ERIC Number: ED401261
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995-Dec
Studies in Teaching. 1995 Research Digest. Papers Presented at the Annual Research Forum (Winston-Salem, North Carolina, December 1995).
McCoy, Leah P., Ed.
This is a collection of papers reporting student research projects at the Annual Research Forum, Department of Education, Wake Forest University (North Carolina). They include: "Student Interest in Studying World History in Relation to Current Events" (Conan Arthur); "Perceptions of High School Student Athletes and Athletics" (Edward Barrett); "Moments of Transition" (Mary Beth Braker); "The Effect of Ability Level on Student-Teacher Interaction in Secondary English" (Brooke Buchanan); "Impact of Math Course Selection on Future Endeavors (Bernice Campbell); "Are High School Students Learning Nutrition?" (Laura Fierke); "Humor in the High School English Classroom" (Christiana Fitzpatrick); "Teacher Questions in High School History" (Carmen Garland); "The Use of Historical Background in Secondary School Literature Classrooms" (Amy Garrett); "Why Don't Students Like Social Studies?" (Charles Gobble); "The Learning Cycle as Used To Modify the Current Biology Lesson" (Sandra Haas); "What Instructional Strategies Do Teachers Use and How Do Teachers Respond When Students Use African-American English in the Classroom?" (Guy Hill); "How Do Teachers Generate and Use Questions in the English Classroom?" (Melissa King); "What are High School Geometry Teachers' Views Toward Teaching Proofs?" (Karen Marshall); "Occupational Gender Stereotypes of High School Students" (Felicia McCrary); "Classroom Environment: Perceptions of How Classroom Activities Influence Student Learning" (Edward McNeal, Jr.); "Student/Athlete or Athlete/Student?" (Ryan Michel); "School Reform--Coalition Style" (Kristan Morrison); "A Hypermedia Guide to the Life and Poetic Works of John Keats" (Bethany Nowviskie); "Block Scheduling" (Sharon Oxford); "What Are the Future Plans of Today's High School Athletes?" (Chris Pfohl); "Critical Thinking Challenges" (Blake Radcliffe); "To What Extent Are Primary Sources Used To Teach History to High School Students?" (Kara Smith); "Predictive Factors for High School Physics Enrollment" (Alice Sy); "How Do Single-Sex vs. Coed Science Classrooms Affect Females' Attitudes, Beliefs and Achievement?" (Rebecca Thompson); and "Teachers' Perceptions about Student Learning in Sex Education" (Utasha Watkins). (JLS)
Descriptors: Athletes, Athletics, College Students, English Instruction, Higher Education, History Instruction, Mathematics Instruction, Nutrition Instruction, Physical Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Science Instruction, Secondary Education, Sex Education, Sex Stereotypes, Student Research, Student Teachers, Student Teaching
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wake Forest Univ., Winston Salem, NC.