The mission of the Department of Education and Human Development at The College at Brockport is to provide programs that prepare its graduates to meet the highest professional teacher standards for certification in New York State. The department's faculty and staff are committed to preparing graduates who will be agents of change within the larger community and leaders who will promote and advance educational reforms, which improve student learning.

Collected here are honors theses produced by students in Department of Education and Human Development at the College at Brockport.

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Theses from 2017

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Common Core Canon vs Literary Canon: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What Teachers Can Do About It, Emily Siddall

Theses from 2016

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Social Studies Instruction in Elementary Classrooms following NCLB and CCSS, Matty Kuhar

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Mindfulness in Schools: Promoting Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom, Kaitlin Ordiway

Theses from 2015

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Teaching Writing for Students with Learning Disabilities in an Inclusive Classroom Setting: A Curriculum Development Project, Ashley M. Golley

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Digital Literacy in the English Classroom: A Common Core Standards-Based Unit Plan, Austin H. Smith

Theses from 2014

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Video Games and the Classroom: A Learning Connection, Erin St. James

Theses from 2013

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All Work and No Play: A Call for a Movement Toward Requiring Extracurricular Involvement, Charlie Passarell

Theses from 2012

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Peer Interactions: Same-Age Interactions of Students with Developmental Disabilities, Emily Davis

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Gifted Education Program Structures in Erie County: Lake Shore Schools, Jessica Geraci

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Thinking and Learning: Teaching English Language Learners, Jessica H. Kerr

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Social Studies: The Lost Art of Being Social, Teresa Singh

Theses from 2011

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Hands-On or Hands-Off: Effective Elements of Elementary Social Studies Hands-on Lessons, Justin Jackson

Theses from 2010

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Becoming an Adolescence Inclusive Teacher at The College at Brockport, James Eick

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The Integration of Culture into Foreign Language Classrooms, Michael Marcal