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A qualitative case study deconstructing teachers' decisions in the pre-active stage of teaching to illuminate considerations made for teaching 21st-century skills and knowledge
had a more detrimental impact on teachers’ ability and willingness to implement 21st-century skills and knowledge into lessons, especially when the curriculum did not intentionally include 21st century skills and themes. These findings may guide...
A Narratological Heuristic Case Study of Teachers Teaching in a Blended Learning Classroom Environment
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
The purpose of this narratological heuristic multiple case study is to describe the specific components that teachers need in both their knowledge and skills to meet the individual needs of their students in a blended ...
Performance-Based Pay: Perceptions of Elementary Teachers of the Pandora School District
In the last decade, there has been a resurgence in the support of using teacher pay to influence the outcome of student achievement on state tests. Current research about the effectiveness of these performance-based pay ...
The unexplored achievement gap: A phenomenological study of the experiences of teachers of elementary school students with attentiondeficit/hyperacitvity disorder
Diagnosis and treatment of students with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is increasing at a rapid rate. There are a number of problems associated with ADHD that students may face, including academic ...