Content: Global student dissertations and literature reviews.
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Through this qualitative single case study, the researcher addressed the lack of training in classroom management for educators, especially for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. Author: Kristi R. Latimer, Northcentral University
The problem addressed in this qualitative case study was five common classroom management challenges (class sizes, different learning levels of students, personality clashes, student responsibility, and time constraints) experienced by high school teachers. Author: Javier Serrano, Northcentral University
This dissertation in practice outlines an action research project that was designed in order to solve the research question of: What is the impact of Capturing Kids’ Hearts on improving the classroom management of beginning teachers and district new-hires in a new elementary school setting? Author: Larry Peaden Jones, University of South Carolina
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to analyze faculty perceptions of a classroom management-training program and their experiences of teaching in the classroom before and after being trained. Author: Eva Hardrick, Northcentral University
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to gain a fuller understanding of the perceptions of first year teachers regarding the challenges of classroom management and what they perceive were barriers to implementing successful classroom management strategies, as well as, their perceptions about preservice education courses regarding classroom management. Author: Bruce A. Jacobson, Northcentral University
This dissertation examines the perceptions of higher education faculty members, preservice teachers, and cooperating teachers concerning preservice teacher preparation in classroom management. Author: Tiffany E. Rife Oman, Widener University
The purpose of this qualitative, phenomenological study was to explore the lived experiences of prekindergarten teachers concerning the effectiveness of behavior management techniques at a public school district in northeast Florida. Author: Mary Ann Kester, Northcentral University.
The purpose of this qualitative descriptive case study was to examine what classroom management strategies the first-year teacher lacks to facilitate a thriving student-centered learning environment. Author: Raina Fiallo, Northcentral University
The problem addressed in this study was the lack of understanding about whether one could use grit to predict instructional strategies, student engagement, and classroom management teacher self-efficacy. Author: Zachary J. Rozell, Grand Canyon University
The current study analyzed teachers' perceptions of classroom management, their perceptions of the degree to which students bully, and teacher perceptions of the degree to which teachers within a school protect students from bullying activity. Author: Jessica Rose Shackil, Caldwell University