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  1. "!Me estreso demasiado!" (I am too stressed) : A multi-dimensional exploration of stress among Mexican immigrant women in the U.S
  2. "'Zat make any sense?" A thick description discourse analysis of three psychotherapy consultations
  3. "A better fit" : the effect of participant- developed role-plays on transfer of learning in conflict management training in the Canadian military
  4. "A better place to live" : National mythologies, Canadian history textbooks, and the reproduction of white supremacy
  5. "A clarion call" : the origin of the Southern Baptist Sunday School Board
  6. "A PBS mind in an MTV world" : Teaching teenagers meteorology by placing a weather forecast on MTV and the creation of the concert forecast
  7. "A place called home" : An analysis of discourses on nationalism, supranationalism and multiculturalism in the formal and informal curriculum in the Republic of Ireland
  8. "A place for everything" : A personal interpretation of Joseph Lancaster, the monitorial system and its application in Detroit
  9. "A place of becoming" Leadership educators' experiences teaching leadership : A phenomenological approach
  10. "A taste of teaching" : preservice teachers and children engage in literature circles
  11. "A thousand Joans" : a teacher case study. Drama in education, a process of discovery
  12. "Absolutely not the same" : The potential and problems of communicative language teaching in China
  13. "Advancing American Art" and its afterlife : From the State Department to the university museum
  14. "Ah, ah, ah y la letra es a" : Multi- kinesthetic activities and ABC books as a pathway to alphabet knowledge
  15. The "aha" moment : A deeper look at one teacher's reflective transformation
  16. "All for one and one for all" : Peer writing groups in the developmental writing classroom
  17. "All their teachers are White" : portraits of 'successful' White teachers in predominantly Black classrooms
  18. "Am I Korean American?" Beliefs and practices of parents and children living in two languages and two cultures
  19. "An 'us versus them' mentality" : Experiences and outcomes of conflict between teachers and parents
  20. "And I, in my turn, will pass it on" : indigenous education among the Kayapo Amerindians of central Brazil
  21. "And then she changed herself" : engaging and giving close attention to student thinking in elementary classrooms
  22. "Aqui en los Estados Unidos hablamos ingles....o, y espanol tambien" : students' emerging language ideologies and literacy practices in a dual language primary program
  23. "Are you gonna make us read outta the book this year Mr. Gilder?" : the effects of teaching text structure on reading comprehension of informational texts
  24. "Are you pondering what I'm pondering?" Self-identity and Gifted Adolescents
  25. "Are you the right friend for me?" : The effects of friendships on shy children's adjustment in middle childhood
  26. The "Astronaut" family and the schools (Ontario, Hong Kong, China)
  27. "Babies overboard". The complexities and challenges of incorporating culturally relevant teaching into mathematics instruction (Bermuda)
  28. "Because they are spiritually discerned" : Spirituality in early childhood education
  29. "Becoming an American princess?" : The interpretations of American popular culture by young Korean girls living in the United States
  30. The "best" teachers and the "worst" teachers : an analytic paper on the perspectives of adolescents at risk of dropping out of urban schools
  31. "Between education and catastrophe" : Public schooling and the project of post-war reconstruction in Manitoba1944--1960
  32. "Beyond barriers" : The academic resiliency of Black male scholars within the U.S. educational system
  33. "Borrowing from the east" : a study of types of Western theater adaptations of Chinese Opera, Japanese Noh, and Kabuki
  34. "Breaking the cycle" : a phenomenological inquiry into the perceptions of African American adult learners at faith-based, predominantly white adult degree completion programs
  35. "But are we really friends?" : online social networking and community in undergraduate students
  36. "But do you really want to be like her?" : Three generations of women in English departments
  37. "But I did practice!" Self-reported versus observed self-regulated practice behaviors
  38. "By myself" : rural girls' narratives of identity and relationships in school
  39. "Can a faceless teacher be close to students?" : the lived experience of online instructors in higher education
  40. "Can I read a book?" : A comprehension intervention focusing on story sequencing to inspire kindergarten students to read
  41. "Can we use a story map?" : Using a story map graphic organizer to improve student's narrative writing
  42. "Changing what we can" : social action curriculum enactments in eighth and ninth grade classrooms
  43. "Character education and the kingdom of God:" Liberal progressivism and the search for a modern morality, 1917--1940
  44. "Children selecting books in a library" : extending models of information behavior to a recreational setting
  45. "Chineseness" in Malaysian Chinese education discourse : The case of Chung Ling High School
  46. "Choosing My Words Carefully" : Observing, Debriefing, and Coaching Four Literacy Teachers' Through TheirLessons
  47. "Continuous structurism" : A grounded theory study
  48. "Crises" in scholarly communications : insights from forty years of the "Journal of Library History",1966--2005
  49. "Crossing the lines" in academic discourse : the transforming and transformative voices of three women in composition studies (Lillian Bridwell-Bowles, Wendy Bishop, Nancy Sommers)
  50. "Danny Boy" : using a novel to understand and influence Mexican-American gang members (Jo-Ann Goodwin)
  51. "Dare to be wise." The development of the idea of play and its educational uses in adult life
  52. "Designer" education: The professional development of interior designers
  53. "Dinosaurs can't use computers, they don't have any plugs"; and other "grand conversations" : the journey through Book Club with kindergarten students
  54. "Disabling" discourses : disability identity in institutional texts
  55. "Discovery of calling on a road not yet taken" : A qualitative exploration of the influence of religious and cultural values on the vocational identity of second generation Vietnamese American young adults training for the helping professions
  56. "Distinctively Dickinson": The evolution of brand at a liberal arts college (Pennsylvania)
  57. "Do I count?" : adult experiences with involuntary separation from the job. Context, perspective, violence, and institutionalized myth
  58. "Do they really understand our kids?" : Perceptions of policymakers & special educators on instruction for students with significant intellectual disabilities
