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Middle School Teachers’ Perceptions of Administrator Influence on Teaching and Learning
The purpose of this symbolic interaction study was to develop a thick rich description of middle school teachers’ perspectives of the characteristics of administrators that have an impact on teaching and learning. Specifically ...
Gender Perceptions: A Narratological, Social Constructivist, Case Study of the Literacy Experiences of Urban African American Male Elementary Students
The purpose of this critical, narratological, social constructivist case study was to explore the literacy experiences of African American males and their relationships to masculinity in a third grade public school ...
Teacher perceptions of principal leadership behaviors and morale : A descriptive case study
There are several reasons why teachers are reported to have low morale. Many teachers who are choosing to leave the profession altogether cite stress related to increased demands on time, low pay, student discipline ...
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 ...
Exploring Meanings of Professional Development: Teacher Perspectives
The purpose of this qualitative phenomenological study was to describe the perceptions of elementary teachers about professional development experiences in a Catholic diocese in the Midwest. Professional development in ...