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The Effect of Behavioral Preventions and Interventions on Disruptive Behaviors in a First Grade Classroom
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of The Good Behavior Game on the frequency of disruptive behaviors that were exhibited in a classroom setting. This study utilized a quasi-experimental design with ...
Donnybrook Fair 1920
(Goucher College, 1920)
Arts Currency: A Long-Term Funding Tool for the US Nonprofit Arts Sector
In a survey of nonprofit organizations, forty-seven percent of arts and cultural respondents report "achieving long-term financial stability" as their organizations’ greatest challenge (Nonprofit Finance Fund). Capitalization ...
The Impact of Using Visualization with Third Grade Students Solving Multiplication Word Problems
The purpose of this study was to determine whether improving reading skills, specifically through visualization, impacts the success of third grade students solving mathematical multiplication word problems. The participants ...
The Association of Parental Involvement and Youth Athletes’ Self-Esteem
The purpose of this study was to determine whether there was a connection between parental involvement and youth athletes’ self-esteem in a youth boys’ soccer team. The study used a descriptive design where 13 parents ...
The Impact of Computer-Based Instructional Approaches on Sixth-Grade Students’ Achievement in Social Studies
The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of computer-based instruction on sixth-grade social studies achievement as compared to traditional, nontechnology-based instruction. The measurement tools were unit ...
Restorative Arts: How Local Arts Agencies Can Facilitate the Arts in Juvenile Justice Settings
The prison populations in the United States increased significantly in recent decades. The same low-tolerance policies, adopted in school systems, created a school-to-prison pipeline where juveniles enter the justice system ...
Donnybrook Fair 1955
(Goucher College, 1955)
The Effect of Participation in Active Learning Strategies on the Mathematics Fact Fluency Achievement of First grade Students
The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of active learning strategies on mathematics fact fluency achievement of at risk first graders in a Title I school in Anne Arundel County. The participants included ...
Bulletin of Goucher College, Catalogue for 1967-1968
(Goucher College, 1967)