  59. "Doing it the right way" A qualitative study of the development of corporate social responsibility among U.S. Fortune 500 global companies
  60. "Doing more with less" : a grounded theory analysis of high school teachers' pedagogical decisions
  61. "Doing school" : A new unit of analysis for schools serving marginalized students
  62. "Doing toward becoming" : A critical inquiry into the self-identification process of a culture teacher in aChinese-as-a-foreign-language classroom
  63. "Dreamers that do": Intrapreneurship in California's distinguished elementary schools
  64. "Dude, you're a fag" : masculinity in high school
  65. "Easier said than done" : pre-service teachers and multicultural education
  66. "Education without Discrimination" : A Study of Mid and Late Ming Scholar-officials' Change of Attitude to the Eunuchs and the Significances of Their Resultant Actions
  67. "Everybody get page by page" : How children use peer reading talk and interaction to construct and to cross lines of gender and popularity
  68. "Exploration to formation" : Understanding the voluntary modeling activity of two- and three-year-old children
  69. "Extreme strategies" of financing 4-year public college education in 12 states in the United States : The patterns of departures from "expected" behaviors of full-time full-year students and their familes
  70. "Finding myself among the chaos" : a story of teacher education for social justice
  71. "For the love of the game" : Factors influencing athlete enjoyment in sport
  72. "For us, by us" : Young people's leadership, participation and agency in a youth-led project for community development
  73. "Foreign Language Activities" in Japanese Elementary Schools : Negotiating Teacher Roles and Identities within a New Language Education Policy
  74. "From crying to laughing" : a holistic program for self-directed change in adult learners. : the transpersonal curriculum. Sharing experiences of transformative learning with participants in an "Art of Living" course
  75. "From housewife to breadwinner" : Khmer women changing places and gender roles following the Cambodian genocide
  76. "Getting down with da sistas" : Views of empowerment in a women's grassroots organization working for individual empowerment and social justice
  77. "Good Teachers" require "Better Students" : identity crisis in the search for empowering pedagogy
  78. The "good work" of nonprofit executive directors : An exploration of factors influencing transformational and transactional leadership strategies
  79. The "good" children : Early childhoold teachers' beliefs as reflected in their instructional and managerial views and practices
  80. "Governing" the "Girl Effect" through Sport, Gender and Development? Postcolonial Girlhoods, Constellations of Aid and Global Corporate Social Engagement
  81. "Help! I'm a Senior. Get me out of here." : a strategic management study of hygiene/maintenance and motivation factors in higher education correlated to class standing
  82. "Helping women help themselves" : An ethnography of carceral empowerment and the neoliberal rehabilitative ideal at a recovery center for criminalized women
  83. "Here without English you are dead" : Language ideologies and the experiences of women refugees in an adult ESL program
  84. "Hey school! Are you listenin'?" : Student testimonios of possibility sites at an alternative continuation high school
  85. "How are they different?". A comparative study of native and nonnative foreign language teaching assistants regarding selected characteristics : Teacher efficacy, approach to language teaching/learning, teaching strategies and perception of nativeship
  86. "How would you solve it?" : Individual word problem solving success through daily group collaboration of 5th grade students
  87. "I am a historian" : Examining the discursive construction of locally situated academic identities in linguistically diverse settings
  88. "I am not done yet" : Literacy, identity work and narrative exploration in a women's drug treatment writing classroom
  89. "I didn't lie! I changed my mind." : A case study of interpersonal conflict in a kindergarten classroom
  90. "I don't know if I can read this, but I can read the pictures" : the role of talk in emergent literacy
  91. "I don't know what the important parts are in the chapter" Demystifying a complex textbook through targeted instruction in reading comprehension
  92. "I don't see color - we're all just human beings": Phenomenology of students' online discourses on raceethnicity and prejudice
  93. "I go to school to learn" : Attitudes, stressors, and supports in the school experiences of young Latino immigrant students
  94. "I have four months to compete, eight months to heal" : playing through pain and injuries in girls' interscholastic gymnastics
  95. "I hear you, but I don't understand you" : The effects of peer tutoring for helping secondary ESL students achieve academic success
  96. "I know it in my heart" : exploring 3- or 4- year-olds' ideas of God in the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and Godly Play programs, and other mainline church schools
  97. "I like my class and my class likes me!" : Links between children's perceptions of their classroom environment and socio-emotional adjustment
  98. "I must get free" : a student cry to address authentic creativity in secondary visual arts education
  99. "I never knew you could teach like that" : Beginning teachers and reform-based mathematics instruction
  100. "I think he can" : Mothers' ability mindsets and the development of cognitive trust in toddlers
  101. "I want to be the Sun" : Tableau as an Embodied Representation of Main Ideas in Science Information Texts
  102. "I was born here but I'm not anAmerican" : Understanding the United States history curriculum through the eyes of Latino students
  103. "I will let my art speak out" : Visual narrations of Youth Combating Intolerance
  104. "I wish I could tell them how I feel" : Sharing the stories of young people labeled emotionally disturbed and their families
  105. "I Wish Someone Had Told Me" : Beginning Teacher Perceptions on the Effectiveness of their University Preparation Program
  106. "I'd rather fail than play" Using dance as an exercise intervention for adolescent girls
  107. "I'll Get by with a Little Help from my Friends" : Peer Response Groups in the Composition Classroom
  108. "I'm a product of everything I've been through" : A narrative study of the cultural identity construction of Bosnian Muslim female refugee students
  109. "I'm here, I'm listening, teach me!" A study of Mexican-American girls' narratives in the context of their experiences
  110. "I'm just a guy." : Narratives of Mexican American college students' constructions of masculinity and sexual health beliefs
  111. "iDilemmas" and humanities education : Redefining technology literacy pedagogy and practice
