Content: Global student dissertations and literature reviews.
Purpose: Use for foundational research, to locate test instruments and data, and more.
Special Features: Search by advisor (chair), degree, degree level, or department. Includes a read-aloud feature
The ProQuest Dissertations & Theses database (PQDT) is the world's most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses. It is the database of record for graduate research, with over 2.3 million dissertations and theses included from around the world.
The purpose of the current study was to examine the roles of select intrapersonal and microsystem factors in high school adolescents’ academic achievement. Author: Meghan Elizabeth Fairless, Wayne State University.
Through a secondary data analysis of an efficacy study for the Second Step curriculum, the current study assesses the role of environmental factors and the impact of student-teacher racial mismatch in implementation. Author: Stephen A. Ottinger, University of Washington.
This action research study was designed to examine parents’ and teachers’ beliefs and understandings of social emotional learning, to what extent SEL practices are supported in the classroom and explore the home to school connection. Author: Elizabeth Azar, College of Saint Elizabeth.
The purpose of this study was to understand the role of school leaders in supporting teachers as they build relationships with and between students in the classroom. Author: Deborah Langlois, Boston College.
The researcher examined the perceptions of students, teachers, and the administrator at an urban elementary school in a district in the southwestern region of the United States that has made a long-term investment in social-emotional learning and restorative practices. Author: Sarah E. Motsinger, San Diego State University.
This study intended to examine the psychometric properties of a new instrument measuring school counselors' involvement with social-emotional learning (SEL) practices. Author: Bella A. Bikowsky, Seattle Pacific University.
The current study evaluated the impact of Inner Explorer on self-regulation skills and academic outcomes in 2nd-4th grade students and teachers in two Southern California elementary schools. Author: Matthew S. Goodman, Alliant International University.