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Appropriating Colonialism: Complexity and Chaos in the making of a Nigeria-centric Educational System
The persisting colonial legacy beclouding the Nigerian education system ensures that, post-independence, education in Nigeria still suffers from the twin crisis of identity and relevance. As a result, the prevailing ...
Place-Based Education at the River Valley Outdoor Learning Center
The purpose of this qualitative collective case study was to explore how two fifth grade and two sixth grade River Valley School District* students experienced the River Valley Outdoor Learning Center*. Particular attention ...
Living two Lives: The Ability of Low Income African American Females in their Quest to Break the Glass Ceiling in Education Through The Ellison Model (TEM) Mentoring Approach
It is often that during their academic pursuits, to become successful, low-income African-American women must learn to navigate an upstream current through higher education, where the established order in the academy is ...
COMPLEX CHILDHOOD TRAUMA AND SCHOOL RESPONSES: A CASE STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to examine one public elementary school in Spokane, Washington that has received significant complex trauma professional development training provided by Washington State ...
DEVELOPMENTAL ADVISING FOR MARGINALIZED COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS: AN ACTION RESEARCH STUDY
The purpose of this action research study was to understand, evaluate, and improve the developmental advising practices used at a Washington State community college. This action research study endeavored to strengthen the ...
Moving Forward; Sitting Still: An Auto-ethnographic Study of Mindful Educational Leadership
This study focuses on using mindfulness and meditation to rediscover a sense of meaning and fulfillment in work. More specifically, the author shares how in engaging in a daily practice of mindfulness, she was able to adopt ...