  112. "If at first you don't succeed..." : the cognitive and affective benefits of experiencing failure
  113. "If I don't do, I lose" : a grounded theory study of Chinese adult learners' writing motivation
  114. "If you give Allison a book..." : a toddler's aesthetic responses to literature experiences
  115. "In a sea of White people" : an analysis of the experiences and behaviors of high-achieving Black students in a predominantly white high school
  116. "Inside the bubble" : A look at the experiences of student-athletes in revenue-producing sports during college and beyond
  117. The "Iron cage" of division I athletics and football as status imperatives : Constraint and change among American universities
  118. "Is someone reading us?" : Fourth grade students respond to postmodern picture books
  119. "It gets under your skin" : Using process drama to explore race and privilege with undergraduate students
  120. "It Needs to Be Something I Can Relate To" : The Academic Literacy of Community College Basic Skills Students
  121. "It was like a first step" : student transitions from Adult Basic Education participation to community college enrollment
  122. "It would turn the lights on in your head" : perceptions and experiences of learning of women enrolled in an adult education program
  123. "It's all about the kids" : school culture, identity, and figured worlds
  124. "It's been a long journey" : exploring educationally mobile students' transition into STEM majors at a university
  125. "It's like having a library, and you don't get to go" : Educators negotiating boundaries when working with new literacies
  126. "It's like two different worlds" : a journey from learning to teach in the United States to teaching to learn in Taiwan (China)
  127. "It's little things here and there" : an exploration of preservice teachers' experiences of becoming multicultural educators
  128. "It's more than the running" : the psychosocial impact of a marathon-training program on midlife women
  129. "It's not just one thing!" Examining the role of a STEM enrichment program in facilitating college readiness and retention among underserved students of color
  130. "It's not like we're just playing; it's about learning stuff" : A critical ethnography of children's social practices during literacy learning
  131. "It's not the color of their skin" : Identity politics, literacy practices, and multicultural curricula in an urban fifth-grade classroom
  132. "It's Temporary" Professional Identity and Career Decisions of Infant- Toddler Center-Based Teachers
  133. "It's way more dramatic than I anticipated:" A narrative inquiry of three student teachers' tensions, challenges, and experiences with socially-just literacy instruction
  134. "Just good teaching" : Viewing effective teachers' use of technology with low-performing students through multiple lenses
  135. "Just through talking" : A collaborative learning approach for human resource change agents
  136. "Keeping the vision" : collaborative support for social justice teaching and transformational resistance
  137. "Kindergarten is not the place for him" : the power of cultural models
  138. "Kitchen economics for the family" : Paid education leave and the Canadian Autoworkers Union
  139. "Lady, what do you do all day?" : Peggy Seeger's anthems of Anglo-American feminism
  140. "Let Us Leave Changed" : Education for Personal and Social Change Through an Undergraduate Course on Education and Democracy
  141. "Let's read a book, Mommy" : How gender, age, and socioeconomic status affect naturalistic conversations about literacy
  142. "Life in the sticks" : Youth experiences, risk and popular theatre process
  143. "Life is a luminous halo" : Gender and androgynous time in Virginia Woolf
  144. "Light in her hands" : a biography of Irene Corey
  145. "Liquid handcuffs" : The phenomenology of recovering on methadone maintenance
  146. "Live from Studio C, It's Weekend Now!" A Case Study of a Student-Led Production Environment Exploring Experiential Education, Creativity and Gender
  147. "Making it" vs. "satisfaction" : Well-being and the lives of women raising young children in poverty
  148. "Making the devil useful" : English teachers and the movies in America, 1910--1941
  149. "Me and fiction don't get along" : New times literacy strategies used by early adolescent emerging readers
  150. "Much is required" : religious mission and university/community partnerships in urban settings
  151. "Muddling through" : a cultural perspective on life in schools for China's deviant students
  152. "Music is waiting for you" : The lived experience of children's musical identity
  153. "My mom makes me to learn English" : Power, system, instruction and quality of early childhood English language education in Taiwan
  154. "My whole life is on my phone" : How do you situate learning for a digital world?
  155. "Not a thing but a doing" : Reconsidering teacher knowledge through diffractive storytelling
  156. "Not as multicultural as I'd like" : White English teachers' uses of literature for multicultural education in predominantly White contexts
  157. "Not only creators, but also interpreters" : Artist/Curators in Contemporary Practice
  158. "Nothing's Come Easy for Me. Everything is Hard" : a Secondary Analysis of Interviews with Female Youth on Struggle and Resiliency
  159. "O.K., let's figure it out all together" : Parents' narratives about their children's literacy learning in the home and school
  160. "Our culture" : Difference, division, and unity in multiethnic youth space
  161. "Our spiritual center" : Language ideology and personhood at a Chinese community heritage language school
  162. "Our story will strengthen the future" : Portraits of second-generation Filipinos
  163. "Para Seguir Adelante" : women's empowerment and the Sistema de Aprendizaje Tutorial (SAT) program in Honduras
  164. The "pass to play" law governing interscholastic activities of Arizona schools
  165. "Perceptual mismatches" and the place of culture and politics in teaching English : Perspectives of six U.S. EFL teachers in Japan
  166. "Perfecting the race" : Education and social discipline in Brazil's Vargas era, 1930--1945
  167. "Persistence, determination, and hard work are crucial ingredients for life" : a narrative inquiry into the lives of first-generation Vietnamese American students
  168. "Powerful Words, Powerfully Delivered" : Culturally Responsive Teacher Communication with African American Middle School Students
  169. The "private school with a public purpose" : Exploring "education for social responsibility" at Upper Canada College
  170. "Quitarse de la escuela" : processes of persistence and dropping out among Romani girls
  171. "Recovery," "science," and the politics of hope : a critical discourse analysis of applied behavior analysis for young children labeled with autism
