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Comparing the use of humor to other coping mechanisms in relation to Maslach's theory of burnout
An exploration of the relationships between elementary principals', mentors', and novice teachers' beliefs and practices in a teacher induction program
Relationships among principals' beliefs about data-driven decision making, principal and school characteristics, and student achievement in elementary schools
Recognizing, differentiating, and referring students with absence seizures: What factors affect preservice teachers' decision making?
Inquiry-oriented school improvement: Enhancing learning through new roles, relationships, and praxis in a professional development school
From a distance: Supporting beginning alternatively certified urban teachers via ementoring
An ethnographic study of literacy practices among a Florida Mexican immigrant family and their children's elementary teachers
Intertextual connections: The impact of interactive read alouds on the writing of third graders during writing workshop
Perceptions of teaching and learning to teach English language learners in elementary classrooms
Identification with academics: The early school experiences of six African American boys
Becoming writers: Boy-writers in a fourth grade
A study of geometry content knowledge of elementary preservice teachers: The case of quadrilaterals
The impact of a professional development unit on the program evaluation skills of in-service school counselors
Academic achievement and traumatic stress among primary school students
The impact of exposure and explicit instruction on second graders' reading comprehension and recall of informational texts
The impact of school choice on student reading achievement in the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) era
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