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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 ...
Smoke in a Bottle: Adolescent Literacies and Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies in an Urban Catholic High School
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
Increased standardization within adolescent literacy education leads to dehumanization of students who become a demographic label, statistic, or problem to fix (Blackburn, 2013; Freire, 1996; Gordon, 2009; Paris & Alim, ...
The Relationship Between In-Service Teachers’ Culturally Responsive Teaching Self-efficacy and Outcome Expectancy Beliefs, Instructional Practices (CLASS), and Student Outcomes in the Urban School Setting
Culturally responsive teaching self-efficacy and outcome expectancy beliefs have emerged as constructs to investigate pre-service teacher preparedness for teaching children who represent culturally, ethnically, economically, ...
Narrative Exploration of Teacher Experiences in Culturally Responsive Gifted Education
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
This narrative inquiry provides a contextualized understanding of teacher experiences complementing the extensive quantitative literature available regarding the underrepresentation of diverse students in gifted education ...
A Case Study of the Internationalization of a Midwestern University English Composition Course Occurring in a 3-D Virtual Environment
-focused activity, overcoming technological issues, and some indicators of cultural awareness. These findings add to the limited body of knowledge about the use of 3-D virtual environments as internationalization strategies for American universities...
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, ...