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    • Analysis of the music education philosophy of Carl Orff 

      Jorgenson, Lisa (2010-12-15)
      This literature review focuses on the music education philosophy developed by Carl Orff called Orff Schulwerk. Orff Schulwerk is a child-centered approach to learning music through hands-on techniques, centered on children's ...
    • Disruptive behaviors in healthcare -- implications for patients 

      Lenz, Lynn (2009-10-09)
      Disruptive behavior among healthcare workers can have a significant and detrimental effect on the provision of safe and effective patient care. The causes of disruptive behavior are complex but disruptive behavior can occur ...
    • How no child left behind and high stakes testing impact student achievement 

      Smith, Steven (2010-08-17)
      Enacted in 2001, the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law created a dramatic change on the landscape of educational expectations and teaching methods for the 21st century. The background for NCLB began with concerns stemming ...
    • Least restrictive environment for students with disabilities 

      Kulig, Tanya (2009-12-22)
      When assisting young people with disabilities, a collaborative approach involving student, parents, educators, and local and state service agencies is required in the development of services and supports. The educational ...