Abilene Christian University offers a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teaching and Learning with an Initial Certification track. The fifth-year Initial Certification track is designed for high-performing teacher candidates, allowing them to begin graduate-level courses in their final undergraduate semester at ACU. Students then participate in a year-long clinical teaching placement in high-needs schools and classrooms where they conduct an action research project. Based on their research, the students produce an article-length manuscript they can submit for publication.

For more information about the M.Ed. in Teaching and Learning visit our webpage or contact Dr. Andrew Huddleston andrew.huddleston@acu.edu

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Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Student and Teacher Perceptions of Completing Daily History Entries in a Seventh-Grade Texas History Classroom, Deborah Adams

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Functional Behavior Assessments through the Lenses of a General Education Clinical Teacher, Marissa Clark

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Engagement During Math Small Groups Using the Interactive White Board, Grace Diana Cozby

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The Leader in Me? Understanding Student and Teacher Perspectives of Leader in Me, Summer El-Attrache

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CHAMPS in a Second-Grade Classroom, Amanda Ford

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Motivation: Why are Students Taking Dual-Credit Courses, Chyenne Haden

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Writing in Mathematics to Increase Student Understanding, Ashley Harlan

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Perceptions of Guided Math, Katherine Knox

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Math Stations in a Third-Grade Class: Are They Worth It?, Rachel Perry

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Engagement in Science Instruction in a First-Grade Classroom, Corinne Pretiger

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What Happens When the Seesaw App is Used in a Kindergarten Classroom?, Alison Ryan

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The Emergence of Friendships and Social Groups in Kindergarten, Denae Shake

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Academic, Social and Emotional Perceptions of Gifted and Talented Students in the Elementary Setting, Andrea Trujillo