MAEd Inquiry Presentations
Our Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) students are having a poster presentation, exhibiting their final inquiry reports to the community. This is a culmination of several quarters of hard work and research. Please join us to discuss their work and celebrate their accomplishments!
The students, and their presentations, are as follows:
Alicia Rogers Increasing Children’s Home Literacy and Changing Parent Perceptions Through a Family Reading Challenge in a Culturally-Diverse, High-Poverty Elementary School
Shawn Fields Enriching Communities by Connecting Generations
Nena Carpenter Self-Esteem, Cultural Knowledge, and Academic Achievement in African American Adolescent Girls: What is the Connection?
Jennifer L. Nelson Literary and Creative Writing Programs in Prisons: Modeling Healthy Communication and Developing Prosocial Skills
Sarah A. Green Gestational Diabetes Self-Management Workshop Curriculum Design
J. Elizabeth Sheriden From Uncle Sam to Mother Earth: Veterans’ Perceptions of Gardening, Farming, and Agricultural Education and Employment
Lauren Hadley Moving From Compliance to Meaningful Engagement: Authentic Employer Partnership Through Technical Advisory Committees
Amber Williams Montessori-Based Activities: Improving the Quality of Life in Dementia Patients
Shawn Welsh Improving Student Success in Math by Increasing Engagement with Technology
Dayna CodyKramers “Taking Pictures and Answering a Lot of Questions”: Exploring Learning Environments with Kindergartners as Co-Researchers
Jaime L. Fitch Providing feedback to medical educators using research based tools: cultivating active learning in medical education