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1 Simmons, James BrentEffects on school work productivity among emotionally disturbed boys : with the removal of a level system from a token economyThis study investigated the effects on learning achievement in reading, English, and mathematics among individuals enrolled in a day school for emotionally disturbed boys that was part of a children's psychiatric center of a children's hospital when a level system was removed from a token economy. T...Children with mental disabilities -- Education1976
2 Bateman, Richard A.The history of the Utah State School Boards Association and its function in Utah educationIn the early days of school board membership when the community and school district were small and comparatively isolated, the problems of the local school board were less complex and extensive. However, with the rapid growth of school enrollment and the tendency for interest in the schools to becom...Utah. State School Boards Association; School boards Education -- Utah1950
3 Liebroder, Barbara ThomasEvaluation of an elementary guidance programIn 1973, the Granite School District began an elementary guidance program which included the addition of full-tirrie counselors in three elementary schools. This program was intended to be developmental in nature and was supported by funds appropriated by the Utah State Legislature specifically for ...Granite School District (Utah) Counseling in elementary education -- Utah -- Salt Lake Cit1976
4 Mangum, Claud DarwinThe relationship between high school academic achievement and future life satisfactionThe specific purpose of this research study was to investigate the relationship between high school academic achievement and future total life satisfaction. A second purpose was to investigate the relationship between IQ and future total life satisfaction. A third purpose was to investigate the rela...Academic achievement; Satisfaction1976
5 Shults, Elsie S.A comparison of the performance of Ute Indian and White children on verbal and non-verbal testsAs the American Indian has been crowded out of the thousands of acres required by his primitive methods of wresting a living from the earth, 1 t has gradually become apparent even to the Indian that he must adapt to the white man's culture or be gradually extinguished. Trends of the last several dec...Ute Children - Intelligence testing; Children - Intelligence testing1960
6 Meads, Rachel GeeSecrete/d Pedagogies: Body Languaging and the Navigation of Traumatizing and Traumatized Space in the First-Year Composition ClassroomSecrete/d Pedagogy: Body Languaging and the Navigation of Traumatizing and Traumatized Space in the First-Year Composition Classroom, is an interdisciplinary exploration into the multimodal, multisensory phenomenon of languaging in and for schools. Beginning with an exploration into the forces that ...Rhetoric2018
7 Pflieger, Courtney L.Video Self-modeling with Elementary School Students Displaying Behavioral Engagement Deficits Due to Acquired Brain InjuryThe term "Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)" encompasses a wide range of noncongenital injuries, including stroke, brain surgery, and encephalitis, with traumatic brain injury (TBI) being most prominent in the research. TBI has been called a "silent epidemic," with an estimated 1.7 million new TBIs occurr...Educational psychology; Elementary education; Experimental psychology; Educational evaluation; Behavioral psychology2018
8 Mandel, KayThe predictive validity of on-the-job performance of policemen from recruitment selection informationIntercorrelations between 121 predictors and 29 job related criteria obtained from 114 Salt Lake City policemen were analyzed in order to determine the extent to which the predictors could account for the policemen's job performance. Predictor data consisted of 108 biographical items and 13 scales p...Police; Recruitin1970
9 Martinez, Steven SandovalAn evaluation of various admissions procedures and the 1970 Ford Foundation Program in relation to the Mexican American and the American Indian student at the University of UtahA crisis for colleges and universities in America today is that of meeting the educational needs of various ethnic minorities. The University of Utah has recognized the need to implement educational programs and to reassess admissions procedures in regard to minority students. In the summer of 1970,...University of Utah -- Students Ford Foundation Mexican Americans -- Education Indians of North America -- Education1971
10 Moore, Harvey D.The study of adult education in Carbon CountyAdult education, in the United States, has become closely associated with vocational education. State and federal monies have only been made available for adult education in times of a national emergency or through vocational acts. The first monies to be made available for adult academic improvement...Carbon School District (Utah) Adult education -- Utah -- Carbon County1970
11 Andersen, Barbara EricksonAn evaluative study - teaching three and four-year olds in a structured education program : by Barbara Erickson Andersen.This study was designed to determine at what age children should be taught academic material formally, in a structured school program and to give Granite School District the information on which it can confidently base future decisions about early childhood and kindergarten programs in advance of th...Granite School District (Utah) Education; Preschool1971
12 Wilson, Tonia J.Predicting the ACT Reading Test Score and Why It Matters2017
