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CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Classroom management has a great impact on student achievement, an impact that is larger than that of either socioeconomic status, motivation or student intelligence (Weinstein, Tomlinson-Clarke, & Curran, 2004). In diverse ...
THE INFLUENCE OF LEARNING STYLES ON CHINESE STUDENTS' ATTITUDES TOWARD PEER FEEDBACK: DEVELOPING A SURVEY TOOL FOR PEER FEEDBACK TRAINING
Peer feedback as a teaching approach in English writing has gained increasing interest in English as a first language (L1), and in the field of English as Second/Foreign language (ESL/EFL). Some studies conducted in ...
Facilitating Difficult Knowledge in the Classroom: Intimate Transgressive Pedagogy from a Psychoanalytic Poststructural Feminist Framework
This dissertation seeks to address the facilitation of difficult knowledges in the classroom. I employ constructs of poststructural feminism to critique rationalist-only frameworks that limit the forms of knowledge that ...
Using the Expanded Keyword Method to Help K-12 Students Develop Vocabulary Knowledge
This exploratory case study aimed to examine students' ability to implement the Expanded Keyword Method (EKWM) to help them learn vocabulary. EKWM works in two steps: 1) finding a rhyming word with the word to be learned; ...
Aesthetic Literacy through the Avant-Garde: Establishing an Aesthetically Responsive Curriculum
The purpose of this exploratory case study is to identify, develop, and posit an aesthetically responsive curriculum theory as a praxis approach for preparing K-8 pre-service teachers in aesthetic literacy throughout their ...