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Teachers' attitudes and opinions concerning elementary school students' understanding of HIV/AIDS / by Sarah Marion L. Paularinne. --
The purpose of this study was to investigate teachers’ views on HIV/AIDS education and their students’ readiness for HIV/AIDS education. How the emotional developmental stages of the students relate to the implementation ...
Examination of the role of the multiple intelligences in studies of effective teaching
The purpose of this study is to evaluate selected teacher effectiveness research for elements of multiple intelligence (MI) theory. In order to acquire a more holistic picture of the nature of effective teaching, this study ...
Math anxiety, math self-concept, and performance in math
Study participants: 320 grade ten advanced students from two school boards in Northwestern Ontario. Math anxiety, math self-concept, math performances were studied. Gender differences were also explored.
Lived experience of a Christian school teacher in comparison with the philosophies and policies of Christian Schools International
This study examines and compares the lived experience of a Christian school teacher with the philosophies and policies of Christian Schools International. A qualitative approach was used as the methodology and characteristics ...
Evaluation of cooperative learning implementation in the classroom
This study examined how Cooperative Learning was being implemented by teachers in one board of education. Cooperative Learning is an instructional strategy which involves students working together in carefully designed ...
Lived experiences of senior students returning to university
This phenomenological study of six purposively selected senior students, over the age of sixty, explored their learning experiences at a small regional university. Participant profiles created from the students' own ...