Poster Session

Research Proposal Poster Session
ED 506 Concepts and Issues in Social Science Research
December 13, 2006 from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.
Hawkins-Carlson Room
Rush Rhees Library

Students in ED 506, Concepts and Issues in Social Science Research, and their instructors, Nancy Ares and Kevin O’Connor, invite you to their end-of-semester research proposal presentations.

A variety of research topics and designs are featured:

  • Links between literacy and language development in kindergarten
  • Functional Family Therapy and reductions in high school truancy
  • Relations between bonding and limit-setting at home and at school
  • Varied stakeholders’ views of school discipline in a challenging school
  • Using clients’ healthy, less dominant stories in narrative therapy
  • Access to incidental learning among deaf young adults
  • The effects of timing of orientation program on college student retention
  • The relation of students’ technological funds of knowledge to their strategies for science learning
  • Processes involved in multicultural identity formation
  • Instructional strategies of successful mathematics teachers in urban settings
  • Teachers’ effective use of data to support student learning

All faculty, staff, students, and alumni are welcomed and encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served

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