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Baseline Survey of Terrestrial Invasive Plants on County Forests of Northern Wisconsin
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-01)
What Words Cannot Say: The Power of Art and Play in Children?s Expression and Mental Health
Helping children foster therapeutic change requires tools that effectively address a child?s developmental needs. Through a review of child development theories and the neuroscience of brain development, it becomes clear ...
Experiences of Mothers with Invisible Illnesses
With research lacking in the area of mothers coping with invisible, chronic illnesses, this research explored the obstacles that mothers may face with an invisible illness, and how this may affect the everyday lives of ...
Technology Coaching and Integration: Teachers' Perceptions of Successful Strategies
Technology advancements have provided endless methods in approaching the way teachers present content, design class activities, and assess student learning. In an effort to integrate these new methods to both engage students ...
What Causes Special Educators to Become Burned Out?
This research study was designed to determine that causes that lead burn out amongst special education teachers. The study was a study that was compared to a study done in 1987. The researcher administered a survey to ...
The Impact of Video Surveillance in a Select Tribal School
Providing for the physical and emotional safety and welfare of children is the highest priority for schools across the country. Districts and administrators face a variety of challenges in developing and implementing ...
A Comparative Study of Folklore from Chinese Culture and Western Cultures
Folklore, a genre of children's literature, is always considered as one of the most mysterious and interesting genres. Folklore is defined as stories that originated orally and have no authors. Given these qualities, ...
Art Therapy and Other Creative Modalities Used for Children/Adolescents Suffering from Grief
Art therapy and other creative modalities have been proven to promote healing for children and adolescents suffering from the effects of grief and loss, as well as providing a vital communications tool that does not ...
Fish Passage Culvert Assessment in the St. Louis River Area of Concern in Wisconsin
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2017-09-27)
Using Universal Reading Achievement Data to Study the Effects of a Summer School Reading Program with Elementary Students in a Northern Wisconsin School District
Summer slide in reading creates a substantial, cumulative gap over the school years. Attendance at summer school is an intervention that can help prevent students from summer slide in reading. It was hypothesized that ...