Ed.D. Dissertations

Ed.D. Dissertations

 
Concordia University’s doctorate degree program is designed to prepare candidates to become transformational leaders in education, ready to make an immediate and long-term positive impact in schools, government, academia, business, and not-for-profit organizations.

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Dissertations from 2017

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The Perceived Needs of Teachers of At-Risk Students, Daniel J. Rushton

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The Impact of Local-Control Accountability Plan Implementation on Long Term English Learners, John P. Sanchez Sr.

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Levels of Teacher Emotional Intelligence in Selected "Beat the Odds" Schools: A Descriptive Study, Nathan L. Schmutz

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The Experiences of At-Risk African American Males in an Online Credit Recovery Program, Marcus H. Scott

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Bridging the Gap: A Phenomenological Study of Interpersonal Relationships to Foster Campus Community Among Nontraditional College Students, Ashvindar K. Singh

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Perceptions and Experiences of White Teachers Teaching African American Students in K-5 Rural Midwest Schools, Tiffany L. Snyder

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The Perceptions of Middle School Counselors on Bullying Preparedness, Vanessa Spears

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Staying Connected: Measuring the Impact of Technology Integration on Student Engagement and Achievement at the Middle Level, Jaclyn M. Swayne

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Teachers’ Perceptions of Professional Development on the Effective Integration of Technology to the Classroom, Natalie B. McPhail Takacs

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Understanding the Public Education Gender Gap Amid Secondary and Central Office Administrators, Danielle L. Taylor

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Parental Workshops and Student Academic Success, Dwain C. Thompson Jr.

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Elementary Title I Teachers Perception of Stress, Burnout and the Impact on Retention, Kelly Thompson

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African-American Males, Part-Time Work, and Persistence, Ami M. Tripp

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Parental Perceptions on the Impact of ADHD Medication Regarding Children’s Inappropriate Behavior and Academic Performance, Amy Vest

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Factors Influencing Teacher Efficacy in a Pennsylvania Juvenile Detention Center Education Program, Rachel M. Weaver

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Dual Enrollment and Rural Alaska: A Qualitative Case Study Examining Student Access and Impact, Corey S. Weiss

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The Impact of Testing Context of Computer-Adaptive High Stakes Testing on the Performance of Elementary Students of Poverty, Curtis R. Wilson III

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A Study of the Effects of Metacognitive Instruction on Reading Comprehension in the Primary Classroom, Sara Wing

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A Phenomenological Study of Six Helping Professionals and Their Experiences with a Persistent Adolescent Suicide Cluster, Bobbi-Jo Woodford

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Differences in Leadership Styles Between Genders: Outcomes and Effectiveness on Team Success, Sylvia Zaal

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The Evaluation of a Chinese-Language Teacher-Certification Program in an East-Coast State, Ning Zhang

Dissertations from 2016

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Interventions Addressing Chronic Absenteeism, James M. Brookins

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A Case Study: Teacher Perceptions of Implementing Reading Interventions, Gina R. Christenson

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Perceptions of Florida Administrators on the Absence of Male Teachers in K-12 Public Schools, Kimberly A. Dunn

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A Case Study of the Impact of Peer-to-Peer Mentoring on Mentors in a Rural High School Setting, Darlene M. Geddes

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Institutional Racism through the Eyes of African American Male Faculty at Community Colleges in the Pacific Northwest, Kimberly Harden

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The Fortuitous Impact of a Cross-Cultural Tutoring Experience on Prospective Teachers' Development Toward Cultural Competency, Carrie Ann H. Kondor

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Tools for Effective Implementation of Response to Intervention in the Elementary Classroom, Tonia Y. Manning

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Supporting Anti-bullying in Church Environments- A Program Evaluation Study, Trisha Wetzelberger