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demarco_presentation.pdf
Food insecurity is an increasingly prevalent socioeconomic issue plaguing many communities in the United States. It is “defined by having insufficient amounts of food, but also a diet lacking in quality, variety, or desirability” (O’Neill Hayes). A…

passero_presentation.pdf
Sports have evolved from a pastime to a way of life for millions of people around the globe. Fans invest hours upon hours to dedicate themselves to the sport or sports they love so much. Athletes have dedicated more time to their respective sports as…

Lampe Thesis.pdf
Over the last decade, there has been an influx of research and policies around critical pedagogy, care, SEL, and gender in K-12 settings and the music classroom. However, less explored are the ways in which music teachers use these components to…

Amy Stella Final Dissertation.pdf
Teachers possess varying levels of assessment design abilities. The goals of this quasi-experimental quantitative study were to determine how teachers’ approaches to classroom assessment varied, aligned with learning theories, and influenced…

harvey_presentation.pdf
Despite living in a climate that touts that racism has been eliminated, true racial equality is still absent in the modern United States. My thesis research is a study of how American society identifies, categorizes, and reinforces stereotypes onto…

telfer_presentation.pdf
Researchers agree that self-confidence is an important aspect of young students’ lives (Howgate, 1982). Discovering the relationships between freewriting poetry and confidence may be an important way to improve a student’s outlook on the writing…

schantin.pdf
Poll after poll shows the climate crisis as an ever growing issue on the top of voters’ minds. As a global pandemic rages forward, surveys show that support for the government to do more for issues of global warming has not waned (Schwartz). The…

Megan G ISCAP Poster S2019 Final.pdf
The current study assessed peoples’ definitions of “normal” for an array of common traits including physical, personality and health conditions, and compared the participants to their perceived norms.

Willey,Kate_2.1_Capstone-musical-understanding-choral 12.2021  (1) (1).pdf
Participation in performing ensembles is still a predominant music education path for many students, even with the variety of modernized music class offerings in the twenty-first century. Since many students will spend the majority of their music…

Thesis - Schmetterer 2021 (1).pdf
Increasingly in classrooms, there are more academically diverse students with different learning needs, including children with disabilities (Tomlinson, 2005). This multiple case study examined the experiences of three fourth-grade children with…
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