13 Springer, Sheree Elizabeth GrantCall in the Ref: The Impact of an Interest-Regulating Strategy on the Reading of Uninteresting TextsThe purpose of this quasi-experimental study was to determine the effectiveness of an instructional intervention designed to help high school students learn to regulate their interest when reading uninteresting texts. An intervention was developed utilizing current research on motivation and interes...Secondary education; Reading instruction2017
14 Raty, Lawrence K.The Army ROTC instructor at the University of Utah.Recent controversy en the nation's college campuses has focused the attention of the American people on the Reserve Officers Training Program and the role it plays in providing commissioned officers for the armed forces of the United States. Caught up in the midst of this controversy is the AROTC In...United States. Army. Reserve Officers' Training Corps1970
15 Reid, Leslie WayneA history of the education of the Ute Indians, 1847-1905.The purpose of this study is to record the events in the development of Ute Indian education in Utah between the years 1847 and 1905. What the Mormon Church and the federal government contributed in this respect through educational contributions at different times especially between the years 1847 a...Ute Indians; Education1972
16 Ebert, Carl EugeneAn historical review of the rehabilitation program in UtahThe purpose of the study was to present a history of the rehabilitation program in Utah. It covers the national law that authorized federal-state participation in rehabilitation along with national laws modifying the program. The State Acceptance Act along with amendments is included. The study cont...1975
17 Gappa, Joseph A.Army ROTC and coping with change : a methodologyThe purpose of this study was to develop and test a statistical methodology for comparing 52 variables derived from identified problem areas in contemporary Army ROTC programs. An analysis of variance was the first major step in this methodology and served the purpose of comparing successful to subs...United States; Army; Reserve Officers' Training Corps1976
18 Erickson, Joseph GlenThe life and educational contributions of Dr. George ThomasDr. George Thomas had a long career as an educator in Utah. During his life he occupied several very important educational positions. His most important position, which he held for twenty years, was that of president of the University of Utah. The importance of this position was brought out very wel...Thomas, George, 1866-19511954
19 Stevens, Ashley LynnMaternal Gesture Use in Toddlers with Language Delay: Relationship to Language Development and Autism Spectrum Disorder RiskPrior to the onset of spoken words, infants acquire gestures through early social interactions with their parents. Research on typically developing children has demonstrated an important relationship between maternal gesture use and child gesture and language development. Specifically, the variety a...Communication; Developmental psychology2017
20 Roderick-Landward, Amber MarieWhat Makes Feedback Actionable? An Exploratory Case Study of the Influence Principals Have on TeachersUsing an embedded, single-case study design, the current study examined factors that make a teacher more likely to act upon feedback given about instruction. Specifically, the study explored the nature of the feedback process used to provide teachers with feedback about instruction, a principal's ab...Educational leadership; Educational administration2017
21 Allen, Dania LisetteThe Effects of a Bullying Prevention Program on Bullying Expression and Overall School ClimateThe purpose of this study was to determine whether a bullying prevention program would decrease student reports of victimization, perpetrating of bullying acts, and witnessing bullying behavior, as well as increase student-reported feelings of safety. Teacher reports of school climate and witnessing...2017
22 Robyak, James EdwardRelationships among personality type, classroom structure and performance in a study skills courseThe purpose of this study was to examine the differences in the study skills scores, satisfaction scores and GPAs of students who were (1) classified as either Judgers or Perceivers according to their scores on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (METI) , and (2) enrolled in study skills classes in whic...1976
23 Cummings, Margarita BorelliRethinking teacher preparation: Conceptualizing skills and knowledge of novice teachers of secondary mathematicsThis dissertation examines the extent to which novice secondary mathematics teachers (licensed and currently teaching in Utah) perceive they are prepared to do the work of teaching secondary mathematics. It first examined if novice secondary mathematics teachers' perceptions of their knowledge and s...Mathematics education; Teacher education; Secondary education2010
24 Goldman, Sarah JillLate referral for autism assessement: an investigation of adolescents and young adults admitted to a psychiatric hospitalThis study explored the characteristics of adolescents and young adults referred for testing to rule out Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) while admitted to a psychiatric hospital for inpatient or day treatment between 2012 and 2017. Data regarding social-developmental, psychiatric, and ASD-symptom var...Psychology; Clinical psychology2017
25 Miller, Jenna M.Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Tootling Intervention in the Preschool SettingTootling is a peer-mediated interdependent group contingent positive behavioral intervention that research has proven to be effective in reducing disruptive behavior and increasing prosocial behavior. The current research wanted to examine if the tootling intervention could be adapted for a preschoo...Early childhood education; Educational psychology2017
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