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Four Mennonite Pioneers: Case Studies of the Ordination of Mennonite Women
I enjoy researching even more than I enjoy writing. Making discoveries and finding all the pieces that complete a picture of a particular topic or event is very satisfying. Pieces for this project were challenging to locate. ...
The Effects of the Lindamood Bell Phoneme Sequencing Program on Bilingual and Premature Preschool Students with Speech Delays
A speech delay occurs when the speech process is acquired at a slower rate than typical and can delay learning to read. This quasi-experimental study observed how the intervention of Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing Program ...
American Beer: Community, Tradition and Culture
American Beer: Community, Tradition and Culture is an exhibition about people, constructed with two eras in mind, the pre-craft beer era (approximately 1800-1980) and the craft beer to present era (approximately 1980-2017). ...
The Effects of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Initiative In Elementary Schools
This study was to examine the impact of the Positive Behavior in Schools (PBIS) model on the number of referrals and placements of behaviorally challenged students within their own school, after teachers were trained in ...
The Woman's College of Baltimore, Catalogue for 1898-1899
(Goucher College, 1898)
The Effects of Self-Monitoring on On-Task Behavior in ADHD Students
This study explores the effects of self-monitoring on on-task behavior on a group of 7th grade students diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This study followed a pre-experimental design. ...
Donnybrook Fair 1977
(Goucher College, 1977)
Early Reading Intervention Word Families as a Strategy to Improve Decoding
The purpose of this study was to determine whether small group instruction on phonograms would positively affect the decoding skills of first graders who were identified as at-risk readers. The measurement tool was the ...
Bulletin of Goucher College, Catalogue for 1965-1966
(Goucher College, 1965)
Why We Feel Powerless? How Income, Education and Race Influence Political Alienation within the United States
This piece of work was a research project for the methods course in sociology. We were given the opportunity to research any topic of interest using the General Social Survey, a national survey administered to about 1,200 ...