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Resiliency: Factors Effecting Academic Achievement of At Risk Fifth Grade Girls Living In Poverty
In this study, the researcher explored the perceptions of academically successful at risk fifth grade girls living in poverty regarding risk factors present in their everyday lives. Also, the researcher explored the various ...
The influence of leadership development programs on the job-related self-efficacy of first year assistant principals
The purpose of this mixed methods study was to consider the influence of participating in a Leadership Development Program (LDP) on the job-related self-efficacy of first-year assistant principals. By conducting this ...
The influence of information and communication technology implementation on teacher technological self-efficacy, technology proficiency, frequency perceptions, classroom practices, and student's classroom interactions
The study compared the differences between pre- and post-teacher technological self-efficacy, technology proficiency, frequency of use, perceptions, classroom practices, and student interactions when information and ...
Student achievement using project-based learning one-to-one technology in eighth grade mathematics and science
School districts throughout the nation spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on one-to-one technology for students in hopes of increasing academic achievement. This study examined student achievement, via project-based ...
Factors affecting early adoption of technology
The study examined preservice teachers’ personal use of technology, self-efficacy with technology, attitude about technology, perceived usefulness of technology, and knowledge and skills with technology related to early ...