  172. The "right attitude" : What is it and can it be taught?
  173. The "room revolution" and beyond : the "public art" of democratic education
  174. "Santa in fairy tales? Let's talk about it" : From talking about it, to thinking about it, to writing it
  175. "Searching for rainbows" : race, ethnicity, gender and the socialization of Cape Verdean immigrant youth within family, school and community contexts
  176. "Self" in self-worth protection : the relationship of possible selves to achievement motives and self-worth protective strategies
  177. "Senor, ?Escuchamos la cancion? " : Utilizing Modern Music to Teach Culture
  178. "Sense-making---The heart of the matter" : Exploring reading comprehension in various participation structures
  179. "Sex and the university" : Celebrity, controversy, and a student journalism revolution, 1997--2008
  180. "Showing them who I am" : identity, place and performance in seventh-grade literacy discussions
  181. The "Smart Teen Challenge Project" in a secondary school in Hong Kong
  182. "Some of us are learning Spanish and some of us are learning English" : A comparison of second language programs in Texas
  183. "Something that people can do" : the hidden literacies of Latino and Anglo youth around academic writing
  184. "Somewhere between repartee and discourse" : students' experiences of a synchronous, computer-mediateddiscussion
  185. "Striving to do so much" : expectations and responsibility in teacher-student relationships
  186. "SuperLeadership" : the impacts and implications for public education
  187. "Take it away, youth!" Visions of Canadian identity in British Columbia social studies textbooks, 1925-1989
  188. "Take it upstairs" : Deconstructing culture and global competency in an undergraduate living-learning program
  189. "Take wings" : the history of dance education concentration at Morgan State University, 1953--2004 (Maryland)
  190. "Tal vez suena de estas cosas/ Maybe he dreams of these things:" Envisioning possibilities for multilingual learners in the culturally responsive rural classroom
  191. "Teacher, teacher, show me a picture." Rethinking English : a practitioner study (Howard Gardner)
  192. "Teenage addiction" : Adolescent girls drawing upon popular culture texts as mentors for writing in an after-school writing club
  193. A "textbook" case of professional prerogative : authority, disability and policy in introductory special education textbooks
  194. "Textbooks" for liberal studies in Hong Kong : teachers' and students' use and perceptions of their roles in learning andteaching
  195. "Thank you" and "no, no" : communicative context and Chinese perceptions of and responses to American English compliments
  196. "That's how people learn. It's through the connection" : Collaborative learning in an Aboriginal adult Literacy Centre
  197. "The beginning of the new me" : Sociocultural influences enable new, urban, sixth-grade writers in a culturally diverse, "below level" language arts classroom
  198. "The cell membrane is like the corn husk of tamales" : Using student-generated analogies to teach scientific vocabulary
  199. "The constellations were in a different place" : Using blogs to understand student learning during study abroad
  200. "The good, the bad, and the ugly" : a grounded theory approach to student and teacher interaction and communication in adult personal interest courses
  201. "The great balancing act" : identity and academic achievement of successful African-American male adolescents in an urban pilot high school in the United States
  202. "The image of the other" : Negotiating gendered identities in the ESL academic writing classroom
  203. "The impossible made possible" : a method for measuring change in conceptual understanding in undergraduate science students
  204. "The Journal of Mother Studies" : A peer reviewed, international, interdisciplinary, open-acess, digital humanities hybrid project
  205. "The learning never stops" : lessons from military child development centers for teacher professional development
  206. "The Limits of My Language" : An Exploration of the Worldview of Linguistically Impaired and Non-Impaired Students
  207. "The Music I Was Meant To Sing" : adolescent Choral Students' Perceptions of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
  208. "The noble path" : Journalism education and journalism students in the United States and India
  209. "The other Asian" : Linguisticethnic and cultural stereotypes at an after-school Asian American teen videomaking project
  210. "The poor kid finds the pirate treasure" : Depictions of social class in Newbery Medal and Honor books 2004-2013
  211. "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Students" : a case study in character education and school cultural transformation
  213. "The underbelly of the beast": The role of Athletic-Academic Advisors in Intercollegiate Athletics
  214. "There are times you just want to get by" : the influences on a first-year history teacher's instruction and theories of teaching
  215. "There is so much you can learn" : Child care teachers' perceptions of their professional development experiences
  216. "There's nothing wrong with me" : High school students describe alienation, resistance, and alternative education
  217. "They don't know what they are missing!" : eighth-grade students reading and responding to multicultural texts
  218. "They tell us who we are, they tell us who we aren't" : gay identity on television and off
  219. "They use space" : Youth affected by attentional and behavioral challenges and spatial boundaries in the classroom
  220. "They're only preschoolers, I think I can manage them!" An examination of teacher efficacy in early childhood educators
  221. "Things get glossed over": Whiteness and multicultural education
  222. "This ain't a ghetto class; this is a fine class!" : dramatic oral reading fluency activities in the social context of a ninth-grade classroom
  223. "This culture is nurturing and caring" : an ethnographic account of a campus climate from the perspective of African-American students
  224. "This intense desire to know the world" : Factors influencing the selection of multicultural children's literature
  225. "This is a public record" : Teaching human rights through the performing arts
  226. "This Is What I Am" : t eacher Motivation, Morale, and Professional Identity in the Context of EducationalReform
  227. "This may be difficult to hear" : What school psychologists view as essential and useful guidelines for communicating difficult news to families
  228. "Tiger mom, cat dad" : a study of Chinese parenting style in a Shenzhen kindergarten
  229. "To be Quechua is to belong" : citizenship, identity, and intercultural bilingual education in Cuzco, Peru
