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    Masters Thesis
    Ashante Shenika Smith
    The purpose of this thesis was to examine the effect of using Universal Access (UA) which is small group intervention as a pedagogical strategy to close the reading gap of African American students. This is a teacher research study used a sixth grade . . .
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    Graduate project
    Chafatinos, Jeremy J.
    Parental involvement has been proven to have a positive impact on student achievement especially when parents network with the school. With school and parent partnerships, behavior and attendance for students has improved as well (Avnet, Makara, Larwi . . .
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    Graduate project
    Nakama, Tori
    This project focuses on classroom behavior management for new K-6 teachers. The handbook discusses strategies and practices to improve student learning and reduce problematic behavior. It is based on the peer reviewed research that is discussed in Cha . . .
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    Graduate project
    Jarnagin, Robin A.
    The purpose of this project was to create an interactive and engaging educational e-module to introduce the topic of Beauty Salon Establishment using multimedia components such as videos and interactive activities. The e-learning project was created a . . .
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    Graduate project
    Siat, Katherine
    It is a college professor’s responsibility to offer their university students a high quality education (Harnash-Glazer & Meyer, 1991; Hill, Lomas, & MacGregorr, 2003). Because a student’s academic performance is a significant factor in determining whe . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    De La O, Adriana
    English language learners should be provided with a dual immersion education program that incorporates both English and their primary language. The programs that are currently available for English language learners do not provide the instruction in a . . .
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    Graduate project
    Becerra, Karla
    Parental involvement has an evident impact on students’ academic, social, and emotional success in school (Ferrara & Ferrara, 2005; Fritz, 2010). Parent-teacher conferences are one of the key ways of family involvement in the education of a child (Hen . . .
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    Graduate project
    Ruiz, Cindy Jeanethe
    This paper analyzes the rising obesity rates in America and puts a particular focus on statistics in the state of California. As a whole, it focuses on the following three main factors that affect student learning and cognitive development: physical a . . .
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    Graduate project
    Noriega, Erika
    Young children in primary grades must learn about science concepts at early ages and with the use of technology. Children in primary grades were previously thought of as having a limited capacity to form complex science ideas due to their inexperience . . .
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    Graduate project
    Pinedo, Belen
    The National Education Technology Plan, set forth by the U.S. Department of Education, challenged the educational system to incorporate 21st century technology through instruction delivery, in a meaningful and engaging manner in all subject matters. E . . .