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Academic libraries at the center of instructional change: Faculty and librarian experience of library leadership in the transformation of teaching and learning
Is the classroom a haven? The effects of students' exposure to violence on teacher practice
Making the connection to K--12 education for noncollege-bound students: The voices of students and workers address school experiences and workforce preparation
Factors that contribute to the effectiveness of online learning technology at Oregon State University
Teaching mathematics for understanding: Intentions and practices of an expert middle school mathematics teacher in the context of a reformed-based curriculum
Student views on science and the scientific process: Studying changes made in a redesigned non-major introductory science course
The effect of teacher training on movement implementation in elementary classrooms
Modernizing school communication systems: Using text messaging to improve student academic performance
John Archibald Wheeler: A study of mentoring in modern physics
A perceived risk curriculum for at-risk learners
At what level has standards-based education reform initiatives influenced Oregon high school history instruction and classroom practices?
The Involvement of Career and Technical Education Advisory Committees in Modularizing Curriculum
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