Research Roundtable Presented By ED 506

Monday, December 9, 2013
2 - 3:30 p.m.
LeChase Hall, Room 103

Doctoral students from departments across the Warner School will be presenting the research projects they proposed as their culminating assignment from their fall 2013 ED 506: Concepts and Issues in Social Science Research, taught by Nancy Ares, associate professor.

Refreshments will be served. All are welcome.

Project titles include:

  • Why is Anorexia Nervosa Increasing in non-Western countries?
  • Understanding Adverse Life Events as they Mitigate Resilience Factors in Adolescent, Non-sick Siblings of Chronically Ill Children: A Research Proposal
  • Children's Reading and Writing Skills from the Teacher’s Perspective
  • Montessori Education Theory and Practice: The Impact on Primary
  • Uncovering the relationship:  Teacher effectiveness, professional development and student achievement
  • Storying Success in STEM: Lessons From Women
  • A phenomenological study of the concept of pedophilia from the perspective of self-identified pedophiles
  • Is co-dependency an adaptive strategy? Perspectives of women who self-identify as co-dependent
  • Using Tribal Critical Race Theory to Study Persistence among Native American College Students 




Tags: Nancy Ares, Student Research



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