  230. "To experience something greater than myself:" An exploratory case study of the impact of a faculty-led short-term study abroad on college student identity
  231. "To Get a Better Future for My Children" : Overcoming the Structural Barriers to Parental Involvement for Spanish-Only Latino Families
  232. "To speak or not to speak - that is the question". Oral communication skills in a broader profile of literacy : A high school teacher's quest for communicative competence in his chemistry classroom
  233. "To the girl who wants to compose" : amy Beach as a music educator
  234. "Top down" : an analysis of state implementation of a federal teacher accountability policy
  235. "Training" graduate students to teach
  236. "Turn it up" : A diversity workshop to prepare preservice teacher candidates for multicultural classrooms
  237. "Turning it into a proper business" : The fate of complexity in distance learning corporate discourse
  238. "Visible" minorities and "invisible" minorities : an ethnographic study of multicultural education and the production of ethnic "Others" in Japan
  239. "Wait, am I blogging?" : An examination of school-sponsored online writing spaces
  240. "Was gut ist setzt sich durch" : Schooling practices and the discourse of education after the Wall
  241. "Was that how it really happened?" Film as a tool for historical thinking
  242. "We can be leaders if we want to" : A case study of second grade leadership education
  243. "We do not see things as they are. We see things as we are." Capturing the transformation of career changing women from STEM fields to teaching
  244. "We don't do that at school" : School psychologists' reports of inappropriate sexual behaviors by students with developmental disabilities at school
  245. "We don't have the liberty of being brainless" : exploring pre-service teachers' use of weblogs for informal reflection
  246. "We have father and mother and each other" : "Little Women" and the American nuclear family romance, 1868--1994
  247. "We want to bring them into what we love" : An investigation of desire in two alternative teacher preparation programs
  248. "Welcome to the underground" : Portraits of worldview and education among hip-hop collegians
  249. "What I'm doing is really working in the language arts with the kids" : Teacher knowledge, teacher change, and the construction of teaching practice for reading and writing
  250. "What is it like to be a girl?" : Five teenagers speak about their lives
  251. "What is the topic? The topic is what we make it." : learning from students and teachers in alternative education settings
  252. "What makes children different is what makes them better" : Teaching Mexican children "English" to foster multilingual, multiliteracies, and intercultural practices
  253. "What's right for me?" : exploring autonomy development through interpretive interactions with college females
  254. "When robbing goes bad" : a study of the influences of gender and popular media on the writing process of fourth graders
  255. "When teachers treat me well, I think I belong" : School belonging and the psychological and academic well being of adolescent girls in India
  256. "When you started to tidy up yourselves and work for the group, I started to like you" : building primary-graders' self-regulatory skills through regular wild camping
  257. "When you write 'four' in Chinese, you will find two 'J's' in it" : a case study of four children learning to be literate in alphabetic and non-alphabetic print
  258. "Where are we going, Dad" : a multiple case study of Chinese fathers' parenting styles shown in the TV show
  259. "Women hold up half the sky" : is principal selection based on gender and leadership style?
  260. "You have to lead yourself first" : Young people's perspectives on their learning and personal growth in an urban leadership development program
  261. "You have to learn who comes with the disability" : University students' reflections on service learning experiences with peers labeled with disabilities
  262. "You meant to do that" : Examining reactive and proactive aggression and their relations to social and emotional correlates
  263. "You need to be professional" : an analysis of teacher positioning and imagined job interviews in a hospitality training program
  264. "You never know who's watching" : How technology is shaping practice for social service professionals
  265. "You were the only one who ever really pushed us" : a case study of the influence of race and culture on an urban, African American teacher's beliefs, practices, and writing instruction
  266. "You will be listened to this time": The Seattle Urban Academy and the struggle to create a school-community partnership, 1968--1971 (Washington)
  267. ¡Quiero estudiar! Mexican immigrant mothers' participation in their children's schooling---and their own
  268. 'Authentic' language vs. English language teaching recommendations and predictions
  269. 'Aòhe pau ka 'ike i ka halau hoòkahi : a multiple-case study on the navigation of personal, cultural, and professional identities of Native Hawaiian members of Hawaiì'sscience, technology, engineering, and math community. : all knowledge is not taught in the same school
  270. 'Because purpose is not a goal. It's a journey' : How experiences of social studies teaching and learning contribute to the development of pre-service social studies teachers' purposes for teaching
  271. 'Being good Chinese' : chinese scholarly elites and immigration in mid-century America
  272. A 'best of class' study of principals when supervising tenured teachers with unsatisfactory performance
  274. 'For Us Poetry is Not a Luxury' : a Case Study of Six Black Women Artist-Educator-Activists
  275. The 'framing' of school restructuring : a feminist, post-structuralist critique of the dominant discourses, power relations, and subjectivities that develop on a school's professional landscape during school restructuring
  276. 'governments, individuals, and old houses' : the slate roof house of philadelphia (pennsylvania)
  277. 'Gross errors' or 'good English'? The historical legacy of the University of California's Examination in Subject A
  278. 'home-Work' : difference and (em)power(ment) in parent involvement discourse
  279. 'I'm a consumer, I'm not a scientist' : Cultivating Student Domain Identification, Agency, and Affect through Engagement in Scientific Practices
  280. 'Net_work_ed : Simulated bodies and objects intertwined in cyberplaces and art educational spaces. Threads of a critical digital pedagogy
  281. 'Raced' perspectives on college opportunity : the intersectionality of ethnicity and social class among asian pacific americans
  283. 'The Times They Are-a-Changin' : Schools as Economic Revitalization Agents
  284. 'Working out' inequality : an anti-racist feminist approach to girls' and young women's participation in sports
