About the Graduate Research Exchange
The following individuals have been accepted to present at the Graduate Research Exchange in Dallas on October 6th.
Presenter University Title of Presentation Clarence Williams Texas A&M-Commerce Middle Principal Perception of the T-PESS Bob Gorman Texas A&M-Commerce The Impact Outdoor Environmental Educational Learning has on Urban Students' Science Performance Feleciah J. Brown Prairie View A&M Playing a Different Game: The Learning Experiences of Student Athletes Attending Texas HBCUs. Mary Kay Sherman Houston Baptist University Preservice Teachers' Perceptions and Knowledge of Dyslexia and Basic Language Concepts Adrian L. Leday Texas A&M-Commerce A Mixed Methods Analysis of Color-Blindness in Anglo High School Administrators and its Impact on Discretionary Discipline for non-Anglo Students Michael Moore Texas A&M-Commerce A Grounded Theory Study on Teachers' Perspectives about Inclusion Effectiveness Jamie Heintz Benson Sam Houston State University Discipline Assignment Inequities by the Gender and Ethnicity/Race of Grade 9 Students with a Learning Disability John Warner White Sam Houston State University Difference in Out-of-School Suspension Assignments by Texas High School Student Race/Ethnicity LaTracy V. Harris Sam Houston State University Differences in Grade 3 Students' Reading Achievement as a Function of Their Economic Status Shara Beth Schlitzberger Sam Houston State University A Descriptive Analysis of the Most Common Student Misbehaviors for Texas Middle School Students Jeremy Thompson Texas A&M-Commerce Evaluating Educational Efficiency in Texas Schools Utilizing Data Envelopment Analysis Joshua Ham Texas A&M-Commerce A Qualitative Study of Secondary Principals' Perceptions of Their Leadership Role in Blended Learning Environments Judith Webber Texas A&M-Commerce Overcoming Failure: A District's Planning Process for Implementing a New 1:1 Student Device Rollout Dorothy Scrutchin Houston Baptist University Middle School Students' and Teachers' Perceptions of Integrating Social and Emotional Learning Into Curriculum Dr. Drew Howard Tarleton State University Learning Agility in Education Nicole Lewis Texas A&M-Commerce High-Poverty, High-Achieving Schools Wendy Keeton Texas A&M-Commerce The Implementations of Technology Use in Education to Support and Enhance the Learning Process Larry Gajewskey Texas A&M-Texarkana The True Cost of Teacher Attrition: A Correlational Study on Teacher Attrition and Index 2 of the Campus Student Progress Measure Rating. Alexis Gutierrez Texas A&M-Kingsville A Study of an Unprecedented University-Public School Partnership Lacey Rainey Dallas Baptist University The Effects of Standards-Based Grading on Student Achievement: A Correlational Investigation urn Sjerrie Houston Baptist University Teacher's Perceptions Regarding the Influences of Instructional Coaching for Technology Integration