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Mobility Strategies and Academic Success within Military Families
The purpose of this narratalogical case study was to investigate the strategies military families utilize to contribute to the academic performance of highly mobile military connected students. The unit of analysis was ...
The use of Self as a tool for culturally responsive change agency in social work practice: a qualitative phenomenological case study
(University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2016)
Many social service and healthcare professionals are often challenged in engaging in culturally appropriate practice, particularly when working with diverse populations that differ from their own (Rothman, 2008; Sue, ...
Cooperating Music Teachers’ Opinions Regarding the Importance of Selected Traits as Predictors of Successful Student Teaching Experiences
The purpose of the study was to determine the perceptions of cooperating mentor teachers regarding the importance of certain teacher traits as predictors of a successful student teaching experience. The data collection ...
A Narrative Inquiry and Self–Study of Practice Investigation into Experiences with Older Adults and Aging via an Online College–Level Gerontology Course
The population of older adults in the United States is increasing to new heights. Society members trained in gerontological education, health care of elders, and service providers for older adults will be needed in the ...