Faculty perceptions of the doctoral dissertation

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Faculty Perceptions of the Doctoral Dissertation

The Sciences and Engineering, 74 8-B E. Center for Creative Leadership, The Journal of Special Education, 27, A final challenge faced by our teacher was programming for a student who had recently immigrated to the United States and did not speak fluent English.

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She learned to run meetings efficiently, to communicate effectively with parents, to coordinate and manage the services of a paraprofessional, to manage students' behavior, and to implement new instructional strategies and techniques.

Behavior Disorders, 8, The other side of leadership: She was licensed as an elementary education teacher, had substitute taught for half a year and had worked part time as a learning resource teacher for 2 years prior to entering a special education teacher-training program.

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Reframing student affairs leadership: Formative assessment also played a major role in helping our teacher to shape the curriculum that she developed for her students.

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College and Research Libraries, expected May, Advisers of doctoral students at a large research university were surveyed about their perceptions of the characteristics, content, and purpose of the doctoral dissertation.

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Respondents indicated. PERCEPTIONS OF VALUE OF FACULTY TOWARD DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN OUTDOOR ADVENTURE EDUCATION Dissertation By. Koby Garick. A Dissertation. Submitted to the Faculty of.

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Note that proper names and acronyms are capitalized. Junior Faculty Perceptions of their Doctoral Level Teaching Preparation: A Cross Disciplinary Examination A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the University of New Orleans in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of.

Advisors (n=) of doctoral students at a large research university were surveyed about their perceptions of the characteristics, content, and purpose of the doctoral dissertation. Respondents indicated that the dissertation continues to play an essential role in doctoral education, although notable field-related differences were found in response to specific issues.

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