The School of Education, through its commitment to Jesuit ideals, prepares learners to become educational leaders who improve and transform society. Through reflective practice emphasizing values and social responsibility, learners mindfully pursue the answer to the question, "How ought we to live and lead as educators?"

Regis University's School of Education strives to produce graduates and licensed teachers with the knowledge, skills and abilities to:

Demonstrate expertise in content and exhibit 21st century skills in professional practice
Make evidence-based educational decisions
Create effective learning environments
Demonstrate Jesuit values in professional practice

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Theses/Dissertations from 2006

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Teaching drama in the ESL classroom, Lisa A. Collins

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Handheld Technology: Impact On Student Learning, Patricia M. Corwin

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Aloha to Social Studies: an Integrated Curricular Unit, Olivia E. DeJana

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Total Physical Response Storytelling And The Teaching Of Grammar Rules In Second Language Instruction, Angela M. Dettenrieder

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Teacher's Perceptions of a Scientifically Based Reading Program Compared to an Optional Reading Program, Christine Donner

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Standards Based Integrated Mathematics Activities: a Resource Guide for Second Grade Teachers, Angela Doty

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An Investigation of Developmentally Appropriate Methods in Teaching Drawing, Mark Esguerra

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Application of Differentiation and Universal Design for Learning in the Second Grade Science Curriculum, Tami Wootton Flach

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The Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Learning in Secondary Classrooms, Holly Frank

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Strategies to Enhance Achievement for Boys, Susan Frick

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Teaching Students with Exceptionalities, Jacqueline M. Goodman

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Increasing the Social Connection Between Immigrant English Language Learners, School Staff, and Peers in the High School Setting, Gretchen Johnson Griffey

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Physical Fitness Levels in Girl's Sixth Grade Physical Education, Alicia R. Griffin

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Bridging the Literature Gap with Age-Appropriate Writing for Middle School Boys and their Teachers, Gary K. Hardy

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A Teacher'S Guide To Understanding Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (Adhd), Alaina L. Hollis

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A Novel Approach to Science, Nathan Horton

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Transition Programs for New High School Students, Carrie Jantz

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Teachers' Attitudes toward Inclusion in the Regular Classroom, Rebecca J. Kaisler

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Effectiveness of Supplemental Reading Activities with First Grade Intensive Readers, Natalie Nena Kaplan

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The Effects of Mastication On Memory and Recall in Elementary Students, Donnan J. Laskaris

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Revamping the Classroom: Improving the Education of Students with Disabilities, Kathryn M. Lynn

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Character Education Instruction Integrated Through Literature in Elementary Classrooms, Jamie Marshall

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Ways to Implement the Practices of the Met School Onto a Traditional Grade 3-5 Classroom, Melanie A. Molloy

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Balanced Teaching: The Role of Caring in Effective Teaching, Holly A. Nase

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From Chalk Boards to Smart Boards: Technology in the Classroom, Megan E. O'Malley

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Reading Recovery: a Parent Guide, Amy Parris

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An Investigation of Relationships Between Oral Reading Rate and Reading Comprehension, Karen F. Rimkus

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Retaining Nevada's High Risk Youth in High School, Pat Spadaro

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Differentiated Teacher Training for Differentiated Instruction, Kristi Steele

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Inclusion Models in Elementary Physical Education, Wendy Storm

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Motivational Techniques For At Risk Students In An Online Secondary Environment, Adria D. Trembly

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The Impact of Looping On Student Achievement On the Colorado Student Assessment Program, Steven C. Tucker

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A comparison of two teaching methodologies in a middle school algebra classroom, Kristina L. Tucky

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Parent-Teacher Communication: Best Practices for First-Year Teachers, Catherine Tuholski

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Effective Strategies for Instructing Online Courses, Brandi Nicole Van Horn

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Shaping Academic Success: Understanding the Interrelationship Between Intelligence Beliefs, Motivation, Learning, and Achievement, Susan Harris Warner

Theses/Dissertations from 2005

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The Importance of Fathers in the Promotion of Children's Literacy, Michael D. Barbera

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Culturally Responsive Teaching: a Resource Guide for Teachers, John S. Brockway

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Online Education: The Changing Face Of Higher Education, Patrick G. Moore