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Design to Experience
The proposed design for the Amazon Rainforest Education Headquarters is to perform as a working part of the mission to save the forest. The Amazon rainforest is the single greatest carbon sink we have to offset CO2 emissions ...
INVESTIGATING ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER IDENTITY TRAJECTORIES AT MID-CAREER
Abstract by David Ray Martin, Ph.D. Washington State University May 2017 Chair: Thomas Salsbury One of the biggest concerns educational institutions face is helping teachers fit into and adjust to the dynamics of the ...
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY ON WRITING SUPPORT FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS
Writing support for graduate students is one of the top concerns in the field of graduate writing education and research. The need of graduate writing support through communal writing practice opportunities has not been ...
Exploring Fanfiction for Arab English Language Learners
The purpose of this study was to explore opportunities for Arab language learners within a fanfiction writing community. This study is important because there are not much research studies that explored fanfiction and none ...
Bubble removal from water with superhydrophobic capillary channels and Thermal boundary layer visualization experiments for engineering education
Gas-liquid phase separation under microgravity conditions or in small-scale fluidic systems represents a challenge for two-phase liquid-continuous systems. In this study, capillary channels formed by 3-mm diameter stretched ...
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!
Armenians' dual identity in Jordan.
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2009-08)
William Saroyan, a famous American Armenian writer states, “For when two of them meet anywhere in the world, see if they will not create a New Armenia” (video, google.co.uk, 2009). This quote assures that there exist ...
EDUCATION AND DEPRESSION: A LIFE COURSE INVESTIGATION OF THE SENSE OF CONTROL MEDIATOR
This dissertation consists of three empirical studies that comprise a life course investigation of sense of control as a mediator linking education and mental health. These studies draw on data from the Youth Development ...
ARMED WITH MORE THAN KNOWLEDGE: AN AUTOETHNOGRAPHIC EXPLORATION OF GUN CULTURE
The purpose of this dissertation is to explore the author’s experiences with campus concealed carry and gun culture. The author employs methods of autoethnography to highlight the ways in which her lived experiences interact ...