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M.Ed. Thesis Abstracts & Documents

Welcome to the Moravian College Education Department’s teacher action research collection. More than 175 K-12 teachers to date have researched their professional practice and documented the ways in which they have worked to increase student engagement and achievement within their respective classrooms as part of their requirement to earn the Master of Education degree. The complete collection of abstracts and studies in pdf format from 2003 to the present may be perused and downloaded from this site or you may examine the collection, using the search features of the Reeves Library MOSYS catalog by clicking here.



Chabot, Sandra (2013). Implementing Parental Communication and Involvement Strategies in a Secondary Classroom.
 
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Fischer, Felicia (2013). Helping Primary Age Struggling Readers Find Success to Improve Reading
 
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Lesh, Mark(2013). Why Morals Buzz in Our Classroom: Discussing and Analyzing Fables, Folktales, and Fairy Tales
 
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Sumpter, Deirdre (2013). Using Anime in a Japanese 3 Classroom to Increase Motivation and to Improve Cultural Knowledge
 
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Vogel, Megan (2013). The Fluency Puzzle: Effectively Putting the Pieces Together to Create Successful Readers
 
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Walp, David (2013). Reflective Writing in a High-Ability Middle School Social Studies Classroom
 
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