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Benefits and Dangers of Exercise to Student Achievement
The growing demands of uniform assessments and social stress placed upon young individuals now compels educators to investigate the extent physical exercise helps and/or hinders student achievement and emotional well-being. ...
Kindergarten Letter-Sound Fluency and Multi-Sensory Intervention
This action research study tracks the letter-sound fluency of 21 kindergarten students from an upper middle class urban elementary school in the Pacific Northwest over an eight-week period. A multi-sensory intervention was ...
Teaching Emotional Smarts to Boost Academic Success
Academic achievement has been the driving force of education since its inception. However, the incorporation of emotional identification and development to assist in the increase of academic success has recently been ...
Self Assessment: A Differentiated Approach to Student Engagement in Mathematics
This action research study examined the effectiveness of using self-assessment as a strategy for engaging fifth grade students with emotional or behavioral disabilities. The complexity of these issues combined with multiple ...
Positive Reinforcement in the Classroom: The Effect of Positive Reinforcement on Student Behavior and Participation
This research investigates the in-class behavior and participation affected by positive reinforcement. A total of 53 students within two 5th grade math and science classes took part in this study. Throughout the study, ...
Two Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD) Strategies and a Classroom
More than half of second grade students at an elementary school in Washington tested below the standard reading level. This study focused on using two Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD) strategies, the Cooperative ...