Note: For creating your own tables, figures, and images see the Paper Formatting Section of This Guide.
If you include or adapt a table, figure, or image you must include:
Principal Axis Factor Analysis with Promax Rotation Depicting Two-factor
Structure of Nature Relatedness Items
Note. Items rated on scale ranging from 1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree.
PAF analysis indicated an optimal two-factor solution (with Eigenvalues > 1.0) that
accounted for 62.3% of the variance; Rotations converged in nine iterations. From
"Outdoor Time, Screen Time, and Connection to Nature: Troubling Trends Among
Rural Youth," by L.R. Larson, R. Szczytko, E.P. Bowers, L.E. Stephens, K.T Stevenson,
and M.F. Floyd et al., 2019, Environments and Behavior, 51(8), p. 973 (https://doi.org/
10.1177/0013916518806686). Copyright 2019 by Sage Journals.
MCS Specification-Curve Analysis
Note: Results of the specification-curve analysis for the Millennium Cohort Study
(MCS) data set. From "Screens, Teens, and Psychological Well-Being: Evidence
From Three Time-Use-Diary Studies," by A. Orben and A.K. Przybylski, 2019,
Psychological Science, 30(5), p. 692 (https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797619830329).
Copyright by Sage Journals.
Providing feedback to enhance communication and improve teaching
Note: Feedback should be a two way communication between principals and teachers.
From "Making Feedback Useful for Teachers," by D. Superville, 2019, Education Week,
39(9), p. 9. Copyright by Education Week.