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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 ...
Maintaining the Segregated City?: Exploring the College Planning Experiences of Kansas City’s Urban Students of Color and the Implications on Their Access to Higher Education
This dissertation examined the role of school-based college planning guidance services in the college trajectories of central city students of color. It is projected that by 2018, most jobs will require some postsecondary ...
Carrying their second backpack: understanding the lived experiences of teachers working with trauma-affected students during the Covid-19 pandemic
of traumatic events on children, little focus has been placed on supporting the educators who work with trauma-affected students. The purpose of the study was to examine the lived experiences of seven teachers in an urban school who self-reported as working...
Shame shapeshifters masking as disengagement: a grounded theory study examining academic achievement-related emotions in high school
Each student brings their past experiences, current working identity, and cultural perspectives with them into the learning environment, which is a highly charged emotionally reciprocating space where information is being exchanged. Disengagement...
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
The purpose of this heuristic case study was to develop a deeper understanding of how middle-level teachers in one Midwestern middle school account for teaching 21st-century skills and knowledge, within the context of a ...