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Teachers' perceptions of home schooled children
This study examined teachers' perceptions of home schooled children's social/emotional and academic preparation for returning to the regular classroom. Fifteen elementary and three secondary school teachers were interviewed ...
Sources of student anger in schools
This study examined student anger. The students from grades eight through ten were asked, in focus groups, to identify what, in schools, made them respond with anger and how students responded to this anger. Common sources ...
Preparedness to teach : a comparison between consecutive and concurrent education students
The purpose of the study was to examine the differences between consecutive and concurrent preservice education students concerning both their feelings of preparedness to teach and the classroom management and discipline ...
Perceptions of learning French : a case study in French immersion
This study set out to determine, through a qualitative research approach, the perceptions of learning of a group of Grade Six Early French Immersion students. Data were collected through classroom observation, class ...
Portrayal of dominance in children's myth, story and legend : implications for educational administrators
This research views a theory of dominance from the perspective that dominance represents an integration of dialectical support and control dimensions. The design of the inquiry applies an adaptation of Hersey and Blanchard's ...