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Paquette, Kelli; Groman, Mike – Education, 2023
This qualitative research study aimed to identify factors, as perceived by Administration and Leadership Studies doctoral student graduates and faculty mentors, that were helpful in securing terminal degree success. Strategies employed and obstacles overcome are detailed from both groups' perspectives. The researchers conducted the study at a…
Descriptors: Phenomenology, Doctoral Programs, Doctoral Students, College Faculty
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Terneus, Sandra; Martin, Dan – Education, 2023
School teachers devote time to facilitate learning as well as behavior management to produce an environment of positive learning. For the typically-developing youth, most behavioral management interventions are successful to deter problematic behaviors and conduct compliance. However, for youth who have conduct disorder, the usual behavioral…
Descriptors: Behavior Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorders, Interaction, Students with Disabilities
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Reena, Ismatara; Hebert, Edward; Das, Kumer; Doe, Raymond; Hebert, Shankari; Gope, Nirmal – Education, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted college students worldwide. International students are a significant group of college students in the United States, making up approximately 5% of enrollment. While research has examined the mental health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on college students, its impact on international students in the U.S. has…
Descriptors: Anxiety, Depression (Psychology), Incidence, Pandemics
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Wright, Robert – Education, 2023
Interdisciplinary programs of study, especially within psychology, offer many benefits including addressing diverse student interests while encouraging the growth of skills, perspectives, and experiences in collaboration that would otherwise be impossible. A health psychology emphasis was created within the psychology major as an interdisciplinary…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Study, Psychology, Interdisciplinary Approach, Health Education
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Ainsa, Patricia; Rudich, Susan; Fiting, Jessica – Education, 2023
Because of the pandemic and its restrictions on children, a professor and two graduate students employed in early childhood intervention investigated teachers and families in three states to determine if learning and development are affected by inability to physically attend school. The authors also explored if and how academic and…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Teachers, Young Children, Family (Sociological Unit), Pandemics
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Hill, Kelly – Education, 2022
The number of children learning English entering U.S. schools continues to rise, yet the majority of classroom teachers remain English-dominant. Many teachers feel under-prepared to work with the growing number of multilingual students. However, they can draw on a familiar curricular structure, shared reading, to build on children's cultural and…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Language of Instruction, Code Switching (Language), Language Usage
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Flynn, Ellen; Rivera, Kimberly – Education, 2022
This article was an examination of the relationship between presenting controversial literature in middle school English Language Arts classrooms and adolescent students' social and emotional development. Social and emotional development (SEL) of adolescents were understood in view of psychological theory and educational research. The consequences…
Descriptors: Controversial Issues (Course Content), Literature, Middle School Students, Language Arts
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Snell, Joel – Education, 2022
The "outside" variables such as life history, sociology, and related can become connected to the "inside" variables particularly in the voluntary and involuntary parts of the brain. This article does not try to create a biological determinism of people especially those who are female and people of color. This author wants to…
Descriptors: Neurosciences, Behavioral Sciences, Gender Discrimination, Racism
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Bainter, Tiffany; Hetzel-Riggin, Melanie – Education, 2022
Research is mixed on the common patterns of substance use within a college student population after trauma. Data was collected from students from a mid-sized, Midwestern university. Respondents often reported the use of combinations of medications and drugs that could lead to dangerous effects. Alcohol use was predicted by the substance use…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Substance Abuse, Drug Use, Drug Therapy
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Sargent, Stephan; Moreland, Meagan; Been, Sherry – Education, 2022
Since the inception of new, rigorous standards in reading instruction across the nation, literacy pedagogy has become a focus of renewed interest. The use of newspapers as a supplementary, expository text must be examined in terms of new standards and trends in newspaper readership. This study found that teachers would like more information on…
Descriptors: Teachers, Newspapers, Reading Instruction, Supplementary Reading Materials
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Shaw, Alicia – Education, 2022
There are many studies that indicate the earlier children start to learn, the less likely they will be to repeat grades or commit crimes. The purpose of this information is to review research pertaining to preschool programs. The research will review positive and negative components of preschool programs and any correlations between early…
Descriptors: Preschool Education, Program Effectiveness, Academic Achievement, Educational Research
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Kim, Woo; Johnson, Brielle; Blue, Jennifer; Summerville, Amy; Johnson, Brian – Education, 2022
STEM students often struggle in their first-year fundamental courses. Negative psychological states after the first exam in those courses can serve as either a source of demotivation or motivation throughout the semester. We examined how self-efficacy altered the effect of regret about their first exam on course performance. Using a longitudinal…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Anxiety, Engineering Education, Introductory Courses
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Caldarella, Paul; Rajesh Lulla, Saanya – Education, 2022
High school is a time of changes in adolescents' physical, psychological, social, and sexual development, often resulting in stress and anxiety. Adolescents are particularly vulnerable to mental health problems. Yoga is an Indian discipline practiced globally for health and relaxation. School-based yoga programs are becoming increasingly common…
Descriptors: High School Students, Adolescents, Physical Activities, Mental Health
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Aponte, Luis – Education, 2022
Gun violence in schools has had a destructive ripple effect in many communities across the United States, invoking activism from both parents and the actual survivors of gun violence. By creating a new and comprehensive archival research database that analyzes 30 years of gun violence that has occurred on U.S. school properties, the current study…
Descriptors: Weapons, School Violence, Campuses, Laws
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Shaw, Alicia; Johnson-Leslie, Natalie; Leslie, Steve – Education, 2022
This study provides an empirical look at verbal abuses experienced by teachers from students in public schools. We often hear about abuse of students, bullying of students, teachers' roles to stop the incidences of bullying and anti-bullying programs designed to protect students from bullying. However, how often is the teacher the victim of…
Descriptors: Bullying, Teaching Conditions, Verbal Communication, Teacher Student Relationship
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