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A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study of School Administrators’ Participation in Personal Learning Networks and Privacy Issues
The purpose of this hermeneutic phenomenological study was to understand how school administrators made sense of their experience utilizing social networking tools to participate in personal learning networks (PLN) while ...
A Qualitative Study of Relationships between Middle Grade African American Males Who Are Underachieving and Their Teachers
This study explores the perceptions of underachieving African American male students about their schooling experiences and their relationships with teachers. Using narrative analysis, portraiture, and heuristic inquiry, ...
Invictus Minds: A Critical Heuristic Case Study of Giftedness in the African-American Male
The purpose of this critical heuristic case study was to explore the phenomenon of “giftedness” as experienced by African American males in K-12 public schools through the analysis of their schooling experiences. A ...