Permanent URI for this collection


Recent Submissions

Now showing 1 - 2 of 2
  • Item
    Sincerely, My Son and Me: A Narrative Study Proposal on the Factors that Influence the Academic Success of Young Men of Color
    (Florida Southern College, 2022-03) Bryant, Laurie N.
    The purpose of this qualitative narrative study is to explore the self-efficacy from earliest recollections through high school or college for three young men of color who have succeeded academically as seen through the eyes and hearts of their mothers.
  • Item
    The Effects of Human-Animal Interactions in the Classroom
    (Florida Southern College, 2022-03) Pritchard, AmyLee
    A traditional K-12 classroom in the state of Florida may contain 20-25 students and a single teacher. ESE and ESOL paraprofessionals may arrive in the classroom to work with their individual students. Some classrooms may have a class pet like a fish or a hamster. Though research suggests that classroom pets like insects, reptiles, fish, and small mammals such as hamsters support early childhood development and foster social interactions and social-emotional development (Meadan and Jegatheesan, 2010), many districts have outright banned the usage of pets in the classroom.