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An Intergenerational Drama Program Utilizing Community Based Learning, Bennett Harrell Mar 2019

An Intergenerational Drama Program Utilizing Community Based Learning, Bennett Harrell

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

Participants in this workshop will engage in ensemble building drama activities. These activities will lead to the creation of multiple pieces of drama. The participants will also develop a list of interview questions they can use if they choose to implement the project at their schools or organizations. Many of the activities are from Augusto Boal’s “Theatre of the Oppressed,” a genre of theatre born out of the necessities of people who experience oppression. It provides them tools to explore the oppression and ways to face it in the real world.

Target audience: Teachers at all levels; Principals and ...


Cssc Program [2018], Cssc Jun 2018

Cssc Program [2018], Cssc

Curriculum Studies Summer Collaborative

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The School Of Belonging: A Culture Building Process For Schools And Classrooms, David A. Levine Mar 2018

The School Of Belonging: A Culture Building Process For Schools And Classrooms, David A. Levine

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

The School of belonging focuses on social and emotional culture building within the school and classroom settings. In this session we will explore the most effective ways to engage students and build community, by implementing diverse teaching methods while creating an emotionally safe school free from bullying and other low-level forms of aggressive behaviors.


The Effects Of Transition Programs On The Return To The Community From Residential Juvenile Justice Placement, Lacey C. Ray Mar 2018

The Effects Of Transition Programs On The Return To The Community From Residential Juvenile Justice Placement, Lacey C. Ray

National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah

This presentation is literature review of 25 studies evaluating the transitional process from correctional placement into the community by youth ages 10-22. The review emphasizes the connections between engagement, service dosage, academic and vocational training and recidivism, and barriers to reentry with a focus on implications for practitioners.


A Comparison Of Traditional Education And Project-Based Education In Construction Management, Trey Miller Jan 2018

A Comparison Of Traditional Education And Project-Based Education In Construction Management, Trey Miller

University Honors Program Theses

Construction is a rapidly moving and constantly changing industry. The skills needed to manage the complex task of running a job site safely, on schedule, and within budget, are unique to the field. Construction Management as an academic field is relatively new discipline. Therefore the field is still rapidly evolving. In many cases, classes are taught by engineering professors, which leads to an engineering-focused education as opposed to a Project Management focused education. Therefore Construction Management students are not receiving the “hands-on” experience early enough in their studies. By structuring classes around an applied project, students will attain a more ...


Motivating Students With Different Needs, Elizabeth L. Boyd Jan 2017

Motivating Students With Different Needs, Elizabeth L. Boyd

University Honors Program Theses

The study that was conducted focused on the similarities and differences in the way the teachers of gifted students, the teachers of students with special needs, and the teachers who teach on­-level students, motivate their students. The teachers that were interviewed will teach students from one or more of the different ability levels, in order to achieve a range of data. The gap that this research filled is the more specific and detailed ways that teachers believe can be used to motivate students and what methods work across multiple ability levels. Studies have shown that teachers have an exceptional ...


Perceptions Of Special Education And General Education Teachers On Co-Teaching Of Students With Disabilities In Outheast Georgia School Systems, Deborah Richardson Jan 2008

Perceptions Of Special Education And General Education Teachers On Co-Teaching Of Students With Disabilities In Outheast Georgia School Systems, Deborah Richardson

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The researcher's purpose of this study was to understand perceptions of co-teaching by special education and general education teachers, and how those perceptions make the implementation of co-teaching for students with disabilities in the general education classroom successful. The study examined teacher perceptions on training for co-teaching, recommended practices for co-teaching, and supports needed for the co-teaching team. The researcher administered a Likert-scale survey, Perceptions of Co-Teaching Survey developed by Vance Austin (2001) to 45 special education and 98 general education teachers with co-teaching experience from three school districts in southeast Georgia. Teacher perceptions in three different areas were ...


Georgia Superintendents' Assessment Of The Six Crucial C'S, Harvey A. Franklin Jan 2006

Georgia Superintendents' Assessment Of The Six Crucial C'S, Harvey A. Franklin

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The quantitative research project examined the Georgia superintendents' assessment of their use of the six crucial C's in their job performance. The research method used for the study was a qualitative analysis of data collected from eight interviews of Georgia superintendents under contract during the 2005-2006 school year. Results of the study were used to address the three research questions: (1) extent to which the Georgia superintendents assess their use of the six crucial C's, (2) extent to which Georgia superintendents share the importance of the six crucial C's, and (3) extent to which Georgia superintendents rate ...