plot them on an interactive Google map! Uses Show your users' locations can be shown on an interactive Google map after being geolocated from their IP addresses. Also supports the ability to show all users or only those that are currently logged in. Locations are calculated in batches to ensure smooth performance, or updated by each person using drag & drop. Complete Feature List Choose whether to show all users or only those logged in, and the default map type Choose the number of users to process per scheduled task run Usergroup setting to set if they can access or should be excluded Notes If you like this add-on, please consider leaving a Like and/or a review. We would really appreciate it!

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'Dreams do pay off': Black women cheer royal engagement

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Correct perceptions, increase engagement


One way to increase the engagement of U.S. students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) would be to understand their perceptions of opportunities available in STEM and try to correct misconceptions. Brown et al. investigated U.S. student perceptions of communal engagement opportunities in STEM and compared them with those of Asian students. U.S. students perceived STEM as providing fewer communal opportunities and reported fewer communal experiences in STEM. When the U.S. students then read about the communally oriented work of a scientist, their beliefs and attitudes about STEM were affected, suggesting that the communal aspect was new information to them. Correcting perceptions about communal opportunities in STEM may provide a simple method for improving U.S. student engagement.