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    Miguel, Ashley
    This project is an Alternative Culminating Experience for a Master 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 Rela . . .
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    Berry, Carla
    This Project is an Alternative Culminating Experience for a Master 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 rela . . .
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    Raga, Justine Mae
    As we move into the 21st century, students need more exposure to newer technologies and ways of learning. These interactions are necessary for students’ success in their futures. Collaboration is one of the key components in a tool like the Wiki, wher . . .
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    White, Stephanie Marie
    Student leadership is a high school elective course. There is not a designated resource for instruction and curriculum to teach leadership at Del Oro High School in Loomis, California. There are many different resources for new or current activities d . . .
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    Brunston, Kristen G.
    This project is an Alternative Culminating Experience for a Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction. This researcher utilized Pathway II, narrative research, to develop her teaching artistry. The research documented her efforts to inco . . .
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    Gerould, Kimberly H.M.
    The lack of preparation and training provided to new multiage teachers can be a large disadvantage of a multitage program. Integrated and multilevel curriculum for multiage programs is non-existent and instruction particularly in the areas of math and . . .
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    Olmstead, Erica A.
    Overweight and obesity is on the rise with elementary school-aged children in the United States today. Studies show that children are influenced in their eating habits not only from their families, friends, and school environment, but also from the me . . .
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    Nosal, Jane Lucy Derderian
    The ecology curriculum is part of the California content standards for the ninth grade Integrated Science 1 course. Current textbooks used in this course have detailed descriptions of ecology concepts, but are deficient in hands-on activities. The lit . . .
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    Farrell, Kristin D.
    Students live in a world that is filled with science but they are not connected to it. They spend most of their time indoors and lack opportunities to explore and make connections to the natural world. As a science teacher I am always surprised when m . . .
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    Morris, William J.
    The aim of this project is to develop a one-size-fits-all behavior intervention and management training program that will convert well into application while fostering feelings of self-efficacy and confidence in the recipient. Such a program requires . . .
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    Riordan, Mary Tone
    This Project is an Alternative Culminating Experience for a Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction with an Elective Emphasis on Arts in Education. It follows Pathway I: Artist as Educator. Pre-service teachers are preparing to enter a . . .
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    Blake, Brooke
    This project addresses the problem of the challenges that teenagers, their parents, and their teachers face during the adolescent years. Adolescents’ brains are fully developed in the emotional center but not in the frontal lobe, the seat of critical . . .
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    Policar, Rebecca
    Students live in a world where they are surrounded by math but they are not aware of it nor are they aware of how it is connected to them. The Mandala Project will integrate geometry skills with a variety of skills necessary to be a productive member . . .
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    Bauer, Julie Corrine
    The purpose of this study is to investigate the outcomes of creative story writing of third grade students when a drawing activity is used prior to writing. Sources of Data The teacher researcher used both quantitative and qualitative measures to anal . . .
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    de Mille, Susan
    This project is an Alternative Culminating Experience for a Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction with an Emphasis on Arts in Education. It follows Pathway I: Artist as Educator. The purpose of this project was to develop the author' . . .
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    Lowrie, Natasha Elise
    The purpose of this study is to investigate whether sixth grade students would develop a greater understanding and a more positive attitude toward science by using and creating models and diagrams of plate tectonic features and topographic maps. Sourc . . .
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    Gast, Bryan
    The classic European model of education sees students as containers waiting to be filled. The problem with this model is that it promotes a Eurocentric memorize and recall style of learning. As a result, students assume a small and inactive role in th . . .
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    Wright, Donald Hartley
    The general problem forming the basis of this project was the challenge of incorporating the community and students in the creation of a ceramic tile mural. Schools in general have a diverse student body. Creating a mural together involved learning to . . .
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    Stevens, Amanda Nicole
    This Alternative Culminating Experience for a Master of Arts in Education: Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Arts in Education follows Pathway III: Teacher Researcher. The project was designed as a way for the author to better her teachin . . .
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    Bennett, Elena Claudine
    Throughout history, music has powerfully influenced social justice movements and attitudes in every corner of the world. But the human race continues to struggle today with prejudice and unfairness manifested in many forms, around the globe, and music . . .