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How Can School Districts Respond to Opioid Impacted Students?
The purpose of this study was to discover how school districts can respond to opioid impacted students. This research is relevant because the opioid crisis is now approaching its fourth decade within history and the issue ...
Intentional Physical Activity Breaks and Their Effects on Students' Behavior
Children throughout America are not getting enough physical activity in their day. The Covid-19 pandemic and the safety precautions that come with students returning to school in person have made students even more sedentary ...
A Professional Development Study to Diminish Teacher Subject Based Bias to Improve Student Engagement
This professional development (PD) study focused on teaching, learning, and growing in providing bias free lessons across all subjects. The leading participant in this study was myself with the fundamental guidance of my ...
The Barriers and Challenges of the Development of Online Counselling After the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Online therapy has been around as an alternative delivery method for clients who are unable to attend to a therapy session in-person. The main concerns and limitation on online therapy is mainly focus on the difficulties ...
Primary Literacy Instruction: A Design for Increasing Pre-Reading Skills
Student practice and exposure to foundational literacy skills as building blocks to their later reading fluency and comprehension is an important aspect of fostering student success in literacy. Many studies explored within ...