You can access these directly from Dissertations & Theses @ Stanford or from the Searchworks record.If the thesis or dissertation was filed in a digital format (this option was available starting in November 2009) it may not be indexed in the Dissertations & Theses @ Stanford database, but it will be available through a direct link in the Search Works record and from Google. Jessica Levene: “Implementation of Cloud-Computing in a K-12 School District: Early Adoption and Use” (Educational Technology; Dr.
If the student opted for embargo restrictions, some of or the entire dissertation may not be available for up to five years after the submission date.
You can submit a request to view a print copy of a dissertation in the Special Collections & University Archives department (library use only).
The Search Works record will indicate if there is a circulating print copy that you can check out.
You can purchase copies of Stanford dissertations completed before 2010 via UMI Dissertation Express from Pro Quest.
Kimberly Miccichi: “Facilitating Culturally Responsive Classroom Management Professional Development for Novice Teachers in an Urban School” (Curriculum , Teaching, & Teacher Education; Dr. Jonathan Mundorf: “Teaching Reading to a Student with Blindness Using Universal Design for Learning: A Practitioner Inquiry” (Curriculum, Teaching, & Teacher Education; Dr. Sarah Robertson: “Informing Educator Professional Development Based on the School Experiences of LGBTQ Students” (Curriculum, Teaching, & Teacher Education; Dr. Rebecca Shields: “Academic Outcomes and New Literacies Evident during a Digital Storytelling Unit within a Secondary English Class: a Case Study” (Educational Technology; Dr. Soim Shin: “Three Native English-Speaking Teachers’ Construction of Their Identities as Instructors While Teaching in South Korean Secondary Schools” (Language Arts & Children’s Literature; Dr. Celeste Thomas: “Understanding the Successes and Failures of African American High School Boys” (Curriculum, Teaching, & Teacher Education; Dr. Cara Walsh: “Life in School: the Academic Identity Stories of Fifth Grade African American Boys” (Curriculum, Teaching, & Teacher Education; Dr. Richard Busi: “The Effects of Analyzing Student Work and Thinking on Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge and Beliefs: A Mixed Methods Study” (Mathematics Education; Dr. Johanna Kenney: “The Future of Simulations in Allied Healthcare Education and Training: A Modified Delphi Study Identifying Their Instructional and Technical Feasibility” (Educational Technology; Dr. Sherri Prosser: “Teacher Mathematical Identity and Participation in an Online Teacher Professional Development (o TPD) Program” (Mathematics Education; Dr.
Prisca Rodriguez: “The Visual Connection: a Qualitative Study of Fourth and Fifth Grade Teachers’ Use of Visuals Within Technology-Enhanced Curriculum” (Language Arts & Children’s Literature; Dr. Tasha Wells: “A Mixed Methods Investigation of Developmental Math Students’ Perspectives on Successes and Challenges in Math and with My Math Lab” (Educational Technology; Dr. [/accordion] [accordion] Melanie Acosta: “A Culture-Focused Study with Accomplished Black Educators on Pedagogical Excellence for African American Children” (Curriculum, Teaching, & Teacher Education; Dr. Anna Baralt: “Ways Digital Scaffolds Are Used During Collaborative Problem Solving in the Preschool Classroom” (Educational Technology; Dr. Stephen Masyada: “Creating the Citizen: How Social Studies Teachers Understand the Characteristics of Good Citizenship” (Social Studies Education; Dr.
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This guide provides information about locating dissertations and theses, both those completed at Stanford University and those from other universities.