A collection of Capstone Projects submitted by students completing their master’s degrees in the Hamline School of Education. Capstones are the culminating degree work and include research that draws from the student’s formal study as well as professional and personal development. Submissions include a scholarly written description of the project and may include the project artifact (as supplemental file).

Capstone Projects are documented in Digital Commons as a degree completion option, starting in 2017.

See also: School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations

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Capstone Projects from 2017

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Teaching The Language Of A Lab Report: A Guide For Science Teachers, Lori A. Ward

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Developing A Garden-Based Curriculum For Middle School Content Enrichment, Dane Warming

Culturally Responsive Teaching In Fourth Grade Social Studies, Sandra Warren

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How Can An Effective Parent Outreach Program Impact Literacy Achievement And Foster A Community Network At An Urban Charter School?, Anne C. Weisheipl

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Free Voluntary Reading: Enhancing The Reading Component Of Teaching Proficiency Through Reading And Storytelling In An Elementary Spanish Classroom, Elizabeth M. Werner

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Teaching And Understanding Phonemic Awareness And English Learners, Jennifer L. Wold

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Embedding Social And Emotional Learning Into Literacy Instruction, Summer Wood

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Discovering The Learner Profile: An Interactive Read-Aloud Curriculum For K-2 Students In The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme, Dannika Wright

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How Can Students Benefit From Chinese Immersion Schools, Li Zheng