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2004

California State University, San Bernardino

Teachers -- Attitudes

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Organization Leads To Self-Confidence And A Wonderful Retirement, Dorothy Jean Oliver-Scott Jan 2004

Organization Leads To Self-Confidence And A Wonderful Retirement, Dorothy Jean Oliver-Scott

Theses Digitization Project

The significance of the project was to answer the call of California schools in their plight to stop attrition and retain teachers. This project alone or in conjunction with other programs offered by schools/school districts gives them another tool to reach their goal of 100% teacher retention. It is the belief of this project that the problems with retention could be diminished if not eliminated, by giving beginning teachers a handbook.


Positive Prevention: The Relationship Between Teacher Self-Efficacy, Program Implementation, And Student Outcomes, Marilyn Jean Sweitzer Jan 2004

Positive Prevention: The Relationship Between Teacher Self-Efficacy, Program Implementation, And Student Outcomes, Marilyn Jean Sweitzer

Theses Digitization Project

In the San Bernardino City Unified School District, Positive Prevention: HIV/STD Prevention Education for California Schools Grades 7-12, Second Edition (Positive Prevention) by Clark & Ridley (2000) is used as the curriculum for ninth grade. In evaluating the curriculum, it is of key importance to first determine if this curriculum is being taught as it was designed, or with fidelity. Fidelity is affected by the comfort, confidence, competence and commitment of the personnel presenting the curriculum.