Dissertation Presentations for The Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership

Thursday, July 25, 2013, 5–7 p.m.

Posted by: School of Education

The Department of Doctoral Studies in Education in the School of Education invites you to attend the Dissertation Presentations for the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership.

Presenter: Tina Costantino-Lane

Dissertation Title: Kindergarten Teachers’ Perceptions Of The Relationship Between Oral Language And Reading Achievement Of Kindergarten Students And The Impact Of State Standards And Educational Policy

Committee:
Patricia J. Bonner, Ph.D.
Hae-Seong Park, Ph.D.
Beverly H. Stanford, Ph.D.


Presenter: Tanya Fisher

Dissertation Title: The Impact Of Multiple Intelligence Theory On Teacher Perception Of Giftedness And The Referral Of African American Students To Gifted And Talented Education Programs

Committee:
Jenny Y.P. Yau, Ed.D.
Hae-Seong Park, Ph.D.
Pamela M. Christian, Ph.D.


Presenter: Pamela Maddox

Dissertation Title: A Comparative Study Of English Language Arts Content Standards Test Scores In California For Online And Traditional Public High School Students

Committee:
Pamela M. Christian, Ph.D.
Hae-Seong Park, Ph.D.
Daniel R. Lawson, Ph.D.


Presenter: Constance C. Petit

Dissertation Title: The Usage Of Homebound Instruction: Training, Preparation, and Perceptions Of Service Providers

Committee:
Christopher J. Quinn, Ed.D.
Hae-Seong Park, Ph.D.
Philip P. Patterson, Ph.D.


Presenter: Timothy Steele

Dissertation Title: Upper Elementary School Teachers’ Voices Concerning Positive Behavior Support Plans

Committee:
Christopher J. Quinn, Ed.D.
Jenny Y.P. Yau, Ed.D.
Pamela M. Christian, Ph.D.

Location:

Richard and Vivian Felix Event Center, VIP Room, West Campus
Azusa Pacific University
701 E. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, CA 91702

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School of Education
(626) 815-5374