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Technology, Education, and Literacy- An Investigation into the Cyborgial Nature of Education in the 21st Century
In modern American high schools, technology has changed the way we view education and the teaching of literature. In this thesis, I do not seek to argue completely in support or against technology in education. Rather, ...
A Cerebellar Deficit in Dyslexia and How it Affects the Classroom
The cerebellar deficit hypothesis is one theory explaining developmental dyslexia. Reviewing the current literature, I explained the theory, identified some key components of dyslexia research that are agreed upon, and ...
Graduation rates, success and high school quality.
The efficacy of high school grades in retention modeling has been criticized as ineffective, owing to the diversity in both grading standards in high schools and competitiveness of high school curriculums. Informed by ...
Relationships between college knowledge and college-going beliefs of eighth grade students.
The present study examined the relationships of college knowledge and parent education level with these college-going beliefs: (a) self-efficacy, (b) outcome expectations, (c) likelihood both to go to and graduate from ...