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2005 M.Ed. Thesis Abstracts & Documents

Note: If you perform a search on Reeves Library Catalog by Author, entering "Moravian College Masters of Education," entries for all Master of Education thesis documents will be retrieved.

Bell, S. (2005). Applying Flow Theory to Sixth Grade Language Arts.

Conway-Ianacone, J. (2005). Student-directed learning in the sixth grade environmental science classroom.

Hausman, F. (2005). One approach to dance and drama in the middle school setting.

Kratzer, E. (2005). Effective homework strategies for a middle school English classroom.

Lanni, R. (2005). Modifying Current Literacy Curriculum: Exploring Strategies to Meet the Needs of Struggling First Grade Students

Mertz, P. (2005). The Effects of Reciprocal Teaching and Peer Tutoring an a Third Grade Classroom.

Scheihing, M. (2005). Challenging Students with Learning Disabilities: Creating Dialogue about Mathematical Word Problems Using a Schema-Based Strategy.

Swartz, D. (2005). Reflecting to Learn in a Secondary Writing Classroom.

Sziy, A. (2005). The Effect of Choice on Motivation and Ownership in the Social Studies Classroom.

Voth, S. (2005). The Effect of Historical Documents on Eleventh Grade History Students' Ability to Think Historically and to Think with Historical Empathy.

Wilburn, R. (2005). New Beginnings: Becoming a Math Specialist.

Wilhelm, M. (2005). The impact of participation in an e-pal program on learning and motivation in an eighth grade French classroom.