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Teaching Strategies For An Inclusive Classroom Environment, Dustin Hammers Jan 2020

Teaching Strategies For An Inclusive Classroom Environment, Dustin Hammers

Creative Components

The purpose of this paper is to inform teachers of strategies that will be successful in an inclusive classroom. Strategies in the areas of math, reading, and behavior are discussed. An interactive document was also created to act as an overview of each strategy and how to successfully implement them into the classroom. The interactive document can be found here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jQWCLnW8nXgLyTkC375ur5lnGuw4E7AN?usp=sharing


Native American Children And School Readiness: A Nationally Representative Study Of Individual And Cumulative Risks, Quentin Hoage Riser Jan 2018

Native American Children And School Readiness: A Nationally Representative Study Of Individual And Cumulative Risks, Quentin Hoage Riser

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Using a nationally representative dataset (Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Birth Cohort) and bioecological-cumulative disadvantage framework, the present study examined school readiness among American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) children. It investigated the relations between salient child and family risk experiences (i.e., poverty, preterm/low birth weight, low maternal education, single motherhood, inadequate prenatal care, teen motherhood, and severe maternal depression), and kindergarten academic (i.e., reading and math) and behavioral outcomes (i.e., social competence, approaches to learning, and externalizing behaviors). Descriptive statistics (representative of children born in 2001) revealed 58.5% of AIAN children experienced poverty at least once ...


Killing Two Birds With One Stone? Turning Cfl Learners Into Book Writers: An Exploratory Study, Shenglan Zhang Oct 2016

Killing Two Birds With One Stone? Turning Cfl Learners Into Book Writers: An Exploratory Study, Shenglan Zhang

World Languages and Cultures Publications

Two problems often emerge in the process of learning Chinese. First, learning to write at the beginning stage often focuses on forms, without an authentic purpose. As a result, learners do not have enough motivation to write. Second, while extensive reading benefits language learners, not many extensive reading materials are available to beginning and lower-intermediate level CFL learners. This empirical study examined the feasibility of incorporating a writing project into the curriculum, as well as the potential impact of such a project on learners’ reading and writing progress. A total of 89 learners participated in this study. The findings show ...


The Effects Of An Integrated Rhythmic And Literacy Intervention On The Development Of Phonological Awareness And Rhythm Skills Of Preschoolers, Sara D. Nelson Jan 2016

The Effects Of An Integrated Rhythmic And Literacy Intervention On The Development Of Phonological Awareness And Rhythm Skills Of Preschoolers, Sara D. Nelson

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This study explored the impact of an integrated rhythm-literacy (IRL) intervention on the development of rhythm and phonological awareness (PA) skills in preschool children ages 4-5.5 years old. The IRL intervention draws from research that examines the role rhythm may play in the development of PA and is composed of three main events. Those events include (1) integrated rhythm-literacy text interactions, (2) integrated rhythm-literacy call and response and (3) integrated rhythm-literacy movement. The study used an experimental pretest-posttest design. A total of 43 participants took part in the study (intervention group = 23 children, comparison group = 20 children). Initial results ...


Designing For Interactive Ebooks: An Evaluation Of Effective Interaction Elements In Children’S Ebooks, Karen Marie Doty Jan 2015

Designing For Interactive Ebooks: An Evaluation Of Effective Interaction Elements In Children’S Ebooks, Karen Marie Doty

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

We live in a world where technology is woven into nearly every aspect of our

lives. From the moment we wake, we are surrounded by technology. Technology is

present in our homes, careers and schools, incorporating itself in our daily routines,

entertainment and education. Due to the speed at which technology has evolved, little

research has been completed regarding reading on interactive enhanced eBooks. For

children learning to read in the modern world, eBooks provided on tablets are becoming a

common occurrence.

With this increase of eBook availability, it is of utmost importance that a better

understanding is gained over ...


Teachers' Perceptions Of Students With Late Emerging Reading Disabilities, Sonia Chugh Jan 2011

Teachers' Perceptions Of Students With Late Emerging Reading Disabilities, Sonia Chugh

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to determine teachers' perceptions of students who begin displaying signs of reading difficulty in the upper elementary grades (fourth grade and higher). The research additionally aims to identify differences in perceptions of teachers teaching grades one through three as compared to those teaching grades four through six regarding their awareness of Late Emerging Reading Disability and areas of intervention for these students. The research also investigates the areas, which teachers associate with reading difficulty among children beyond fourth grade. An online survey was utilized to collect data from teachers in six schools in Central ...


With A T-Shirt Around The World: Reading As Active Learning In A Global Issues Textiles And Apparel Course, Elena E. Karpova Nov 2007

With A T-Shirt Around The World: Reading As Active Learning In A Global Issues Textiles And Apparel Course, Elena E. Karpova

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Conference Proceedings and Presentations

Required reading in a Global Issues course were diversified in order to achieve four objectives: (a) increase students' interest in learning about global issues involved in textile production and trade, (b) comprehend relationships among the multifaceted issues, (c) understand conflicting interest of various stakeholders, and (d) relate this information to themselves.