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A Comparative Study of Two Professional Development Models' Impact on Preschool Teachers' Classroom Practices
A convincing body of research supports the significant nature of high quality child care. Yet, the quality of child care programs across the United States vary greatly and can be considered mediocre at best (Belsky, ...
SIMULATION: PERCEPTIONS OF FIRST YEAR ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING STUDENTS
It was the purpose of this study to determine if there is a relationship between student satisfaction with high-fidelity-patient simulation experience and self-confidence in learning among student nurses. The population ...
The Effects of Single Gender Schools on Boys' Self-esteem and Academic Confidence
Boys are falling behind academically in many schools in the United States. Over that past thirty years, girls have surpassed males in academic achievement in all subject areas, including those traditionally thought of as ...