Students Present Capstone Projects for Master of Education in Art of Teaching

Four Master of Education, Art of Teaching students completed and presented their capstone projects to the Education Department:

Danielle Jackson, "Importance of Student Choice of Seating: Traditional Desks and Chairs and Flexible Seating Options," advised by Dr. Melissa Kamyab

Danielle Wolk, "The Impact of an Attendance Mentor Program on Chronically Absent, Second-Fifth Grade Students," advised by Dr. Melissa Kamyab

Victoria Lindenmuth, "How is Behavior and Teachers' Perceptions affected when Implementing Positive Reinforcement, Classroom Management Strategies Compared to Negative Reinforcement Classroom Management Strategies?," advised by Dr. Ivonne Miranda

Allison Pierson, "Early Learning Educators' Perspectives of Administrative Supports: Retaining High Quality Educators," advised by Dr. Ivonne Miranda

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