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Local decision making: the relationship between federal educational legislation and educational practices
The purpose of this heuristic, social constructivist, phenomenological study was to understand the perceptions of teachers, school administrators and state legislators on the relationship between federal legislation, ...
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 ...
Women's aspirations for the high school principalship: a heuristic phenomenological inquiry
In the United States the teaching profession is primarily comprised of female teachers. However, men continually hold a disproportionality large percentage of the high school principalships. This qualitative study explores ...
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 ...
A Narrative Study of The Perceptions Of Education for Globalization Held by Teachers in the Urban Core
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
The purpose of this social constructivist narrative study is to understand the thoughts, perceptions and experiences of urban K-8 educational professionals regarding education for globalization. The goal of this study ...