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COMPLEX CHILDHOOD TRAUMA AND SCHOOL RESPONSES: A CASE STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
COMPLEX CHILDHOOD TRAUMA AND SCHOOL RESPONSES: A CASE STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Abstract by Terrie A. VanderWegen, Ed.D. Washington State University July 2013 Chair: ...
Bio-energy in Education
This flier summarizes educational offerings related to bio-energy in the Pacific Northwest.
Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance: Creating Lasting Impacts for Our Future
This graphic summarizes NARA's commitment to education via publications, conferences, mailings, new stories, blog posts, classes, and more.
Facilitating Difficult Knowledge in the Classroom: Intimate Transgressive Pedagogy from a Psychoanalytic Poststructural Feminist Framework
This dissertation seeks to address the facilitation of difficult knowledges in the classroom. I employ constructs of poststructural feminism to critique rationalist-only frameworks that limit the forms of knowledge that ...
Teaching with reverence: reviving an ancient virtue for today's schools
Reverence is a forgotten and misunderstood but practical virtue that should be revived in teaching and learning in today's classrooms. Here's how!
NARA Energy Literacy Matrix
This fact sheet summarizes the NARA Energy Literacy Matrix, a web-based resource developed by the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance to effectively organize materials to be used by science teachers and the general public.
TRUST: TEACHERS' SELF-REPORTED PERCEPTIONS IN WASHINGTON STATE
Abstract By Lois A. Davies, Ed. D. Washington State University May 2011 Chair: Paul Goldman Trust and trusting relationships appear to be critical resources for schools helping their students to overcome the disadvantages ...
EDUCATION, RACISM, AND THE MILITARY: A CRITICAL RACE THEORY ANALYSIS OF THE GI BILL AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS
This study examined the impact of the Serviceman's Readjustment Act of 1944 (the GI Bill) on African Americans' quest for higher education. The central question guiding this study follows: Why has higher education been so ...
The Relationship of Flow Experience, Need Satisfaction, Perceptual Learning Style Preferences, and EFL Self-Efficacy to EFL Online Learner Satisfaction
To respond to market demand, many universities in Taiwan offer online English courses. The literature indicates that students' satisfaction with online learning is a predictor of course dropout rate and intention to enroll ...