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Paraprofessionals' Perceptions of Violence and Training: Investigating an Understudied Group
Paraprofessionals often work in a variety of roles directly with students with disabilities. Previous research on paraprofessionals has indicated that they are often undertrained for the jobs they are asked to perform. ...
Connection of Reading Motivation and Comprehension: Elementary Teachers' Beliefs and Perceptions
The purpose of the study is to interview elementary classroom teachers to determine to what extent they believe or perceive there is a connection between increased reading motivation and comprehension growth. The researcher ...
General Education Teachers' Attitudes Towards Inclusion
Knowing general education teachers attitudes towards inclusion is crucial to a successful inclusion program. Factors that influence positive and negative attitudes must be identified so changes can be made. This study ...
Role-Modeling Perceptions and Health Behavior Patterns of College Students in Health-Related Majors
Students seeking degrees in Health and Human Performance (HHP) at the University of Wisconsin-Superior (UWS) are provided a curriculum which focuses on health, fitness, and disease prevention. There is an expectation for ...
The Effects of Immediate Correctness Feedback on Student Learning, Understanding, and Achievement
There is a national push from many directions to improve student achievement in all STEM areas. A study done by Harvard University's Program on Education Policy and Governance (HuffPost, 2012) found that the United States ...