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    Mitchell, Sunny S.
    Students in an undergraduate theatre department are hoping to find work in the theatre profession upon graduation. Their reasonable expectation is that the theatre department will prepare them for rigors of the professional stage. Many students, howev . . .
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    Huang, Helen
    The purpose of this project is to bring multiculturalism into the classroom to help students create a better understanding of other cultures as well as their own. Multicultural education is especially needed today as schools are becoming more diverse. . . .
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    McCarthy-Linn, Shannon
    While working at Rancho Cordova Elementary school as an intervention teacher, I found the curriculum provided did not engage students in the learning process. The intervention group was for fifth-grade students below grade level. By adding supplementa . . .
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    Kumar, Manpreet K.
    This project addressed the problem of creating Character Education curriculum for K-Six which enables educators to implement Character Education lessons in their classrooms in an effective and engaging manner. The literature revealed a variety of stra . . .
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    Gager, Timothy Christopher Stirling
    When compared to other developed nations around the world, science education in America is consistently rated as insufficient. If the citizens of America are to remain competitive in the world economy, focus on learning scientific skills needs to be a . . .
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    Kokayi, Tyehimba
    This project is an Alternative Culminating Experience for a Masters of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction with an Elective Emphasis on Arts in Education. This project follows pathway III: Developing a curriculum, program, or performance rel . . .
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    Wilson, Cinnamon Olivia
    African American males make up less than 10% ofthe public school enrollments, yet they are failing at alarming rates. Ifeducators are not equipped with the resources to promote success amongst African American male students, the achievement gap will i . . .
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    Masters, Dimitri
    A sixth-grade science curriculum was developed for the California State Content standards 6.0 a-g, concerning the geologic processes responsible for the movement and features of the earth, all using dance integration as the primary teaching strategy. . . .
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    Escobedo, Janice
    Even after 13 years of education in the United States K-12 system, many adult students struggle to comprehend and retain basic mathematics skills. While many people associate math with negativity and uselessness, mathematics skills remain essential fo . . .
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    Gaines, M. Hortencia
    This study was set in a rural school with high levels of poverty, migrant families, and immigrants from other countries, with an environment and paradigm that often inhibit the ability of students to successfully engage in the learning situation of a . . .