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University Of Central Florida Graduate Catalog, 1996 - 1997, University Of Central Florida May 1996

University Of Central Florida Graduate Catalog, 1996 - 1997, University Of Central Florida

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University Of Central Florida Undergraduate Catalog, 1996 - 1997, University Of Central Florida May 1996

University Of Central Florida Undergraduate Catalog, 1996 - 1997, University Of Central Florida

UCF Catalogs

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Analysis Of Parental Choice : Islamic School Enrollment In Florida, Feryal Y. Elkhaldy Jan 1996

Analysis Of Parental Choice : Islamic School Enrollment In Florida, Feryal Y. Elkhaldy

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to discover and interpret reasons Florida parents enrolled their children in Islamic schools. A selection of 30 parents from 3 different schools in Florida were interviewed by the researcher using a semistructured interview guide which used both oral and written responses. The sample was matched according to the gender of parents interviewed - 15 mothers and 15 fathers were interviewed. the sample was matched according to the gender of the referent child. Out of 30 referent children, 15 were female and 15 were male. The researcher included children of all grade levels. Fifteen were from ...


A Study To Determine Which Factors Contribute To The Implementation Of A Successful Primary Multiage/Nongraded Program, Vicki Hils Osborne Jan 1996

A Study To Determine Which Factors Contribute To The Implementation Of A Successful Primary Multiage/Nongraded Program, Vicki Hils Osborne

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Child growth and development pedagogy suggests that not all children are ready to learn the same thing, at the same time, in the same way. Multiage/nongraded programs allow pupils to advance from one concept or skill level to the next as they are ready, regardless of age or grade, which results in continuous progress. Multiage/nongraded education has a solid foundation or research and experience to support its use. However, many questions still exist regarding the factors that contribute to the implementation of a successful primary multiage/nongraded program. The purpose of this ethnographic study was to identify the ...