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    Casquejo Johnston, Luz
    Montessori education was developed over a century ago. Dr. Montessori and her followers designed learning environments to meet the academic, social and psychological needs of students from eighteen months to eighteen years old. Within her writings and . . .
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    Bond, Staci
    Integrating literacy skills into the high school science curriculum is a topic that is at the forefront of science education. With the integration of the new Common Core State Standards into the curriculum, it becomes increasingly important to develop . . .
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    Crawford, Ashley
    With a great need in our nation for innovative thinkers in the careers of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), it becomes crucial that educators capture the power of STEM education at the middle school level (National Academies, 2 . . .
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    Johnston, Cassandra
    The focus of this research was to see if choice in topic or form in writing has an effect on the attitudes of third grade boys and if the effect is positive or negative. The reason for focusing the study on writing is because; I struggled with writing . . .
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    Withrow, Karla
    Research has documented that there is an inconsistency in terms of education requirements for preschool teachers across the nation. This inconsistency brings various levels of knowledge to the classroom, which has a direct impact on students’ learning . . .
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    Sloman, Leanne May
    With the ever-changing digital world, educators need to be aware of the negative aspects of a student’s online communications. Technology has changed the way students interact with one another. The perceived anonymous nature of many social media websi . . .
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    Eltiste, Ellen Carroll
    The focus of this study was to examine the effects of an explicit word study approach on spelling achievement in kindergartners. More explicitly, to what extent do students benefit :from a developmentally appropriate word study approach to spelling in . . .