  285. (1) The case for using foreign language pedagogies in introductory computer programming instruction (2) A contextualized pre-AP computer programming curriculum : Models and simulations for exploring real-world cross-curricular topics
  286. (Be)Longing and Resisting : A Narrative Excavation of Critical Ontogeny
  287. (Co)constructing identities in urban classrooms
  288. (De)composing a garden for children's play
  289. (dis)entangling the paradoxes and possibilities of critical literacy in the community college introduction to literature classroom
  290. (Enlarging) secondary-level mathematics teachers' mathematical knowledge : An investigation of professional development
  291. The (im)possibilities of becoming : hmong youth and the politics of schooling and development in Thailand
  292. (Inter)disciplinary roots : a study of influence and collaboration in the work of Fred Newton Scott (John Dewey, Joseph Villiers Denney)
  293. (Re) imagining where no child is left behind : the relationships and experiences of a looped classroom
  294. (Re) presenting us : 'Gay' youth speak out about sexuality identities, media, and their lives in the cultural context of 21st century heterosexism
  295. (Re)-authoring the student : an exploration into figured worlds, identity formation, genre, publics, and how power relations impact children's writing
  296. (Re)conceptualizing resistance to (re)conceptualize campus climate challenges : Analyzing the resistant register of student reflection writing in a university diversity course
  297. (Re)envisioning self and other : subverting visual orientalism through the creation of postcolonial pedagogy
  298. (Re)forming incipient hybrid identities : The voices of female international graduate students
  299. (Re)negotiating knowledge, power, and identities in Hip-Hop Lit
  300. (Re)negotiating Speech Codes in an Online Language Learning Community
  301. (Re)presentations of United States Latinos : a critical discourse analysis of Spanish heritage language textbooks
  302. (Re)producing meaning and practice for young children's readiness and success in context of urban reform
  303. The (re)production of social capital in the post-Chinatown era : A case study of the role of a Chinese language school
  304. (Un)confining spaces : Reconsidering contemporary educational assumptions through "pedagogy's hinge"
  305. *Class, hegemony, and ideology : a critique of neo -Marxist approaches to educational reform
  306. The 1989 Beijing spring, P. R. China : The events and how they were portrayed in primary and middle schools in Beijing, August-December 1989
  307. The 1993 basals versus the 1987 versions : Examining four reading series for the proportion of literature-based stories, adaptions, and award-winning literature
  308. 1:1 technology and computerized state assessments
  309. 21st century apprenticeship and the New Millennial generation
  310. 21st century business education : Predictions from Oklahoma CTE business educators
  311. 21st Century Community Learning center Program: A study to evaluate the success of a program in a rural county in east Tennessee
  312. The 21st Century Learning Environment : Education in the Digital Era
  313. 21st century skills as equity pedagogy to teach academic content standards : A socioeconomically diverse district's implementation
  314. 21st century skills development : Learning in digital communities : Technology and collaboration
  315. 21st century students---20th century teaching models : Instructional strategies to increase student achievement
  316. 2nd year Vietnamese heritage language learners in higher education : a case study
  317. 35-Plus : The social studies department at Media Line High School, 1965--2007
  318. 360-degree feedback and its impact on leadership behavior
  319. 3d k9 : using Quicktime VR to teach veterinary anatomy
  320. 4-H patterns on the land initiative : A case study of environmental education volunteers in Michigan
  321. 5 rhythms(TM) in the workplace : exploring movement as a corporate training approach
  322. 7th grade Chinese students' reading motivation in Taiwan
  323. The A+ Schools Program and School Improvement
  324. An a/r/tographic study of multicultural children's book artists : developing a place-based pedagogy of pleasure
  325. Aaron Douglas and Hale Woodruff : the social responsibility and expanded pedagogy of the Black artist
  326. The ABC's of early intervention : assessing the Arkansas Better Chance for School Success Pre-school Program
  327. Ability and achievement variables of average, low average, and borderline students
  328. The ability of adventure education to influence the social skill development of urban middle school students
  329. The ability of learning-disabled students to successfully negotiate academic demands and its affects on academic success in a physical therapy curriculum
  330. Ability-factors and familial psychosocial circumstances : Chinese and Malays of Singapore
  331. Able-bodied inclusion in the National Wheelchair Basketball Association
  332. Aboriginal children's and youths' experiences of bullying and peer victimization in a Canadian context
  333. Aboriginal voices and the politics of representation in Canadian introductory sociology textbooks
  334. Above average ability, creativity and self-efficacy as predictors of success for honors students
  335. The Abramovic method : The performance art of Marina Abramovic, 2010 to present
  336. The absence of a father or father figure and its impact on the academic success of high school males
  337. The absence of technology in undergraduate sport management curriculum and its relationship to intercollegiate and professional athletics
  338. The absent presence of whiteness in 19th century didactic texts : Julia McNair Wright's 'hidden curriculum'
  339. Absenteeism in market labor, nonmarket labor, and leisure model : A comparative analysis of elementary school teachers with the United States population
  340. Absenteeism, transfers and patronage : The political economy of teacher labor markets in India
  341. Abstinence curriculum in black churches : a critical examination of the intersectionality of race, gender, andSES
  342. Abstinence education : Creating evaluation criteria and evaluating curriculum (A. C. Green)
  343. Abuse potential and discipline beliefs in parents of children with behavior problems
  344. Academic Achievement : A Comparison of the Educational Performance of Twelfth Grade Athletes and Non-Athletes
  345. Academic achievement among Dominican English language learners at Bronx Community College of the City University of New York
  346. Academic Achievement among Latina Undergraduates : An Examination of Psychosociocultural Factors Associated with Academic Achievement and Persistence among Dominican and Puerto Rican Students
