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 2018

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Creating A Data Structure Of Culturally Relevant Literature For Use In Middle School, Courtney Ramirez

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Strategies Teachers And Families Can Use To Support Home Language Maintenance For Early Elementary Students, Anastasia Redemann

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Utilizing NWEA Map Data To Create Scaffolded And Differentiated Instruction That Advances Student Mastery Of Literary Standards And Deepens Student Understanding Of Literary Texts, Jane Reinhardt

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Implementing Tier I And II Fluency Based Interventions In An Elementary Classroom, Shelley Rhein

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Involvement In Extracurricular Activities And Overall High School Experience: Academics, School Belonging, And Career/College Readiness, Michael Richards

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Inquiry-Based Professional Development: How Did The Activities In The Mississippi Rivers Institute Affect Participant Confidence In Teaching Environmental Education?, Sara Robertson

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Improving Reading Comprehension And Oral Proficiency Through The Use Of Literature Circles, Glorimar Rodriguez

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Secondary Teachers Should Expose Rural Readers To Books That Are Culturally Different Than The Student'S Personal Choice, Sarah Roiger

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Movement And Mindfulness In The Kindergarten Classroom, Kylie Rosenthal

Incoporating Functional Chunks Into The Spanish Language Classroom, Sarah RuizMichels

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How Can Student Learning Be Improved Through Project Based Curriculum That Gives Access To All Students?, Joseph Salzer

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Building Comprehension In Fifth Grade Students Using Guided Reading., Erica Schiebel

Impact Of Interdisciplinary Literacy Instruction On Student Achievement, Suzanne Schlichte

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"Combating Student Apathy: Helping Teachers Create Autonomy-Supportive Classrooms That Foster Motivation And Higher Achievement", David Schlotfeldt

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How Can Guided Math Techniques Be Integrated Into A Third Grade Multiplication Unit?, Erin Schmidt

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Increasing Target Language Input For L2 Students: Stategies For Success In Classroom-Based Language Acquisition, Katie Schmidt

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Equitable Access To Education For Adult English Language Learners, Colleen Schmitt

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An Exploration Of Portfolios As An Alternative Assessment To Standardized Testing, Carolyn Schmitz

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The Benefits And Challenges Of Integrating Self-Assessed Grading Into A 7th Grade Math Classroom, Michael Schramm

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A Curriculum And Instruction Resource For Teachers Of Low-Literacy Adult English Language Learners: Incorporating Reading Standards Foundational Skills For Low-Literacy ESL, Mya Shaftel

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Helping The District’S Latino Families Become More Independent In Accessing Online Tools Provided By The School District, Leticia Stabrino

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Teaching Julius Caesar With Differentiated Instruction: A Curriculum Unit Approach, Will Stackhouse

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Promoting Effective Language Development In English Language Learners Through A School Garden-Based Curriculum, Krista Steffen

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What Are The Elements Of A Strong Rationale To Support The Development And Creation Of A Rain Garden In My School District?, Amanda Sterna

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"Teaching Social Studies Content Vocabulary Words To Middle-School English Learners: Vocabulary Strategies For Sheltered Instruction And Mainstream Classroom, Bradley Storm