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Subject: Teachers Subject: Child Maltreatment Subject: Grounded Theory Subject: Mandatory Reporting Item type: Thesis Collections: Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of Collections: Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of/Theses and Dissertations Supervisors: Daniels, Lia (Educational Psychology)
Teachers’ Perspectives on Motivational Practices in Classrooms: An Exploratory Sequential Mixed Methods DesignDownload
Motivation theory suggests several different approaches to best motivating students, established through rigorous empirical research. However, a theory-practice divide persists: teachers report feeling underprepared to motivate their students and researchers fail to make their recommendations...
The Process of Reporting Suspicions of Child Maltreatment for Teachers: A Grounded Theory StudyDownload
Child maltreatment is widely considered a major public health and societal concern affecting numerous children worldwide (Burczycka & Conroy, 2018; Cyr, Michel, & Dumais, 2013; UNICEF, 2006). Due to their proximity to children, teachers have a legal responsibility to report their suspicions of...
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