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A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF TEACHER AND PRINCIPAL PERCEPTIONS OF WASHINGTON STATE TEACHER EVALUATION INSTRUMENTS: DANIELSON, MARZANAO, AND CEL 5D+
The purpose of this study was to describe the level of support teachers and principals have toward the new mandated teacher evaluation instruments in the state of Washington. In 2010, the Washington state legislature passed ...
Physical Education Pre-Service Teachers' Understanding of Teaching for Social Justice: The Impact of Teaching Kids' Tennis to Youth Living in Poverty
The purpose of this action research study was to better understand and improve my efforts as a Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) instructor to transform the attitudes, beliefs, and understandings of preservice ...
Perceptions of Stress Among Native American, Hispanic, and Caucasian K-5 Teachers
Within the context of a nationwide shortage of teachers of color, stable enrollment of Native American students, and increasing enrollments of Hispanic students, the purpose of this study was to examine self-reported stress ...
Mentoring Programs in Small Districts: Helping New Teachers Thrive
New teachers continue to leave the profession at high rates although retention rates vary from school to school, districtto district, and state to state. Many districts have implemented mentoring programs to improve retention ...
DIGITAL STORYTELLING IN NURSE PRACTITIONER EDUCATION: NEW PATHWAYS OF LEARNING
This qualitative descriptive study examined graduate nurse practitioner (NP) students' experience of creating a digital story. There has been little research done that focuses on the use of digital storytelling (DS) in ...