  347. Academic achievement among secondary school students : the effects of language of instruction during primary school years
  348. Academic Achievement and Acculturation in English Language Learners
  349. Academic achievement and the self-regulation of study time : quantitative and qualitative dimensions
  350. Academic achievement differences between majors in Computer Science-- Business Option and majors in the College of Business
  351. Academic achievement differences between Title I students enrolled in music classes and Title I students who are not
  352. Academic Achievement Gap : the Role of Ethnicity and Parent Involvement in Predicting Reading Achievement
  353. Academic Achievement in First Nations Adolescents : The Role of Parental and Peer Attachment in Promoting Successful Outcomes
  354. Academic achievement in the context of poverty : Examining the effects of family risk on children's math and reading achievement over the elementary school years
  355. Academic achievement motivation in african American college football players : an investigation of educational expectations and values
  356. Academic achievement of foster children : Child welfare workers' perceptions and practices
  357. The academic achievement of high school female athletes in comparison to high school female nonathletes
  358. Academic achievement of intercollegiate student-athletes compared to nonathletes (intercollegiate athletics)
  359. Academic achievement of rural students as they transition from elementary school to middle school
  360. Academic achievement trajectories of adolescents from Mexican and East Asian immigrant families
  361. Academic achievement, attitudes, and retention : Application of whole brain instruction in the Principles of Accounting course in central Taiwan (China)
  362. Academic adaptation : Mainland Chinese students in graduate programs at a Canadian university
  363. Academic adaptation and cross-cultural learning experiences of Chinese students at American universities : A narrative inquiry
  364. Academic adjustment of Chinese graduate students in United States institutions of higher education
  365. Academic adjustment of gifted fifth, sixth, and seventh grade children placed in accelerated math courses
  366. Academic administrator influence on institutional commitment to open access of scholarly research
  367. Academic advising : meeting the advising needs of first year non-traditional students enrolled at a two year community college
  368. Academic advising, engagment with faculty, course load, course type, and course completion rates for urban community college students with learning disabilities
  369. Academic and affective outcomes of computer-based instruction on developmental math students
  370. Academic and athletic achievement motivation of collegiate female basketball players
  371. Academic and athletic excellence : a sports model for schools
  372. Academic and athletic motivation as predictors of academic performance of Division I college student-athletes
  373. An academic and industry partnership : A case study of the evolving role of continuing education at the University of Minnesota
  374. Academic and non-academic factors associated with retention of undergraduate college students
  375. Academic and professional training of business journalists at west coast newspapers
  376. Academic and social accommodation of S.1 hearing-impaired students in an ordinary secondary school
  377. Academic and social integration : a narrative study of Indian international students' experience and persistence in postgraduate studies in Ontario
  378. Academic attitudes and psychological well-being of African-American psychology graduate students
  379. Academic background characteristics and prediction of job performance
  380. Academic capitalism and accountability in higher education
  381. Academic capitalism in the social sciences : faculty responses to the entrepreneurial university
  382. Academic capitalism, organizational change, and student workers : a case study of an organized research unit in a public research university
  383. Academic change and innovation : Obstacles and strategies for overcoming barriers Major barriers and strategies for overcoming them in initiating and implementing organizational change : The case of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute (WISELI)
  384. Academic characteristics of student retention in college using logistic regression analysis
  385. Academic Coaching Practices for Students with Learning Disabilities and Differences
  386. Academic components that make successful entrepreneurs in the US : A grounded theory in entrepreneurship education
  387. Academic Concept Mapping (ACM) : a critical thinking tool in academic advising for improving academic performance in college freshmen
  388. Academic culture, business culture, and measuring achievement differences : Internal auditing views
  389. Academic deans' perspectives on the effectiveness of responsibility center management
  390. Academic difficulties among East Asian international graduates : Influences of perceived English language proficiency and native educational/socio-cultural background
  391. Academic discourse in two disciplines : Professional writing and student development in biology and history
  392. Academic dishonesty : the link between academics and the law
  393. Academic dishonesty and cognitive dissonance
  394. Academic dishonesty and the international student : are international students different from domestic students?
  395. Academic dishonesty in a digital age
  396. Academic dishonesty in traditional and online courses as self-reported by students in online courses
  397. Academic economics : Scholarship, publishing, capital
  398. Academic enablers, social support, and academic achievement related to externalizing behaviors in elementary-school children
  399. Academic engagement and involvement in first-year seminar : pedagogical practices and student interactions
  400. The academic English literacy acquisition experiences of deaf college students
  401. Academic English readiness: A qualitative study on the thoughts, perceptions, and experiences of current and former ESOL graduate students from six American universities
  402. Academic entrepreneurship in higher education : institutional effects on performance of university technology transfer
  403. Academic entrepreneurship in instructional technology
  404. An academic evaluation of the Dimensions of Learning model as a tool for curriculum integration
  405. Academic failure and education quality. Function and efficiency of schools : Education as a way of personal fulfilment and social transformation
  406. Academic freedom and autonomy : walter C. Eells and the Red Purge in universities during the Allied Occupation of Japan
