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Art as an Expressive Therapy for Adolescents
Nobody can imagine their life as full and beautiful without art. Art is beauty, play, creation, imagination, expression, inspiration and intuition. I believe that artists express their emotional world through creativity. ...
Lake Superior Basin Floristic Quality Assessment, Phase 1: Setting Condition Benchmarks
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-03)
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 ...
This supporting paper discusses how art is the vehicle that has led to a road of personal and artistic discovery. Experiences and concepts in narrative art are explored. Numerous past and recent histories of narrative ...
Realizing the American Dream: Parent Involvement and Racial Identity Development as It Correlates to Academic Achievement
Students of color in America are failing to meet state academic standards at historic rates. This issue has recently gained significant attention due to what is being referred to as the achievement gap. Based on the No ...
The Positive Effects of Art Therapy and Its Affect on the Brain
Art therapy involves most of ones, five sense. It involves, vision, touch, smell, and hearing. In addition it involves interactions with others and muscle movement. These things make art therapy very different from other ...
The McNair Scholars Journal, 2017
(University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017)
The McNair Program at the University of Wisconsin-Superior prepares income eligible, first generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in graduate education for doctoral study. It is a nationwide ...
Total Mercury Concentrations in Muscle Tissue from Walleye, Northern Pike, and Muskellunge Collected from Inland Lakes during Spring 2014
(Lake Superior Research Institute, 2014-10-31)