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Shoelaces, Sharks, and Snap Peas: The Impact of Intentional Teaching Strategies on Student Achievement
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|Title:||Shoelaces, Sharks, and Snap Peas: The Impact of Intentional Teaching Strategies on Student Achievement|
|Contributors:||Iijima, Jane Dickson (advisor)|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||The classroom environment is one of the most important factors relating to student
achievement. The purpose of this work was to examine the important role that the environment
played in the education and development of elementary aged children. My goal wa
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