  407. Academic freedom in cyberspace : AAUP guidelines and Internet-use policies
  408. Academic freedom in public higher education : For the faculty or institution?
  409. The academic gap between the "real-world" and theatre and film
  410. Academic ghosts : parental perspectives of parent-teacher conferences
  411. Academic growth in kindergarten : the effects of child-level and school-level factors on learning outcomes
  412. Academic honesty : Is what students believe different from what they do?
  413. Academic honesty in the digital age
  414. The academic impact of infusing character education into the curriculum
  415. Academic imperialism : (Dis)junctures in composition and post-colonial studies
  416. Academic influence : the politics of higher education
  417. Academic integration and self-efficacy : An exploratory study of at-risk student persistence
  418. Academic knowledge from elite closure to professional service : the rise of high-growth fields in American higher education
  419. Academic language and young emergent bilinguals : Patterns of contextualizing discourse in personal narratives and classroom literacy events
  420. Academic language development and transfer for mexican-American students studying college-level spanish
  421. Academic Language Knowledge and Comprehension of Science Text for English Language Learners and Fluent English-Speaking Students
  422. Academic leadership in higher education : Using generalizability theory and structural equation modeling approaches to examine academic leadership effectiveness and behavioral complexity in a Canadian college from a faculty perspective
  423. Academic learning standards as reform in an elementary school setting: One school's journey
  424. The academic librarian as blended professional : Reassessing the position
  425. Academic librarians participation in shared governance: Effects of faculty leaders' motivational type
  426. Academic libraries at the center of instructional change : faculty and librarian experience of library leadership in the transformation of teaching and learning
  427. Academic library administration : a case examination of faculty-librarian perceptions of journal cancellations and the decision-making process in a largeurban institution
  428. The academic library building in the digital age : A study of new library construction and planning, design,and use of new library space
  429. The academic library director : a content analysis of nationally advertised job advertisements for academic library directors in 2002 and 2003
  430. Academic library directors in the eyes of hiring administrators : a comparison of the attributes, qualifications, and competencies desired by chief academic officers with those recommended by academic library directors
  431. The Academic Library in the 21st Century : competencies Library Directors and Senior Managers Must Possess to Successfully Lead Their Organizations into the Future
  432. The academic literacy socialization of Mexican exchange students at a Canadian university
  433. Academic markets and policy arrangements : International students in Japanese higher education
  434. Academic medical faculty and their complex roles
  435. The academic mission of the university and corruption in intercollegiate athletics: A case study of their coexistence
  436. Academic motivation among college students
  437. Academic motivation and academic self-concept : Military veteran students in higher education
  438. The academic motivation of Hong Kong secondary school students : a developmental perspective
  439. Academic motivation, coping indicators, receptivity to student support services and the first-year university experience
  440. Academic needs of EFL learners in the intensive English language program at Sultan Qaboos University in the Sultanate of Oman
  441. The academic offering and the labor market of professionals in Puerto Rico
  442. Academic optimism, organizational citizenship behavior, and principal support : an examination of factors effecting teacher agency in elementary schools
  443. Academic oral language development in Spanish-speaking English Language Learners : the effect of teacher talk
  444. Academic orientation : the effects of attributional styles and motivation on achievement in collegestudents
  445. Academic outcomes of academic success programs
  446. Academic performance and engagement of Educational Opportunity Program students in a college algebra extended class at the State University of New York, New Paltz
  447. Academic performance and persistence among international students with and without participation in an intensive english as a second language program
  448. Academic performance in college online courses : The role of self- regulated learning, motivation and academic self-efficacy
  449. Academic performance of college students in financial management and related prerequisite courses : a comparison of senior high school and commercial high school graduates attending Tamsui Oxford University College in Taiwan
  450. Academic performance of immigrant students : roles of generation status, race/ethnicity, and school environment
  451. The academic performance of introverted and extroverted students in traditional and online business courses : An analysis based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  452. Academic persistence of at-risk students
  453. Academic preparation for counseling in athletic training programs : two views
  454. The academic preparation of beginning computer science students
  455. Academic press in kindergarten classrooms : teachers' responses to high-stakes testing and the resulting reading curriculum change
  456. The academic profession in Palestine : a survey
  457. Academic professional development strategies to facilitate educational changes in universities
  458. Academic publishing in a digital world and the future of the university press
  459. Academic readiness and taking of college admission tests
  460. Academic reading strategies used by Chinese EFL learners : Five case studies
  461. Academic self-concept in adolescents : causes, correlates and consequences
  462. Academic self-efficacy and college achievement : similarities and differences as a function of family educational background and age
  463. Academic self-efficacy for sophomore students in living-learning programs
  464. Academic self-efficacy, career self-efficacy, and psychosocial identity development : a comparison of female college students from differing socioeconomic status groups
  465. Academic self-regulation explains persistence and attrition in Web- based courses : a grounded theory
  466. Academic socialization and the transition to elementary school : Parents' conceptions of school readiness, practices, and children's academic achievement trajectories
  467. Academic spoken English strategy use of non-native English speaking graduate students
  468. Academic staff perceptions of improving higher education evaluation : a case-study in the University of Hong Kong
  469. Academic staff perspectives on comprehensive higher education reform in Hong Kong
  470. Academic staff's perceptions of implementing performance-based review system in a tertiary institution : a case study
  471. Academic success through group work : linking social skills, achievement, learning behaviors and collaboration
  472. Academic Support Experiences and Perceptions of Postsecondary Students with Disabilities : A Public and Private University Comparison
  473. Academic support from parents, teachers, and peers : relation to Hong Kong adolescents' academic behavior and achievement (China)
  474. Academic tracking and post-secondary education outcomes : evidence from romania
  475. Academic transfer shock and social integration : A comparison of outcomes for traditional and nontraditional students transferring from 2-year to 4-year institutions
  476. Academic writing and the pedagogical practices of effective teachers
  477. Academic writing development through dialogues between tutors and second-language learners
  478. Academic writing in English and Chinese : Case studies of senior college students
  479. The academic writing of Chinese graduate students in sciences and engineering : Processes and challenges
  480. Academic, institutional, and family factors affecting the persistence of Black male STEM majors
  481. Academic, social and general self-concepts of students with learning disabilities
  482. Academic, social, and economic challenges faced by Latinos to attain a college degree
  483. Academically capable students who drop out of large suburban high schools
  484. Academically engaged behaviors during literacy instruction for three Haitian English language learners in a sheltered English immersion first grade classroom
  485. The academically gifted female student in science
  486. Academy in the Capital : Intellectual and Politics of National Central University in Republican China, 1927--1949
  487. Accelerate knowledge : How knowledge is shared with and created by new ventures in early-stage accelerator networks
  488. Accelerated learning : a study of the impact on adult learning, attention, and attitudes
  489. Accelerated Mathematics and High-Ability Students' Math Achievement in Grades Three and Four
  490. Accelerated nursing education : study patterns, behaviors and learner characteristics
  491. Accelerated Reader : optimal conditions for reading achievement using a computer information system
  492. Accelerated Reader and High School Students' Standardized Test Scores : A Correlational Study
  493. Accelerated Reader and its effect on fifth-grade students' reading comprehension
  494. Accelerated Reader and its impact on special education students at Middletown High School
  495. The Accelerated Reader Program and students' attitude towards reading
  496. Accelerated thought : electronic cognition. digital image creation and analysis as a means to examine learning and cognition
  497. Accelerating reading trajectories: the effects of dynamic research- based instruction
  498. Accelerating receptive language acquisition in kindergarten students : An action research study
  499. Acceptability of treatment strategies for hyperactivity and attention problems of elementary grade students : a study of kindergarten, third, and fifth grade teachers
  500. The acceptance of peer coaching and its relationship with school contextual factors and teachers' individual factors
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