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 2019

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"A Necessity For Social And Emotional Learning In Kindergarten The Teaching Of Self-Regulation Through Literacy", Kirsten M. Pinkerton

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The Implementation Of Plant-Based Diets In Lower-Income Public Schools, Jesse Rock

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Rural Community-Based Organizing For Social Change, Alexandria V.S. Romano

Nihil De Nobis, Sine Nobis: Teaching Minnesota American Indian Literature, Kaitlin Salter

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Creating Intrinsic Motivation To Read In Middle School Students, Steven Jeffery Schaeppi, Jr.

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Reconnecting Young Children With Nature For Healthy Growth And Development, Suzanne Schiffman

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Implementation Of Standards-Based Grading In Secondary Settings, David Schreiner

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Literacy Strategies For Secondary Social Studies Classrooms Website, Rachael Shaner

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Incorporating Linguistic Analysis and Processes into English as a Second Language Instruction, Signy Kirsten Sherman

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"Digital Strategies And Tools To Increase Information Literacy In Ninth Grade Students", Melissa Simmons

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Trained Home Literacy Program And Its Advantages In Pre-Kindergarten Through First Grade, Zachary Singleton

Connecting Culturally And Linguistically Responsive Protocols To Language Learning In A Third-Grade French Immersion Classroom, Isabelle Skoog

Supporting Mainstream Teachers In Educating English Language Learners At The Secondary Level, Qurina Slayhi

Developing A Science Curriculum For Beginning Language Learners, Jacob Smith

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Nature Play For Urban Elementary Preschoolers: Benefits To Their Development And Connectedness To The Environment, Sharon Smith-Lossiah

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Content Specific Math Instruction To Improve English Language Learners' Comprehension Of Comparison Math Word Problems, Abigail Snyder

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Creating A Website That Provides Classroom Teachers With Resources And Tools To Develop A Language-Rich Classroom, Elodie Sontgerath

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Working With Hispanic Learners: Information And Strategies For Educators, Katie Stalberger

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"Entering And Continuing The Journey In The Classroom: Personal Explorations, Professional Learning And Cultivating Emotional Resilience", Jillian Stockmo

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How Educators Can Utilize Culturally Responsive Teaching To Enhance Personalized Learning Opportunities In The Secondary Classroom., Christina J. Strey-Wells

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How Place-Based Education Increases Student Interpretation Of Minnesota'S Landscape And Geologic Processes, Jessica Strom

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Seeing Through The Racist Smog: With A Reading Curriculum Based On Culturally Responsive Teaching And Warm Demander Pedagogy, Maren Swann

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The Lost Boys: An Exploration Of The Male Gender Gap And Its Causes, Derek Swart

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The Lost Boys: An Exploration Of The Male Gender Gap And Its Causes, Derek Swart

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CREATING A NATURE-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL CONNECTION TO AT-RISK EBD STUDENTS IN A SELF-CONTAINED CLASSROOM, Timothy L. Thayer