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    • Co-Teaching: Communication and Collaboration 

      Walker, Brigitta (2016)
      Communication and collaboration between general education and special education teachers are challenging. Research shows that co-teaching benefits students with disabilities as well as students without disabilities (Scruggs, ...
    • Communication in a Diverse Classroom: An Annotated Bibliographic Review 

      Brown, Rachelle (2016-06)
      Students have social and personal needs to fulfill which they communicate these different ways. This annotated bibliographic review examined communication studies to provide educators of diverse classrooms with ideas to ...
    • Communication Skills in Mathematics Discourse 

      Fernandez, Robert (2016)
      According to Catherine A. Stein of the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics (NCTM) mathematical discourse is the way students represent, think, talk, question, agree, and disagree in the classroom (National Council ...
    • Extracurricular Activities and Student Interest 

      Dols, Michael (2018-06-16)
      There is some significant longitudinal research on the impacts participation in extracurricular activities has on students, however very little research exists on the short term, day to day impacts. The purpose of this ...
    • Meeting the Needs of EBD Students 

      Briscoe, Kiana (2016)
      Students diagnosed with an emotional and behavioral disability (EBD) struggle in school, academically and behaviorally. On average, students with EBD perform 1–2 grade levels behind their peers while in elementary school ...
    • Using Integrated Technology to Aid in Differentiating Math 

      Erickson, Lindsay (2018-05-31)
      The purpose of this action research study was to determine if the implementation of DreamBox, an adaptive online math program, will allow teachers to differentiate student instruction that results in increased student ...